Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 2, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
TUESDAY, MARCH 2, 1915 THE LETHRR1DGE DAILY HERAT, n I'ACR THREE is OF THE PftST BRILLIANT COMBINATION OF PHLADELPHIA ATHLETICS SCATTERED New York, llarcli J. Franklin Hater of J'liiladelptiiJi Athletics iidlicrrs lo liis determination lo drop baseball in iarur of farming. Connie Slack's famous infield will jiass iulo LljaL jjurLiou of history re- served for the national sport. Follou'- jng closely upon the sale of Eddie I'ollins to the Chicago White Sox it appears as though this remarkable j combination of players u-as broken hcyond reassembling or rebuilding. lUclunis and Harry remain, but the probability of lindlng among the Ath- letic, recruits t'A-o plavcrs capable of filli. VICTORIAS BEAT ST. MIKE'S Toronto, Out., Muruli lie or 2 to 2, In Hie final gnino nluyiid tonight between tlio Vlc- lorlaii und St. Michael's, inak- ing tlio total on the rouutl, 4 to gavo the fonnei' tJio sunlor championship of tlie O.I1-A. and the Jolin KokerlBOn trouhy. thu H v.pas between lOio and that the travelled, their fastest, their record of win- ning four out uf five pennants shows. The calilier of the quartet is proved hy the average of the players in both baiting and lidding ioc the period bc- twr-rn and 1914. The regular sea- ton record-was HatUng .311 "field- ing, and the world; ures, baiting, .-371 COLLINS' IHVE-YKAR s scries fig- lidding, .958. an average fot five years of .Jlti and -977 nix years averaged -3-15 Collins- [or at bat and in tiic. field Harry, in a similar period, hit, .25H and lidded .9fi3. white maker's average itoni 1909 to 19 U was .321 and .934. With Collins and Hakcu missing Mclnnis and Barry arc .'eft, as a nucleus about which 3Iaclc must- rebuilt his infield. That ought to Inject, a little feeling into the hattle. Ritchie cnme, to New York toddy to start training for the hout. JL is pretty much agreed that the first really good man that gets a crack at Welsh over the long route is Lo he the new champion. Fred's showing in his last few affairs have not been very classy eihluitions. AT HAVANA IS IWTESI Tom Flanagan Get Firsthand Information of Johnson- Willard Bout Toronto, March big fight between Jack Johnson and Jess Wlllard, which was to have taken place next Saturday at Juarez, Mexico, has been postponed until March 30, and the place for the fight changed to Havana, Cuba. A cable to this effect was received by Tom Flanagan, Johnson's manager, this morning from Johnson himself. lanagan says that the extra time will lp the present holder of the title to get Intc better ahape. Jack Curley, promoter of the fight, anded in Havana yesterday and post- jonement has been.the result of a con- erence with Johnson. Michener vis Advocating Direct Tax for Revenue CONTINUED FROM FP.QNT PAGE condemning Llic "deliberate ronncry" of the cilicu and towns in inking li- quor license aiul'othor AIMOL'ATKS JMKl'X.'T TA-NUS Mr. Miclicuci rejiuiUiMl Uic old iivguiiiL-nl about the pivcniuicnL Us- ing all the wild lands, and criticized- llio inurement taxes, diumini; Llicsci ;.u- driving capital from the urovincc. lit objected to these "devious meth- od i> of raising revenues" and ed direct tixadlo'i. '1'lic asking for injury for public works without specifying location .and plans was condemned as adverse to economy mid democratic It opens wide tlic door fur gamblin with the-people's money. LINKS Ul> FOR IMtOIllinTION ttelcrnng to the vole o prohibition, Michnncr said Al- berta, if not Ijcliind in intelli- gence, would juivr proliibition. If the majority say so, he will support the government in. passing the measure and enforcing it. UUOI3S WOMEN'S VOTKS Michencr then declared for fe- male franchise and a plebiscite with women voters only, ftfc conclud- ed with a long tcrcrencL1 to tlie war. Nip Reign of Terror CONTINUED FIlOJl r'KONT PACK. looting was to follow For months a central ofliwi detective had worked in the inucr circle of the anarchists, ac- i cording to the police story, and had] kept the detective bureau advised oil all their plans. This detective, Frank j 13aldo, assisted in tlic manufacture of' the bomb ivttli which Uic aUenipt was made today to blow up the cathe- dral. The detective accompanied the bomb thrower to the edifice and sat March Ed men- with him while he lighted the bomb and hurled it at the allar. Immediately the cathedral, in which 800 persons sat at worship, became alive with detectives whose presence had been unsuspected by the bomb LEAVE FOR IE OF CONTESIS Tonight! POSITIVELY YOUR LAST CHANCE TO SEE THE GREAT ALL DRITISH PRODUCTION The Bells of A STARTLING AND REAL- ISTIC EXPOSURE OF GER- MAN BARBARITY Edmoitlon .on Kskimos, Senior champions oi Uberta, left tonight for Rcgina, liiere they will meet a Vancouver cam on Wednesday night in the first the western elimination, games tor he Allan cup challengers. The folloiv- carrier. Baldo, sitting beside him, ug players composed the Eskimos' party lleid, goal Muirhead, point Mc- annon, cover Lynn, rover J. i sputtering fuse. The Sutherland, centre; Dra, right wing; I hardly realized what Oordon, right lite. him under arrest detectives sitting in the pew behind, dashed in- to the aisle and stamped out the congregation had happened wing Deitz, subati-! when it was all over and there wasi no panic. Ai police headquarters the i ______________________________alleged Jjomb-tliroiver said lie was I jKrank Abarno, a lithographer 21 -years old. Soon after he was taken GIBBONS AND TEN ROUNDS next seberinJed Indoor Baseball game, in the ttusincrss Men's League, is creating quite an amount oj jnterest at Ihfi V.M.C.A. Gym., lie played off tomorrow S p the Herald .aiul. Real Esi learns. The sc-hcdiilc" hns been arranged Edmonton, }Iurch capita city of which had alrcad; won tlie Senior and Junior champion ships ol the Alberta Amateur Hockc association, made it a clean swce; tonight when the Edmonton Hustler defeated Lacouiuc in the final gam for the In teemed i site championshi] by a score of 3 to 1. At half-time th well-known ftry lajii] fnr- ner 'cf NoblsCord, atlii-.-css the meeting, and Mayor Hardle 'will look after" the patriotlo. end of il. Mr, li. T. Brymner has to see that some Eood music in provided, and1 al- Icgethefr; UIB mootdng should IIP, n. tnily one from the "patriotism ind Production" standpoint. JOE JACKSON BASEBALL MAY QUIT FOR THE STAGE CUveland Club Soenti Federal League Plot in idea .Cleveland, B. Green- wood, manager.of ft theatrical agency in. Atlanta, Go-, la trying to purchase .the release of Outfielder Joe Jackson from the Cleveland American league club. so. he can put Joe Into the the- atrical profesalcn, claiming thcrp ia 'more money in ft for Joe! than to stick tft tho diamond. Tbe locil club management scented ORPHEUM The People's Playhouse i I Where Everybody Gooe Vaudeville of Quality Eleanor Moran In the Latest Song Hit! Signor Tanml Operatic Star in Italian Opera Johnson Tenor.. Singer of Old Time Melodies The Sea Nymphs A Two Part Keystone Riot of Fun' OTHER BIG J -SPECIALS "f Matinees daily at 2 p. m. Adults Children. .10c .5c. Evenings Continuous 7 to 11 Adulis___ 15c. Children. lOc. POPULAR PRICED PLAY- HOUSE. Majestic Theatre Next MON. TUES., Mar. 8-9. JOHN P. SLOCUM presents the Brilliant Engliih Muiical Comedy Success First Real Musical Suc- cess of the year. THE QUAKER GIRL with A SUPERB CAST and A REAL BEAUTY CHORUS that can sing ORIGINAL PRODUCTION. 24 SONG HITS TIMELY PRIGES--LoWer Floor, Balcony, 75c Gallery, 50c SEATS ON SALE WEDNESDAY AT HEDLEVDRUG CO. a Federal P-ot and. has dis- Secretary Blach- S.C., where Jackson ;t stage production. Jackson -admitted thnt he was con- sidering quitting baaehall for the etaae, but expected ro 'report at .the. Intliaus' training camp at San An- Ibulo Te.T.' R LLGB Y Northern Union Round Bradford Northern 2, (I. 6. firoughfton IlangcLE 14, Ruocoru 4. Halifax 2." Hull 2J, 2. Kinesloil Ro'vBrs 10. Hunslot 0. Oldhnra.6, Wigan 10. AVaahingtori WlSan H. 0, Swinton 2, Barrow 15, Walieficld'Trinity 8. Ij. Leigh, o; Uuddersfleld 3. 'W.idnes 13, St. Helens 4. Peatheraton H. 0, St. Helens 6. York 0, noclidalo H. 0. Commissioner Territorial Commander of Sal- vation Army' in.'Canada. Accompanied by Lleut-Colonelt TURNER and MARGRAVE at Knox Church "V Won. Mar. 8, at 8 His Worship Hardie Will Preside Supported by City Commission- and Leading; Citizens- V Don't Miss this Opportunity of hearing'one of the Army's moat eloquent :'-J OFFERING Mr. Sick Alberta 'until the e: Fritz Sick of the Lethbrldg-e Brew: j the .time, allowed 'by.the-lie _.-.__ Ing. Mai'iiii'g Co., has been granted I ed to J. A. Dermlaslon to operate the the terprlee..