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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 5, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta 'X fSt; it 0' THE LITHPKIDGIS UAlLTt H KHALI) PAGE FIVE PWYEO M CANADA Calgary And "Saskatoon Win- ning Teams-Big Crowd Vi GAME "AT THE HAT Medicine Hat, Western Canada Baseball league opening, Me dicme Hat Kcgina, hero today, postponed pa account of rain and snow CALGARY BBAT JAW May i In one of the worst that visited Cal- vary in the opening game of the Western Canada league schedule was played before a crowd of fans, who Hatched Walter Frink pitch Ronderiul ball lit, fanned 13 of the Moose Jaw batsriien and alloy, cd but four hit', but for a costl} error bv in very abort Uk. Hull Croll, iti would have been a shut? out came The score was 7 lo 2 Calgary's first two runs come in tho1 third inning Pipei and Rev nolds scored on Croll's1 long single Concannon wab chased from the motuul hv the hard bitting Bronks in the fourth inning Three runs had crossed the plate in that inning and bases Pill hen HarahJ.ook up the burden. Another tun crossed Jie plate before the new tvurlei retired the side. During the remainder of the game he patched verv good bill Only one other run Caigarv In the seventh Thonipson tripled and scoied Croll from first _ The s-coie Moose JaW 200 000 000-2 4 1 002 100 11 1 liarali and Koll} Prink and Hyan WONSTFR OHOWD AT EDMONTON Edmonton, Alta May 1 toon opened the ball season here to- diy bv defeating the Edmonton in an excellent exhibition of hall, bv" flic scored oii5 to 3 Cadreau, the big In diau tvvirler, whom Bill Hurl6v cured from ancouver, held tlie I5s'ii- mos entirolj at hi? merev until the ninth, onij one man reaching second base until that period In the last, inning Spencer, vho was, put in to hat for Pitcher Russell, secured a single, Fortier duplicated his perfor- mance, and Povej brotight in both with a home run For a moment it looked dangerous for the Quakers, but the .other batters failed to pass first The ctowd was the biggest evct icen heie, the official count being The, day was cold and clotidv, _aml this, lessened the consiil rrahlv Before the game there was o monster parade, ovei a hundred an tomoblles and fvro bands taking part The feature of the afternoon was a spectacular catch bv Mills, Saskatoon's left ficldet, vvlio got his run, thus cutting off looked like a home run The score Saskatoon 001 100 Edmonton 000 000 Batteries Cadreau jnii Walters Russell and Lomieuf en hla place n'th.e firtt catcher for the St Louis With Larry McLean go te to the rlew York Giants there is no one left to disou'e the mam backstop job with Ivy, although Snyder, a recruit, will doubtlessly work In copildcrablt number of games There are lavcrit National league managers that' would like to trade Miller Muggins out o1 the red-Headed Wingo, but thj bait would hive to be very prom'slng btfore Huggina would fall for It. LAWYER WINS BET THROUGH HANK O'DAY (By Fullerton) Bob Cantwell, the Chicago at- torney, ard Hank O'Day, the Cub manager, been friends since boyhood. One day at Q'game Caiitwell remarked: bet a" .dinner 1 can make Hank1 put-me out of the grouri'dB." The wager was promptly seized upon. In the first made a decision "What1' jelled Cantwell "Why, you achromatic teleeppetroscope'' -wihced and glared toward the stand, ''Ball'" he decided a moment lat er. yelled Cantweli, "you tetrakishexahetlronical crystal! Hank whirled and glared at him. For two innings Cantwel) heap- ed the dictionary upon him, and finally he yelled: "Why, you teatidunarotts pachy- derm That was. too much. Hank coll- ed a. cop, and ordered Urn from the stands. DAN RUSSELL CAPTURED CHESTE'i VASE AT 10-1 mm WELCOMED NEW FRENCH-CANADIAN TEAM SEEKS OUT OF. IT Ont... May The Otta- wa Lacrosse ehib was welcomed back Into the National Lacrosse Union, af- ter year by President Janies" Muiphy, on Saturday ulght The motion to grant Ottawa a fraa- voted unanimously Joliu Dtuidaon of the Montreal club stated that 'he liad an unofticial ap- lillcatlbh admission to the union from la :Freucti-Canadian team. This means tliat the Union may consist of EOven clubs this .year, provided Sher- .brbdk'e decides to remain in. The iieagiie would then comprise Ottawa, MoutrBai, Gornwaif, Shamrocks, St. Thomau, Aquinaf, Sherbrooke and tbe French Canadian team 'St.-. Catharines' club withdrew its application, and Pi evident al sb'stated that- .the Toronto clubg had decided to stay out for another year Peter honorary uresident, and President James Murpln of To- ronto, Tiere re elected Many Important revisions of the NATIONAL St Louis 8 9 3 Chicago 170 Robinson and Snyder Lavender, Pjeras, Seahel and Hresimhan. Philadelphia 7 13 S Boston 10 15 2 Alexander, Ocscheger and Killifer Rudolph and dowdy Brooklyn 382 New, 500 liculb'acli and JJoCorty MaUtewaon and Meyers Pitlsburg-Clnclnnati, rain. AMERICAN New 'iork 10 5 Keating Sweeney Cashion, Ajresi Englt and Ainsmith Detroit. Cleveland Dubuc, Rernolds and Stanage, James, Kahler, Mitchell and Carisch. bjlaws made The union Chester, Fng "Uav Chestei play ten men a side with the same Vase o! -i'Moo 'or three and, four width of ground; The question of jcar olds, distance won lodaj lij hold Dcrln 's thtce )car old Dan Husscll bv Chaucer Keltic Sorrel, 10 to 1 >''s H Plutmner's three .ycat old Colonel 20 to 1 second, J B Jotl's lour jeat old Magic, was amatpurs piaytng nith professionals the faiorilc al C to jfine horses star-ted. 5 "was third. JOHNNY McGRAW'S REP. AS PUGILIST HASTEN RUDELY DISSIPATED BY A SERIES OF SWATS FROM BEHIND New York, NY. Mav i ileGraw, leader of the- New York Giaits (when not prone on the ground after_A from jbehlnd' X_ be wearing u fotn-ipaf clover in, bis Uttfe bootees these or dangling a horse-shoe from tiia sleu der, Grecian neck. There seems to be no other war of explaining away the fact that it's been, almost three now since anybody 4 has hit him 'fiom behind" But John ehoulda't get too enthu siastic ov er the wallop preventing rs of the tlie horseshoe or ever it ig he's toting around on person The season Is still young "Jaw U'B" trouble making tongue is m woiking ordet, and who but some dav in the immediate future some one will repeat tbe pcr- !ormarce of Messrs Nennmu, firen nan, John Kollv, 'BugB' Raymond T.ud Dan McGauu Somcbod} ought to feel Borry for because he's been hit "from ton, Tex., flnd Brennan, once of Phil- aflolphla, soak "Jawn" on the sending to tlie ground Does Jawn get up and soak back7 No, he doesn't. Ho JustJlats out-a because he's Been hit "from shriek about' being-.soaked' from be'- behind" so frequently and BU effect j hind, vv alts until iprotectlng teairi But Vve're afraid tnat lolin is I mates arrive, and Olen bravely rises hands on a long clo'Jt attest a haid'not so well loved tuat tjie mmpath iback into a standing and 8 3 otic feeling Will be general But, BB afore mentioned, John to bo BEIN8TATEP KELLY AT OTTAWA Jttftna, Ont, lln' 1 tlla an mialjmeeting of 'Iho Canadian Canoe asgociatiou held here this George Kelly of "Montreal, the w paddlei and football was reinstated to amateur tanks bi that body. CONNELLY AND AMERICUS MATCHED .Vancouver, 'Coimel- Ij, claimant for the world s heavj .weight, wrestling title, has hoeu matched for a return'bout with Am- Theyr are 'scheduled to meet this cltyon-June 11. Are You Buying a Cycle? SEE US BEFORE YOU DO All., tiib best makes in stock, as Brantfcrds, Peifects, Cjnis Phillips, and Standard Cscles Specifications, the Best of Evciythlng Best allow ancea on old ma chinos Cash or payments Oeniiino 3 S A Cyc-las built to 'order, anil 1 speed Gears fitted; fiill Iliie of ncesSforles. Repairs, 'Plating arid Rnariiol- ilnir i Lethbridge Cycle Co. St with Not only hac iia been struck from behind" and driv en to Mother Earth in a crumpled heap on sundry lie has been robbed of his the reputa- tion of being a scrapper, i In the Mjarn that- have gone, John used to kid the believing that as a punchinc person even Tim Jeffries Jiad veiy little on him And the gullible pubjic used to believe it The} thought 'Jawn" had made a he have gone into the business of "whjto poping" And now, all of a sudden like, along come Newman of Hous calling the uev-snaper men lo him, tells tlicm wliile ho rubs bis I 'was soaked from beniiid Had the coward awaited me "when I was looking, I'd beaten him into minco meat. But ho soaked me from, be In conclusion on this subject, might bo only fair to iUe'Bars. .'New man, Hronnan ahd tho btUef liaye swung upon "Jawn." from the rear to state .that they assert, .they dh not swat "front but passec declaied illegal WRESTLER IS BURIED Freddie Boerr Is at St Louis St. Louis, May funeral of Freddie Doerr, 'wrestler, took oh a local undertak- ing Dderi- died at the home of his mother in St. liouis, a victim of tub- erculosis. Doerr figured as a princi- pal In. UieMorigest catch-as-catcli-can match on record, years ago. Mike Christ was the other participant. The match took place at Coucordia hall, Soubh St. anid lasted alx hours It was a draw. ''Doerr was a tailor by trade; BARftlEAU AND ANDERSON MATCHEP B.C., Ma'y BarHeau, former amateur Tvcltor- welght chamiJlou of Canada, and Bud Anderson have been matched for a fifteen round contest here on May 25. In'their first bout last December, An- derson won, by the knockout route in ten rounds. a tip as to what "i coming jUBt before they started the wallop and that "Jawn" was looking directly at them when tliey.swnng. And they clalui'to have witnesses to back them up. AMERICAN WINS COURT TENNIS MATCH FROM MILES J. O. Crane of Boiton Semi Final of BritishAmnteur I ondon May 4 In the setui tina'i TORONTO HORSE MAS BIG SHOW ATTENDANCE Toronto, Ont., May "Witira bum attendance, Uie horse" show for to a close at 11.30'ou Sat- urday tlie awarding of for ;the final, of the high round Pf the British Amateur Court tennis championship, at pointing The liars ncre only raised Queen s Club tdilai J O Crane, jr to high as sit feet Inches, anfl of Doston, beat Eustace ll Miles, the ll difficult nt tills for the English nlayei> 05, 0. to over 'rile flrat went to Marathon, exhibited by H H Mr Crane will mee H M Bawlln, SnoH ottOTB o ham the fonnei champion In the finals Victory in the finals it 11! Him Saturday m'eriiing the pony classes 10 lltle, as the present chainv ou. LltlonM. not going to ,B B Oiielpli, wua ndjudgetl tlie saddle pony shown, nnti got the ribuon icar in defence HIGH JUMP RECORD SMASHED iceson of tho Stiu-Krrthcistf.o.Olymiifc. bioko tliq lecord in the ueli jump at-.tbe Pacific, conference neet heie cleirlng i1 o inr at six feet soyon ami five eighths nches fiMi clsliths of'nil inch lilghci tli.iu moik I ude li> looito llorlnc. CATARRH or-rut BLADDER hDiiilli '24 Hours; feck Ml bean I LACROSSE OUTLOOK AT COAST RATHER GLOOMY Vancouver, B.C., May 4. crosse affairs are quiet on the coast, With- ten of last year's players sign-i the New Westminster club will hojd the first official work out of the season this week. The'Athletics of Vancouver, held first practice ago, and half. a.dozen regu' those vfho wore not a people of autonomous states He spoke of tbe thriving trade of the and under the a year, averaging to the Lead of its population No country was more loyal to the Empire than few Zealand Seeing Canada as he passed through uo ivuo impressed with its great possibilities This centurv would bp .0 the Dominion iVhat the last century was to tbe United'States. "Our Honored Guest" Mr. Conybearo1 said that. Mr. HUB sell missed the greatest Secret.in. Em- pire greatness in recognizing justice There nag bometliing greater than that, which conduced to Imperial might. Britain's strength iaj in the men who had laid down their lives Uie building up of tbe Empire These men showed them greatness, ant made their influence: fel'J by. taking a part in the forefront of battle. The appraonate thought that ev sums as that of Captain Scott laying down Ills life .In the humble 'cause of :.s'clonce for the better navigation of the sea! bj mariners There was no glamor and glow in. icebergs compared io the thrill and glon orlmttlo. Scott aim Fly did bis duty. He is nbt gone for hit, influence still survives to make future generations worthy sons ol worthy fathers. He referred td.Com- nuuder Evans' career, dwelltttg on his passing first out-of easier to take his place in the tight ing line of the navv The speaker himself wig on hoaid that ship, bu! OnlV naBBnd fho guest oi the evening passed Out first. The Quest of the Evening Unassuming in. manner, and with an ever present boyish stuile, Com- mander Evans laid that in listening to the speakers of the evening he felt his inefficiency He felt in the hos- pitahtv sho'wn him that Captain Scott had upheld the good name of the Bra pire Wh> Britohs succeed is Uiat they do nothing which would .t'aii to upJiold the name of the nation We are straight and we hav e nothing to fear." The men who .-fell'in arlio expedition died reljlng on the generosity of a nation to see to" their faiiillles. The speaker referred to naval training as just the kind to fit a man for bis job Tbe majority of of- ficers liad never 'even. :heard .of "a gopher Their life work was limited to a knowledge of guaiding_Biitafn on the high seas; In conclusion foe' -referred to'the great display. pff patriotism with which he had been greeted in Canada If he ever had a nightmare It Would be .one'of Union JackS; The dinner consisting of D II Elton, d T Wood and A .1. Is to be compllndenCed on .be iirraiiglng of a function which was ono of the beat and moat enjoy- able of ita kind. NO HOSPITAL FOR MR.LAWLER HE TOOK GIN If you ever hear anyone My that Rheumatism cau't be cured, oak then if they have eyic tried GIN PILUS. (Or ask them to write for proof that GIN PILLS have cured hundreds and hundreds of cases of Rheumatism. Sciatica, Lumbago, Pain in the Qack aad otlier troubles cauacd by weak Kidaeya. or Bladder. Rheumatism ctn be hftjaa] cured GIN FILLS. is the best kind of proof OSDIUf, N.S "I, hare been troubled with Rheu. mutism so bad that I. could hot-work. A doctor tended me and told me to tile hospital but all to no mod tmm a friend told me to try GIN f IfiLS. I didabjtnd after taking I am perfectly well.'' c. j. Take GIN FILLS on guarantee that tiwy will core you or money refunded. soe a for 50 Order from us if your doler cannot sonpiy them Sample box free if you write National Drug Chemical Co. of Canada, Limited, Toronto. 171 Commissioner Reid's Official Statement On Car Proposal CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE Urn "near side car." of car has proved to be safer MONTREAL LAWYER DEAD Montreal, pnt, ilay 4 Inlien, C C, the well knpwn commercial law- yer, died; at 2 o clock ttlis afternoon, iqod 60 1 INTERNATIONAL W. L. Pot Newark 7 3 .700 Baltimore 8 5" 615 tochcstcr Toronto lersey City tuflnld .412 Providence 201 Montreal .600 455 .455 .411 .400 .364 will be controlled by a mechiinlsm used under the control and operlt> ed by the mbtorinan; The cars will stop on the near side of the street; that is, they wiUjstop before crossing any intersecting street, except where Uie crossing'is' on the far side This will improve conditions during muddy weather, as the motonrian will be able to stop- the car exactly opposite the crossing. "Near Side" Car The above alterations will our cars into one of the used in a number of the large cities; type _. op- eration to the public than the older type, being especially designed to prevent accidents on rear put- forms One objection to the one-man car, is the confusion of passenters entering and leaving at the same time. With the above alterations to our cars the confusion, win not ha greater than It is at present Two Men If Nicerary These alterations will not p us fiom operating with two _.ea whenever tiafflc conditions because an additional man can be put on to collect fares during fair week, of at any time traWc conditions re- quire It. Sherbrooke, Quebec, operates nine cars on eleven miles oJ track. Their superintendent says As a result of the new operation, since its Installation, there has not }een a single accident This is du6 o the centrailied control, Doth en- trance and exit being directly under the observation of the moWman-con- ductor Wages Paid The impression abroad that -.wa are paying iButoraian and con ductors onK 25 cents' per hour. Tha following are the facts: Out of a total of Si! men, w.e 2 Men 25 cents per hour 4 men 28 cents per tour 17 men 30 cents per hour 1 men 32 cents per hour Coat or Operation. The statement that power more than half the operating Cost la not correct Curing 1913 thi total operating cost was this 48 was paid for power and was paid for wacci to con- ductors and North Ltthbrjdge Atrtect At the Leiibridge rttepay. meeting, we promised them cars with two men each or three cars Tilth one mah if they are ne- cessar) to handle tie traffic, and we intend to fulfill this promise, tn conclusion, we Wish to thai from thorough stUdv of tha situation we are convinced tliat W< can operate the cars here wlUi man without any addtUonal ience to the travelling public, with greater safety, and at i fchicb. expense than at present If the change is made, and at any rntnre date we wish to revert to the two-man system, we can do so without to? further change in the It' Is worth a trial at least. ARTHUR fttilD, Commiamoner Public Utilities. CYCLONE IN ARKANSAS KILLS Texarkana, Ark. May It was' re. ported here that a cyclone pawed hrougn Maud Texas, about 11 o'clock oday, kililrit; four and injuring thir- teen people An wires from Uiia citj to that section are down, u4 1'