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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 16, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta T HE L B T H BRIDGE DAILY HERALD PACE THRU 10RIURED BY Sutfiy Ssiiool Supt. Tells Reliewd TOMKTO, Oct. MS. "I have lived in this cilyfor more than 12.years and sm woll known. iufftrei from Rheumatism, especially in my jnknds. I a lot of money without'any good results. 1 havo taken ''Fruit-a-tlves" for 18 months now End pleased to fell you tint lam well. All the enlargement has not left my hands; perhaps never will, but the soreness is' all gone and T am do any kind of work. I have gained 35 pounds in ahrhteen months." K. A. WAUGH. SOc. a box, 6 Jor f 2.60, trial size 25c. Atail dealers or direct from ITruit-n-tivcs limited, Ottawa. NATIONAL FIVE TEAM SIMON-PURE AMATEUR LEAGUE ORGANIZED-PAID AND RINStRS BARRED Cardston, Aita., May ances for baseball around-here up to the present tlmo have been discour- agIiiB. but now the future Is bright. Yestorday .representatives, from_ Jive wards of the Alberta stake, met in conference and ,'eague to consist' of 'Ive'tewns, _- Iv Cardston First Ward, care Second ward, .Leavitt, Beazer Mountain View. Free Gamo and INDICATIONS POINT TO AGREE- MENT BETWEEN- MAJOR AND FED LEAGUES New York, N.Y.. June dove ree The unique and admirable feature of this leaene J. that will be seen by the, public free of c aree. Each team and its supportcnywlll fin- anco HsCIf by other means than gate receipts. It Is strictly, w amateur or- ganization, and no-paid players 01 payers from outside towns will be allowed to take part. Each team will furnish the committee with their in- Itial line-up, and this group of players be expected to play the entire series without cSan.e. except where absolutely unavoidable. Play for Trophy The meeting dsilded that each ward has- suited as follows: President, Harry C. Lee; ton. president, .1. W. Low; see- rotary, 8. H. Nelson; Allen, George Parker and Dell Beazer. Schedule of Gam. The schedule whijh is drawn up so fur follows: Second Ward Cardeton At Leavitt June 20, at Beazer July 6, at Mountain View July 24, and at Card- ston First Ward. July 1. _ Leavitt team: At Cardston second Ward July 2, at Ueazer July 24 at Mountain View July 10, at Cardstou First Ward July 14. Beazer At Cardston Second Ward AUBUSI 7, at 'Leavitt July 31, at Mountain View July -1, at Cardston First Ward July 10. Mountain View team: At Second Ward July 81, at Leavitt July 17 at fleazer June 20, at Cardston Sec peace slowly Is descending and soon will rest on the Sixty more days, and, if nothing un- foreseen the Feds and or- ganUed 'baseball will be taking a few Inhales from Uie same pipe of peace and buying each other some champagne. There are some wbo are still skepti- cal about the probability of peace, but it they will only analyze tbe events .that have transpired during the past eix weehi, they will not be skeptics any -loaver. No Jumping Either Way With the exception of Benny Kauff, tot one player has done any jumping either way since the season began. The Feds have :not made a single ef- fort to grab a ball-player from organ- ized baseball and the established or- ganization has not tried to get back a Binele one of its jumpers. On the surface, the action of the Na- tional Commission in returning Kauff to the Feds seemed amazing. Even 'more amazing Is the fact that it or 'dered the suspension for one year ol Dick Krasefia. the Giant scout, for in Jucing Kauff to jump. Fandom thought Klnsella's achievement in captnr ing the greatest player the enemy had should have -won for him. a .raise in jay. And that's what Kinselia .-would -have" received were these still wartisne The .reason why Kinsella'Was pen Billed Is because unconsciously he a! caused a renewal of the warfare Johnson Tipped It Off About six weeks ago Ban Johnsoi "spilled tie beans" in an imerrisw given out in Boston Later Johnson repudiated the Interview He reahz efl afterward that the time was not ripe for' breaking the news to the dear! old public. Some weeks ago, Garry Herrmann tbe folks for what Is coming saying that .if-peace does not come Boon some of the magnates _wfll be ready to Join the ranks of paupers The National Commission, it will be remembered, rejected jthe demands of the Baseball Players Fraternity some ago They did it with much gusto They did It as if they didn't fear the they mo long- A year or so ago they granted the fculk ot the Fraternity's demands "Why' Simply because they knew that the plajers would jump to the .Feds if they didn't this year they re- jected" them because they knew the plaj era couidn t jump to the Teds for the simple 'eason that the pact barred tbe Feds from taking them Agreement Now in Force Many clubs in organized baseball let out to the minors some premising recruits and some real stars, sinply because they could not keep these men on account of the player limit rules Old the Ftods try to grab any of them' No, they didn't The baseball war is over, the details tot peace and consolidation are being arranged now along about August 1 or 15 the public will be permitted to come in on the "know TUG TRWSiiMK should giye toward the mirchas- 'ng of a which win go to ne winners of the.series. Officers of League The appointment of officials re-. At Leaviti ond -Ward" July _ Cardston First Ward: July 21. at Beazer July 1.1, at Mountain View August 7. For Love of Game With thene five teams in the lea gue, some extremely interesting game should be witnessed, and as the play ws will be plavin- for the pure lov of theTsport and the game will be of the cleanest nossihle. Lawyers Versus City Tennis ourt 20 K 25 24 24 24 I'.C. .574 .574 .500 .490 .489 .478 .442 .132 6 1 10 3 W. Philadelphia...... 27 Chicago........ 2' t. Louis........ p rook'iyn 24 oston 23 Ittsbiirg......... ew York W luciiinati...... 19 .oston Chicago....................... Hughes and Gowdy Brecnaban. ;pliiladelphia-llittsburg, postponed we't grounds. Brooklyn............................... 4 ijj 5 Dell, Appieton and McCarty Sal ee and Sriyder. Vcw York 8 10 Cincinnati............................ Tosssau and Meyers Dolt, Tone) and Clark. Vaughan and AMERICAN Chicago Detroit AV. 32 32 Boston New T Washington 22 Cleveland St. Lo.uis Philadelphia St. Louis...................... New York L. 19 21 IS 28 22 27 32 31. t 9 P.O .627 .604 .581 .581 .500 .426 .373 .267 and James''and; Severo'd Warhop Sweeney. Cleveland-Boston, postponed, rain. Chicago-Washington, postponed on account of rain. Detroit-Philadelphia, called end of third, rajn. FEDERAL A tennis tournament 01 terest which promises to bring mo.t of the best players of the city, JB booked for tomorrow afternoon at city tennis ujurts, commencing 4 o'clock The lawyer players of city will play the most prominent players ot the city-courts, who are not of the legal profession. Nine men a side, has been arranged Following is the personnel of the "lawyers-Judge JacUon Messrs Palmer, Dandson, Smith, Rice, Mar Ldale S.mpson, Wallace, McArthur CiU Club-Messrs Hunter Miner, Neircomb, Oliver, Robertson, Smith, Hif5inbotham. Slue. rennis enthusiasts, are cordially, in- Kansas City St. .Pittsburg Brooklyn Newark Chkago Baltimore iffalo. tt'sfiurg rooklyn Chicago-Buffalo, ounds: THREE-TEAM LEAGUE IN OPERA NINE FIREMEN BEAT Pmcher Creek, Alta, June weatherman managed to keep the rau, oft long enoiuli on Monday to allow the local baseball teams to pull off tneir first game, according to schedule The game was between the firemen and tbe town team, and ended with a victery for the town team by la-7 This of csairse, was not good ball- claying with a ialr opportunity to jractice, our irill soon whip them Lives into shape One of the notable plays of this game was a catch made iv T 0 Turner, one of the firemen, wnich was nothing short of a genuine Thoay" stunt The league includes the firemen, town nine and IO.OF, is sure to be very popular _______ AND CMilES TO 10 K The Callies aw due to meet Sons of England in a scheduled lea- gue the ball Bark tomorrow eVeuing, wben no doubt they will do their utmost to wine out the de- feat suataraed at the hands of the Sons in 'the opening match ot OETZMANN SKAT CHAMWON Peorla, 111, June 14-H. F. Oetz- reann, Davenport, Iowa, was declared etehftenth annual congress of the Worth American Skat league, which closed here toflwr. He. received a Drize In cash" Oetimann won 23 games, and scored 737 total points The 1916 convention was awarded to St. Paul, CINCINNATI DOUGLAS Cincinnati. Ohio, June Presid- ent August Herrmann of the Cincln natt Nationals announced tonight that he had .sold Pitcher Douglas to the Brooklyn Nationals. At Present Clip He Will Steal 96 Bases In 154 Games Since 1896, when Bill Lange-of Anton s Chicago dub. stole an ev en 10J bases no major league hall player his trampled on the heels of that record The nearest any major leaguer has come has been 88 bases, which were snared in 1912 by Clyde Milan of the Wash- ington club TV Cobb's best oase stealing re- cord is 83, made in 1911 He has led his league in this department only three times, in 49, la 1909 with 7tj, and in 19U This year he seems faster than In 44 games he has grab- be! 28 sacks or an of S3 per game If he keeps on at he will end the seasons schedule of 164 games with 96 stolen four short of Lange's mart, made 19 years ago, and the Jiest record since the in stallstion of the sacrifice hit In 1893. In 44 games this year Gobb has stoien onl> seven bases less than ho stole in ill of the 97 games he played last year. "LUCID, IS n NOT? YES. IT IS NOT! uffalo >rovidence lochester iclimond ojitreal ewart oronto ersey Citj Jchmond lersey City ;pchester 'oronto AM. ASSOCIATION Kansas Citi Cleveland Milwaukee ndianapolis St Paul ,ouisville............... Minneapolis........ Columbus e o season The Sow will keep to the same team that performed on the oc- casion referred 'to with rte exception of YUrd.iwho has enlisted, but as Lee tins up he wil take his accustomed position in the half-back 1me, letting Thomp- son into the forward line in place of Ward The Sons team will therefore be as follows Parsons Wains and Jfeshitt Chenery, Benpett and Lee (or Muggett, Warrant, Dra- per, Thompson and Bestwick. Referee Mr Phillips. 19 to 1 Sam Vere umpired WOLGA8T CANCELS BOUT Boston, -JiUsK, Jane Wo! gast today cancelled his hoxing bou with Gilbert OaKant. scheduled to tonight .He utt that Minus pre- vented him trom entering the rim FREDDIE MAKES DECLARATION Freddie Welsh declares he win gage In al least one more short ols tance boot before he tackles Charle White over the (went! -round roate Denver ou July WHERE WE HEADING FOB JAKE-TOP CM Raymond. Alta, June an Hiavoidablc delay :the directors of the tannond AjricultBral society have eclded to hold the regular fall fair O P Craenbach has been secured as manager, and predicts the biggest ex- hibltiea-in the history ol the south country The fair this year will he combined-with a carnival, the lady who wins in the contest being pre sented -with a solid gold watch, as a and she will be crowned of the The society has own somewhat ham- pered through lack of funds, but a Ine of credit has been secured, ana all indications, nojr point to the lair being brought to a successful issue Besides the regular showing 01 srauu. and flvestoclt It is the pur pose of the directors to bring in some ilsh-clasB attractions, including a dafly parachute ascension and a spec- In the even Ing The-Raymond Tnrf club will irtiely htfid its fall meet during the litr atso THIS slTould draw a large crowd in itself, as there are some fast hones in At the present UN1D SNOB GOIF MEEI THE AUSTRALIAN Sydney, Australia, June trallan casualties in tbe the peninsula killed, wounded and according to an official staUnMBt If- sued today. f Shorthillk, N- J June IS.-Most of the prominent amateur and nearh all 01 the 'proicbsional golfers who took part in tlio Slot annual open championship ol tin. United States Goh association last year weie at the Bjltusrol flub's links yesterday, and a great nunv oi them Played over the course for which is 74 and the proiessional record 71 The best score of the day was a 71 by Gil iNieholls of Wilmington, won the Shawnee (Pa tournament last In another match Evans had a 75, going out in 4i and coming back in .31 Nicholls, his partner, had 32 coming in, hut the pair were one down to Eben M Severs, of P'tts- biire a former national tille-hoWer, and Jack Hutcamson, i -Pittsburg professional, is ho were 5 up at the Cope to Mac's AND GET YOUR VOLVERS OR RI'LIS Bicycle Repairers .Our in Bicycle aM Cannot M But. 1NWAW MOTOKCYCLB AGENT D. E. MacDwald Phone 10K 411% M" Street W-ilter Hageo, the champion, who was credited with a picked up today and did not make known the result of his round J M Barnes, the open champion, former Spokane Country club profes- sional, did a li, and Loars Telher, the former French open, champion, had a 73 1 Francis Ouimet, national amateur champion, and former winner of the oiien title, hail a 76 today, while Jlav R JUrston, of the Home club I and virer of the Jersey statci championship tot went around in despite the fact thafe he took 7 tor the NO KNGMSri Although the entry ol ieye.wl of the Knglish golfing start; failed to materialize, tsentv.-second mial national opta jhifiipiowhip I flallusrol promises to every- way preceding title totrnamtnts LACROSSE IN STAtKS The Montreal Star ot rei-ent date carries i-report ot a lijcrosiw watch in New York between one of the east- orn colleae.teams and the NPW York twelve Six thousand spectators v> ere iti attendance The Star Jwlnts out that although It Is our: .national game, we have to cross, tfe'border nowadays to attract big crowds. Gornless T Feet Are Vary Common Now neb .PeoiJe kept Aem. Of Tina lU Bwjw the com, in orf. s kk of paia or One ,tolJ CDOtW it, those people I'm. As soon as one tin? remove tL onre. Hse-jay on one corn. U hmtatc, Jet m [rie.v U tho pain does the com k meuitoyou. kmeans t Your own hieifc. by the', Blue-jay IB ;