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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 26, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE GIANTS PICKED TO REPEAT APRIL 14 BIO LIAQUES OPEN SEASON'S SCHEDULE-NO PHINOMS IN 3IGHT BERLIN INTERMEDIATE HOCKEY TEAM, CHAMPIONS OF THE O. H. A. (By lUl Sheridan). Kew York, March 26. - Basp.ball training camps in, the aouth will he ile.serled wilihiii anoth�r week and tho big noises in the diamond sport will begin working northward by easy stages to await the tap of the gons A|irll 14, when National and Ameri-o.,n Irajjiie pennant chases will he on. 'Iraining camp news ban failed, so far, to develop any phcnonis of the first mugnitude RincTng the retvuils, nUboiigh it is certain that many new njinfS will grace the box scores when Ihe (irst games are playe.1. All Uic, teninswill Start north in fairly good condition, according to reports, and if the weathetmaii is kind in April the peimant races shoulil he hot from the start. - I'lCK ATHLETICS AND GIANTS All hands concede the Giants ii fourth straight championship in thr Xatioiial circuit. With the exception of Shaier and Hftr.og-, McOraw will .Mtarfc,>. the . geason with his IS)]3 world's title contenders intact, lie bus ,T wealth of material to draw on should injuries crop out during the sps,son. With their wonderfu^l showiiiji; last year, fans believe the. Athletics will ofip again this sea�on. "Mack needs a .^outlipaw," hiis hecii the word liurled ncirTu from the Athletics' training camp, but this critic seems to hRvc ! CHAMPIONS forgotten ihe work ol veteran Eddie Pl�nk in the regular games and world's series .last fall. Any manager would covet a southpaw of half the calibre of IMank, and the veteran may bo replied upon to win many games for Mack again this year. Try a "Wolfe Toddy" -the ideal "nightcap-hot water, lemon, and sugar, and a wineglassful of Wolfe's Schnapps. (Jolfe*s Schnapps you will sleep "like a top" and wake up in th e mo m-ing refreshed and free from aches in the joints and pains in the back. Wolfe'n Arorottic Schiedam Schnapps is unaquallcd as a tonic and in its beneficial effect on the liver and kidneys. OiMnM ml all HcieU Dlitributors HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY. SHORT STRETCHES AND FAST ; WORK FOR ENGLISH CREWS GE C. LSALL REAOY FOR SUMMER p. R. WILL SPEND MUCH MONEY IN MAGRATH DISTRICT ON THIS WORK Magiath, ".March 25.-Spriiic; activity is appajcnt on cvpry tiand. espcri-ally is lliiii true oi the prep^ialions bclni; mailc by the t'.I^.Il. inr thamsa>, vagrancy, twenty days' hard lal-.or. At tlip provincial court S. T. Alexander dismissed the case of \Vm. (Golems. The Hon. U. It. itos.s has returnee! ir;t(^d largely in oii lands. I Cambridge Show Improvement-Ox-I ford Hitting Satisfactory Clip under the directii>ti oi an assistant engineer who will also be stationed at ,'�hi!�riitli, has returned from the Old 'Coiuilry, �')ipre lie i he winter, Mr. :ind .Mr.s. Sniitli. caret,ik-nrs oi llie Mimratli iieadgates, .�in arrive from abroad some time i.his week. A lar;i;e gang of men and teams are already at' work removing the immense accuuiuhitions oi sanil that perioriiCidly gather at the head-! sates. On the completion of this job, | the outfit will move easit to I''itteen | !\lile Lake for aboul two weeks, .inri \ then westward again to Spring Cou-j lee, v.liei-e the reuiainrler of the woric I uill be p.vetuied. ' With the approach of Raster there'_^^^^^^_ is a noticealile stimulated interest in ''T7 T^TTT"^ Tv! l^J CTL'aIa the local church choirs. There will ! i''**^:' and saied forth. I-Ie intended likelv be special services held in i^'j'^>-^ "'^ '''"Ko"^" ^'^J"^^'^^ oi ll,e . thurches, ubich naturally 1 sl^orekeepers m the c,ty. m ' i exchange lor a grub stake with which STOLEN TRUNK MYSTERY SOLVED (Continued From Front Page) 1 Tjondon, Marcli 25.-Both ot the ; boat race crews put in some hard work under deliglitl'ul weather conditions today, each eonfining their efforts to short atretches o'.' fast work. Readin" left to right, top row-II. Boettger, rover; L. Seller, s^jcretary-treasurer! trainer; V. Seibert, lel't de- Cambridge, who showed some im-Truskinski, right defence.- Middle row-0. Solomon, left wing; H. K. W.ettlauffer, hoiu president; Dr. T. .provement on yesterday's perform- fence; F. H. Callahan, president; If. Wisrner, manager; A. Leroux, centre, worth, goal; J. Timm, spare. Bcttom row-E. Koschmnin, right wing; G. llalns- MACLEOD WILL HAVE FAST BASEBALL TEAM AGAIN IN THE FIELD FEDERALS CLAIM 92,500,000 HAVE BEEN SPENT BY THEM Chicago. 111., March 25.-The Federal league hag spent bo far in it� campaign the sum of 12,600,000, ac-cordtug to reports given out today by President CHIkiore. Tho .Kp�a