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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PfP Tlli LKTHB1I D I AIL Y 8 13 i 1 PtMlalfelphla 5 A'IMiison, Pleffec and Miller and Fischer; Mayer and Killiler. Chicago 'Ittsburg Humphries, Tefjel Cooper, and ZBKO MYMM YANKEES LOOK LIKE TROUBLE MAKERS IN AMERICAN LEAGUE (By Hal Sheridan) New. York-, NT, Mor no doubt old man Socrates -remarked as ,he gently eased himself from an turmoil and strife, how different.are the daj-i of April and. October. After the ;stuttering start due Jlv 'sin, May-will-sea a begin- ning of the jockeying at the turn, and a bettor opportunity will be afforded toward getting-some sort. of. a line as to who's who'In 'this-mad' Bcranible for the. American-aid National -ieagus pennants Yanktes a Revelation The'real surprise in the American league has been dished up by Frauk Chance, His .Nsi? York Yankees are a revelation as compared with the 'team which struggled alonp Inst year .went from April.until June with- out winning a game oh their home grounds.- Not that Chance may be" a .jennent .contender, for ktain the' dlf- April and -Ocloher looms up, but the .spirit .and general work of the present tanks makes former teams hiding behind. that name like a collection, from the morgue. Opening the season the rejuvenated Yanks ripped the hide off the Ath- letics twice in succession. Connie form hut Chance's men. tore into them as though they tad. finished coping "a. pennant, and Were out to lick the world. There waspap falier- terlng, cut a .steady, boring "attack" and of defense that chocked the Mackmen on- the sarae field There they ran wild with "tie October. Williams Star First Backer Thel-Yanks are due to make trouble rapre than one team in the league If they hold the gait they cut out for at the start third and Feckmbaugh at short, the side, of tbe Yanks' Infield com pares favorably with the best Wil- at .first, sat in on the old as- signment of Hal Chase as though it wai the- only thing hehad been wait- ing to-.do on this sphere and intend- ed to make a good job' of it. Chance's outfield has been completely -work- ed over, .and the P. L. appears to eili itiort of a figure .than tome of .the critics prophesied at the start of the sea'ion. The Infield hii shaped up fairly well, and the pitchen are de ,138 S4- 30-1 253 TAKES BEATING: LOSES MONEY Kalamazoo, Mich., Mar mndred and fifty dollars of cash that Billy Wagner earned Friday night by permitting Ad Wolgast to give him a sound -beating, has tied up" by garnishee. Fred Gllmore of Chi- cago secured the court order for ?11S, and Morris Whitelaw of Detroit tied up J131. pian: .'43B3-S1. street- South, near s.e. corner ot Baracks Square......- 21 Lots 110.and Plan 4353-3 avenue A and Thlr- .teenth 135 Oh Qalt QardenB (If permiflslon can ne 64 178 Total votes cast lor Market 830 Total spoiled MARKET N.slde S. side Shall we have a Market? Yes 235. 447 .-No 48 ___ 76 ONE-MAN CAR SYSTEM Shall the street railway be operat- ed by one man only "on each car? Yes 109___30G No ,.a. 17S 21C Spoilt...... 12 15 Total cast on library Spoiled.......... Total votec cast Total 6S2 124 416 391 27 B33 Total spoiled N. side-.- S. .si. MaJ. 3IaJ ..187 371 6C .agst 371 833 171 Total 55! held under the auspices of the Tol- edo Athletic association the third week In' Alay, this club of business and professional men who want box- ng having been first to make appli- cation for a date. ADOPT ATHLETICS TO SETTER MORALS 'Madison, Wis., liny that the morals of school children are better maintained by keeping them at play after school the Madison Board of Educ-itlon is organizing baseball teams for every graded school in Madison. Hockey teams In the fall and bas- ketball teams In winter opened the year's programme. IN STOCK CASH OR PAYMENTS Daby LETHBRIDOE CYCLJE (COMPANY 1TO 5th STREET SOUTH. San Francisco Sacramento....... Toronto London Hamilton Brantford CANADIAN Opening Games 7 10 Peterboro Erie 'OLtaWa-St. Tiiamaa, wet grounrta. NORTHERN Vinnipeg luluth............... Vlnona 7 2 DON'T THE ATHLETICS "What's the matter with the Mack- men Have they begun to go 'back Is that tlie team everybody is picking for the championship this season that's a fine bunch oi hitters Concic Mack has in his find the Yankee hurlers s is a oi ;the remarks heard every day around >tdwn. Dut worry-not, friends, .about those, Jlackmcii. They-.arc prcliy- well .able' to take care ol themselves. They.ha'yo teams. And, the worst, of it is, they know it. Tl-.c Mackmen had admirable wea- ther in Florida for training purposes. .They hardly missed a single aiter- mjon's workout... Then they came back to Philadelphia lor the- sprint, series with the Phillies and nearly froze to death. Undoubtedly some o those inurdercrs with the willow got their eyes dimmed and llieir legs stif- fened by the chill breezes of iho: Qua- ker City. But constant 'Work, now day, is going, to put 'the u, jractnicil phaiaM-. jntb'perfect condi- the clouters Irom way back tio-n best intllc line ami know it. So _ mi! the oilier. fellows team in the world will be out there don't worry, about, those on. about Iho time they 'show Muckmcn. They'll be making ll'.c' the capital to meet the .Grilt- T fellows do Lhe worrying within month or so: men on April 28. In all this excitement you must The Mackmen, like all veteran noted that Connie Is using only lines, get under way slowly.. There 'his', -.younger .wise old mist .he -preliminary ;roaniug of the Jonnlc will hays, to .sprluKlc'.Bomc.'ofi lie or and. into'-others.. -macninc' get going 'soon enough 'tofl mbsk' 3jol JJii boys- tied uu '.wlli other, old'utaud. sphinx of basehall Is acting.quite up By tliij- time 'warm' weather slioiys. -Pljink and' IJ.cndcr 'delivering 'tlie ijootls. Yes and jlakcr, Collins, .Oldrlng and Mc- will ho working at', the same REASON'S FOR USING "Alberta's Pride" BEER AT MEAL TIMES "ALBERTA'S PJUDE BEER" is a cqnccnfrnted liquid food. Ten and Coffee are in no wise foods. In countries where beer is used ns a laule bever- age, dyspepsia is pr.iclically unknown. So is slomncb Iroiible in general. In Germany beer is more'frequent- ly drank Ilian at meal lime. The prejudice against strong stimulants' no irripnircd.the Value of "Alberta's Pride (he most nuirilious of all liquid foods. This beer .is absoliilely pure. This is no.idle clnim, but one. thiit we can back up by proof. Come lo our Brewery arid we will show you. To those who value strong digestive' organs we ndvisc "Alberta's Pride Beer" and we recommend it to convalescents because it is a tonic. THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING MALTING COMPANY, Limited PHONE 554 ;