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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 10, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, MAY 10, 1910 THE LETimrtlDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE GIANTS WIN ANOTHER GAME Leatuie ot America, whtcll Cleveland Washington New York Boston Detroit ___ St. Louis Cliicngo 'S50 Monday, May 1st, tor tho imruoso ol cmlorninK the declaration of rcurcscit Ing independence lor their oppressed '44.1 countries, the following resolution was Starched and light weight A NOVELTY IN TOOKE COLLARS Admitted the best quality and best fitting in Canada BROS.. LIMITED MONTREAL BATTLE IN Brooklyn x Boston 'Chicago Cincinnati Philadelphia St. Louis 1'ittsuurg New York Three-Base Hit Chicago, May Williams tripled and brolte up today'n game with Cincinnati and gave Chicago an 8 to i victory. Cincinnati............ 5 !l (I Chicago.............. 8 10 i Mitchell. Schneider, Scliulz and Clark; Seaton, Premlergast and Allen. Best of Bunch Pltlshurg, May York won from Pittsbnrg tiy a scoro of K) to Some Philadelphia, May bases on balls were given in the game in which Detroit defeated Philadelphia today, lu to 2. Eighteen of these passes were handed out by the home twirlers, Ray leading with 12, while Cunningham and TJoland ot Detroit each gave- six. Detroit hit the ball hard with runners on the bases, twice making doubles witli the bases filled, and each lilt driving in two team mates. Detroit here today in a game featured by freak Philadelphia........... 2 3 5 pitching. Each side used three pitch.-1 CltnnlnKham, Boland and Stallage, ers, tint Mathewson was the only onu Baker; Xabors, Weaver, Hay and effective, allowing one hit In tour Schang, Murphy. Prominent Promoter Pushing to Bring Him and Fulton Together Chicago, May It 'is possible anil not at all improbable that Jess Wil- lard, world's heavyweight titleholder, will' make bis second defence of his title cither on July 4th or on Labor Day. If he does his opponent will be Fred Fulton, Rochester, Minn., giant, the match will he due to the per- severing efforts of Mike Collins, man- iger of Fulton. Collins has practically completed ar- rangements whereby tho battle may be fought in Milwaukee or St. Paul. Mike returned to Chicago Tuesday night 'ten-flitting about the western coun- ,-y' "orking up the match. First he went to Kansas City to Interview Wil- lard. His talk with the champion and Manager Tom Jones did not produce the which were to he expected, -T e champion and his manager want to see dollars dangling before their eyes before, they would talk busi- ness of" fighting. Collins' next.stop was at St. Paul, where he lined up a club which will offer Wiliard a guarantee of to fight Fulton. Before returning here Collins stopped off in Milwaukee to see Tom Andrews, and found Milwau- kee willing to give Wiliard. for MB end. That looked pretty good to Mike and. wires have been .sent; to but. up to last night no reply had been received from the titleholder. lining New York Plttsburg Tesreau, Benton, Rariden; Harmon, llbson, Schmidt. No other games scheduled. HORS DE COMBAT Battery Boys Suffering From Effects of Inoculation Sore arms and a game of basketball do not agree.' This was the reason that the basketball tilt billed to be staged at -the Y.M.C.A. last night did not The Battery boys were Inoculated yesterday with the usual consequences. Jacobs, Hill and Harper Was Wild Washington, May Louis eas- :i I ily defeated Washington today, 10 to 5, mainly because of the wildiiess of Harper and Ayres. St. Louis Washington o A Groom, Davenport, Parks and Hart- 1, ,vaP patronized and ley; Parker, Ayres, Gallia and Henry, "Resolved, that thin meeting of the Bohemians and Slovaks records its in- dexible determination to free their country from the wrongs suffered un- der the sceptre ot the Ilapsuurgs. The war is to us an act of German aggres- sion, Slav conscripts arc driven to death, compelled to fight for a cause which they abhor. Austria has he- come a vassal of Germany and has lost all justification to further existence. "llohemlans and Slovaks acting to- gether appeal to tho allies for recogni- tion and pledge themselves that how- ever hard the struggle may be and whatever sacrifice it may entail, they will not shrink from the test. Wo are impressed with the most earnest and intense conviction that our cause is just and that it will prevail. Wo ap- peal to the world for sympathy and look forward to the final victory of the allies to realize our national as- pirations." There was a large delegation from outside points; the whole affair was a huge success and no doubt will bring many recruits and patriotic donations. grand ball was held after tin; meet- Jhicago played j if Up lay and ot 5 to 4 With 'I Did Red Sox Make Big Mistake in Dispensing With His Services? Tough Battle New York, May Chi an up hill game here toda ed New York by a score o Chicago four runs behind in the fourth inning, Fonrnier made a home run with two on bases. Jackson's triple and M'cMullin's single tied the score. Chicago scored the winning run in the liifth. Chicago 6 3 New York -1 (i 1 I Williams, Cicotte and Schalk; Cald- well and Alexander. everyone went away J! Chicago, May Speaker baa j always been a great drawing card here Daylight Saving Scheme Would Be Welcomed in This and All Sports Speaker at Old Home I Boston, May Tris Speaker was To say that the excellent game of given a warm welcome by his old tennis will he an much played in Leth- hut he is much more of an attraction friends hero today, but the Red Sox I bridge this year as hitherto is proli- fir tlrm he lias ever been be- administered a 5 to 1 defeat to Clevo- abty saying too much in v.ev; ot the ear than he Has ever neen lie s.ieakel. Cleveland's only very good share of fighters tho game fore. While it has always been claim- rall ,lia ,irive to the tlasc [has contributed to colors, but the ed for Speaker that he was the big nole fol. tiirec bases, and a single by Jwielclers of the racciuot are still mi- end of the Red Sox, his ability lias Roth. jmerons in the city and the game of neverhadacbancetobedcmonstrat-lcnd... 6 4 Give the Children The Goody That's Good For Them The best way in this world to spend a nickel for wholesome, beneficial refreshment is to get Boston _., Covclcaiuo, Mitchell Leonard 'and Carrigan. ed as obviously as it is this year. His presence on the Cleveland team has changed the complexion of Ihc whole American league. His absence from the Red Sox line up means uiaij Bill Carrigan and his team have been j brought down to the level of several i Newark other teams in the race and the pres-: Richmond ence of the player on the Clevoland Baltimore battle front has "made the Indians the .Providence equal of any the leaders in the race. 'Montreal and O'Neill; INTERN ATIONAr, Lost 1 There probably never was a deal in the history of baseball that has had such influence on the game as the Speaker deal. The fans of the whole country are beginning to realise that Toronto Rochester "Buffalo Montreal the Boston-club made the greatest mis-1 Newark........- take of history In letting a player of Priesie, Goodbred. Colwel and Mad- Speaker's ability go. The new own-1 s nzrnan and ers of the Cleveland team are lining j congratulated on their gameness in ex- the game. i Here's an instance where that al- most universal scheme 0' clay light sav- i .would prove oi, and be i -Another hour of! Pet. {daylight would be gloried in by the .900 players ot tennis, to say nothing of .700 what the baseball, Uie football and branches oC sport .000 would find in its most beneficial re- .3154' suits. The ball player has always been .300 Harassed by the thought1 of darkness .300 cutting' his game short, and he cspce-, :2nO ially would give thanks to the intro- i Auction of a daylight saving bylaw as 3 2 operated in Regina, Calgary, Vancou- ing a piayor OL The new own- den; Giuings, Bnzinan and Schwert. !Toronto 9 10 PLAY BALL AT MOUNTED POLICE BARRACKS TONIGHT It's a .bit chilly, but, that will not stop the: old-timers and High school I baseball cavorters from' playing to- night. It will take rain or snow or mighty big, signs of either to cause a postponement. The, clash commen- ces at G.45. If ye olde timers can't be soon rbe as soon as ye can. FAST GELDING DEAD pending a small fortune Speaker. ;Lexingfon, Ky.( Musk, 8-yiTar-oId gelding by -Disguise- Royal Rose, and by Jeff Livingston, died at the Kentucky association farm here" Juarez, Iron Maiik sVt a new world record for three-quarters of. a 1.09.3-5. Later in the same year and at the same track he went furjongs in 1.03 2-5, which Vasi a new world's record. Ihe BLADDER relieved in 84HOURS Chicago, May Chicago, who has been -----------a a long distance match with .World's Champion Freddy Welsh, may have his desire fulfilled 'in the. near future if he cares to take a trip to Buenos Ayres, South America. Silly Gibson, of New York, representative of a syn- dicate in Buenos Ayres which is plan-; iiing to stake the contest, talfeedAvith Nate Lewis, manager of White, yes- terday, and offered him the' match, v: which the South American club to hold the first week in July. Inducements to Go to South America ver and other cities In Canada. Economic reasons come first in -these strenuous days of war, but if sport has voice at nil just now it raises it as 'an exponent of moru daylight for the i Made clean and kept clean; wrapped in waxed paper and sealed. Two delicious flavors, always fresh and full strength. It aids appetite and digestion, quenches thirst, sweetens mouth and breath. Write for free copy of Wfigley's Mother a quaint booklet in colors that will amuse young and old and remind you of this Perfect Gum. Address Wm. Wrigley Jr. Co., Ltd. Wrigley Bldg., Toronto after every meal 032 McQuillan and Kelly; Tincup and of what there Blackburn. sports since the call of Rochester............. S 13 4 j Richmond............. 5 10 3 I is left of -_. King and; Country swept over the. land. ne Brown and Casey; Koss and O'Dor. 311. Buffalo-Baltimore, played May 7. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Columbus............ 3 7 2 Kansas City........... 3 12 0 Davis. -Vance, Curtis, O'Toole and White and Welsh Offered Good Cnlaman; Sanders and Berry. Toledo Milwaukee Charley White, of I Minneapolis Hankering for FaIkenberg 8 12 3 14 17 2 Kaiserling, Adams, Collamore and Sweeney, Atchison and Mayer. Indianapolis........... 9.11 -1 8 4 4 _________ md Schang; Hopper, Cashiou and Owens. Louisville............ 3' 8 5 St. Paul............... 7 Moran, Luque and Lalonge, iams; Leiiicld and Land. Regina, May Wetmore com- mission resumed its sittings today NORTHWESTERN Great Falls............10 4 'ancouver............. 1 Gibson told Lewis syndicate Tacoma cured on giving "Welsh a guarantee KalSio and Ilawortu; Snlveson, Mac- hold, liv.ssell and Cheek. ?7600 foi his end. Lewis immediately startedrto argue for more money. He asked for OOP and a small percentage of the gate. As Gibson must consult with the syndi- cate it will be several days before it will be known whether they will agree to book..White's flgiit. v The syndicate wants the' boys to battle over the 25 round .route. As the bout'Is planned for the flrst'week in July. White would, have, to sail not later than June 2 for.Bilblios Ayres. 070 Seattle.............. 1 6 Telfonl and Roberts; Eastley and Cadman. Bntts............... 2 H. THE OLD STAND-BY. There is an ancient alibi With whiskers on its chin; With managers it's popufctr When ball teams fall to win. For when tho playing lias been' loose, Behind It they will hide; I moan that, mossy old excuse: "We haven't hit our stride." It'makes no difference though it be The middle of. July, t They don't forget to put acrosa, That good old alibi: "The season isn't over yet, We'll give them all a ride; Just watch our smoke and don't forget Wo haven't hit oi.r stride." Meiklc, Hovey anil Hoffnian, Alt- man; Sliadei- ami-Murray, Slieoly. NORTHERN Superior.............. Winnipeg1......... Smith and Erickson Moore. buluth Fort William......... Ha-.dshu and Viegrlst; Ryiin. Mer- Fran'de, Summers and.Asnevv1. Virginia.............. 1 6 -2 Fargo..............- 6 ,10 1 Cunningham and Cronln; Jackson, Rook and Murphy. ..38 4 5 11 4 Gervais and 24 25 2 4 PACIFIC COAST Halt Uikc.............5 10 1 0 C 6 Mugh'os and Hannah; Prough and Elliott. San Francisco at Portland, called off 'wet grounds. Los Angeles...........: 1 5 3 4 .7 0 Ilyan, Brant and Boles; Uccannlcre and Spencer.- NEW SUBMARINE SCHEME j-OOKS WELL ON PAPER i Minneapolis, Minn., May I Tribune's Washington correspondent! today says: "Coincident with the .dis- closure that President Wilson has vir- tually deeideti to write another note to Germany, it is learned that the government is initiating a new program of submarine warfare. "According to German officials here ._ the new scheme of operations involve S. Carpenter, chairman of the the employment of submarines in board again' on the stand, will operate in Conjunction on the surface j Evidence was .taken regarding the flve'e othar submerged. (fraudulent uay_labor road works put "The submarine on the" surface will Uhrough by .1. 1J. Brown, former, chief hail' a merchantman and demand its 1 clerk. With the .criminal cases arising surrender from a distance that will jout of the 1913 bribery charges deji- mahe the war craft safe from the pos- initely postponed to fall and the Brown- sible attack by the merchantman, if lEIwo'od 'arid Haultaih commissions the'merchantman surrenders, the sub- jboth postponed indefinitely, interest, in marine operating on the surface >villjtije political situation is-concentrated visit and her passe search the venr.el and put jn tno Wetmore commission mgers and crew'In a place: of will be sitting all i which1 summer. her passengers aim ciew-ui a prooamy wlji ue sitting an BUUJIUUJ. safetj; before sinking the ship. If the (rjntil J. P. Brown recovers from his merchantman attempts to escape, fers resistance marine on the surface at any the submerged submarine will torpe do the vessel.' -v. illness tiowevui, ui or attacks the sub-1 furthcr progress 01 surface at any time. the. hnnl iui o. eSf! however! or the auditors nmke ]j Q[ Defy Dyspepsia! 'Among the symptom's of Dyspepsia or'-1 Indigestion may be mentioned a cutting pain soon after eating; a distended, full feeling of the stomach and. bowels; -belching of wind, and flatulence; a burning sensation in the stomach, which .indicates acidity; heartburn; palpitation of the heart; oppression of breathing; pain under the ribs and shoulder-blades; headache through the temples and eyes; dizzi- ness, coated tongue and-constipation; sometimes nausea or vomiting. Abbey's Effervescent Salt Is the natural specific for all these conditions. Being an antacid, it immediately re- lieves .the acidity of the'stomach ant! stb'ps (lie fermentation. It stimulates and muscular action of the stoiiffich and _ bowcis, and over- comes the.- constipation. When Jits use1 is-kept-up the normal action of of digestion .lishctir-'" Sold at JSci and S I. D. Hlalnt' Co., Umitc vestigating the books, the commission can make little progress. In regard to the live day labor works admittedly fraudulent, Mr. Carpenter stated that in one case.there was no Hie on the :works.while in the other four the file .number given on i price sheets referred to a file not con- nected with any such work. Apart from the pay lists', he had been unable to find documentary evidence regard- ing these which "aggregated some There were no such fore- men as those named, .Wasson, Budner, Krasnik and Piche, so far as he> had been able to ascertain. The pay sheets were certified correct by J. P. Brown, stamped by the'accouiitant's office and all bore the Initials the-chairman of tho board. Four of them bore Mr. Carpenter's Initials and one the in- itials of A. j." ilcPiierson, the former chairman. In'oiio case Mr. Carpenter said ho would question whether he had written the initials, but the others he would pass without .question. All of'. these works yvere located in Kinistlno constituency, represented by B.-H. DiTllnej M.L.A., whn Is awaiting trial for complicity iii the road work contract frauds...: DRILLING AT SASKATOON Saskatoon, May men, in- cluding some of the city's most pro- minent citizens, attested today in the local company of..the reserve militia at an organization meeting.' Weekly parades will be held for a period of lli weeks and a special weekly re- cruit drill. Developments of Ihe Incandescent lamp represents an -Improvement .of 107f) per the amount, of light obtainable from .a giveii consumption :of The big mill The big loaf kind. PURSTjy FLOUR "Moieferetd and' Better Bread NO ANSWER NEEDED Washington Mar today- Secretary Lansing let it be known that. the'United States consider that its response to the German'.note calls Tor a reply from Germany. Un- less Berlin specifies to tha contrary it will be assumed that Germany ac- cepts the American view as stated. THE SHOES I CANT WEAR Bocadse of a "Touchy" CORN BUT you can wear them, now, Simply place on that corn a Httlc Elue-jay plaster, and never again will you feel it. In two days there will be no core. U will disappear for good. Millions of women "know that They don't pare corns. They don t use old-time And they don't suffer. When a corn appears they end It. we ore urging you to join them. Corna are needless clnco Blue-jay was invented. So they are absurd. You j can prove in one rain- uts that Blue-jay corn aches. You can prove in two i that it ends them jbrever. Won't 7 ;