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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 19, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THE PACE THRKi WEDNESDAY, MAY 19, Has Been Defin- itely Abandoned now the New York club is just ai well organized as any club The continued only thing necessary is to build t When the names ot the men nly irk country added'Pat. "And, by the way, we are not look- ing lor peace. The only way that it will ever come about is for the two maior leagues to-recognize us as a major "fue. I can say for a sure "h'nfe that this is the only way the baseball war will end "Thtre have been lots of stories nrinted- to the effect that as soon as the majors decide to care ot Wecgtaisn' the Wards and other Fed- eral league powers, peace will be brought about, but, that is absurd.. "The Federal league magnates in about every instance own their parks eutnght. The men are so tiedI up fin- ancially and with contracts that they would forfeit everything they own in connection with the league should i they accept any terms other than the taking o! the Federal league into the told as a third ma- have found all the Federal mag- nates men who place the desire to have a winnsr above the commercial side of the game." in Gotham Christy Hathwrion won his first game'of flie season Cleveland, Ohio, May 18.--TH. Cleveland American ba.eball team ha decided to shift Outfielder Joe Jacfc son, leading batsman of the first base- Elmer Smith, pinch fitter will Ifiay right field; .Walter. Barbaw will displace Bill tnlra bate. The changes lire made to.lm- London. -May IS.-Tlie Goodwood races, one of'the fashionable sport- 'ing events of England, Imve been de- finitely abandoned this year. Lord Derby, sneaking today at Wlgan, said the Jockoy club hud informed a repre- sentative of the government that he had only to say tlie word, and racing would be stopped within 24 hours. If it, .went on the government was solely responsible. FEDS FOR NEW YOU BUIIT 111916 FIRST BASE NATIONAL lijladrrlphia jhica'go oston' Irooklyn 'ittsburic incinnati St. Louis N'cw York .181 .401 .423 .433 15 .400 KEEN RUN FOR EXPECTED KING'S PUATE niiaueiimm............._ Doak Mi'l Snydor; Dcmaree, Oescher hicago.................. ev.' York Humphries anil Bresnahan; Schauer and Meyers. incinnati Brooklyn Schneiler. Brown and Uooln; ter and MeCarly, Plttsburg................. Boston Harmon Gowdy. 0 4 Pfef- Toronto, May field for the King's Plate race at Woodbine, featuring the open- ing day at the track next Satur- day, probably will consist of a dozen owners, repreBeting nine owners, against eight runners for six owners last year. Followers of the horses de- clare that the coming event will be the most open plate race "in a generation." There are no outstanding favorites v picked so far. and Scbang; Jamci 3 and LIGHTWEIGHT CHAMPION AMERICAN W. L'.- Put. Detroit Boston........ Chicago Washington Cleveland St.'Louis Philadelphia .687 .621 .590 .486 .462 .407 .357 .333 Little Old Ford on qjfompggg Have you cr departs from the even tenor .of its way, was following right along, and he reflected that his p aw .was at his post of duty gathering in the imre- nickels. After all, why should despairing slap on tbi. wrW. ion south of the city, admimsttrinj speak, and swung off the step into the the las- in extremis, and via Elein street, when his pedigreed, roadster suddenly .balked right on the car tracks at the junction ol Welling- ton and Elgin streets.. It was headed westward when the sulky fit broke out over it like an attack of chick- enpo.T. Along came a big.Belt Line car at this juncture, after the custom of Belt Line cars, which always puit in an appearance when they are least expected or desired, and vice versa. "Get out of the yelled Mot- orman Robilliard. "I replied the doctor, "I'm stalled." "Well, we'll you out of the 6 11 Faber Philadelphia............. Bush, McAvoy and Scnang and Schalk. Boston at Cleveland: Postponed, wet grounds. New rain. York at Detroit: Postponed, Washington at St. Louis: Postponed, wet grounds. Pittsburg Chicago Newark Kansas City time when the cars cease from night W6H, we u came back Conductor Cook, for it was drawing nigh unto the St. Thomas street troubling for the to cheerfully coincided the owner ol the balky Ford, and there- upon he got out 01 the cantakerous little vehicle and, with the assistance of the car crew, began to shove on the stationary car. v With three husky mon behind it, something had to give, and the stall- ed eigine- reluctantly resumed burl- ness at the old stand. As the emginc had not been shut oR, it'soon gained momentum, and with Conductor Cook dinning to the running hoard ol the anto -like a fly on a hald head the auto tegah to hit up ouite a brisk pace "Stop yelled the excited own "Stop it yslled the street car autocrat, after he had vain- ly exclaimed at the top ot his.voice. He grabbed the steering wheel, with the result that the car wabbled all over the roadway. .What the con- ductor didn't know about automobiles would -fill a Carnegie library, and he was as helpless as President'Wilson In the-tace of-'a national crisis. Rev. N. H. Medillivray about this tone emerged from his house, and -too'" IB .the situation at a glance. He realized instantly, if not sooner, that the auto was running away. He-had an umbrella in his hand. He rushed otit into-the the um- brella at the frenzied car, and stern- ly shouted, "Lie !'_' This ssemed to nasperate the ford, for It at onm made a vicious 'dive in the direction of the 'who made a prompt and dis- creet retreat to the sidewalk. Conductor Cook by this time had concluded that the boy who stood on the' burning deck was -more or less of a chump. The auto didn't pay the slightest attention to him, He knew there was such a .thing w a spark concealed somewhere about the anatomy: o( the he didn't just where it was or what to do with it if he did. He.glanced back saw that his own ear, which ner- straint, the 'auto T--- along Wellington street until ington street ceased to be, and the only alternative was to jump over a fence and skedaddle down, the-ravine. This the Ford proceeded to do. A wire fence attempted to inter- cept its downward night, but the au-. to slammed into ii and wiped it out of .existence, just like that. _ Along down the hill which was erected at an angle ot about 15 de- the auto chased hi ariously, folliding on W.v down i with a sassv thorn bush. The thorn would not stand for :any such vicious and undeserved Assault as that, and-it then and there re- ,Ui rtnt-.rt in r.nR FEDERAL w. 19 17 16 15 15 12 12 L. Pet. 11 .633 i82 .571 537 .536 .461 .400 .270 Pittsburg...... Kaiserling and Rarlden; Allen, Le- Claire and Barn'. Brooklyn at Kansas City: Postponed, rain. Buffalo rain. at St. .Louis: Postponed, Baltimore at Chicago: Postponed, corded a mart'tor in the Rochester shape of a smashed front axle.. Not- Jersey City withstanding this, plucWy wheeled around and started down the hill hinder and with a, last desperate effort landed_ against a pme situated about down. the 500-foot tree wrenched one oi the hind wheels, off and brought the fractious Ford to INTERNATIONAL W. L. Pet. Montreal Providence Buffalo Richmond Rochester Jersey C" Newark Toronto Jersey City Rochester Richmond Toronto a standstill. The damagb done amounted to about head physician at Soackman's Ford garage says that the auto will'he able to be out and around .tomorrow as lUsual. taken :from its-position on taKen IJCOin mo down to the flats, that way to the garage._______ __________ Buying an Indian MOTORCYCLE Means keeping the ,the country 1 THERE 18 NO WAR TAX PRICE ON THE "INDIAN" Indian Motorcycles BUILT IN CArlAPA One, Two and Spsetis Prices From: to .fSSO Vanadium Steel Censtruetls'n Indian Is rjcojniled as the leader throujhout 'the othtr maktri cepy. D. E. Bicycle Repairtr Gunsmith Phone 10 8 6 9 ,7 5 3 4 -FREDDIE WELSH champion boxer of the world; who will be-seen in moving pic- tures at the Variety .Theatre, here, next Friday and Saturday, on the oc- casion for which he secured the light- weight title: from-iWillie Ritchie. The Internationa''; character of the match attracted -world-wide attention, when two clever lads met in London last July The Variety will -undoubtedly be nacked to capacity, both days. The Bdasisslon lee nas-'ueen, placed in the reach .ofall..... .825. .615 .600 .600 .538 .385 .300 .286 5 3' i. 2 1 Buffalo-Providence: Postponed, cold, Montreal- Newark: Postponed, rain Post- AM. ASSOCIATION St. Louisville.................... Milwaukee................... Indianapolis at Kansas City poned, rain. Cleveland at Minneapolis: Postpon wet grounds. NORTHWESTERN Vancouver................... Seattle....................... Tacoma-Vlctpria: Postponed, rain. Aberdeen-Spokane: Postponed, rain NORTHERN Fort Winnipeg.........V 3 St. Boniface............. BEAT A RETREAT 'Kid" Alberts "ran ,out" from his match with Frank "Barrleau at Van-, couver last week. The "Kid': r.nd his manager Veft.-the promoters in the lurch and put .them up against heavy expense account, Old Ways Merely Quieted The Corn The New Way Endi It Some.fplks still cling to liquids, to inefficient plasters, or to merely paring corns. they wrons themselves. .Their own friends keep tree from corns by using plasters. They apply one in.a jiffy, then forget the corn. In 48 hours, without pain ors'soreness, the. entire corn comes out. 1 A famous chemist found this way which makes corns out-of- 'date. -One can't prevent them easily, hut to keep them is folly. Millions of people know that. Let's see whatnMsiory says: d Away Times Today Stone Age man held a, pebble, in mouth for moisture and to .prevent to Forlorn makeshift of an and and herbs served better where plant life existed. Early Spanish explorers found the Aztecs used pleasant and agreeably, chewy-welcome relief from tropical heat. Refined Mexican Chicle, its. merits proven by the test of the basis of Perfect Gum in the Perfect Package. MADE IN en Chew it after meal ST. ANDREW'S N. LETHBRIDOE A great deal of interest should be aroused tomorrow night at Adams Park, when" the -two, .crack teams of Nortu Lethbrtdge come' together, St. Andrew's and North Lethbridge Unit- ed. r St Andrew's team is as follows: W. Linning, MacMillen, Hamilton, Bell, Miller, Tenant, Bell and W. Linning. NORTH LETHBRJpGE UNITED P.O. A practice game aas been arranged by the above'club with St. Andrew's on Adams Park at 7 p.m.. Thursday ev- ening: AH'players are'requested to be on'liaiid at St. Andrew's church at 6.45 p.m. ._______ and Saturday, 21st AND 22nd (Formerly The AdmiSSiOn-25 CCnto. WELSH-RITCHIE 20' Round International Bout HOGAN" DEAD Angeles, CBl., May fun eral of Wallace H, Bray, known to the baseball world as "Happy. manager of the Venice Coast 'ieagu team, who died early today, will b held Wednesday, afternoon. The Ben evolent and Protective Order of Elks of which he was a member, will bave charge of the services. Six of the players on the Venice team will act as active pallbearers. The honorary pallbearers will be the remainder of the players of the club and several prominent baseball olti- Bray was stricken with pneumonia a week ago after a plunge in a swim- ming tank. HARRY, LpRD GETS RELEASE Chicago, Lord former third baseman and captain of the White Sox, the club with- out notification, last August, has. been Kiven his unconditional release. Lord applied lor his release, saying that he desired to 'purchase a half-in- terest In the Portland, Me., team which is his home He plans to play as well aa manage the club. Hugh Duffy former manager of the Sox, Is interested with Lori-in the Portland venture. Making the of It Baseball'boosters1 of Montreal al wav. at'lKe open ins of the This Is the only opportunity they have The Roytl are going Jlke a house oh fire- London, May dispatch to the London Post from the north of France, says "There are signs that the Germans ave reached the lim.ts of their avail- ble reinforcements The ettraordm- ry heavy losses they suffered recent, y-they are'said to have a casualty 1st of in the battle of Ypres upset all their plans for "renewed onslaught Mtsanwhil- "herc is-a great artillery action progress and there is no longer any doubt that the allies the uppw land. Regarding the French advance at there is reason to believe General Jofire with his accustomed n his official statements' ot ranee claimed. "The readjustment ot the British me north of Ypres has proved neat advantage to the British and. their allies It has given them a. sounder base and has rendered offensive movement by the Germans so costly that they have practically, ceaied to attempt any since. i Notwithstanding the difficulties) that JlWlinsi'iluuinft that the presents because the German right bank is higher than the Franco-Belgian leftf hank the river has been crossed at; various and the enemy's posK tions have been carried at the -j of the All along the line the J'j continuous blows dealt by the sljias g are'visibly an. edect CANADA GETS BIG ORDER London, May W L Grlffi-hs. secretary to the High Commissioner s_, office, says that out of a war office oce, s tender for pounds For Msn, Wonwn md ChQdrtn ;