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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 12, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, MAY 12, 19lj_ THE LETHURIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE "The Sage Brush Girl" Broadway Star BLACK BOX On Again Off Again" Comedy TONIGHT FOOMIBGUE Three Clubs Entered-Officers Elected--Joe Lee Donates Championship Badges The general meeting of the City .Football league was held ou Monday evening in the Y.M.C.A., representa- tives from each club being present. Election of officers and drawing up of schedule was tlio business on hand, G. Parsons was elected president; H Nicholson, vice-president, and W. Haf- forn, secretary-treasurer. The follow patrons were elected: Mr. W. A Buchanan, .M.P.; Lleut.-Coi. Stewart J1PP- his Honor Judge Jackson; Mayor'Hardle; Mr. C. B. Mcgrath In spector iPenriofattier, Messrs. J. Lee, John Home, T. Under- wood, L. Asqulth, W. Scott and J. W. Bartlett. Teams entered for this year's league are: Callies, .Sous of England and North Lethbrldge. The date for the first game will be May 27, when Callies and S.O.E. will clash. Mr. J. Lee, manager of the Alexan- dra Hotel, has promised the City lea- gue that he will nut up a set of badg- es tor the league winners. Phis oiler has been accepted .by the league, and the action of Mr. Lee is greatly appre- ciated by the clubs. Following is the schedule of games drawn up and accepted at the meeting. O B. vs. Callies. Junta 3-North Lethbridge United ts. S.O.E. June vs. N. L. Tj. Juno vs. S. 0. B. June O. B. vs. N. L. U. July 1-N L. U. vs. Callies. July S-S. O. E. vs. Callies. July 15-N. L. U. vs. SOB. July vs. N. L. U. Games will be played Thursday of each week, and will be advertised in the Herald. Anyone wishing to act as re fee is Sunday School Athletic Leagu Activit :ies At a recent ninoting of the Sunday School AthluLle league cxocultvj co.n mittee, it WIIH decided to co'iimonc: Ibe summer activities of the durlnr, the week foKowIns Owing tn so many of mitt having left the city, it practically Impossible to arrange NATIONAL L. Philadelphia Chicago 13 Cincinnati line of Boston Pittsburg St. Louis Brooklyn New York Cincinnati New York .607 .571 .550 .458 .410 .400 .300 Bcnton Meyers. terinedlate division in any sport. However, the league will I) carried through for the Juniors. Ihere will be a junior baseball and lootball c] o series of games arranged, and it is ex.- licciod iliat a girls' intermediate base- ball league will he arranged. Ho i About It, Girls? committee has not eciivo c apprised ot the number ot "WILD BILL" DONOVAN The girls' learns that intend to play has iketball or .baseball this season and 'prospective entrants are requested to notify the secretary, .lames Thomp- son, at the Y.M.O.A., of their inten- tions, without delay. Some Requirements As Sunday school attendance is a condition of membership in the above league, the committee have issued v membership card, on which is record V Yankees led the player's date of birth, and llis, i ____Irrwirrt of attendance at Sunday schom PiUsburg ['hiladelphia 1 I suld Archct Rmicr, Cadet 2 miaucii'iua McQuillan and Schang Alexander and Hums. St. Louis and' Snyiicr Rudolph, Kagan and Gowdy. AMERICAN W. L. Pet. Col. Ruppert and Capt oer the N.' Y. Yanks and Bill took charge, the ginger that has been In- into the team has raised them Detroit New York signed by his teacher. It is required Boston Houston took b tlle lengue executive that an at-1 Cleveland tendance of four consecutive Sundays New manager of the N. 1. lanKeusj at Sunday schoo- ls suro happy these spring days since teacher. It is required tendance ot rour consecuuvi: before the opening game in the league Philadelphia be registered. Each player will be re- from the subway the- American League, NEXT TUESDAY ias raised tnem ue the elevated in quired to show bis membership ca d on the field of play .before he will be allowed to participate in a scheduled SHREWDNESS OF MANAGER MOR- AN PUTS PHILLIES WHERE THEY ARE MORAN AND SHAKESPEARE If Pat Moran were to quote Shakespeare in talking to his men, tiiese would be his words: There Is a tide in the affairs of men, Which, taken at the flood, leads on to world series; Omitted, all the voyage of their life Is bound In shallows and in nus- On such a' full sea are we now 'afloat, And we must take the current when it serves, Or lose our chances. St. Louis game. If the tfayer's card shows record of attendance at Sunday school of less than three Sundays in every i month he shall be disqualified. Washington -nnl.-C- -U-ir.h tillC _. -t. Jt greti- pitching staff that ranks icst in the country. ;ST, in uiu Moran is a follower o! the theory that a manager should have a large pitching squad hut that four pitchers should work in rotation and he told ahead of time what teams they were to face, and upon what date. There are thrco pitchers on. the staff who practically were made _ny llis must, uui iug Cobb is on first when the ball is entire' bunted. The throw is made to see- got As a result hut Cobb heats it Moran has piled up victories over stopping starts for third. 1he Datt-r New York, Boston and Brooklyn, over, meaiitimes turns first. Cobb reach- n-nA Sf.nil in ITS t.Wn EDDIE COLLINS WORTH PER POUND Bddls Collins is figured to be worth more than three times bis weight in gold to owner Chailes Comiskey of the Chicago White Sox. Comislcey In' said to. have paid vO for Then Collins held out for his own figure, reported to bo before signing a five-year con- tract. Bolides 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 JI40.000. Bankers fig- ure a pound of gold worth 01 Collins weighs 160 pounds, and divid- ing that into shows llim Worth a. pound, with the COBB'S NEW PLAY MOST DARING ONE Cobb's newest play- is llis most daring one. L. Pet. 2 .750 .727 .625 .500 i .455; '6 '.333 I 6'.250 Jersey City Newark _ Buffalo Richmond Baitern, Fullinwcider and Onslow Jamon, Morisett, Krussell, Schaufle and Mitchel. Only one game scheduled today. AM. ASSOCIATION Columbus S Minneapolis Cleveland ................................r........ St. Paul Louisville i Kansas City J W "Milwaukee VMeet Me At The W T ARIETI THE THEATRE BEAUTIFUL------FORMERLY THE GRAND OPENING TONIGHT Opening Program "The Ordeal" Sec Hie True Meaning- of German "Iviiltiir." They sank the Lus- itahia. Sec what they do to Helpless Women and Children in the Powerful Parts, 350 Stirring Scenes. .See the Powerful War Drama which was Banned in the United States. _ Eleanor Moran YOUR POPULAK .FAVORITE: The Sweet Voiced Song Binl in tliv. Latest Song Successes of Screamingly Features of Variety Avhicli merit your attention and consideration. 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 the only Theatre In the City employ- All Union Law. ALL ROADS lead to Variety, the High class Theatre, offering Hiah Class Entertainment. EVENINGS: ADULTS isc. EVENINGS; CHILDREN, 10c. BOX SEATS, 20o. ADMISSION AFTERNOON: ADULTS 150 AFTERNOON: CHILDREN "lOc MAJESTIC I DAYS STARTING- NEXT Monday, May 17th Afternoons at and 4.30 Nights at 8.30 Edward A. Salisbury's Famous Wild Life Big Game Hunting PICTURES Pronounced by those who know to be the most interest- ing educational Films Ever produced. Exciting Escap- ades, Nature's Moat Beauti- ful Scenery. Matinees: Adiilti, 15c children; 10c. Evening! (rewrved) .25c. Children ____ 1Sc. Gallery 15c __ MEET ME.AT THE lEMPRESb No matter how fast an operator may be able to turn th ,-t, h.Vannot secure good results unless he tne pro ture. to show, t is to say that The h. Ih. cream o" the pictures and supplies thsir operator wit the best of machinery. W. SAVAGE In association with THE FAMOUS PLAYERS FILM CO., Offers EDWARD ABELES In the Celebrated farce success THE MILLION PARAMOUNT PICTURE IN FOUR PARTS OTHER GOOD PICTURES AND A WAR WEEKLY STAUFFEft AND VINE Whose Vaudeville act has taken U.thrbidge Storm, wil give an entire change of programme tonight. DRPHEUM VAUDEVILLE AND PICTURES -SENSATIONAL EUROPEAN NOVELTY ACT -----1 RITA AND PAUL The Sherrahs OLD DARKEY MELODIES LAST TIME TONIGHT Sam Kike Herman ECCENTRIC HEBREW COMEDIAN ew or, McQraw and Stallings, two veteran 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 Mow lo several teams who de- clared he was done. He rounded out Moran's pitching staff The question, thougl implotely. meaillimes tuiua inav. j t es third by a narrow squeak and tlie baiter lands in safety on second. Every time Cobb 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 failed to try this play against the Indians in the four games played here. has achieved a U.- to WOIfc tn NORTHWESTERN Vancouver-Spokane postpone cd, wet-grounds. _ Aberdeen-Tacoma, game postponed, wet grouncjs. has _____a winning gait at -July 4. With Mayer, a great p" comer, the g until team with -are carry any Uttto iittm porup NORTHERN Superior Winnipeg St. Boniface Fort WlKlam. Fargo............. KILBANE WON EASILY New York, May ll.-Johnny Kil- bane, o! Olevcland,'s cham- 'pion featherweight, easily outpointed to real form and plav as they should Mel Urooklyn, tonight in the weaknesses of the'Phillies .will.he a bou; 111 knn4nn ntlitfr [CllhaUft WClCIlCU IdS'SUlU comer, tm; f he a lU-rouna oout 111 ii-jsirsrs lars and Chalmers all goir.fl top ipounas, Much Interest in New York Over Case Now Before the Betting Held to be Illegal New York, N.Y., oral or memoranda system, of recording lets at the race tracks, which had been the anti-gambling law went -'into effect, fiil be tested by a suit now in pro- ;ress in the courts of Long Island. Those'responslb'ie hope to be able to substitute for the pre. sent method a system calling for. a deposit in cash w.lth the stakeholder. Two men wiio made a cash bet at the meeting ot the'Rockaway Hunting jlub a 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 Grand Jury at Cedarhurst, L.I. This was intended as.a preliminary to an appeal to the. Supreme .Court for a writ'of habeas corpus; in-which it will be contended that the cash bet was not a violation of the law, Thre.-P.rt Feature Drama in Which the Remarkable Qu.Iitie. of womenhood Asserts Itself ORPHEUM PROFIT-SHAHING PLAN mor' ch'nce- and and 15o. LOOK HERE NORTH LETHBRIDGE UNITED F.C. An important meeting of the ibove 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 .arejc- (lucstcd to be on hand '.promptly. Business Election ol officers and or- ganization. BOXING AT WINNIPEG; Winnipeg, Man., May Paulson of Minneapolis shaded Benny Haskell of St. Paul; in a 12-round bout here tonight, which was tame and un- interesUpg. THE KENTUCKY DERBY Louisville, Ky., May ajl the way from the rise of the barrier, Harry Payne Whitney's Regret, dauglj- ter of Lightning, won the Kentucky Derby over a mfle and'a quarter course at Churchill Downs, here, today. The gross value of the stake The net value to the win- ner was DONIHOE TO PLAY WITH V. L. C. -Toronto, May who. for several years liomc for Toronto, has signrtI the Vancouver Lacrosse club ano lew, today, tor the west, ;