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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 4, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 6 THE LETIIBIUDGE Tuesday, November J, 1013 To Receive Salary of Meeting Held al Moose Jaw-Salary Limit Fixed at Mean Business Next Year Moose Jaw. Xer. los ol Medicine Hut, chosen pres- ident oi tie Western Canada. league1 fur at tlie annual roee-tlng of tUc orsaoiisUoa held in ins Royal Ceorse iolel today. Ralph Mantcy of Moose daw -KM selected for vice president. Tbe selection of the president was the leature ot the tneeting. After the many stormy sessions o( last season It "was expected tb.it Inere heated arguments orer tho elec- tion "of league head, 'tut there was riot out tirsh word spoi.eo by any of the representatives during ths day. ,Witn the bis question came up, Mr. Yi'eitmin of Regtna, reviewed list season's unsatisfactory happen- ings and .voiced it as his opinion that a man should be offered the position was in no way connected. with any club la tie league. Ha sttted that un tie !9U adpiinislratioa conduc ted OD a strictly business lite basis Regina club would EOt enter league. 'Saskatoon repre- sentatives stated .that, tbtir club was of tie time opinion and it was en rlorsed'tr all present Alter manj names had been nunUoaed, Mr. FieM -Kis srpjwsed bv John Wwtmaa and. iecbuied by Ctarke, o Jtw." Jfr. HeffllBg.irlirrBCtlT oi aa'if fill select his own secretary. Mr. will no's! according to .'the Jtsdfdne; Mr. was ieit fo and Trill in: all nWllYy V. to the WORLD'S CHAMPION LADY GOLFERS PLAYING IN CANADA ry.limit to 51SOO with a playftr lirait H.me-n. Tfce motion cairied. substantial increase iu salary will -given to the iadicaior holders next easoo, and (Uey will be first class en who icon- from experience hoa o handle a oajl game along big lc--j re lines. Holiday games u'.y la future bo tr.cssei tor lie price, o! regular cbduied coaleaii. it Ine gea- ral' opinion ot the gathering that the raisins of tie bleacher admission to aO cents on holidays was an impos- llon on the fans, hence the en'.. A Vnotty Question which camo up vas the matter of rhaktng special oncessions to the Medicine Hat club. Deacoa White, o! Edmonton, finally Dived the problem, and the Hat split the general admission ol all loroe and away games. This was the only concession arrived at which was agreeable to Jlessrs. Ganther and of Medicipa Hat. The 19H season will open on May 1st, and close of August 29. An increase tie slnslng fund ol the league was also discussed and a motion to carry out the plan carried As a result wen" club will put up a guarantee of 11.000 on the first day ot llarch, and ttu Hill core g period of five veers.. In addition oich club will put up another J50 April 1st, Trhirti will ba uted ue'eipenssi, while the presides will ie instructed to' retain the firs from the pool 2tth. Til turn irill also Wused u en 'peases during the seifon, but be reftraaed at of the scheSul to'the ;U partlcip'aling The Old Bachelor .says: Don't care how stout you There's type for We fit the-hard to the physique type patterns are faultless. Note too that the graceful iines and the keenest craft of fashion are incorporated in the iSemi-ready Coats. If you like something dif- ferent" H can .be. made f o your Order, .right in a Semi-ready means" real money-saving and the higher form of clothes service, The Semi-Ready Store 9, C. >NAPPER CLEANED UP THE BOOKIES Snapper the olcHImt cVey, handed the betting ring at he. Laurel track a Jolt the other comptlleci some of ioa.kmakers to 90 to the strong box iff a re they could continue op Ions ..GarrJion started a. h named Bnrth. -He had been per 'arming well o'n Iht Canadian cuit early {n the season but the fay efc fwrgot about his krtbwn Mkirn 'or a heavy track. Garrison 50 tusy at toon a e foundation for ball club. ttsnca made no rJistaSe in getting 'cosuila! list, Smlth.-vthe young talian backstop, was bongnt from Kingston (OT ?500. The' New Yoiii IT OQo to JeTcfev lor a a the undesirables, tor ivlth tie tcepllon of Hal Chase and JacS Mt-Dlt, none of them sfayed In major ague company. Of tha ten who were ElRined, sU were pitchers. In BeiIc-xmnell and Hoff; catch era, Sweeney, VlllUme and Sterrctt; Infleldera: rnase, Hartieil, Derrick, Voung, 512.CCO to Baltirr.ove tot -Hai-Eel and to Mbnlreal for Gilhoo. ley. The price paid lo New Unrfon for Outfielder Holden was while Ihe Houston Club ol tie Uasae received a tola! ot tov neynolos, Whlteman and Hose. "Uutber Co6S -was secured t-om Austin tor and'-ljoone; the siorutop, cost Vi.OOO- CrisB, of Houston, was sold to Chance for while the same 'amount was spent for King Cole, (torn Spo'jtane, Kov. Dig game hunters arc enjoylag better sport this fall and winter In the Spokane county mountain regions tbnn ever before, and the indications are that they will not have to go so far nBeld aa ordinarily, weather conditions In tne upper feeding grounds having driven the animals iDto the winter feeding grounds earlier than usual. "Settlers In the nor-Iherh Idaho limber regions tell mo the forest ruminants ere coming Inlo winter quarters in belter condition to In, Priest, Harbison, Barry nd JHdkiff oulfieldere Cree. Woltcr, Daniels and GIliiDolty Will Stis.k. Sweeney, Tcrd, Caldwell, Warhop, Cree, Keating, Fisher, the coll than al any limo sinco the country has been slates Willis T. Burnluro', cruiser for Used Pruning and Harfzoll ire still in the St Foul lumber company, who stop- Before the American league season n-as a month, old, Chinee began to use tie prlning knife. HoS was sold 10 Lawrence, Voung-to Sacrarccnlo, and Barry lo Jersey Then Derrick was released to while Martin, Priest, Davis and ot the N'ew Yorlr Americans, 'but 11 is generally believed belore neit sc-ason .Welter, Cree, Fwd and possibly Warbon will be sent lo other fields. Chance intends to further stHngthen the pitching and the outfield. Gllhooley and off Vn BpoVane, retiitnlng from a five weeks' trip through northern S Idaho. "The forest flrea several years ago resulted In converting vast artis of underbrush Into excellent piling grounds, end the fleer .and. ell! have had .tne finest kind of -were' turned orer to Rochester. and Slurap were traded to Clevo iand fcr Pe'cklnpaufin, Harbison was returned to Atlanta and Slerrett practically sure of regular outfield berths, while Chance wili 'jnaVa no changes In the inOeld trial fta'.ahcd Ibe recent campaign. There will be a grass having beta within easy teach. This la one reason tne animals are coming out ot lh< mountains earlier than .usual, and sold outright to- Venice, Cal. Chase went to tbe White Soi (n exchange foj Borton and Zefd'er. while Mfdkfff and Daniels figured In Ibe deal for Malse of the Baltimore Orioles. added. to the ciub'u roster before Xew Year's, and abo'a pit cber of national The task of building up the team bas been some thing that only Chance cduli aro congregating now In larger herds along the strearos-lhan evet before. 1 saw scores of them in wandering through the, toroaU, gelling often within easy stone throw of was allowed to lo tbe Braves and the end Is not yet' before they departed." How a British Correspondent Failed .in. Attempted VARBON AND RAY SUPREME Virdoa and llay will tack no championship heit, hut they crnclieu enough course cordB in America, to Bll a ware- house. Bays, an American writer. As one contemplates, the-'eren and sweep of Ihclr game day after day over course affe.r course, the wonder grows that Oiiimcl was ablo to check their march. We are Trilling to' yloid the Bngllsomen this derplle defeat In the there laa't an umateur to America, anfl bul few professionals, who' could bea: either bno battle out of ten.starts yho: Boston phenora kicked In a' the proper monient on tho eleventh occasion. ABothtr s'Jremhm, .for more rocM In tie, been made, which lit hJU the recommendation of helm; a novelty. Thta nothing elw Ihtn to divide the. 16 of two major i Into two jlriiloni, A aid B which, shall play u gat-club leagues. Division A-would consist of tue four tint dlrWon dubt In each league, xt'le Dlvltion B would ctaufal of lie right eeooad-dlvhlon The ad- vantage claimed for this plan IB Ihut A be composed enflre- .'y of cl'ips of some class, KB suio tiv.l- endera would be barred by.tl.ll em, being forced to etlekT along In DlvlBon B for year. The building- j prooess would taJre place in Rlvl- slon B. Tte races would be 'more f even In both dlrlfikm.i and (hero would j IB Intense competition, not only for tie honor of winning the pennant Iu both divisions, but also for finishing n Ant four of eaci year, toe first four clubs in each division would con-'Icute Division A for the following year. Thla Ides, of increasing compe- tition, and rtpedsllr of malting U worth while- to Sghl 'or a phce among the Wrst four Is an e.toalleut one, I ml tho Bliui will nov.tr be adopted for ereral rewoni, chief oi which IB the geographical obstacle. lake way In wWcb the teams Hti- i jehcd season fn tie Notional i aJid Ainerlcan According to thfa novel pian, Dkialon A for next J yew would consist of tour National clubs, New York, Philadelphia, Chicago and Pittsburgh, and four Am- sriesu Leagus Philadelphia, i Cleveland, and Boston. This ivoiiW give five dubs in the Ewt only tfcree In ths Wcat, msilng an economical and convenient scae4- j iule an impossibility." It-.wall. i place both Phllalelphia c.lulit In the i tamo divW-on, vhlcii would bo a hand- i jlcap, u tbe fans oJ.the large cltr UroulS bo barred from Eeeing any ot the clubs of tho second division. Dlv- i (clon Ti would consist, of fire clubs In j 1 the Wset and only threo in tie Emi. ifblle St. Louis vfould be, 4epvS-vc4 o? the plejsura of eeelas tie Giants, Ilia and other Irst class clubs. j division of tills sort can r evr bo carried through, 'for a ieaOTO OTEtHoott after Its schedule tbe first tiiinit and must be we'll balanced reo- graphically In order to exUt-The nter-eatlng, but nol practical, f.ot hesa rsaionB. It for no others, COFFEY LOOKING FOR MATCHES Jim Coffey. the DnWln Giant, wLo has returned from a visit !o Ire- laud, is looking far matches. Coifer has not been seen in tha ring since he outhosed Fireman Flynn In New YorK last-spring. Ho weighs JM pounde, and In splea.lld coaditloa now. He doesn't tar Ctrl Morrli ov Gun- ooat aroith. f WEAVER WINS SILVER BAT "BucV .Weaver, former Xorihajnn- ton player, led the Wblto Soi in Wt- ling last season, with a mark o! 272. He drew a silver bat from a Chicago nerchant Despite the rather erratic play of Trancls Ouimcf, since the youthful Massachusetts golfer won IV.3 United open championship by dcleat- tl.e young American golfer was busy overturning IJritish golfing tiifr CwtTfSpQrttod5 wete equally tusy in establishing another news handling record for n'-Eolf event ing hoih Ray and Vardon In the sen-- in Ihe little press room Coun- saUonal extra round at lltooiline, ty club. More than a'quarter oil jatfon tlie lollowcts oi- the ancient and hon- orable game continue to discuss Ihe CATARRH BUDDER MhraDi she rasXs of ths or icmarinMi'. text. mar.v suites. chamvs, where tie has steadfastly ie j owjng to the cscHltij scer.cs jtfentl- million ime sent over the wdts, and by cable- to I-on- doa and Kdinbutuh.durlliig Ue five maltied. HUNTED MOOSE BY PHONE. Xew Nor. cjip 01 ujv-ai os'jal of hearing of a man hunting a ity -a! American a: moose' by telephone. .This sent a few miles from N'ew Mskeard a diy or two ago, when a farmer saw a moose close, to his home. Ho procured hU riSe, but the animal riaii gc-l loo far away from him, lie tailed up his neighbor on Ihe phone and told .him to look 'out for hull moose coming upon the final (.wo days ol the vnamttit many intereitini; sHc- its veie (omporarily ovtrlookeiJ. t ol these wa1! .If.e f r rcpoit what wai without d'oabt the gteatcsl g.otf (oiir- natnenl ever tieW in the world. Tfie (Xjtiespcihdfnts, working ai lop speed In' the misl, tain and mud, made Solr.e rrwts .al- though these were not given the same amount of publicity' that followed his way. Tho lit-igbor got lie mocse. 'ouiTnet's victory, days of play. Jt bme'llvp- a y work on the part ol the writ- ers to cover field and Fomearaus- ng ir.dilcnts occurred. Or.e- visiting Knglifh correspondent will probably remember the eienl lot When Vaidon holed his puU on the the hole ami appwred to Im- as a winr.er. British soiling supremacy lasted nearly three-quar- ters .ol an hour, or until Ouinict holed his long putt lor a 3 on the 71st green. H is. a good IiO-yarrl run Irom tlrf yec.i to the tlub hou5e and the Eng- lish correspondent did it close lo the first DASt J.ondon to "Hong 6lyrupic figures, tut patch and on its Melbourne. The ncjt day the Ktiftlishman waiwd until Ouimet had sunk Ms last Pull on the final gtttn heiore the new champion. liiit again he was beaten, i tying. lor another cortcspondcn field and would nave a little match behind .1 ncrlfcl lie in the ceritet Saturday to -.vhich would carry the fair green, waiting lor bis hack the title, O'Jimet at 'the Nine rtarty beaten to was in the "sloujh ol oM." The average jtnoVer can give no for his cigar preference he e'llher li braatl or he cfoesn'l. When you first fry, Clear Havanas you will "Goodl" Inovjinj you find ihem superior. Bui it may interest you lo tnsa'wliy. Il's tecause, drjl of all, we carefully iclsct the piclt of Curia's leaf thtn me only riignly Allied labor to convert that leaf into cigari, Nol every man will prefer IriU brand but 99 oul of every hundred will. Topalar "Brevas'' anapa, R. Webster Limited Shcrbiookc. Canada ;