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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 30, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, MAKC1I 30, 1911 TUB "LfiTHBBIDGE DAILY HEUAXU HVK HAS MADE WONDERFUL STRIDES! TEAM IS OF THE Walcli Out for This Bunch of Classy Players This Year in ihe National W1MNERS OF BIG BOAT RACE IN ENGLAND SATURDAY (By Hugh S. Fullerton, Staff Special) Hot Springs, Art., -March Clarke tblnXs tbat if I uick I'ir- to win the National league veu- uani, the Pirates will be ]Inxed down ;nio ihe second division. Therefore, "I- nuial be content, to say that Hie Pi rales look io be strong contender. Clarke, by making thu most spec- iiirnlar trade of recent basebull ills- tory, has cleaned bis team or clash IIIR elements, and lie has in the field A fierce hiding infield; a pitching biaff tbat dues not seem as strong tin paper us thai of last spring, but IE now'a-working slaff; a. cntchlug staff nbqvfi majotl league average, and uu experimental outftelil. Let UB'e.vemtne Hie infield, the hlrer.Rth of the Ifcaro. Konelchy al tirst was for yen re rated among the best, and this EeaEOu, away from the t'arde, and inspired with new atnbi- lion, .he probably will come into his Vtoux al pecoiid has ail the earmhrks of a" comer. Waiter IB the chief stienglh. You T.ho have figured Honus as goac hack 3UC59 again. Tho ambition of tier's" life IE io quit while at the cli- max of Ills He reported tbis[ seastm'' lighter bml better than -in thick seasous.1 Then there Is Mike Mowrey at third.' For ten VPBTE Mike suf- fered from stftmanlt a farm of nervous dyspepsia. He claims he is entirely curefc He lookB belter, and is faster than he has been In s ev- yozrc. Tlie veteran" Infield is to be flank- by a makeshift outfield. Carey MONS. CARPENTIER LUCKY- Joe- .loariotts'a tirclrr, ou tviuictiit iiy vars. iliiivk ulut niisiit 1 poned lo doughty 1 tU Li: rVi-Ost Ham ia-ittwl Jyam-iuv With l-ansfovvl a? ULi opjuiiK-nt. it doubtful if Her cc.'iilU bs'.cd fi'lH'H [CHIEF ENGINEER NEWMARCH WILL PUT PARTIES IN 1 FIELD IMMEDIATELY I j for the I O' I thiif. tel Sowing frm o' " l i'l is f ft BEELL HAS TRAININGS METHODS OF i HIS OWN iliKorci.l m jraii'.iiig. Kiaui: tiotch rarely himself uy Iw.g ruiis lUo road, Kri-.l llwll spcr.ils '.cry liltlo liu.r i; a pyrnuasiiiLii. Aufii-j loaui fit- us; at (lie Feriile Motel. Fail- :K from a iiiduer iiis bead sirurk vn sharp corner. ijiilirtiiiR a Ho r.-il! ror.fiGcd lo ihc for Shf-iard, soloist, left on" for i.'ranbrouic, where sbe lias HL-II foL1 tv.-o lo i one of the theairtf. Tiio tif-atpn already uud ad van- j Inro- of OIL Sunday lo go to Tlic FeriLie-Cnal Creek Iiand gave a Tree sacrcil concert In the Grand Opera boiifc Sucduv yflertioon lo a largp andinnce, ar.d Ihe city band entertained many to an air pro- gramme from four to five o'clock. The Sahatiou Army band aleo put usi 4 INDOOR BASEBALL ASQUITH CHEERED (Coathvrd From Krcat The Indoor .baseball league at tbe V.M.G.A. IB fitrniphing more sport Tor one month's hunting trip." OI courfe, Hoell dnpFn't liavc matt weiebt take ofi. o'Jt of train- the members, tbau other line of _ a considerable liinc Ws n athletic endeavor. The league dorsn't vary rive'pounrts. He usually been going ab.oul a month, and a num-1 can be foimrt arousd {lie ISO ber of lively routesU imve heen the raark, and at that poundage ho is a order. The Gerald-Professional men 1 bear. rr-.-L--! LALLY EXPECTED TO PAY VISIT TO r.THE V TOWN Konhe, I'ae an- jgame last Mondav night ivas thu liot- test RfVair that has been imlled but for a.slubliorn conteEt the clasli OUTLAWS Uu Friday -night belireen Ihe Tele- iVila liotcli and Americus tiic cafe is different. The retired" champion gain 30 and possibly -ifl pounds after a few ol retirement, onj it Has Made Heavy In- roads, on Garuel's Internx- tionile Annislon, March' Qanzel, -.Hie llocbester International .teara, trailing ierti, bis ii was said today. piione men and the T.H.O. was not at' takw plenty of liard pynmasium work inferior. The Telephone boyslio Spt nim 'uark in linrj won tlio came. -They did it in (be j last innings. They were one run be- biurt when they went to -bal, and a of gate connections wilL'Reid- enbechcr's delivery decided tho fata of baUle.'- The'score was 12 to 11. The walloped the ball to all rorners of Ihc' ll.atlnfif.der-McDonald ties Jumped B I. the Federals, McHon'td -j......_, rcruit, IHC HU- -----------r hei't threa intkins0 from Great Falls, and McAr- mceilne of ilie Lacrosse flah the (ormerly was wlih-. the..Boston Sa: I t n ____ .___ _r Hnvinla A__ J" I I I UJU II1CII IIUUILICL tbur. form .ilopWpsvnic blficers wero ifon. Accord lap to Vandcu their opening ing station, but ptlcher with an WINNIPEG LIKELY TO HAVE ENTRY AT ENGLISH HENLEY Winnipeg, Man., March probabilities are. thai Winnipeg Hoiv- club wih lie renpsentod at (lie English Henley Ibis summer, accord- ing to the statement of President Con Hlleyr hul whatever crciv is chos- en to make the trip wilt in no WAV There'.is an immense amount of preEldcni; W. R. WilEon: hon.' vice- agreed tbat, i resign from tha House of Commons, I, therefore, in accordance with the law, retire Trotn he House until niy constituents snail inve given thctr approval ot my of this office." of th- Army In the courae of his speech in tbe" Colonel Seely said: "Grave Issues have beer raised, which may mean that the irhole iinny system may have to he Ministerial cheers greeteJ the re- mark, which was iuleroreiefi as aiijr- gestins tlie democratization of the Army. Viscount Morley, in replying to a quettion put by Lord Curzon in tbe HO-JPC of -Ixirds, fldmltted that he had offended a Cabinet rule. Ashed how it happened tbat "if Ihe government felt compelled to withdraw the paragraphs, anJ Col- onel Seely to resign, we have the goad fortune of seeing; Viscount Mor- ley still in charge of this the President of- Ibe Council replteJ: "I will answer that ouestlon. moro or Jess satisfactorily tomorrow, per- SMOKER CAUSES TWO DEATHS There is. one clement thai nnut be considered: Clarfco 1ms Die "best lie- R. .1. E'arii: secretarjMreas- ..urer. Kirkpatrick: 'catitairi, folk; Wait, semi-pro., and liaved hail club in-America, f iloiiiit Todhunter; train or, Kaflro, a Chicago yo-jlh, are oth- er catchers. Bane Adams, "Cooper, McQuillan, if there is one man