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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, MAY 19.15 THE LET H BRIDGE D A 11, V HERALD' PAGE TH.REH K) MANY SERIOUS CHARGES MADE AGAINST CHICAGO STUD- ENTS Chicago, 111., .May of .ill officials iu'lnter-cliurch bas- by spectators, profanity, thefts from gymnasium Kickers, from liutols and railroad trains nsctl by church, proj) ami hiyli school baseball, football and basketball players, ami vliolesaJo playing of "ringers" by couches, wore some of thi; charges inado against Chicago Rinateur teams by Fnruk'iin W. Johnuou, principal ot the university school. Tim charges, read in a paper before Ilio Middle West. Society of Physical Education urn! J-lygierte, created ;i fur- ore today In aiiddle West amateur circles. "Tlii.s declared Prof. Johnson, "may sometimes be traced to the students, aRain to (lie coach, tiie principal, or other member of the faculty; sometimes U is shared by all." LIEUT. GEO. RICHARDSON Of Kingston, rmmrtc'l woundoil in Fran j.v. He is ono of the greatest hockey players Canada ever produced. G. Yancy, Edmonton A. liners ami Bums. C. Bell, U. of A. JOHN BARLEYCORN Following is the official list of ama- teur boxing and wrestling champions of Alberta, established at the provin- cial tournament at Edmonton last Fri- day and Saturday; BOXING Alex. Talt, Edmonton A. 2, Norman, Lethbridge. Clarence Hardy. Edmon- ton A.C.; 2, W. Rnnkln, Edmonton A.C, C. Tait, Edmonton A.C.; 2, Clarence Hardy, Edmonton A.C. Forrest Day, Athabasca Landing; 2, no award. I Convey, Calgary Y.M. 2, H. McDonald, Medicine Hat. j 158lbs. R. C. E. C. Annie by default. WRESTLING W. P. Edmonton Y.M.C.A.; 2.. no award- P. Lewis, Lloydminstcr; 2, H. Croil, Ciiijjarv Y.M.C.A. H, White, U. of A.; 2, P. Lloyminster. A. E. Owen, Edmonton A. 2, G. Sulhsrland. Calgary Y.M.C.A. 175lbs. and E. C. Van Pat- ten, U. of A.; 2, Patti-Sutherland, to be decided. 175lbs. and H. W. Trelly, Edmonton A.C.; 2, no award. MILITARY BOXING 1, E. Tomlins, 49th Battalion, monton; 2, A. F, Sciuaire, 3rd C.M.R., Medicine Hat. BASEBALL NATIONAL w. ret Philadelphia 12 -1 .750 Chicago 1! B s-'7 Uiuiloii 8 7 .533 Cincinnati a .5 St. Louis ID MAJESTIC I B09WORTH INC. OFFER THE MOST WIDELY DISCUSSED PHOTO DRAMA OF THE DAY B 7 9 llrooldyn 7 10 12 10 PiUsbiirg New York 'saol .412 11 .204 I .2811! I JOHN BA JACK LONDON'S OWN LIFE STORY POWERFULLY TOLD. SHOWING ALL THI NIFICENT "GRAND" WECK IN THE MAG- THEATRE, CALGARY. (Called in Conpcr ith, Gibson; With the PROHIBITION Question such a vital Issue in Canads, it becomes the duty of every Man. Woman and Child in Letilbridge to see and learn the message given to the' world in "John Barleycorn." Uetorc You Decide which way yoinvill Vole, see "John iianeycorn." New York i'liiladelphia 3 l''ruinmc, Kittrr awl Meyers; liOKtOIl Brooklyn Kuiiolph er. 2 8 1 3 5 I and Gowdy Dell and .Mill- dial- i i Buy Sporting Goods NOW OFF ALL ATHLETIC GOODS-- All this Week, Except Tennis Bails Footballs and Golf Balls This special discount is good only until PER CENT Special Discount to Clubs Saturday Next, May 8th Send for Sporting Catalogue TENNIS RACQUETS The famous B. A. Racquet made in Can- ada from special gut that will remain in the samo condition under temperatures, anil the frame is absolutely guaranteed to keep its shape. Prices: and TENNIS BALLS The famous Slazengers, Busseys, B. A. 1915 malie. Each 45C, or per dozen net. Last season's Tennis Balls 25c each FOOTBALLS We have hcen able to secure the vaiuas over offered In this line, made from best cowhide anfl hand sewn: Genuine. McGregor, price Forward, price Olympic, Hermes, Lampus. Eitra Para RuHber .-gj, Fi-fcG Football gQj. Prico each........................... ROLLER'.SKATES The famous Winslow Skate is unequal-let! in the .world for of design, material and workmanship. Adjustable to fit any size boot. The Columbian ...........95c .Boys' Pattern, Patent Ball bearing, 50 per pair RIFLES Savage Junior, .22 Sale Prico -1.............. UttlQ Seoul, -22 Sale Price Winchester Model, Price each................. FISHING TACKLE FISHING RODS From 25c up Special Steel Fish Hooks, per dozen.....5c FISHING LINES Prom :lOc up to......... Spinners, Trolling, Basting Spoons aiul Baits from 35c up "V BASEBALLS c, 25c, 33c, 55c, 75c and UNIFOEMS The very best values that can be obtained; No. CIS, Greeu and navy, suit No. 67. grey; jjjg QQ snir .....r MASKS BASEBALL (Boys' Outfit) Glove, Bat and Ball 75c and Our line of Baseball Goods, for value, style, perfect, material and adaption to the game, cannot foe equalled. FIELDER'S GLOVES 35c, 75c, and CATCHER'S MITTS and BASEMEN'S MITTS BASEBALL BATS 5, 35? 50, 75c, ivi and and The Alberta Saddlery Co. 306 5th Street South (Only 'three league j AMERICAN iVcw York io 4 Detroit. 13 i> Chicago............................ 11 8 Washington Uo.sion Cleveland St. Louis Philadelphia I'd. .711 .B81 TONIGHT "THE THIRD ACT" TWO .REKLK "OLD DOC YAK'1 "THE ADVENTURES OF -TJiE LEAF THE WATER TOWER" "THE TROUBLESOME CAT" SAMMY ORPHEUS" Coupons for One Hundred Votes will be given with every ticket purchased Wednesday and "Black Box" Black Box Matinees at 4.15 Wednesday and Thursday. Children 5 cents. (i Si .278 T NORTH CAROLINA MAM CLAYBIRD CHAMPION rJriJadc-'phia 4 12 0 New York 8 (i 0 Bush, Bressler. and Schang and Lapp Fischer and Sweeney. j Washington, at Boat on, postponed, jivet grounds. FEDERAL L. Pet. I Chicago............................ 12 5 .706 'Pittsburg 11 8 .579 'Newark 11 .579 j Ilrooklyn 10 Kansas City 3 (St. Louis (Baltimore......................... 7 12 [Buffalo 6 13 i First iPHtsburg Brooklyn Heam ami Bern- Land. Xe'iv York, N.Y., May L. byon of Durham, N.C., stioot- ing under the colors of the New York A.C.. wen the tenth annual of Ameri- ca at c'lay hirds over the Trav- ers island traps of the NCK- York A.C., today. Second prize was taken hy A. L. Cham- berlin, Bridgeport, Conn. Irrigation .551; .500 i CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE 1 10 .1121 .3CS i! 3 1 Ujihain .316 0 0 8 0 and Second Pittsbulg Brooklyn 12 2 Didfsori, Camnitz, JJargcr and i Conner Seaton and Watson. [Kansas ii 7 Blackburn, Hemiing, Harris Brown Smith and Owens. 9 1 10 0 and Chicago ..................................7 11 1 Bufialo 392 Johnson and Fischer Hedient, and Allen and ilarshall. (Nro other games INTERNATIONAL W. L. Pet. Toronto .Providence Montreal BulTalo Hichmond 'Rochester i Jersey City................... I Newark 1 .750 .667 .500 .500 .500 .500 .333 .250 [Buffalo.................................. 373 Newavf: 1 Bader and Lalange Schmultz Heckinger. Montreal............................... 5 10 7 11 Cochrehan and Howley 31'orrise and Schuafle. Toronto Jersey Cii Providence-Rochester, poned, cold. game post AM. ASSOCIATION Columbus 2, Indianapolis 4. ClentJmsd LoiiisviJle 5. Jlilwaukec o, St. Paul 1. Kansas City at Minneapolis, post- poned, wet grounds. NORTHWESTERN Vancouver 1, Spokane S. Seattle 3, Aberdeen 1. Tacoina 5, Victoria 2. LOOK HERE CAtUES MEET WEDNESDAY A meeting of the Gallics Vootba'il club will be held in the Y.M.C.A. at S o'clock on Wednesday night. RIFLE CLUB MEMBERS The season of indoor shooting clos- about IS tons (o the acre. The beet tops sell from to ?T.OO per acre, I and are used for silage and for fer- tilizer. The puli) from the factories is used to feed toobless ewes. Stable manure is used on the fields and brings 50 cents a ton. During the fall and winter sheen are fed in f this district. Alfalfa, bailey and corn j are used for feed. The sheep are fat- n'tened-and shipped east. So great is the production of sugar bents that in a territory 30 by 25 miles, six largo sugar factories operate. The labor problem is solved there by Russian- j German immigrants, 'ivho are very in-, dustrlous antl able workers. "We might encourage these men to come said -Mr. Marnoch. "If we 'could settle our labor difficulties in f this way find improve the management j ot the sugar factory we cou'id be as- j a paying industry. At pre- sent labor is our greatest difficulty." Small Farms j The farms, in the Port Collins dis- trict average tiO acres is ex- ceptional. But where sugar beets net us high as an acre, the fanner is assured of a good income, even on a small plot. The farmers in the Fort Collins district are often handicapped for want of water o'wing to irrigation companies freezing them out. "Noth- ing -like that cao happen in this said Mr. -Marnoch, President Marnoch was greatly tak- en by the educational institutions in the Port Collins district. In Fort Col- lins is an agricultural college having an enrollment of GOQ.pupiis. The col- 91 lege students are mainly from the andlcity- with few from the farilJK- (become teachers in various branches i of agriculture, or .else practical farm- 2 ers. The college course lasts four 2 I years, and includes agriculture, farm- j ing, livestock breeding1, veterinary work, engineering work and hydro- graphic surveying. Mr. Marnoch 3 j spoke of the elevating effect on citj 1 j life of .such, an institution. He then Alberts: "Edmonton has the university, Ca1 gary a normal school and a technical school, Camrose a normal school. Lethbridge nothing! And whose fault, is it? own. We've been sitting by and not taking enough no- tice of these educational institution We'll have to get to Mr. Marnoch gave a very interesting narrative of his travels .in Oklahoma Wyoming and Colorado, describing the he visited. After his address an informal di1? ciission took place regarding the Jrri gallon situation. Mayor Hardic pressed his opinion that, it would TIP some time before Lethbridge, .would feel the benefit of the development of tlie C.P.R. irrigation tracts. "When the nroject becomes a tact, saild Ur. Harilic, can Jook for a development of this cit> right a'way. In that district we the men on all ready for the water. When it conies .in the ditch, wo will see increased production and prosperity." He expressed his inten- tion of agitating for this project wnen. he goes down to Ottawa on the unem MEET ME AT THE SEMPRF PARAMOUNT Time Tonight CHAS, RJCHMAN in America's foremost comedy THE MAN FROM HOME Five Parts of Magnificent Scenery and Excellent Acting. Two Rattling Good Comedies "A TANGO TANGLE" With CHAS. CHAPLIN and FATTY ARBUCKLE. A FLURRY IN ART Songs by MISS ELEANOR MORAN THE LYRIC QUARTETTE omorrow and ROSE OF THE RANCHO" 'A Lasky-Belasco Production in Five Parts Thursday THE DANCING VERNONS VAUDEVILLE AND The Great Society Dance Artists The Pets of the Best Society in the and Dined in the Most Aristocratic Homes THE VERNONS SAM KIKE HERMAN BILL1E BROWN Character and Songs Latest Song Hits CHANCY ENTERTAINER THE PATH OF SORROWS Thrse Reel Feature Type that Pulls the Heart Strings ALSO TWO REELS OF EXCELLENT COMEDY Wednesday night. Strong Contest! Forty Onions will be Peeled and Eaten by Eight Kids. AND 10c. AND 15c. ONE OF THE BEST GONE ed at the end of April and no more meets wft] be held, Re a of v. guns and ammunition for tho out-of- door range, ivill say that in a receift cGinnnmication Col. Cruikshank voic- es'his regret at being unable to advise when a supply would be ow- ing to conditions well Known to all. D. f. Cue, Sec., L.R.A. CASUALTIES AMONG OFFICERS AREV HEAVY i fierce nature the recent fighting in Flanders is demonstrated in the heavy British of- ficers' casualty list's nested here tliis week end. No less than 163 names are published, m; up of 13 killed in action, four dead vf. wounds, mid 141 wounded. ployed problem conference. The meeting closed by a hearty ot thankg being teudereil lo Pre sillent for his 'work in the la t two weeks and dress. KAUFF NBVV York, for Ills excellent ad TURNED BACK N.Y., .May Kautt, outtieicier of tlie Federal league, -ivho jumped to the New Yoik Nationals, and turned back oy that chili to the Brooklyn' Federal was last night indefinitely suspended by President Giimore of the Federal le'ague. President Qilraore'said; 'I do not know 'what the ultimate disposi- tion of Kauff's case will be. He will stand suspended Until 1 see tit to lift the ban." at Milk Hiver, May Milk er baseball team were badly outplassT ed in a game commenced at Milk; River today against a team of. "scrubs" gathered at random around town and known as the ''Yaunigans." The "Yannigans" were first to bat and llie first IiaH pitched was sent to rieht flcld and a home run scored1. In all, three runs were made in the first inning ami the Milk River team came back with two. The second inning was a blank for eacli team, but the superiority o! the "Yannigans': very evident and in the third inning they made an- other three runs against, one ton their. opponents. This made the score G to I 3 in favor of the "Yannigans" which, appparcd'to dishearten the captain of i tlie "Milk River'' team lie called the game on" and forthwith gave the excuse that his team jonly out for batting practice; even though notice of the game had been j posted around .town for a week prc- vious. The line-up was as follows Thomson, p.; F. J, Htatter. c.: Oeo. R. Smith, lb.; II. I Walking, H. Leffinfiwcll, Jos. Schmitz, ss.; Guy Prosser, ri.; B. K. Johnson, ff.; J. Lafayette, cf. Milk H. Stewart, p., H. 0. Smith, c.; Juil. Foley. lb. Rol. Smith, 2h.; J. Quinn, 3b. C. A McMillan, ss.; J. HoR, rf.[ C. Miiler, If.; C. cf DUFFY t raindnn athlete, winner of the Wird imrathon 1912 llamilt n Her aid road race, the. Boston marathon, 1914, and the first Canadian to finish in the Swedish Olympic Mar- athon, rwho is reported .dead of wounds EDDIE AINSMITH FREED Washington, D.C., May Ainsmith, catcher for tbo Washington baseba'il club, ecsnp' cd i JO day i ul sentence without tbo option of a fine, for car motormau, when Judge >Pugh in poMco court yesteidpj reLonsidered his original sentence nlaced him 04 probation aud fined nta {at) 00, ;