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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 19, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THE^BTHBHiD^je DAILY e R A L D 'I*''�'""�"^'^^'^'^^^ '"4 1^1 4 till IA ORGftNe BASEBALL IS DEFENDING ITSELF AUGUST HERRMANN TELLS AIM OF MOGU4.8--DOQ TRADE DENIED OF Chicago, Jan. 18.-OrganlMd baseball, taking todaf its' iirat inning In its latest contest wit/h tl� Fed�rai league, denied through affidavits ol its leading reptesentativeis, that it violates the anti-trust laws, declared its purposes and-workings are for the. henefit oE the hall player instead ol for his injury, and\ charges its accuser with doing some very, things complained 61 in the suit. A general answer to the Fedetal league's charges is made in the affidavit signed by August Herrmann, as chairman ot the national commissicii. The av6wed purpose ol th� national league, at its organization In 1876, was, he says, as follows : "To immortalize baseball as the national game of. the United States. "To sufroimd it with such safeguards as to warrant absolute public oonfldence in its intagrity and methods. � "To protect and promote the mutual interest ol professional baseball and professional ball players. "To establish and regulate the pro-tcssiottal baseball championship of .this league." BRESNAHAIv DENIES CHARGE In one of the affidavits, Roger P. Bresuahan, manager oi the Chicago Nationals, flatly demied the assertion contained' in one of the affidavits filed in support of the Federals suit that he, while manager of the St. Louis Nationals, traded Booth Hoppor, a pitcher, for a Wrd dog. Bresnahah tells with much detail of , meetinR Hopper in Tennessee while on a hunting trip and of trying out the pitcher on a training trip and of seeing the dog which he admired very much. The dog belonged to Hopper, the affidavit declares, and WaS oHcretJ by the rtwner to Bresnahan. "The statement that I traded Boot?i Hopper for a bird dog is an absolute falsehood i and I vwouM suggest that Booth Hopper be communicated with on' this matter as he can verify this tatement. ' , Bresnahan claims the dog was' given ,to faim as a Sif* not as a trade. ALL. TOGETHER IN tHE N ATIONAL'^ HOCKEY = 'A880^ A thrilling; race lSJ'�oins onin the National Hockey association. The Wanderers and Ottawas are tied for first place and Quebec and the Ontarlos are not far behind. The standing: W. 1/. , F. A. Wanderers . , 5 3 54 ' �il Ottawa;... . . 5 27 28 Quebec ... . . "l 38 c 27 Ontarlos .. . .� 4 3 29 26 rorontos ,.. O 4 17 31 Danadiehs .. . 0 7 27  30  big mill, arranged today tn   ,rue is more entitled to the match with the champion than any other man iti that division,?' said Fitzgerald tonight, "and. his victories over. Welsh and White at - the G-arden are certainly enough evidence that he is the most formidable of the contenders." FRANK PATRICK SAYS "NO SURRENDER" TO HATED EASTERNERS Vancouver; B.C., Jan. 18.-Frank Patrick, president of the iPacific Coast league, stated today that he would under no consideration discuss a compromise with the N.H,A. in the Smith case. "We put it up to the arbitrator with the consent of all parties, and under the agreement were expected to accept his award. The N.H.A. violated the agreement when they refused to (part with Smith and the coast league will stick by its guns and conduct its own affair's In future," declared the coast ofildlal today. BOUT AT MONTREAL �MQBtreal, Que., Jan. 18.-Johnny r'Lore, "the fighting Irishman", from New, York, defeated Max Lustig, also from the "United States metropolis, in, a ten-round, bout'before the Canadian Athletic club. I^ore outpointed Lustig in five rounds and>fought a^draw In two. The others . were conceded � to Lustig. Both taen fought hard^ but clinched and closed in?fretjuently. TuOTR, In. stand-up ho.ving, had the edge, but' when they closed Lustig had the advantage. They - are light% weights. . � The Federal League Claims to Have Oraganization Worth $3,000,000 iiil "How much money has been invested in the Federal it stands, today 7" was a question put to Pre--Bident ttilmore of the Inderal- lea-; �"6- "Oh, I .should, roughly estimate the finances,' including parks, players and all tangible assets, such as experi-eucc, which caiiiehigh, at $3,000,000;", ,was his answer. ' , ;' "Well, whiit is the ultimate tym of your conferers ?". was another question asked. � "Recognition as a major league is what we are after," said Gilraore.. "Recognition' with territorial rights. 1 always have favored' peace, but: I want to tell you, honestly, that there never yet has been the slightest chance a! a peace pact being signed: All that peace stuff just before the Omaha meeting was tommy rot. "We are ready to talk peace on our terms-not organized baBeball-s: HoWr ever, we are prepared to fig/ht for our rights and' I think wo are^well equipped fof the battle. We have the finances and the fighters, and sooner or later we will invallo New York ^Ith a modern plant. There is more tl�an one millionaire in our circuit: A^-rl said, we have over $8,OO0iO0O invested. "Now, can you picture, in your wildest dreams, us, quitting 7 "Baseball is precarious business these days. I'hftve.heen told by organized baseball time without mrai-: ber that we are doomadi but ! wouldn't* today . trade places .with either 'of al,.1|rpm ^the O. B; CIJ'CUll.  { ^ '"r , 'JW_e, havciteeng^henedj imnwaaur. a'ply.. while,>you/oanit^9enj^ ^tltftXthf I'OX^J:^ circjats'have wealwuied 'e>cpl*ine^^Gllmw:>;55?'�^^ (CHICAGO BASEBALL MANAGER DENIES TRADING PLAYER FOR HUNTING DOG-.MERELY A GIFT :-"-.-5'�te^*SS32:3&; 7 ROGER BRESNAHAN r,;. (Roger Bresnalian, manager of the Chicago Nationals. ie charged by the Federal League rbefore the United States courts with-ibartering a baseball player for a hunting dog. Bresnahan-denies, .the charge and says tlie dog was a gift and was not taken In ex'. Also tlin First Episode of the X Grea'est Story ever told by;the fe'W>^ Movies: '^.^ ^^'AtHE LIFE OF ZUDORA. v -^jy THE MIRROR ., Vrr B�� A. H.,o in Zador.. Thuli*,. 3>/a Mutual IVJovie; a Brkma._ Mr'�Gre>ieitPhatopUy ,F�mou8 Koyetgne Comedies, L.', -fc �..........��. Maroncrlte Sbhw u Zudnra in Zudoiaf Tn�nhoufer'� Great�tt Ttiotaiihy 1 EMPRESS 1 JftaMn The Home of The Famous Players Kil^F aess Wednesday and' TliUTsday I The Ait0ms0Xy Four Parts. This is the Second of the.I'aiiHOTi^^Players tl:Ii^Theatre. These pictures axe the lamousvParamountBptur^s. hit Medical Health Officer Says Many Parents Wish Their Children to Contract Measles CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE .;m!Av PH. ^lotlai UliuaH AO QHVOa from south of the hue. In the above cases the most energetic quatamtine measures were taken and the city is to be congratulatod upon the happy results. I again call your attention to the fact that during the months up to the closing of the schools the contagious dises&es of' ohildren are in evidence. In' June wlien the schools arc closed'not a single case shows up, .but when the schools open in September these diseases- instantly appear, a^he natural supposition must bc.ithat heads- of'ffamilies do not re^ pc^rt but deliberately conceal cases - .The Children's ^eltcr came .m lor! and .allow children from the house to considerable. di-scussion. The govern- attend sdiool. Besides, it has the. advantage ooparti ig eential for Scots and Saiss-.''"O"^" raent. compels every city of 10,000 or over to mam a chi drcn's shelter, and a probation ollicur, and as ,the recent census showed the population otTjeth-bridge to be lO.WQfithcre is no way of getting out of it. Dr. Conybeare saidhe would likc" tb' see the city pruned down to below 10;000, but the mayor reminded him that this would be conniving. The assessment department wasthe next to receive a shell of fire, .but the only item questioned was that of telephones, .$42. Mr. Lloyd thought the'assessor cnuld >use- the treasurer's phone, and Dr. Galhraith didn't see why the assessor needed a phone/ at all. The board ot healthgcv; the searchlight next, but thft:pruniiiK hook stiU remained sheathed. .' ' STREET LIGHTING It-was the same .with the finance department, and. the utilities ; al- of being enachs take almost, an e^ual interest in the final. REG IN A A N D M OOSE � JAW TO PLAY GAME' OVER Reglna, Saak., .lau. IS.-Word has been received m Regina. that; Moose ,Taw has won Us protest of the hockey game on January 8. Reglna won this game by one goa'l and Moose ,7aw claimed one of the scores was made on an offside. The league mcguls decided in their favor, and the game must be replayed. JACK DILLON PUT IT  OVER' PORKY. FLYNN. New york,.N.y., .Ian: IS;-Jack Dillon of ludianapolis,: administered a bad ibeating to Porky Flynn of Boston in a ten round bout in Brooitiyn. 'Di'iloii had the better of every round, the Boston heavyweight helng knocked through the ropes in the fourth, the bell saving him from-beiuif counted out.. Dillon wolgod 175% and ^\ynn 193 pounds. SHUiiRUE TO BOX RIVERS New York, N.Y., Jan. 18.~Joe Shu-BTue and, Joe HiveiB. were today matohedto box-at Milwaukee on Jai\^ uarjr;' 39ii' hi answer 4o a wire?;from Frank .Mulkern, the local' promoter, Pete . Fltigerald, * Shugrue's' manager, today wired .:-that �?hia ?; ternis.were- � guarantee of JSOOO.-wlth a privilege of 80 per; cent, of -the (rec^lptSj iwhlch were' accepted. ' KELLEV NEW YANK'SCOUT? � New  York, N.Y.; . Jan. 18.-Joe Kelley, manager of-the Toronto olub Of the International league, probably will .succeed'Arthur Irwin, as, scout for the New.York AmericSns.^lt was stated here tonight',' Kelley 'conferred "during the dayliwlth the Yanlieesr owners and 1iranager.AVllllBm'B^^^^ ' CQOMB^ GOES TO BROOKLYN ' ,;;'^'^^^!eine,:^'^SwSV::Sahv^^ P90,nibs,*{oi(5Bir ^tcher^ otJ;'.pifila4^i Eoveral suggestions were made, nothing Avas cotisummated. Aleck. OQlmson -wanted to know, if the streat;.lighting coHlii not be curtailed. The mayor rciili^d'^af this wjis con-traTy to  Mr.. Johnston's attitude when. North i..eLhbr)dee wanted the cluster lights, and'that Mr. Johnston did not kiiov/^yhat he was talk-iiip; about, or words to that effect. Mr. Johnston said-he did Ifnow what hcvwas talking aljout, and that the cluster lights on 13th street were out -half' the night and- lit, half the day. Commissioner Rcid said that the only place.the siJeetlishting could be curtailed-with impunity, was on the cluster lights on ..;3rd .avenge, Fifth street; ,4th.. avenue, i,and in. Gait park. They niight bs cutm half, but if other lights wore cut out, the citizens would raise a.howl. Those present at the meetm? were: Messrs. G. R. Marnoch, A. J. Black-burne. Dr. Galhraith, A. Johnston, Lewis Moore, A. Lamesfeldi H. Jow-ott, e. F. P. Conybeare, K.C.^. A. M., Marshall,. Wm.-Lloyd, City Clerk Steven, City Solicuor Ball, and Commissioners Hardie,. Grace and Reid. -Thc.i flcxt meeting" 'Will be held on Wednesday night. ' �Mayor Haraic brought, up the question-"of taxing the .church properties in rthB^city; as assovirce of:possible Toven.tje,;.'receiving * considerable sup-^ port 'from vinous .�quarters. Th? mat^' 'tiei;*wa8'Sdiscussed-it>length, but ade-: icision was not reached. OLD COUNTRY .^RUGBY:  / .. SATURDAY'S GAMES Bath (1. Oauadlan Battalion 6., i Northern Union League �Broughton Rangers.,13, Wakefield Trinity 3. ' Ss,th� siribStMCOiiljaEioiis' rdl all. - Simply vhi^nfe^wpeople i/haye^'.ja: terror bf' it. Sfeariet'"fever for the reason �that.^peqpfl.feiMread; Jilt,.seldom gets beyond bounds but. the'-mild-diseases are, a�thorn 'm..*the fleshvof any health departmenk Parents- do - not-jfear - them, f do not call m-a^; physician,^ no;.report, is made � anwill comr' pare t^VWablj^ wi^li the be^t in,'the' Dom'mion. ' //p',' thti senses but is- not : cpnduotye' 'to:; dis^ ease, the establishments, -of��"iBltraifeiioSi^ beds will rectify this^ . Be Ice : The ice .-supply o!i�J914.wa^ duly inspected as gathered iin,; >,The fact-that the department reeeiyed'rno complaints should .prove' idmt' it must have been' a' satisfactoryi^article;-...',; : 'The birth.rate 'asfijeported : 1914i 395 , 191,3, 231 (This shows � very, gratifying increase). , , . ' , ; Deaths,- 1914; 155';^^9i3:,^�1^9,-;(Tl^�i; city is to he congratula'ted';up6n?itll(l lessened mortality) 5 't-/|r^ ^^:Mirriages,.. 1914; *23l-;l:r^ the report of� the .government inspector on some::of,:(iurvcow. barns that they wei:e not :;Up..'.1�';'the: government standard we ,'vfei;e.' unable to put in force, the itubfi'culinvj'*-"'^ ' I hope, however,.to'arraniB',i;.hi,s ter satisfactorily WhMH'*affi,'.ffi^ tawa. - - .^^ 1,^' ' Thanking you gentlemen.. lot^;;';[i maiincr in �vvhict you have- awfejit^d and .acted .upon.'most of;my sli^Sr tions ..lud focithe uniform icourtesy. I have experience at your'^ihahds;jiv:-jf; have ithe Jionor to he, Your obedient servant, � / L. G. DeVeber.i^^ -.V,.:-.-....-,-, M.'H'; O; �Si Jn,:France 12.4 of the. labor >unions SKATINO T i m , Ffont DiNTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE ' w from flead-CoIds. Splend^; "^i .CREAM FOR CATARRH ' OPENS UP NOSTRILS, " 'ion!^Mifi^;PiQts|it f In, one minute your clogged noslrllS&i Several times the .Patricias Mi, /ill-opeJi, the air-.'passages' of y^^^^?''K the Gerinans- T aMroa^y -'^ opened a rapid flrejmto the'^'dajto" i5vv:ere"rbugh'^^ /i�(i-.;fiapefef l)4ti#t^^^ will head will dear" and you can breatl^efel freely.^ -No more hawking; snuffling;* Wowing, headacheifd^YMesB. No;'BtTUg='. gllng for breath at night; youri.cold' Oi'-'Ctttarrh w'lH be gone.' ~ ' G^t xa 'sm^ll bottle of Kly's tiTjeam Balm xfrom your, druggisttno.w, ply a little of this fr?Brant(vantl �"^feeysijEsM-" ^aeep; concealed cavities into whiChf jthe-men plunged up -toitheir chests� water. . ....... , ... ... ,. J .'The Gaiiadians took .up, their po8| !ti6hs .'Without lights,^ the; oommaiMi . -^eing whispered along the, line, So|np9tillng, p^netwites i ofjthej'head,' **mu^ou ;