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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 17, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, MARCH 16, 1911 THE .LKTHBKIDGK DAM.Y HERALD PAGE FIVE Grandmere, Divisional Champ- ions of Quebec, Lost Last Niglit 6 to 4 ANOTHER GAME TO PLAY BASEBALL PLAYERS NOTICE GATfteHING OF THE CLAN AT Y. M. C. A. NEXT THURSDAY NIGHT FOR CITY LEAGUE WANTED Witli odo'r ol sprlos In the ilr the bitecliill fratwnlly Is tlioirlng of life and teams for City League this year have become a live tojle o( conmutlou aiid payers are already being coralled by some ot tha managers of tho jiroapectiyo entries. Jlarrr B. ilcllyea, IVo of the City League lias many enquiries anenl tie Clly this year and hss lo rail Ihe loctl magnates losfther neit Tb-jrsday evcnlOE at 8 ilie Y.M.C.A. to nrgenlzaknd'-dljciui plans for tlie SMJOL, sum all las; year's teams of lie Cllr league'apd all teams contemplating enterlug the jciguo are requested to.have a representative or two at lUe "V" Thurs- evening, wllb-aiithorlly lo do business INDOOR BASEBALL MATCH AT i NOT SINGLE ARREST j Y.M.C.A. LAST RE- I SUNDAY WAS MUSICAL SULT WAS 32 TO 15 DAY I Is j I I! C aid the i Kernie. C., March" It.-The l men Uie prmtluls of the big j W. K. lios. ninister o! noUe at tlie Y.M.C.A. last DleM. a .ralor indoor baltk, the hoDOre ol victory 80lr-B I this the of th- protwsiowl men by 3' 'or Vhe ir, Ibe tlrn Inn- Indicated an. evtti Kittle tor n toawej.1 a good position w ir, but Indication was Mactlur.atd of the school I I stall, ivhft co btafc with souio more Chicago and. them to It.' licjiua, .March iloivn by llid allying.powers ot the Regina Vic- torias >c4 out-tuned in tho second half, tho Gianjine're liociey Uam, tin thillenjers lor Allen Cup on tlio btrinjth ot winning tho championship oi Easierii Canada, to .lEmslie. by fbe scoie six'to four. The ball-time 'store ivas S to 2 !ri faVor o! Graodmere. I'he score is a fair indication of ]-iiy.'throughout. had it on tlie Icnjing.ttam fro.ra the east-was ly in'staying power, gamcueas sail HI. Yfim spnxi. Only cue. mar, oS Ihe j CRICKET CLUB BUSY PREPARING FOR AN EVENTFUL SEASON PITCH AT FAIR GROUNDS UNDER READY SHORTLY LEAGUE GAME HERE MAY MACLEOD CLUB WILL BE REPRESENTED AT DANCE HERE Work coramtr.ced afler- jnn uh the new rrirkct eadersoii Park, and 'lie ruEhcfi I lo completion by the department of that cricket roatcti- >es arraozed for'bv Ibe Southern Al- Vics as .fast as of he s -noi Tlll> (iraniimcre no occ on the o( (he :'traso-i is to lie Vies..couW.loucli two ot the thai- t wilh Madcod lenjrrs for slict haoihnE. On the inst tfca lot.. u-hnte Itu- Vies. a httlr the lotttr May 16. Tlie piUh 3 to be just inside tie gates.to the exhibition groucds, in front o! the elected by the club lo represent th (ne followin reguiation size. H. H. Holt has .con- ,aittecs.K-ere appointed: gated to scat the "guests" ior sup- per. ID addition to lhe ladies' commit- tee who are so kindly giving their services to assist in arranging the ig coni- sealed to superintend Ite wort, which is heing done by Commissioner Grace's department. He n'33 .reported thit the ground be ready in two iveeVs, when the club will be able to practice aul get in sbapc-to win the beautiful cup presented by'Mr. E. II. Mauasell, of Maclood, to foe team winning the mqst matche-s in tin1. Southern Alberta League The club Decoration Committee Messrs ANOTHER SMALL FORTUNE TO THE CHAMPION Chicago, March 17.-I1 Willie Hit-[ their rivals at a discount which they nera never able to overcome, the [narked up at the conclusion of that! lieriod Mag 15 to r. The professors have a fuiniSdabte i fee board of trade he'.it a meeting Friday lo tbc probable i effect that tlic charge of schedule or, {the C.I'.It. would have on iirt clle, lightweight champion, desires to line-up and the team lhai wins ialk Eolllills M5 ,lon. fill the coffers of soir.e San Kraocii- championship will havs to beat t jjanday ivas a musical day for Fer-1; The Salvaljon Army lar.fl gave a' Milwaukee coin, all lie r.eeus lo do is :o. affir his name lo a set- ol articles calling for a return engagement witli Ad Wolgasl at Milwaukee ar.d he will be given the- opportunity ot pulling down another sraall lie will ge-t the sante IUCEC as in the last Thft score: Professional mill, namely, a guarantee o! and privilege of !0 per cent, of the receipts. THEY HATE TO ADMIT IT Conlrast the difference In the ineth ods employed by the National iuague. Miko Doolin, rhlladelphla; Dick Egan, Brooklyn: Steve nvan, and Irfe ot lhe Nationals, are still on [ha fence. They'received .contracts from Ihcir respective clubs, and also from the FedE, aud aru now compar- ing Iho offers. The oM league have not realized tliat there is a war on. The American league "went after threo players and got them. The N'a tiorials failed to-set anr of (he men they wanted, because they refused to pay the price. Hidpath JFfsher .'ameron. Stewart DRWSOII FACTS OF STANLEY CUP SERIES Blackhurne, Dan son and Asijuith. Committee of Supplies and J. llarris, Inspector Lindsay, Stanford, Turner .and Black- Catering Palm- 'Three Out of Five Gan-.ts De- cides of Rules Tonight concert iu the open air from jlno to three o'clock and the City I I and Ferr.ie Coal Creek bantls 4 2 3 2 1 12 three to live. TI.e streets were lined with ruany people during the whole __ program, ivliich uas really excellent Ijlroiu to eijd. In the even- Jliss Marie Hlieuard sang "Face j Face" in Kr.ox Presbyterian 5 i church. The Ker. J. McQuariie, who has 1 0 Gray Hair Becomes Dark, Thick, Glossy Look years younger! Try Grand- ma't recipe of Sage and fhyr and nobody will kr.ow Alioost tliat Tea and Sulphur, proptrly compounded, brings back lhe natural aud lustre to hjir '-rvUeu (adeJ. streake-1 or ends dandruff, Itc-lilns and ttot-s falling haEr. Years RRO the oaily way lo get thU was lo inalte it al ivbtch Is muesy and troublesome. Now.-saayd ve simply ask at any drug store for "Wyeth'i Kase and Sulphur Hair Hcmeily" You gel a bollle for abo'Jt cents. Kverybody uses tjjis old, famous recipe, because im one- can possibly tell thai you darkened your hair, as it docs it naturally aud evenly. You rtauiptn a sponge or soft witli ti draw this through your taking one small sirand al a lime, by rrorning the grey !iair disappears, and alter another application or two. your hair becomes beauiiriilly dark, thick and >ou look years younger- J. D. boiham Co., Ltd.. EAT LESS IF KIDNEYS HURT I. H .C. J. Mcl'hco Sang R. McPhec. ITaight Xelson Campbell n_ Sf-ideiibacher and R- -McPhce. and McArthur; at the coast the Sy-iTAKE A GLASS OF SALTS WHEM Jr.oJ. rcturaed to Fernie on Friday j lc oi innco Messis. Kastr.fr, Miller, Herchtncr. Ingram, atvd Stewart who J i have bees altenditig the bonspiel at Vaticouvrr. rclurnctl to Ferine on Kri- l !day- miners, and cotuithslanding the ''SrPat sum of money paid out, there ahras r.ot one single arrest maile hy I the police for disorderly conduct or itlrunkc-ntipss- is there anotlier _ S western that can compare lords in this respect Chief Minly, ol the provincial po- The team that -xlue three, OFC.P1GEII1BUSY EVERY SPRING FOR THE PAST 25 YEARS THOUSANDS OF FLOWERS SET OUT lice, returned from a tour of in- jspfctior. of hcttls ia the Rast Kool- icuav disliict. v> out of five fixlures be the champions- The first game er, Holt, Wadding ton, SbeHon and Wm- Harris.. RossiEci andAVade. decided lo assist the Commissioners .-introduction Pornmiffee and Stcw- bl.lfce aril EsocutiTB Com- Saturday- was played under .X.H.A. rules, which comrrlse six men. The FecGnd tonight .Will rtayed under all matches and- practicing at derson part, and to advertise Hen- mittcc, together with four iadies to chosen liy the lollies' ,ittcc. if seven-men and v.'ill iritVoduco" the new Western v es, and so add to the revenue ol the, secretary reported many tick- ctfJlOt. r-arC tn Park. I.H-.H nnT.I street cars to 1 SIEETIN'a OF CLT3H IIKLD held at the'offices of Mr. tts had already hEeri.soId. ft was arranged to1 hold a further r igtrEral mcctine Saturday the 21st A general MaKh tfl lo tc_ Grandmere was completely immi- .for a period of possibly eight 7iiinules towards the end ol the sec- ond half. They cliecVecl wildly and used .their hndit'a with such obvious that or.c altcr'another was imt olf. They began slashing wildly ill the'puck, every man alike, and more than once the old stunt of lift- ing the pucle up the ice was tried. The defence men, played sterling games throughout-, fjnally steadied rlonn and lei.the other members ol the team-to'-do'the same, nut they 'were ohviously playing against over- whelming superiority throughout at least 20 minutes ol the hall. Vica.' Position Grandmero SlcCullo'Jgh Uoal (lautttt Otton Point Steptreson Creswell Cover Rirchie Rover Soffmaa Molislcy Centre Kelly Abbot itlght Mastel f.elt -Mcl.aiighlin Dejinadge, Moose Jaw. Montreal. EVEN MONEY ON WELSH- RIVERS..OO AT LOS ANGELES I.JM Mftitt, llnrch Frediile "Welsh, the British light- wejllht, and Joe Rivera, of I..O5 AH- were prepared todny for tbelr twenty ronnd. battlo at the Verho'h >rena at'3.30 this Both men weighed in at 13{ pounds, And Itlvors {tenied reports of roor triilnlngr, ivlth the declaration that tin tvkg to excellent condition. Tha bai- ling v.'as even. Jolm R. Palrorr on SalutOay last. A report of the annual meeting of the Southern Albccta Cricket- League was read (copy of'whicn.'appcared in the Herald on Saturday In ad- dition to Mr. J. U. 1'almer, Tvho is vice-president of-the league, Mr. J. Harris and 31r. A. J. Ulackburn.wcrc I port- progrrss. .ARRANGING MATCHES Matches for the Feason arc arranged Medicine-Hat, Maclcod, 1'indior Creek, Calgary, St, John's, and Calgary. Suitable accommodation, and after- noon tea wilt he arransed for all lad-" ies attending Uc matches. olfside rule in centre ice. In the third game, TV be ptoyciT'on Thursday, STANLEY CUP TONIGHT Call Up the Herald for Bul- letins on Progrtis Game Change of Tone Favorite spring training exercise: Inslead or telling hou- many bears and deer they killed last winter, tho ball players are now relating liow much llio Federal league offered them. tho fe'vfert btVrf lo X.-ll.Ar -and if1 H 'id ne- cjessarj- to morn, than ..three fixtures, the fourth will Jake place on. Saturday, 21st, and the series is a tie) on Monday, 23rd. This coming spring marks the twenty-fifth anniversary ot the crea- tion by the C. P- R. of the floral de- liartment which, though it is imme-; dlately concfcrned with aesthetic ci-'j been a splendidly paying C.N.R. CLAIMS C.P.R. SOLD. THEM LAND WHICH WAS UNIRR1- GABLE I) U., March 16.-Col. SACK IS ACHING OR BLADDER BOTHERS The American men and women must 3-jard constantly against Kidney tro'jultf, "uecause we eat too much and all our food is rich. Our Wood la 611- ed with uric acid which strive to filter put, they weaken from' overwork, become slugs'Bh; the ellm- uatlvc tissues clog and the result is ciney trouble, bladder weakness general .decline in health, When yoiir kidneys feet like lumps ol lead; your back hurts'or the urine s cloudy, full of seuimeut or ycu are obliged to seek reltel Iwe or threo Jmes during the night; if you cutter with sick headache or dizzy, nervous acid stomach, or you ha.ve; rheumatism when the weather Is Lad get from your pharmacist about four ounces of Jad Salts; 4tate a table- spoonful in a glass ot "water before for a days, and your kidneys wilt then act fine. This fam- ous salts IE made from the acid ot grapes and lemon juice, combined with lithia, and has been used for generations to flueh and stimulate clogged kidneys; to neolrallze the acids lu the urine so it no langer is source of. Irritatlou, thus ending blaildor disorders. Jad Salts is ineipeneive, cannot in- jure, makes a delightful cftervcaceut Hthla-water beverage, and belone Jn every home, because nohody can" make n mistake by harfng av good kidney Hushing any time. J. D. Hig- labotliara Co., pany began tentatively, and aitnost apologetically, it- seenicd, in a system which was marked, and which had to be marked, by a r.-Icntless i utilitarianism, that 1o introduce when yo'J wanted dividejiris was to J'slop pttr11, in an absurdly .itnetitnl way. The work, feehleas .vas done at the sla.rt, showed lifyuig results. The agents and The second garae of the Stanley. Cup sorio? ulll be played t at Toronto tonight.. The Herald will receive -btil- letina on the gtrae, and will be phased to give information, on lhe rrogress of lha match be- twecn 8 and f o'clock, or ua- til tho 'laal result is received. 'Phone DIFFERENCES IN THE WEST lull give the outlaws a lump Itiit .hurl, but Ihey htd lo toaiie the the llmll" lo ilo U. Horrible after this abuse, cen- sure >nrt ribald storming. It nho'jlfl develop that C. Webb Murphy Is on- ly a sood soMipr, obeying orders. AND X.TLA. RULES DEFINED PLAYERS MAY BE HANDED A MAJOR PENALTY FOR ABUSING MAY NOT KICK THE PUCK TO PREVENT SCORING OF A GOAL ernrr.ents at Victoria and Ottawa Col. Hall was dissatisfied with the pay received by his men and also objected to leaving tte striker zone accepted Ly Col. Sam Hughes, Miu- Announcement was made today that all 01 the remaining prosecutions AERONAUT MAY A BE GERMAN SPY that w'th a lit-; r'oters Jast arc to tie encouragement thtit native love ol ilowecs would be a factor which could PIcfs are he rfeperided on to m nearly all the cases and many of tlie men alrearty sentenced. The Pacific Coaat Hocleey rules are being useil in all the Stanley Cup three minutes (or each minor foul, no substitute allow. eil, ten minutes minimum with substitute for each major. Tliia looks like the best port of a nMially system, an-l its operation is being watcb- with interest by NJI..A. fans Lime-penalty system. nro dissatisfied with the hybrid fine a The acclaim with which. Oltava critlca receivc-cl the offside in ccntro of the ice" Idea of the ccoaters has started Toronto critics looking ovor tho I'.iclflc Coast Hcckey AMOClfttlon ruTo for other new Ideas. 'which, however) arc only roguo in aUornflte matches. They have several of difference outside of the penalty and no ofi'-sido zone In tlie P.C.H.A. goals. arc not changed to play off a lie. They go right McGRAW'S SALARY New York Manager Gets More THan Any of the Star Marlin. Texas, Marcli ty thousand dollarB a year Is tho salary received by .John J, Oraw, as mioager of the York Giants, according lo tho fi Idavlt by McOraw here, in accordanco with the Income la.x JQ.W. This far the salar- ies SRltl to be paid Speaker, "Ty" Cohb. and other stflra of the gamp. JTlR contract signed last winter IIBB four years more to ran. According to I'm report McGrAw's inconin from lascball last year .This in- dudeif liiH A.ilnry. hlfi flharc in tlic worlil'ft finrlns receipts, ami Inci- dentals from exhibition sames. ahead. track one may see a blaze of color as the' Uain_ rushes by. H is, now, tho time when the spring seetTs are hr.Ing sent In are put up, in carefully sealed pack- ages, 'at least 37 ob- tained, fto.-n many diverse quarters, but the wtiple forming, il a beautiful floral synthesis- Scores o! thomands- of these packages are heing sent .o'Jt along the line to the agents nnd section all in the em- ployment of the company who wll undertake to care for them ar.d take ;i pride in their growth. In the early tl thousands of bulbs arc sent out j jonquils, tulips, .hyacinths, daffodils and all the familiar which have their appeal in Abe- homes of "the agents wlicn they appear in bloom, fithcr in the earth LtseM or in gbss-vare cultivation against (he When these have gtatificrl tlic ore finished llieir courso, the seeds will it ready to come up ar.d thus Lhe year round, all over the vast svslam, tfiore- is a color scheme which has most inspiring effect. Tho company, has received many letters front Tho Coast rule prohibits a substitute from gettlnp; on tho Ice until tho Berlin, March Berliner, tho Germnn aeronaut, has' been Im- prisoned at Kirgtechanekl, Russia, since February 10, on suspicion of espionage. Berliner and two companions land- ed at Kirgtschanski In the Ural MoimtnlnE, alter'1! voyage of foriy- B6ven hours from Bltterfeld, Ger- many, setting a new distance record of miles for spherical balloons. He and his comrades were Immediate ly arrested, and in spite of official in> tercesalon have been detained there ever sijice by the SusEian police. THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING AND MALTING regular who Is withdrawn (s wholly i the- fercr. a rule wlilob is aadt nncdcd In (lie N.H.A. A lavorilo Ottawa trick was to losa out an extra man and tho play delayed until team sleaOicd when Iney were into the corner and complimenting it on the flora! dcp.iilmfnl, anrt testifying, i not cnlj1 to tlic aesthetic, but moral I effect of tlic jiattetres In frotit of the en (he long journej- Tiic Coast league vrbvldos a major penalty for players who usr. or profane language to spectators as well ns pfflclais. Tlterc arc no warnings on the coast for minor foiils, except when the lkcfepop kicks the puck to prevent tho scoring of a goal or n playor loafs offside. The. go.alkeeper la. warned ones, and for each subsequent oftenco fenced for threo mltiutna Tvithout substitution. A loafing playor ECU two wftrnlngs, arid then the gate. Thfl goalkeeper warned once for lying or kneeling on Hie tco, and ITien fenced for The CcsRtlcague calls for at lean cigbt players In uniform. Tlic N'.H.A. dcmnmls nho men In uniform. league rules definiloly jkrolilbit tlie ffidn? of puck ivHTilo ten feel of tho-ncls for any renfon, an'd no player Is ajkmfd five ffd of a fateotf. This is not a N.H.A. rule, but a custom Iho Tho Pacific league rules prohibit hard body chocking. A body check Is fair In the only when the player who makes Hie check IB stand- in? still or la elnwly. When B player Is skating fan ttio use of th CELEBRATED NATURALIST KILLED London, March John Jlnr- ray, ce-IohrAted naturalist nnd oceanogrnptier, of Edinburgh, was killed toilay-ln n motor car accident, Ills daughter Injured. knee, enforced. or fho'.tltlor is snd the rule to charging CATARRH OF THE BLADDER MtWTMl M 24 Hours T On Tap In The City THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING MALTING COMPANY, Liniited PHONE 554 ;