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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 27, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FUIDAY, 1'EURUAUY 27, 1911 THE LETHKRJDGi: DAU.V II K It A PAGE FIVE FASHIONABLE 1252 VATIONAL BASEBALL COMMIS- SION MAKES CHANGES IM AGREEMENTS York, Tlic1 Natural rounnissie-n (i-day spin a! Eiuporlanl chjtigrs in its t-linJi- tc.-i uiadc to romplv with Uic atm- merit .revenilv reai-licd with the I'lai- l-'rateiiiity. IJule :tU lias been "A ina.'or IIMSTLK.- lt'asc'd uulriidil agreement lo player i.ul r surJir an upU dub in Glass have been hrst hitu as provided in mle 29 uiiil jilaycr has littu teiulrred tu all Class -A A clubs at ;i prire fiol Ui tu-nvl and, ji such ictcasc lit- In u i-lub below Class A, tu all UJM: A dubs at :i price not to exceed AC." These iiLTordiug (u Scvrc- '1a.ry John A. Jlevillcr oi the nl inc.in that no player will leave one major league unless tti Ihe olber major league have liai! op to procutt him also, that 'plater cannot- be ideated to LI league oi louer classification unless ull intermediate lemurs have, hem given a chance to get him. The HCW rules go into eSci'l inniic- dialehv ROSTERS INTERNATIONAL FOOTBALL TEAMS tsuckey ;i gooil JJMMY GARDINER tfr of the Montioal t'a CtHiii, Las j iinuingcr (Ills Keaton. London, Ke.U arc Ilio international frfteer.s lo represent 'Ireland und Scotland tn tbo Hugby i match hi lie played tonsorroiv at Queens' Cot- Forelcr, Derry. M. IJ. Mineh, Ucclhc H. Jacfc- Wanderers; M. K Qninn, Dub- lin, Untverslly; A. Lloyd, Urcr- .'Wanderers; MacXamara. Cork; Collopy, Uectivo Rangers; V. Kiileen, Carry Owen; MY. Tyroll, Queen's College, fielfaat; 0 Con nell, Ucctive Rangers; OUT Wesley; Parrt Tay- lor, -Belfast; and Dowse, Mpnkstown, Wallace, Cam- LENGTHY MEET WILL COME TO CLOSE MARCH NUMBER uarex, Mrs ico, It -has brvn Kcttlfil tnat llic .lot-key Cluli Jinrcz meeting ivitl wind up Sunday, Mau-h 23, u-hii-li will a iota! of racirif; days tlic can i-oursn this svinii-r, This hreaks nil records in coatin- iis racing so as tin's great lanl is concerned, as the number os previously held at (he winter held last season. The srasun a( Juarez in hctc >vas 109, opening racing ran ge University; Cambridge University: Glasgow; Scoblc Itojal -Military: A. Hospital; C. lloulc. Wiitsofi- irtus; Mlleroy. Walaonians: 01. Rain, Oxford University: U. MaxweEl, Kdtabnrgh Aratlcmlcals; M'emyss, GaJa: Uning. Uoyal nigh fic-hool; Ureenoct poiinld, Oxford Univer- friiy and U. Turner, old DE PALM A WINNER Kfllph He Palnia won the Vanderlillt cup at Santa Mon- ica yesterday, beating Darn- cy Gldflelrl by a minute. FRED WERNER, FANCY Werner a very poplar cflidcnt skater. -He is -.veil known as one of the roreiiiu-i skaters iii the world, hftviaj; given exhibitions at almost-every link ir. I sS? Lnpt reason Mr. Werner tii gaged-by tari iirey tuauEg Ciiib in Montreal, ar.d recently, itad lit-'honor of e'oachicg the Royal party. about tiie general interest ratten in tlie Ire sport in this ccurmjv he- shovtd- his'Eiirjirise ihat" figuiu pyatlcj; has not been tnure under; S TYLE in Printing is just as portant ancl just as pronounced as is style in dress. What the Idlest styles in clothes mean to the well- dressed woman, the latest type-faces and decorative material mean to the well conducted print-shop. CJ If you would be known as a user of the "real up-to-clate which typifies the latest thought in artistic expression-- let us serve you.. MATTY LEAVES TO JOIN GIANTS AT MARLIN SPRINGS Confident of Coir.Enn to Terms Wit FMrtir.g With the FederaFs." FNDIAN THORPE Has Developed Into a Great E-all Player, Writes McGraw for, S2 racing days, while, in 1JUO- 1911 the mcctint; ran 107 days. In J 91 1-1 91 3 it covered a yerioil oi 102 racing days. will have heen :eld 515 raciac ilavs here, ami in Hi perioil more than races will j have been urn on, ami niorc than a! million dollars distributed among in slaves aati" purtes -i ivori by inet'nlier.s ot tljeir. stables. The last stake run' off lieie (his sca- :a is the Kuprein'o for- tiic 2-ycar-olds, and ercnt is set to be decided Sunday, .Match 15. AngoiGs. Feb. 20. Ciiristy! Matlicwson. the tISfint .star who has been oftered. tho bctth of manaeer of the Federal lyn club, le'i here- today for- Marlhi thu spriug training tanip of the York lie carrlciil with nis tract to jilay -n-iih tbe and while reiterating his intention'lo con- si-Jer the Federal ofi'er, declared vlie v.-as confiilent of- cmuing to ternis uiUi the. National lea- j j New York. Ft-lj. ing to a letter wiatli John Kos- ler-j of tlie CSants, received to- day from .McGraw, in Barorie with (he worEd'd tour- ins baM Ty Cobu ami the otber star HoMers of tlie big leagues will hnre 10 look Lethbridge Herald Job Dept. 1 Makers of High-Class Kiisiness Stationery, Sf The meeting will thus run week of seven days, alter ilic [jig feature race is decided. full final EXHIBIT DOGS WORTH MILLION Most Valuable Collection Ever Housed U.Ttier Ons Roof Benched lor New York Show Jtff Tesreau, another-Oiant pitch- Jim Thoipfr. ihc bij; Car- lisle Indian Memcrr of.tiio team getd into action on '.the diamond. McGraw in gest tern-.s of Thorpe, com- Tnendiiig his anilities in a way OTFIGIAL COMMUNICATION BETWEEN U. S. AND MEXICO Villa Expects American Press to Attack Him Harshly Feb. coinmunio.itioii ihu nieni of tnu Suited States and tlu- iiead of the Couslimtionalisi sovnrn- iu Mexico, General Carranza, [was oimiied today for lljc time, FO fur as known, when Keerelary Hry- er, aiEo left for Marlin Springs, today. i-J- that should convince the most nnd a directly to Ilo likewise h.is buen offered a skeptical liial the ir.dian will C'arranxa... -who is iu Xoanles, en route ;il Ijtrfli was tiuotfcd as saving to-. prove a valuable man lo llie :to Cliibuahna, Secrt-iary Bryan de- day iliat he vvouKt janic bascKan if llie fiianla (lid not .V Xew Yortc Xalio-.ials. clir.eil to say whether it related tn the killing of liie Englishman, I Villa gnvfi nut I'IR. following YACHT.RAGE OPEN THE NATIONS i, It cNTRIES FROM ALL OVER WORLD FOR REGATTA AT PANAMA- PACIFIC EXPOSITION San Francisco, .Cat., Feb. -New Zealand Yacht Squadron of Auckland. N.2. (he Hoyal club of Gotlsenberg. Swetltn and the Sea- Wanhalia Corinthian Yacht club of York. Orest Uritain .w'lf. of course, br> Yot-k, Keh. valued it more than wero bench- ed today at Ihe Uratiil Ctntral Pal- ace at the thirty-eighth annual ol the Westmfiisler Kennel club. U tlio tuost valuable collection of does ever hoiked under one roof and represents the blood in Ameri- can and Knropean breeding Tn all nearly dogs are on exhib- ition. lion of Ben Ion. -lint I tlirf uot any other remedy Eo new at- tempt? of the IleurlaiFts who protected by ibf- of tlieir country, believe they are authorized to commit the greatest of lUMiton nt! liis life a ciiminaf of the worst kind. In tlie times of Tarr.i7.-is and Creel, protected by these ir.cn, li killed more than fo.ir men vflthout any Tiien nfit-r the taking of in common jwilli the above namerl iTnlfviUunla ami King Georges to the InvJtRtlpns sent out by." represented M" Sir Thomas J.ipton's the yachting bureau of tht> Panama- entry. A local syndicate is building Pacific International Kxitosition for a boat to represent this city. This an international regatta lo be held regatta, which ivM be for Fulling here from April to 24, UUn, Inclna-: yachte, will bo held under !V.s ivc, are being received from all over pices of. tlio exposition and valuable nwcrUing to bis ov.n UP the it .was announced ioday. j cup's will be offered as trophies. inore limn head of Among the wliich The iiresirtont. of the States ]cattle uhicb did no; belong to him, Iiavo vrttlcn for full nartlculara ofjlias offered a nip for llie winner of land furthermore tlie day he came to iiifi rcgaltn aie the Imperial St." Pel- j tlie 1-00 meters race to he (mown j BCC attemjitcd lo kill For- Yacht cliib, tbe Aiiftro-Hun-j as the "Prethk-nt CUD." Sou- j lunatcjy. I auticipatoil iila movement Jmuerial and Hoyal Yacht' vciitrs bo all coiniielius ilisannpd him. All motives. of Kola, Auftlra. the Hoyat I ynrlils by the exposilion. JO KING GEORGE NAVY PLUG TOBACCO IS IN A CLASS BY ITSELF! It surpasses all nthers in and flavour because ihc process oy which it is made from is deli- ciously and non-irritaling. SOLD EVERYWHERE: I0c A PLUG ROCK CITY TOBACCO Co, Manufacturers, QUEBEC HOPPE AVERAGES POINTS SeaU Sutler, 500 to '.60 In final Block, Averaging 50 for the Single Night Chicago. Keb. WIHKi lloj'pc doferiU-d Snlton Jn the Last block of llielr ISOfl point IS. 2 lixtk line billiard lonrnamcnl, .riOO to 1 C9J Jnnki n K Ui o 1 score UOO to 734. IIoiipc'n grand average was Rultoti'F 2S 6-2ii. average tonieut was orpotieut averaging 17 Score by iioppo--no. is, lie. 27. II. 3, Tola! oQfl. 15, Sv. 0, H, H, 1, 0, 7. TOIH] 16P. The. liall -vas sllll In Ilopvc> play list nlslit when ho reacHcd the ;i1ay tonight with a run ot croi11tinK him with H 20 "i run. AMERICAN ALTITUDE RECORD IS BROKEN Snn UfoKu. Oai., fell. Amcr- ica'n nllLlndc record, nintle by Lleuf. II. IV Coat In iila rortint fatnl Hlght at Norlli lalnnd. wa.i broktn wlipn Theoiloro aviation hiplrufctor. asctudcd lo the height of 1-.1W feet roll's refotd was 12.120 fof't, Ttin was made in nine tniinileg n sorioa Llont. L. P.. (inndlcr, tif the K'irft AITO co n -P. rct.iTF t n I ins I b o A ero ol cnlil loTiisbl lliat MacL'nuIay's rctonl., shind. and e-cpcfinHj' the last msmcd, forced me to act severely against lienton without taking into tho fact that hf was a foreigner. Hut tliero Liro crfmes 1 do not cirls leavft unjnuilsliPil. Tjcivforc, UNDER TWO FLAGS .Misrs .Io5ie Collins in her dressing room. Tlicre wns :i strike of cliorus ;nm (o stve nn accdijht UK: execution to the entire world, I'Jcase I inakn thp nlovo declaration lo Mr. JCarctliois ;ind to the pfrss." ru.il near riot on the stupe of the Princess Theatre, Toronto, re- cfiitiy during tlic ferfortnaitci! oT tht? "Xipgfcld Thery ia scene where Die United Stntrs ilng is down very Miss Collins, who is IJrilUh born and bred, insisted rvix-ii she played to nil audience on Hrllish ?oil tlmt ti-.o LIrithli be displayed. Miss Ccilltis is Je.idintr lady nitd Ijei1 wlfh was complied c! ion is S'rls. miU. io the- j niidille of thi- performance and luo show was conclutleJ for Uiu cvcuitig with 1 I a [id for tlip remainder of the week the Union -lack wag displayed lo- lyclhcr Old Glory, and everybody scomcd satisfied. Nole Hie together Miss Calling. fVoni plioto lakvn after the flag inci- dent in To mil I o. GOWANS rSiavgr-d with ulio vns lacklril by i Mrp. IVnlon in iin-tmnio In Tor- onto, ant! aflcr a, ans only to lie chafed for "0 minutes by Ihe btfore liehig -rnjitiirrrt. la wfinti-il in many cillci (or thc s.itno offence. Those Who Rely on the great lioma remedy which ho3 proved its power to relieve safely and Speedily the minor ailments arising fern uefcctiv-e or irreg-uiar action of the organs of digestion, find themselves spared hours of suffering and able to ward off tko. attacks of serious BEECHAM'S PILLS never disappoint those who them, They help the digestion, stimulate the liver, clear the kidneys and regu- late (he bowels. By purifying the blood they increase cheerfulness and creates confidence. As actions depend on health and strength, 'those who know Beecham's Pills Enjoy Life ;