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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 22, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, TONE 22, 1915 THE LETH BRIDGE DAILY HERALD IILLfiGHI 1 THEY WIN TEST CASE PLAY. ER8' SALARIES WILL BE OUT RIGHT AND LEFT Cincinnati-, June A no.v anglo in the bnsotmll war was brought to light when the Cincinnati club, owing -to hard times, prepared to light an ironclad contract which it was forced to give; certain players to prevent their joining the Federal league. The Beds plan to release the man on the ground that he has not delivered tho goods, and in case he goes to court, to fight; proceedings, the entire league will aid in the fight, which, it is Bought, a winning one and then steps will be taken to scale down throughout tho country. Tho significant feature ot the scheme is the National-league officials will take no heed of the likelihood of the Federals grabbing any of the men oven under the old style contract. They liguro the- Federals almost a dead FEDERALS IN TEAMS IN OUTLAW LEAGUE ARE CLOSELY BUNCHED IN RACE THIS SEASON New York, Juno 21. -In all the ex- citement and Hurry resulting Irom the big upsets in the American FOUR CHAMPION RACERS BOOKED FOR DETROIT Olreetum, William, Frank Booash and Broadfoot Enter for StaUe Detroit, Juhe SI. Four world's champion paccray-Directum I., Frank Bogash Jr., William, and Anna Brad- entered in the J5.000 irce- for-all which is an added feature of the Bine Ribbon Grand Circuit mret- ing here July to 30. Local driving club officials say that never before has a quartette of such famous pac- ers met in the same race. The contest is to consist of three heats, the purse being divided for each heat and there is an ottra 1300 lor the horse lowering the world's record. The event is scheduled for; July 37, the Chamber o( Commerce, "'8 Ineru- stake of for pacirs being advanced to July while the M. and M. the S10.000 trotting classic, is planned for July 28i WHITE .WILL TAKE A RE3T Chicago, III., June -White announced today he will have a broken hone in his hand set and wito rest for several weeks, "My next ttlG DIE iii nut. i National leagues this season our o.O iriends tho Federals have heen rattier ;_ overlooked. It happens, too, that a neck and neck race is being staged in Jim Gilinore's league that couldn t be improved upon if pennant were being made to order. TEAMS WELL BUNCHED U Six teams arc all within a o! games of the lead all of the time. j... A double-barreled win often hurdles.... a club from fifth, or sixth to ths lead and vice versa. It is a race, too, promises to last all the way down the ff stretch and the winner may not be declared until the last game is chalk- Bi'll' Phillips' Peps at Newark-wlic, won the pennant, at Indianapolis for two years-are, bidding for the hon- ors again. In-and-out pitching has kept this club from galloping away from the field! Fielder Jones has.whipped toother winning olub at St. Louis and they GREAT SCULLER JOINS Ernest Barry, World'i Champ- plon, -Enllete'for Active' y Service London, Bug., 21.-Tbe world's and BllB'.lsll sculling y champion, lirnest Barry, ana of y the most respected and scien- title men who ever sat In a shell yesterday presented him- aelf at the headquarters ot the 1st Surrey HitleB, and joined y his Majesty's army. Barry, y who will be associated with a number of the professional boxors who have joined, Will carry with him Into the ranks the eood wishes of his numer- ous Mends. He is a married man with a number of young children, and If the step he has taken stimulates others to fol- low liis excellent example, he will have done bis country a service Barry is getting on for 34 years of ase. and In- terests that demand his atten- tion. He, however, has given y hem up to "do. bis bit." and v has thereby again proved him- y self "one of the best." BASEBALL WHERE HAVE YOU SEEN THIS BEFORE NATIONAL w. Chicago 30 St. l.uuis 33 Philadelphia 28 PlUshurg 26 Boston 2'' L. 31 3li 2't 25 28 29 1-ct .588 .552 .538 .510 .453 .438 Urooklyii 2l New York............... 21 Cincinnati................ 21 Philadelphia......................... 3 Pittsburg 'l (13 Slayer, Chalnler and KUUfer; Ad-1 ariis, Cooper, Mamaux and Gibson, and Murphy. No other games scheduled. Chicago Boston Detroit New York Washington Cleveland Philadelphia St. Louis St. Louis Brooklyn AMERICAN w 37 31 25 21 21 20 Pet. .604 .5811 .509 .300 .396 .382 .370 H 0 1) 2 Davenport and Hartley Seaton and Land. 'ittsburg Icwark...................... Hearne and Berry Kariden. are showing signs ot giving the Mound City fans a shock-by present- ing them with a championship. CHIFEDS WEAK HITTERS Joe Tinker's Chrfeds look good, too, thougb-.jveak hitting in streaks lias kept'thern down. Rebel Oakes hai had liis Pittsburg crew flirting with tat place a good part ot the Firebrand Oeo Stovall has assembled a Mmch of misfits that are up around the top, too, without any legal reason for be- Oldfield Makes 111 Miles Hour fthlcaeo, HI., June Old- field established a new American auto speed record at Speedway today, when be negotiated a in 1.04 2-5, an average of 111.5 miles ail Soar. Oldfield drove a 300-horse-power car ol special construction. The mark is said to be within 42-5 seconds of the world's record. Chicago 2 I 1 Baltimore 8 1 Prendergast and Fisher; Bender and Owens. Kansas City 0 10 1 Buffalo...........................-...... 5 !3 2 Callop and Easterly Bedient, Mar- shall and Blair. LAWN BOWLERS ARRANGING TOURNEY FOR DOMINION DA? said Charley, Freddie "Welsh. he .with I. won't let him es. V> AQUATIC CLUB MEETING There will be a general meet- ing of the local Aquatic club at the clubhouse this evening at 8 o'clock. All members are urgently requested to attend. Business of importance will come up for discussion. hstandine the eold. weithcr j sending along three 1 day, L good oid Scotch four rinks Falkenberg and Jharles Chaplin, the world's greatest screen coinedfan, to ho seen in six- part comedy, "Tillie's Punctured Ro- on Monday at the Orplieum Theatre. Kansas City St. Louis Pittsburg Chicago Newark Brooklyn ...v... Baltimore Buffalo FEDERAL 'W. L'. 23 21 32 29 30 21 21 26 27 28 29 33 33 Pet. .61.0 .604 .527 .536 .509 .191 .389 .350 Boston i Huth and Thomas Gallia, Shan Hopper and Henry and Ainsmith. One hour and laughter a half of THE IE We Cannot Control the Law of Supply and Demand and thus secure tea. at a fixeoprice but we can and will control QUALITY of For 23 years the Standard of Excellence in teas has been SALADA and come what may, it shall never deviate from that standard. B51 CONTINUED FKOM ar iu certain now to be t record-breaker in the matter of luiy. It la estimated that about tons of timothy and bush grass will be put up, and if there is a fair market probably much wore. As near as can be calculated, this district boasts of acres of wheat, 8000 acres of onts, 400 'acres good. Farmers are summerfaliowing and are breaking large areas of land for 10JG. We have had plenty of moisture and the amount of land sown is greater than any former year. MAKE IT A HOOT-' SERRAT (MINGLE "What do you mean wheu you. ul -v......- 'Make it a "jlontserrat of barley and considerable rye and asked the visitor on tbo Golt flax -it is the favored drink lust now." Pasture is so abundant that the stock of the country are in sleek con- dition. said the host. "It is mado with a little 'Montserrat Lime Fruit Juice and a little syrup every thins IE in excellent j or sugar, in ice water. I tell you, it order. No blight of eel-worm, cut worm, etc., being heard is a graud drink." The visitor tried it. "My eye, it said. he. I MONTSERSAT 1JMB PBXJIT Taoer JUICE can be had at all leading gro- Alta., June grains j Eastern boxing exports now reier to Jim Coftey as a second rate heavyweight lighter which is an aw- ful tiling to say about anybody. And to- think that Shamus was once a self-respecting street car chauffeur Bickard is reat success iii great meeting with In excellent condition: winter wheat! headed out, spring wheat wall up. Heavy rains followed by warm weath- er have brought'the crops to such a stage that harvesting will be easily ten days ahead of former years. Grassy Lake Grassy Lake, Alta., J.une conditions contiuue very favorable. There have been almost daily rains, and some exceedingly heavy showers since last renort, so that: the supply of moisture is entirely adequate. The MINISTERS FOR FIGHTING LINE Calgary, Alta., June of the crusaders of old burning strong within them, two well known Calgary lay preachers and ministerial stud- ents of the Methodist church, Rev. A. Moscley, one time of. the editorial staff of a local newspaper, and Rev. Sidney Lambert, at present conduci- ng tie church of Parkland. erday decided to enlist. handled, prize fighters many years, ".Tex" finds it .almost play to take. thousands of cattle. cool weather has not been conducive lot I of rapid growth, but the grain is well rooted, stooling out nicely, and will progress remarkably fast with, the present warm weather. Some of the early-sown wheat is nearly three feet high, but as a whole, the grub is from four to twelve inches. Sowing of oats and flax continued .up until the end of last week. Tho quantity of J. P. Dumas will contest St. Boni- face for the Manitoba legislature >l the Liberal candidate. Second game. Boston Washington 9 10 game of lawn bowling has made The new grounds at the barracks a lew days, and splendid progress so far this year. It was the intention of the Lethbridgc Bowling club to start off the season with a graud open tournament on Victoria Day, hut the rain upset plans. Row the bowlers are looking forward to .Domwiw Day when another tournament will he held on Gait Garden greeni. Already nearly fifty men. in this city have signified their intention 'ot getting in the game for that day, and there is a poatibility of Taber Shore, Pennock and Thomas; Bochling and Henry. Give Them Encouragement North Ward anad Knox are schedul- ed to a league game at the ball park tonight, Joe Gillts will like- IT be on the mound operating for the seefl supplied by the govern- North Bnders, while Sang win likely ment and secured from other sources the pitcher for' Khox. The brand I was sufficient to put about of 'ball that is being played in the j acres under crop. Certainly the acre- City league thi> year is -worthy of Uge 1B considerably larger than any better patronage than they hare been j Previou3 year. There has beeu some vvill be seerieu in The Empire Oiub have also a splen- did green on Fifth just now inter-club games between' this club and the Gait Garden rinks are creating'quite a bit of enthusiasm. The greens in the park have been improved wonderfully this season, and from now on bowling should he the lopular sport for the. business man. The long bright evenings here make it ideal tor an after supper sport, tames being played the past, week up II 9.30. There arc at least .seventy-fire bowl- ers in the city right now, and there is uo reason why a city, the size of Lethbridge cannot muster as many players as the towns of Western On- tario, where they boast of two to three hundred members to a club. Let every one interested make it a point to turn oiu as many evenings as possible each week, and in this way help along a game you will enr New York- Can you guess what this sign means I It is lor the best inter- ests of everyone. Bush and Lapp. Second New York Philadelphia Caldwell, Fieri .765 Bressler, and Sweeney and Sclnvart and Nunaroaker Shawkey, Bush and "Lapp. other. games scheduled. INTERNATIONAL Jrovidencc Juffalo iichmond Montreal Rochester Toronto STewark Jersey City Buffalo ilochester LEAGUE TO FINANCE VICTORIA BALL CLUB Seattle, Wash., June The Victoria baseball club, which was turned adrift by Joshua Klngham last was formally taken over by the Northwestern league at a special meeting of the direct- ors here Sunday. The league will pay all the epens.e.s of the Victoria team until a new backer for the club is found Montreal J Buffalo t Richmond Providence a 5 Jersey City......................'.............. 3 AM. ASSOCIATION Columbus.......................................... Indianapolis..................................... SECOND ANNUAL Thursday and Friday, June 24th and 25th in Subtcribed Special Trains will leave each day at 9 a.m. Return Fare Reduced rates from all points. Good band in attendance. Profits Will Be Used For For full particulars apply Stam- Patriotic Purposes. pede Secretary, Gleichen. Alta. accorded. 'Let a. good number of fans be present.tonight tg sive the boys some encouragement; r A Chicago sport.. writer recently went into ecstacy over the clever bor- ing displayed by Jess Willard. Call- ing Willard clever is like the graceful lines of a tractiou en- gine. The Boston fan who will walk three miles with a turtle as pace- maker, providing the Braves fail to cop the National league pennant, should pull of! the itunt in Madison Pet Square Garden in .case he loses. The 600 New York hicks would eat up such '585 an exciting bit of sport and the fan .533 would clean up a bis wad of coin. Amateur Ball in Reglna Regina .Leader: Ye gods and little 465 fishes .were you one of the many who 340 through the two hours and thirty minutes of misery at the ballyard on i Saturday afternoon when the .Com- 1 i mercials'- downed the Victorias by a core that would have done justice to i rattling good cricket garnet The ffering was the most listless of the eason. and should have a decided er- ect on the players, for they got en- ough out of their systems to start jver with a clean sheet. It was imply a case .of "how not to play baseball." Some of the player, had Merkle beat a city block md then'some. lamago by wind, worms and gophers. 'Bow Island Bow Island, Alberta, June Crop .conditions at Bow Islaai. are he best that have ever been seen All crops are jip and .are growing .521 .489 .479 Cleveland Louisville 5Iinncapolis Kansas City St. Paul 8 Milwaukee NORTHWESTERN Aberdeen......................................... Victoria Vancouver....................................... Tacoina Seattle 2 Spokane........................................... 8 RITCHIE CALLS Off FIQHT WITH WELSH San Francisco, Cal., June clining to fight Freddie We'ish at Brighton Beach, N.Y., on July 3, Wil- lie Ritchie yesterday wired Promoter Harry Pollok that the time was too short. said be was wllllnit to meet Welsh at-a later date. Pollok had telegraphed the .former champion to start east immediately. OELLOW WINS MARATHON London, Ont, June Dellow of the Monarch Athletic club, Toronto, won the London Free annual 12-mile Marathon here yester- day in 65 minutes and 49 seconds. Dsllow was the winner last year. Ernie Cooic of Stratford came lecoiid, minutes 38 :BPLFBB KILLED AT YPBES "iil'vemool. England, June tain John Qrahaia, famous ai an ama- teur golfer, hae been killed during a charge of Liveriwol Scottish. Captain Graham last year plaved for the Royal Liverpool and won the St. Oraui Ckal leuja a.t Good Nights are enjoyed by those in good perfect digestion, clear ayntMll. End .pure: blood, upon -which health EEECHAM' PILLS S J. -J A.r MWkip. i. U 25 Fingers Can Break Concrete Used in Govt. Buildings Winnipeg, June 21. Concrete o_ sucliinierior quality was used at the foot at one caisson mute the new parliament buildings that t can M'teoien -wWU- the lingers without extraordinary effort, In lact, tho- toot ot caisson .'to. lit is -in .such condition that the. govern- ment's experts thought they had reacW some boulders ttat were sup- Bosed. to have, becir built into the caissbnV'-tliese iwulders bring so loose that it it possible to insert tbe nana between' them out loose gra- the" concrete is gravel to a e ot sii inches, and ths caisson isn't .belled, iiltho.ush it only rests hoot purports that ilia cais- reits on rock. -_ There facts were hurled at T hoi.. Keilv wheu .cofttraotor accused the. minister of public works of nus- sUtiois'tW depth of this caisspn. 'ifoR T: U. Johnson hod notified Mr. Kelly that the depth .was not as recorded ?in Salt's book, and asked him iMic wished to cliallense the statement- Keilv replied that he had had the measured ind the gov- had'erred. Investigatien proved that the gov- ernment had crnxMiut it WM bf- caiite the men hplding the line thought the lioulirrs the bot- tom o( the Rev. Thomas a superan- nuated Mcthodlit Olnisler, dif4 at Bt ThorflM, Out, Ford Touring Cs? Price Tils best that money can the labor thu. into the Canadian Ford. Our workmen are the hlgheat paid motor car meohanics in the Britiah Empire. means dollars saved in after expense to the who drive's a Ford "Made in Canada" OMS Fwd. car is hulit right. Buyers of Ford caw will share m our proUta tl we 30 000 cars between August J, 1914 and 1, Runabout {540-; Town. Car F O. E Ford, Ontario, with all equipment, including electiHi headUgWiv on display 'and sale at THE FORD GARAGE VIRTUE 1238 3rd AVE. Si. PHONI THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE CAPtTJIL, RESERVE FIHW, FARMERS' BUSINESS The Canadian Bank of Commerce to facility for the of their the dlicount v4 collection' of notes, Btak uiw tre supplied free of on application- I Lethbridge Branch R. T. Brymner, ;