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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 12, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FIVE TONIGHT "The Sage Brush Girl" Broadway Star Fwture "THE Sunday School Athletic League Activities Three Clubs Entered-Officers Elected--Joe Lee Donates Championship Badges The general meeting of the City league was held on Mond evening iu tho Y.M.C.A., reiiresenta- tives from each club being present. Election of officers and drawing up ot schedule was the business on hand. G. Parsons was elected president; H. Nicholson, vice-president, and Haf- fern, secretary-treasurer. The follow- cn_ patrons wore elected: Mr. W. A. Buchanan, 4I.P.; Lieut.-Col. Stewart, aipp- his Honor Judge Jackson; Mayor'Hardie; Mr. C. .Mcgrath In- spector IPennefatlier, K.N.iV.M.J Messrs. J. Lee, Jolm-IIorne, i. Under- wood, L. Asuuith, Scott and J >V. Bartlett. Teams entered for this year's league are: Callies, Sons of England and North Lethbridge. The date for tho first game will ne May 27, when Callies and S.O.L. will clash. Mr J Lea, manager of the Alexan dra Hotel, has promised the City lea gue that he will put up a set of bads ea for the league winners. This offer has been accepted ,by tho league, and the action of Mr. Lee is greatly appre elated 'by the clubs. Following is the schedule of games drawn up and accented at the meeting jlay 0 E. vs. Callies. June Lethbridge Unltei r ya. S.O.E. June vs. N. u u- Juno vs. S. O. L. June 24-S. 0. E. vs. N. L TJ. julv Jj. U. vs. Callies. July g_s. o. B. vs. Callies. July 15-N. L. TJ. vs. S 0. B. July vs. N. L. U. Games will be played Thursday c and will be advertised tho Herald. Anyone wishing to act as re eree requested to make -application in vm ing to the secretary before May 20. HANDLES PITCHERS CITY LEAGUE OPENS FOR 8E SON AT ATHLETIC PARK IN' EVENING At a Decent meeting of the Sundaj School Athletic league executive co.n mittee, it was decided to co'iimonc, the summer activities of Ihe league during the week foHuwlns May 1.. Owing Io so many of men having left the city, it is practically impossible to ai-raiife a ssillor a.ul in- termedlate division In any hup of sport. However, the '.ensue wil be carried through for the juniors. 1 here will be a junior -baseball and lootball series of games arranged, and it IB ex- pected that a girls' intermediate base- ball league will he arranged. How About It, Girls? Tho executive committee has not vet been apprised of the number 01 iirls' trams that intend to play 'kelball or baseball Ibis season ami entrants are reouealed to notify the secretary. James Horn son. at tlm Y.M.C.A., of their inten- .ions, without delay. NATIONAL VY Philadelphia Chicago Cincinnati Uoslon plttsbucg St.- Louis Brooklyn New York "WILD BILL" DONOVAN New manager of the N. Y. Yankees sure happy these spring days since li. Uuppert and Capt, Houston took r'the Yanks and Bill took arge, the ginger that has been in- ctwl into the team lias raised them om the subway to tho elevated in o American League. Cincinnati York Hcnton and Meyers. L. Pet. 7 .667 8 .619 9 .571 .550 .458 .140 18 .400 14 .300 3 1 Clark Stroud and and Miller. 1'iUsburg Philadelphia McQuillan and Schang and Unrns. St. Louis Uostou Doak and Snyder nm. and Gowdy. Alexander. 1 Uagan A Million Corns Went Laat Month Lost month, a million corns were ended in this easy, simple way. And every month n million >ioro go like them. To each coin was applied a plaster. In every 1w corn pain ended there. 'he wax in ihe irecr! tho hours nearly every wilhout any pnin ew stubborn ilher plaster. GRft ot some ended by the story IE you way. Mrs. Scott, who has hern the guest ol Mrs. N. T. Maclcwl lor Hit! last, week, left yesterday lor Cowley. Dr. and Mrs. II. Jlewhucu, Mr. Arthur Mr-wburn, of Canary, anil Miss .li-sslc liclclicr, of Kdmonton, are visiting in the city. Dr. Mcw- burn motored down Irom Calgary [last niglil. A sewing meeting of I hi1 W. A. of St. Cyprian's cliurch will in- held to morrow afternoon. All members are asked to be present as an important subject is to lie discussed. The Central W. C. V. will meet j in the Uiannh' room of th'.' Y.M.C.A. tomorrow aftrrmiou 'at members are .to be present. The rrirulnr mcetim: of tl'.e 1 men's civic club will lie held in the I Y.M.C.A. auditorium tomorrow aftci- Inoon at p.m. The Mission Circle nf the First Haplist church will havv. charge ol the meeting tonight. The Mission will meet Uimorrov.- afternoon at in the church. Sec flic True Meaning lail.M, UaiiKi. Sec what they do ciass of' the wcsicy Methodist Powei'ff. 1M 8 BEST IE Mrs. Kelly Advises Women io Take "Fruit-a-Tives" ONT., 26th. 1913. "I can highly recommend "Fruil-a- tivcs" because, they did me mi awful lot of good mill I cannot speak too about them. About fout-yRars Bgo I commeiiccil taking Pnlit-il- tivea" tor a gcnenl break-down ami they did me a world of good. We bought 11 ninny dollar's worth. but it was money well spent because the? did all that you claim for them. Their action is so compared with other iliat I op.? pleasure, well al health, 111 taking them They seemed to me to be particularly suited to women, on account of their mild and gentle action and I trust that some ntlier women mar start taking "I'niit-a-tives" after reailinpniT letter, and if they do, I am satisfied the results wilt be the same as iu my own MRS. W. N.KELIA' Fruit-u-tivM lire sold by all dealers at Joe. a boa-, 6 for trial size, isc, on receiptof price by Fruit-a np. -a.tives Limited. Ottawa- Some Requirements As Sunday school attendanco is condition of membership in the above league, the committee have issued a membership card, on which Is record Detroit ed the player's date of birth, and his :yew. York record of attendance at Sunday school Chicago signed by his teacher. It is required Boston by the league executive that an at-1 Cleveland tendance of four consecutive Sundays Wa'shlneton........... before the opening game in the league Philadelphia be registered. Each player will be re- quired to show his membership card on the field of play before he will be allowed to participate in a scheduled game If tile payer's card shows a record of attendance at Sunday school of less than three Sundays in even iiontb he shall be disqualified. AMERICAN W. L. Pet. .720 .600 .565 .500 .478 .176 .381 cott, Hi 0 and IHREWDNESS OF MANAGER MOR- AN PUTS PHILLIES WHERE THEY ARE MORAN AND SHAKESPEARE If Pat Moran were to quote Shakespeare in talking to his men, these would be his words: There is a tide in the affairs of. Which, taken at the flood, leads on to world series; Omitted, all the voyaeo of their Is bound in shallows and in mis- On such a' full sea are we now afloat, And we must take the current when it serves, Or lose our chances. Dauss To even- intelligent and progressive person, tile scientific and up-to-the- minute methods of building proves of extreme interest. Building the world's famous Ford auto cars is an attraction in films that has been engaging the attention of a great number of the intelligent aud progressive citizens of Lethbridge at Starland Theatre for the past couple of days. These pic lures show the marvels of ingenuity that we have all heard or read abuut, that are embraced in the building of ford cars at the Ford works, Detroit, ilich, the home of the great auto- mobile industry of the United States. The building of any automobile in these finely equipped plants at pe- roit is edifying, but the palm has to he given to the Ford Co. for ad- vanced science in the art of perfect construction, coupled with lightning speed. Just how the "little old Ford is put into shape, and made into the most popular low-priced car In the St. ____ Washington Chicago Shaw and Henry Daly. Cleveland andT Sweeney Hagerman md Egan. Boston i letroit, .......................v............'....... Ruth, Mayes and Thomas; and-Baker. Philadelphia..................................... St. Louis r I Shawkey and Schang Roche and Agnew. FEDERAL W. L. Pet. Chicago Newark Kansas City were insider. they had a delight (ul youiig ladies arc plan- -Ering's l the lirst Powerful War Drama which i Mor The Sweet Voiced Song Bird in wUhcs t "n'-l the super- the Let-lib ol Screamingly luare O.IVEFOUR NEWS Ouciour, May li -There is no ro- mance about chasing a harrow all na; over n dusty field, but that is the way to get a crop. -Mice (Irceno went to bagc Cn-ek today by the mail stage, to visit friends and take in the dance. I M I Duncan returned from Dayton yesterday with a ioad 01 seed era'in and Farm machinery, i William Nate, Chris. Salzuber and c i King from Blakesviilc, passed t-libnilge onefour this week on their uctendcd wnv to Montana, where they expect Features of Variety which merit your attui. Iramalic 'lopment to take John up land. Morscr. ol Tlialma, went on ors. through to his homestead in 1-3 -with an outfit of horses arid farming cquip- LADIES from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m., with Matron In Attendance at all times. VARIETY is the most beautiful and Finest Equip- ped Theatre in the City. VARIETY is t-. All Union an o at nient and _ will oi'oncc. commence work at ALL ROADS lead' EVENINGS: ADULTS isc. EVENINGS: CHILDREN, 10c. BOX SEATS, 20c. ADMISSION 16 8 14 IU 13 11 BY HUGH FULLERTOJC' e baseball season Is young yet there arc some universe, is fiearly ificant, arc sonii; I that cause us to sit up and is Pat Moran, the VLt- 8 'meeting of the inittc" the city baseball league last night a schedule, of 10 games for each of the three teams of the lea- was adopted. The openhw game will W next Tuesday 'night at the Athletic park at 7 o'clock sharp. The contestants will be Knox ann Npnl L UriAiv nlOTll, nf tlP.KL The hut going on wonder. The greatest is ood natural "hand man- of. the Philadelphia: Nationals, wiio have startled the league by their sensational playing this season The majority-of .the figured Philadelphia the-tail end "I couldn't see it that way. His t am figured- too strong and too full of possibilities for a tail end club. Neither figure. a championship team save on gu the event that the team save on me Pitchers settled right down to work and pitched their best all season. MORAN' ENTITLED TO CREDIT and indinerence Brooklyn St. Louis Baltimore Bullalo St. Louis BaHimore...................... Watson and Hartley Owens. .667 .583 .542 .343 .500 .435 .431 8 1.7 .320 5 6 Bender and universe, s films, and .besides being instructive, they are sure to prove a startling re- velation of what American genius can e at Starland tonight. Don't Kansas City J Kaiserling, Whitchousc and Rariden. Chicago Brooklyn Prendergast and 1 ishcr and Simon. Pittsburg Buffalo miss them. ff FREDDIE WELSH REMEMBERS OLD-TIME 6 1 Marion Kogge and Berry Blair. Anderson and [MAJESTIC DAYS STARTING- NEXT May, May mil Afternoons at and 4.30 Nights at 8.30 Edward 'A. Saliibury's Famous Wild Life Big Game Hunting" INTERNATIONAL W. L. .Pet. H'S n Providence FRIEND 'Montreal T Rochester Richmond Minneapolis.-Freddic Welsh iite't i Buffato. forget the man who did him a favor when he was down and out. V'hHe here the lightweight champ hunted up J. H. Thomas, 627 Girard avenue, autographed a photo for each a hard-hitting out- Lethbridge. On Kri'. nteek the Commercial 1 meet one o! the foregoing teams. The schedule o! dates has not been definitely arranged, but two games be played each week. Ihc mat- ter- is in the hands of Secretary Mc- Klyta, who will have in a perfected drift for publication in the course of a couple of days. One draft placed before tho meeting last night proved too lengthy and ihe new one of ten games was decided upon. 'and he told Ed. Sehl was'dioscn to hod down shou o w01 teams they were the presidential chair last night laheau 01 umo. avenue, auog one of Thomas' six children, then started a bank account for each of the sextet with over apiece. Eleven years ago Welsh was in St. Paul, jobless and broke. He slept m the open the night of a cyclone. The ke .Toronto........ Jersey City Newark Richmond next day Th WeJs.irnan Ike Even so tie nan a llay nummo, field of fair ability in other direc- Blm board, money and a tions a fair infield with a lot ofliit- room, and helped him land a job. ...r'nr catcher and a___________________________ lions, a ion. ting power, a great catcher pitching staff that ranks best in the country. is a follower of the theory ls should have a larse that four pitchers W1K yieaiucntmi place of li. B. McOarty, who is leav- ing the city for Calgary. of the league are-notified that the entrance of is payable to the secretary now. to lace, t what date. COBB'S NEW PLAY MOST DARING ONE .750 .727 .625; .5001 .155; .833 -.383 '.250 t EDDIE COLLINS WORTH PE'R POUND Eddie Collins is figured to be worth more than three times his weight in gold to Comiskey of the Chlcaiso White Sox. Comiskey is' said to have paid 000 for Collins. Then Collins held out for his own figure, reported to bo before signing a five-year con. tract. Besides Comiskey is quoted as having acknowledged that ho paid Collins a bonus, reported as for signing. This.makes the five-year total out- lay for Collins Bankers fig- ure a pound of gold worth Collins weighs 160 pounds, and divid- ing that Into shows him Worth 9176 a pound. i Kansas City C-.evelarid.-Ty Cobh's newest play Battern, 'Fuliinweider and Onslow Jamon, Morisett, Krussell, Scbaune and Mitchel. Only one game scheduled today. AM. ASSOCIATION g Columbus _ Minneapolis Cleveland I'aul Louisville PICTURES Pronounced by those who know to be the most interest- inn educational FMrru Ever produced. Exciting ades, Nature's Moit Beauti- ful Scenery. Adultt, 15c .children; ioc. Evtningl (reierved) ,..25c. 'Children 15e. Gallery 15c OF BURDETT Biirdett, 5lay is up and Theatre, offeringi00king good in most places, very lit- _______ dainagc here h'v cutworms; so far. Ac-ale sowing needs rain to give a good start. Misolidatcil school at Burdett he very much'in favor'here. seems to be rather dull at ince Che relief orders have burned, Burdett is ice town, nothing ip per cent, and ap- J. P. lias nothing Harvester. was here MEET ME AT THE lEMPRESs crank, he i cannot secure the pict the best of machinery. Empress has ,otoreil t, their W. SAVAGE in association with THE FAMOUS PLAYERS FILM CO., Offen EDV'.'P." A SELES in the Celebrated farce succeil THE MILLION A PARAMOUNT PICTURE IN FOUR PARTS OTHER GOOD PICTURES AND A WAR WEEKLY STAUFFER AND VINE after- 'Xrhment ORPHEUM VAUDEVILLE AND PICTURES -SENSATIONAL EUROPEAN NOVELTY ACT RITA AND PAUL The Sherrahs OLD DARKEY MELODIES LAST TIME TONIGHT Sam Kike Herman ECCENTRIC HEBREW COMEDIAN 5 McGraw and Stallings, two veteran managers, and over Brooklyn which is (on paper) a stronger team. USES 'PITCHERS INTELLI- GENTLY The only secret of it is that Moran had pitchers ready, and that he has used them intelligently. The come- back of Chalmers must have been a sad blow Io several teams who de- clared he was done. He rounded out Moran's pitching staff completely. Tho question, is, not what Moran has dons but h" continue to ilo.. The: batter lands in safety on second. Every time Cphb has tried it so far this was quite a part of the training has been put out by a foot or two-at third. But. look out for him when he gets the stunt down Cobb tailed to try this play against ,e Indians in the four games played here. NORTITVVESTERN Vancouver-Spokane game postpon- ed, wet grounds. c what ho will is not a rca- form in April Moran has achiwei a big thing. By refusing to wort.them hard ho has done oven a greater thing f0r the team. i -Those four are enough to carry any 'team with a little hitting PtnnK.W Aherdeen-Tacoma, gamc postponed, wet grounds. NORTHERN Superior Winnipeg Duluth......... St. Boniface Fort WiKiam .......10 With Mayer, a groat pitcher and a 6 KILBANE WON EASILY New York, May 11. Kil- cham- WHU t man worth tens of lars and Chalmers all going near top Much Interest in New Yqrk.P.ver Case Now Before the Betting Held to be Illegal New N.Y., May .oral or memoranda system'of recording bets at the race tracks, which had be'en practiced in the anti-gambling' law went- into effect, will be tested by a suit now in pro- gress In the" courts' of Long Is'land. hope to be able to Bu'bsti'tiit'e for the pre- sent method a system calling for i deposit in cash.with the' stakeholder. Two men wiio m'ad'eJ a cash bet at the meeting of.the'Kockaway Hunting club n few days'ago, and a stakehold er who held the money, were selected for a test of the law, it was learned to- day. All. three nave been held for.the Brand Jury at" Cedarhurst, L.I. This was Intended RB a. preliminary to an appeal to the.'Supreme .Court tor a writ'of habeas corpus, in'which it will be contended .thpt the cash, bet -nvas j not a yiolatiqn pi the law, A LEAF IN THE STORM Three-Part Feature Drama in Which the R.m.rk.ble Qu.lltl.1 of Tnr" Womenhood ORPHEUM PROFIT-SHAHING PLAN wil, place m0r' eh'nee- and 10o. and 15o. LOOK HERE NORTH LETHBRIDGE UNITED F.C. An important meeting of the shove club will be held on Thursday even- ing at 8 p.m. at J. A. Johnston s store, 13 street north All members, players and others interested are re- nucstcd to be on hand promptly. Business Election of ofhcors and or- ganization. THB KENTUCKY DERBY Louisville, Ky., May the way from the rise of the hamer, Harry Payne Whitney's Regret, daugh- ter of Lightning, the Kentucky Derby over mfle and a quarter course at Churchill Downs, here, today. The gross value of the stake was 114 900. The net value to the win- BOXING AT Winnipeg, M WINNIPEG May Wlllillpcbi f Paulson of Minneapolis shaded Benny Haskell of St. Paul, in a 12-round bout DONIHUE TO PLAY WITH V. L. C. Toronto, Donihue who tor several years Wno 101. -T home for Toronto, has signed i the Vancouver Lacrosse dun today'tot th'e west. ;