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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 14, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta V" V. TITE Tuesday, Miiy, N, ALL THE LOCAL AND WORLD'S FOREMOST-EVENTS BASEBALL IN THE BIG LEAGUES GREAT DOINGS ATDIAMOND Baseball and Football Teams From Lethbridge to Be There .24th Dlamqnd .City Intends to lie ibe eentrc-i of attraction on Victoria Day this1. spring, ami judging by the en- ttiuslaim displayed by the committees oii: spprLs for the day, -will be a hummer. The latest- fea- ture added to the list. i3; the. football between the veteran Galilee- of bridge and. the Macleod team -'Arrangeirients were just completed "to- day to, have thcsa teams come-together] OD'rtha r.fternoon of the 24th. They i .will .arrive on the three o'clock local from Kipp and play some timo (lur- tlie availing. Lethbridge people "rlib'are unabJc to so to Diamond City in 1 the morning will be able, to- take afternoon train and ba on haud the big football game nrid the finalsidt the baseball tourney. The: baseball tournament IB Hie fieadliner of the day.- teams-have alreadv entered, while a couple more .on deck. Ledhbrldge Diamond City and Monarch fan are entered, aud some to be loose. A BIG CROWD WILL BE OUT The fourlli of the City Football League-will open tonight at Lho ball grounds, the two premier IcuiriB of 'South Alberta, the Cale- donians uud Ilia Sons ot England, boinp the eorabainnts. A good game IB alwnyw assured when these two teams meet, nntl to- night will prove no exception -to iho rule. Tim S. 0- "B. team will be practically'-the s'nuie tie lined: iip on Good Friday, with iho exception of four posltlope, the Calilcs will havf about thu BUIIIO uuuibcr of chuiiKCs, but will materially strengthen tholr defence. Referee Jack.Davis will have charge of-the same, and It Is safe to say crowd .win., throng' the grantls-Und. cnlled for 6.30. the linesmen being J. Gurr (S.O.E.) and R.J TeunanL two wc-11-fcnown referees [lieinsclvre. ;l 'It ;is ti'coincidence; [or Ihe Calgary City league ojicns at thq. same time, the teams belng-lhe City and HMIcrest. Results of Games i Tie Game Chicago......PIO 001 -I 6 1 Now York 000 Ml) -I 7 4 Elgin innings: rain. l.avendor mid Archer: Tcc.Iie.rnu ant Myers. 2-1 Cincinnati llrooklyn .000 000 3 Cincinnati 000 200 .'0 Kenl nml Philips.: IJoiHon mid Lean. 3-i Boston St. Louis 100 000 000 -I UoBion .000 010 ooo o Ewing. Steolo and Lewis; llesg, Dickson and KHng and llaridan. Pitlsbiire-Phlladelphia, grain. Standings Today National FREDDIE JOHNSON THROWS UPSPQNGE RESIGNS PRESIDENCY OF WEST- ERN- CANADA is'SICK: NOW- MEYERS IS HITTING HARD Indian Catcher ii Better Than Ever Thii1 Season Fred Johnion, President of the Weilim Canada League has re- cilved an .'elegant sufficiency of courie'dope already- In hit official capacity. Freddie not twlng gift- ed with >Uying powers and phyiique of tormer president, C- J. Eckrioriiii.Ji. unable, to stand the-worriei and cares of liii posi- tion, co pleads sickness and hands in his resignation as president of the league. If the truth the. Calgary dpubl'..ioes break- en-ahead which can only.'apdi tho wreck of league In short order and. takes thlt early, opportunity of waihlng: his handc clean of the most miserable "affair In the an- nali of baseball. Freddie. Johnston hai. many In Lcthbridge and they My. he-.ls- tooJcjean.. a: sport tg be. mixed up with the dealings of t hoie'Calgary. Echemen. He has jjtt become wlie.and pulled out. MEETING DIDN'T MATERIALIZ Churches Failed io. Send Represent lives to Athletic Meeting 'Always a prominent figure In the tatting Hat, Big Chief Meyers has outdone himself. 30. far. this, season. The lias caught, in every game played: aud bis stick TT n tl TJ work has been- little short of mar- Will Tclbgf; flliico- of. the credit for the team's already long list of victories has been due to batting. The. New York Tans are- hoping that liis gooj work will keep. up. There is every prospect of this being the case, iv-i .Meyers ..does, not .belong.; in. the clues of 'birds'' who blow up auer a few weeks. On account of the churches no soudiug their representatives to a Lend the meeting of the Sundiiy Schoc Athlellc league In the V. .M. C. last evening., cbe drawing of th schedule did not hike place. It i decided lo hold another meeting Jie Y. .Al. C. A. on Wednesday evei ug ut S o'clock at wliich It is earnest! loued every representative intereste baseball, football and baslcetba will be present. It is necessary ihu the closest: attentiou be given at one in formulating plans for tlie season' .work and, witli this end in view ever church representative Is urged to ni tend this meeting. Gun Club Honor Visiting Crack Shots The Gun Club held ft special shoot at evening in honor of .Messrs. H. H and Turycy, two ajives of tils' JAfms Co., visUors to Lethbridge aud the follom'ng scores were made. TO MEET McFARLAND Engli ih- Crack May Hook Up With Chicago. Whirlwind Play Ball With Barons Hflrry. conceded: to be the Ro6i. Livingstone 32 A; B. SUrtord...... 23 20 43 J. C. Livinstone IS 23 41 Mr. Tnrvey.......----- 21 'IS 39 H. MocBelh "0 18 33 H. H. Riokleso'ri......... 15 21 36 R. Coons 14 17 31 A. J. Conrad........... 10 11 27 J. Plenlster...-... S'.IS 27 J. B. S IS ZG B. V. Green............ 11 11 best: backstop ta tiieae parts, has 'beeu B. V. Green engaged.to, cntch, for tho Baroiia .baae- .tli.st Phil.) There will he another shoot 'iomor- Lezle, famous Oarrida lea-, row evening ivUich it is expected will given SUB ball and former Lethbrluge pitcher will- be- o'ii-the-'firing line for Baro-ns 'PnllOK wllliidb- tlie receiving act Iqr Lozie. Last season Pulley did the backstop wprk> for Sporting Goods nine; in. the city, league, mid. was. not a shining, light behind tHe bat but MANY BROWNS IN BIG LEAGUE Bid- .Welsh may be chance to boi McFarland wllhin tlie'as a Btlckor. ,hc_ too, nait Tew weeks. The former British: being up :wlth the leaillug htiters. chaiDDion claims to be fully recovered: from the 111 pffects of the recent in- jury to his back muscles, and in the .of-, .condition once more. The only In the1 way- of a duel be- tween -tblB cliver couple- la tbe matter ol avolrduoois.. WeliU- is a 133- and: .-wants Mack to m.nke that at three o'clock in the It. U, not likuly the. latter afree to tiat figure -for any other, BO it lg- a. question if the .match is made. At that, FVeddy would much prefer to Tigbl it out again with the man who stole his 'aa England's, champ. MAKES STOMACH TROUBLE VANISH NO INDIGESTION, HEARTBURN, DYSPEPIIA FIVE MINUTES. LATER Why not get some mo- ment rid yourself ot Stomach trouble and Indigestion? A dieted stomach {eta tbo blues and fnimblM. Give It a good eat, tlien Uke Drnpcpaln to start di- [eitive juiCQH working. There will be no dyipepila of belching of or eructations of undigested rood; no feajjnE like a lump of lead in the stom- ach or .beartb.urn, sick bend ache and Dizzlneasj and your food will not fer- ment and your breath with nauseous odors. Pape's Dlanepsln coata onty 50 cents lor a large case at any drug store here, and will relieve the most cb- Ulnate cano of Indigestion nnd Upset Btamnch In five minutes. There Is nothing.else bolter to take Gets from Stomach, and cleanse the and Intestines, and, besides, one single dose will digest and prepare for asBlfflllaUpn Into tlie blood all your food tlie Mine HI a sound, 'healthy atomach' vault! do It. worki. your Htom- ILself In order, cleans then you feel like eatliiE when you come to the and what you tat will do you good. FaJr to Take Supremacy Away Freni FimilY of Jont.. attract a largo turn-out of members.' THE BOSTON BRAVES They Are Stronger This Season Than In Several Years Psst American 3-1 Chicago S 1 jVhilmiolphla 000 000 1 U -1 Waleh Kuhn: Brown and Eijan. 15-4 New York Detroit 101 101 10 U New York 010 045 13-2 Work, Pernoll, Covfngtoii nud Stau- age; Vaugljau nud Street. 14-9 Boston St. Louis -IOO 000 13 3 Boston......190 010 13 2 C. -Brown, Lake, Powell) Mitchell and Stephens; Hall, JJ us helm an, fled- ieni nud Carrigan. 9-5 Washington Washington ..-Obi 005 Jl 3 leveland 010 100 li il 3 E. Walker and Henry; Blnuding, Bnskette and Easterly. New York Cincinnati Chicago PlUsburs Boslon Brooklyn Philadelphia. St. Louts L. Pel. .810 .430 .IttiS Aiiicrk'iin ClliCHffO tlostou Philadelphia Detroit Clovetmul New York SI. Louis W. 20 U 10 12' 11 9 li 1'ct. .500 .480 Association w. nieapolle 17 Cbhimbus.......... is St. Paul............. Toledo............... Milwaukee Kansas City........' U Pci. 7 JIM FLVNN'S TRAINED Tommy Jim Corbott ancl Tom- my Him t 9 Got.il'nto Shape Tlio .lapk JorjiiBou-JIm FJyim IB oil fur July UIH M., IhurG-Hoeins to no doubt, for Curloy; ininuiKor. of Klyiui and i ro- moler of tho hls'vflBbt, HUH cloned .'ill ilcula for the holding of thu bout, on MI lo lh.9 posting br'tliu forfeit Cor Johri- son's and Jaok aaka only ?UOO to train for'ii few weeks. Th't> nwtcu hue been con in de-red a Joke lii Home for several tnonthy mill many, nuthorllley prodlcted. that It would How-; ever, It hag tnfceu an'entirely different turn. The bimluoss men ol! Las Vegas have put their ohouhlors to the w he-el imd.'urc booHtlng the light to bent thu They have gone so UB to have Iho Legislature jiuas a bill legal- izing boxing, yo that everything BCDIIIS in npnle-plo order. 'lynujB going abouthis prepara- tion In a Iwslue'aslilce manner. Me LETHBRIDSE MAali '.ET9 Grain jirlcoa on thy 1 market n-ro uBBiiinhig a more favor, .ibhj-toue there being a noticeable dj iclino' to- Di.Uer niul OKKB n'ro til ithiuigetl In jtrfcc, while uolutooa are noted' ut ?-'7.00 lo 92u.OO nor ton. n alirornla fireon continue 1} arrive, wlt.h no cipjirccluhle drop In niicc. No. 1 Northern'.. j; will first put; in two weeks nt Hot prlngs and boil out. start .Ills systenjallc point near Las Then he will Iraliiliig at I IB will iNo. NoTlliern Northern No. 5.......... JKo. U.......... No. 1 Hod No. Alberto Ueil -Mo. Alborta Hed N'o. -I Alherla Hed 5 Albsrta Reil Is'o. (J Alberiu Red 13itrleyT No. I! nm-ley, No. 4 llran, per ton Tommy Hyim. grenleat ring per ton...... generals that 'evor'.liyert, (o Leach him j Outs, per ton, sncketl .522 .458 .400 -4H9 .280 ancouver Victoria 'ortloud Ipoknne 'acqma -cattle Northwestern Association Minneapolis........... 2 G St. Paul.............. 5 7 Owenos; Thoinna n Tragessor. Milwaukee............ it 10 Cansag City 3 IQ Nicholson and Marshall; Rhodes O'Connor. lolumbus.......... 'oledo............ McQuillan and Smith rauil. Louisville.......... ndianapolis......... Xortuup and Madden ''asey. 5 2 C Wesl anc 3 5 2 li Link. aii.cl cattle ortland JVorthwcstcrn 10 11 1 FnH-srton, Schneider and Whaling; .qonifield and Harris, pokane............... 5 5 4 acorna.............. u f) 3 Krnft and .nnd La- ine. ,I; tincouver 3 ictoria i f, o McCreery-and Ttleek; .Belford and Tiitcriiational All games rain. The Brown fpny Is lecoming very] and it wollld.be a to The Boston Nationals Ihia .season are stronger than they been in some time and their admirers are hopeful that they will occupy a high-, er position in the league than Calgary they have in years. It ia n long time since the club .hag been a factor in j tho pennant frght In tae National Lea-j WESTERN YV. L. i' 2 32 3 3 Pet. .607 .600 -333 loches-ter Jersey City .Buffillo Baltimore Eroyirience Toronto ilontreal Newark Intcruatioun.1 W. L. 12 5 13 7 9 7 S !l S 10 S 10 Pet. .551) .SCO .5511 .458 .ISO .385 Pet. .700 .'050 .563 .471 .-14-4 .44-1 .412 'BUGS" RAYMOND ASKS REINSTATEMENT "Bugs" Raymond, formerly of Na- tional League rnine, hut now a mem- ber_of the Chicago team in tiie United States by Alder- man House John" of on ffesldont Hevr- mann and nshe-d to he reinstnted Ijy the -Is'aUonar commission, Not only does Raymond want to be relusiiuiid, ilr; Herrmaiin to give him a-berth on tho pitching staff a-! tho Reds, His appeal will be consid- ered. all tho tricks and he will have n, carp of good, tough JlgTr'.ers. lu ,-work with Tommy Burns has offered to ivorl with ,11m, and If he does It will hel] a lot, for ho one knot's Johnson bet ler ilmu this same ToiL'iuy. Jim Coi belt hag offered his. services, mid it Is likely lhat Jim will be then 'when the finishing touches tire ap plied. Flynn figures that Johusoi not bo auytlinig near uf. gocd as when they last' mot, while hV will much bolter, and, thcrefors, hib chances of winning areMucreaeaJ that muchl He figures thai, the long layoff has done the colored no good, -undouhiedly Von tell what'will happen in a this'-may he''Flyiiii's lucltv chance. JohiiBon will start for the BCQUC' of the battle shortly and get iii readiness -for training. Ho says he will need only about three, we-eks, but' be may bo .mistaken. -Tack IE never very far from condition, but, just the same, he may find that ugc will tell, as it did with Jim Jeffries. BULLETINS 3T.-CYprtiArr5.r-GO i o.ALL There will be ii full practice of the St. Cyprian's Football club on Tliurs- dny'evcnlng'at 7 o'clock sharp. Ail playing members' are renuoetert to turn" out. -Grounds south of clmrch. COBB WANTS INFIELD WORK and bids; team flEhtine pIace RED fair to Hupplant the. houaa near the Lop, Since Johnny Ward which of more members on ,thc...diamoqd. than any other circle. At present there.are flve major leag-: uers .who" .anawer to the name of Br.own, and each, i-j a pile her. The' most prominent Mr, Brown ,ia _ ___ the Cliicafio. Cuba, while Arthur DEER WON THE OPENING took hold team aa part owner! Red Deer new life seems to have been injected day witnessed' "ils farst into the as they are now There are some good bats- men in the line-up ;ind they should be able to win a good many- games L. jball game in a real "organized league and was placed map. Great interest was displayed .by. all classes of citizens. JIflypiv-' Welliver prb- the -fermer third baseman of the.. Brownp boast ,a pair of athletes; Whp.carry that name. ...One is South- tbc ,a ,n at paw.Charlei.Hoy and the other Right- hander Elmer, ..Then the Boflton Braves have Cliayles the ex- out a kid hile Connie >fn.ck'.3. trying whoae.front Initials are C. A DIAMOND MARVEL Eddie Ruled, BiMmin In E Beit Second In Eddie Collins the 'Athletics have one of the ireateat ba.ll players on Una diamond: .Connio Mack secured Col- lins for a song, as he did moat of hia. Btdr playeri. went Lo the Ath- letics from Columbia UnlveraKy, he gained quite a reputation a-a a. diamond artist. HG wan held on the bench for two seasons before his wonderful ability as a player discovered. When he got the .chance lo show the .stuff he was made of he made good from, the start. Eddie has been big factor In the ot Joe Jacknon will make a strong birl for the batting championship of the American 'Leagua this season, Cleve- land, fang believe that he will beat out Ty Cobb for the houor. FOOTBALL PLAYER HAD LEG BROKEN Jack Wilkinson, a local foot- ball brok-. en Juat above tho ankle night, the result of an accid- ental kick fro.ra a playing nmte on the Overseas grovinil laot He was taken in tho charge of Dr. Levering, und re- yiohs troin the hospital gay Lhtil he' is doing well. Wilkinson has lately arrived from the Old. Country, and. 13 rated as a good player. two pennants for the Athletics. Some of (.ho ton BO ball crlticu consider him ilia heal second baeemati Hi the his-. lory of the game. He Is a tint, class fielder, n grand hitter, a speed marvel on the baisa and ihinea In all departments of the game. Up to date baa given evidence thnl. IIP. will Miiary wtftlnf for you JQU decide to take a little Dtapepaln. Tell your rtruggkt that you want Pape'B Dlapeptln, you want to become tboroufhly cured time. if your atomach feels out of order tad' uncomfortable now, you can IB BID- from aii aiomaoh I hnvo one of the best aeasoni he hai u as soon ever wh while n member of the Pitcher Joe Wood, of the FJonlon lied Sox, blda -ralr. to bo one of the shining llBbU of the dlnmond tula not only a great box urliit, but he handy man with the club. Because ihey ici so. gently (no purelnyor f'p'nj) yet so thoroughly i NA-DRU-CO LAXATIVES 1 Icr Ihs children u veil is 1 Ihe frovn-ups. 25o. i boi it your claimed a holiday .from three o'clock so that the people 'might have aii op- portunity of amending the game and the response was general, as' may be noted from the .attendance ef 900. Promptly at S p.m. an automobile par- ade started which made Its way with great eclat to the grounds. .Alayor "Welliver after a brief speech pitched the first ball and G, VV. Greevo endeavored lo catch It. The Hed Deer team was strengthened by the arrival of Outfielder CIcmenaon from Victoria "Ducky" Holmes, u-ad this was a fac- tor In the Eskimos defeat Q-a.' Score by Edmonton .........001 002 Ited Desr ...._.. .610. 020 BASSANO WALLOPS CALGARY Bassano, Alia., .May excit- ing batting rally by Hassano in the eighth inning, which aeeuTod them six runs ami placed them four ahead of Calgary finished a rather slow ex- hibition between Calgary and Bassano at Berkeley Park, ilassano, tonight, when the second series In the West- ern Canada league between tlicso two .earns was embarked upon. The score at the flnifh stood 13 to n. Incident- ally (he game mnrked the opening of Haesano's new ball' park, which Is (iulte ill keeping with the. progrcs-j slve spirit of. Iho town. A public I holiday was declared for the occasion school children marched down lo Uie j grounds ami they were officially and opened by Mayor Whiting iltchlng the first ball and Councillor Ed. Purcell facing him at bat. Bassano 11 7 Calgary......021 210