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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 14, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta OCTOBER 14, 1913. THE LETHBRIDGE, DAILY HERALD PAGE, THREE OFFICIALS OF OUTLAW .LEAGUE SUGGEST TWO TEN-CLUB MAJOR "CIRCUITS BOTH TEAMS TO- SAN FRANCISCO Boston, Oct. was con-.rt ijecture here -tonight auiong baseball fans as to whether anything would develop from the informal meeting i lield in Philadelphia late last of the three members of the national commission ami men identified the Federal League, at winch tlie present situation of baseball cussed. It was learned, that cd baseball lias not changed its tiluile, that while there 'are me ftho Federal League who would be into organized baseball, present conditions warrant only two The" suggestion that two ten-dub circuits be organized, the extra cluhs H c from the Federal League, "was not entertained by the members of the national commission. It was admitted at the meeting by most of Ithose present, it is understood, that the game, would'be'-better oil in .Chi- cago and St. Louis with two clubs instead of having three. The meeting, which was brought about by men identified with tlie Fed- eral League, ended without any un- derstanding that the informal talk iivas to be resumed. VICTORIA WILL REMAIN IN HOCKEY LEAGUE Will Play Striae of Garnet it Panama-Pacific Exposition Boston, Muss., Oct. Rootoii Americans and the Philadelphia Nationals, who finished their world series games today, will KO intact to the Pacific Coast for 11 series ol' 'games, beginning ill San Francisco on Octoher 29, ac- cording to arrauKements made today by the National Commls- sion, the crooidents o; the two cluhs, and a representative of the Panama-Pacific exposition. Tiic teams will play In Chi- cago. Omaha. Denver and Salt Lake City on the way to tho Coast, and also 111 Los An- geles and San 0iego. Tail, the weU-knqvrn Toronto runner, is a corporal in tlie Cana- Field Artillery; and Hector Phil- lips, another great athlete, is wHh him. They are now "somewhere in in nil. probability. When fJrover Cleveland Alexander started in as a major league pitcher five years ago he stated that it was his ambition to fan batsmen in fivo years. He accomplished that feat a few days ago at the expense of Hans Wagner, Pirate swatsmith. fH is a matter of comment-in New, Are Stacking Grain Near Milk River HOW A CHINAMAN MAKES MONEY Milk Hivcr, Oct. bad wea- ther of tlie early part of the week put a stop to threshing for a tow days, but we are pleased to report that operations.have again been re- sumed. Many; of'.the farmers are real- izing that if will be impossible for the threshers, to thresh all the grainj in the stook before the cold sets so they are.stacking their grain. LI, This course seems very advisable as X there'is also a scarcity of machines in the district for the amount of grain to be threshed. Owing to the rise in price of wheat York and elsewhere that Hostoii did' Par( ol the week a not show any excitement because the of'the farmers shipped a car- Red Sox won the American League !oai1' to be the prevail- championship. Boston, however is opinion that the price will go yp not blase in baseball even if it has hlRTr of next six- had 18 championship teams since i so To the timers ol tlie 1871. Tell it not iu Cincinnati itown thc sight of gram tanks comm 'The Reds might have won comments a Cincinnati exchange, "if they had an Alexander." Well, the 1 Keds here ami there have owned plathewson, Crawford, Overall, Don- lin, Kelly, "Buck" Ewing. McPheo, Corcoran, Stcinfeldt and eight- or 20 others classed as pretty fair ball players. In this game one can't al- ways till. I in looks KUI [just passed. d after the lead years KILBANE OUTPOINTS DELANEY Akron, Oct. a rather tame in-round' bout here, last night, Johnny Kilbahe, featherweight cham- pion outpointed Cal Delaney, another Cleveland boxer. Kilbane outclassed Delaney, .who apparently was to stay the limit. Alagruth, Alta.. Oct. Long Chlng of tlie Long Jim Co., marketed tho IftHt of bin celery crop today with Plunk- elt Savage-of Lethbridge. Chlng is worthy of the name of "Celery for he has concretely demonstrated that thin tender plant can bo suc- cessfully and very profitably raised here. From less than a quarter of an acre lie raised (5000 heads, which sold for 5 cents per head, producing him Where is Ihe farmer that gathers worth of produce per acreV Congratulations, Mr. China. PROBABLE SUCCESSOR C. A. MASTEN, K.C. Ottawa, Ont.. Oet. vacancy on the Ontario Supreme Court bench, caused by the retirement of Mr. ,Ius- ticetlce Teetzel will probably be filed within a day or so by appointment of C. A. Masten, K.C., one of the beat- known Toronto lawyers. W. B. Xorthrup, M.P. for East Hast- ings, and Cyril -Boyce, M.P. for Al- goma, have been mentioned for some months as candidates for tho position, but it is understood the plum will go to the Toronto man. Harriott, Alta., Oct. Chal- mers has been removed to hospital suffering from a severe attack of ap- pendicitis. Lovers of the terpslchorean art had ample opportunities ol' "tripping tho light fantastic" this week-end. The two dances organized by the K. C. congregation and the Soldiers' Aid were well patronized by tho people of Burdett and district. Mrs. M. Bro- jihy mid her assistants worked hide- fatlgably towards making their dance success, with the result that the sum of was added to the church fund. Tho Soldiers' Aid also netted 5.50 towards their good cause. Hev. Mr. Peck preached in the Meth- odist church last Sunday evening. Threshing results are still proving satisfactory despite the unfavorable veatiier. Hugh McGal'iiard realized 1000 bushels from 50 acres. Adolph Johnson had an average yield of. 65 bushels to the acre. The local elevators are kept very msy night and day. W. b. Baker from Dayloa has beeu ongxced Blstant to Mr. Cooke at Ogttvlfc's. L is assisting Jlr. Anderson at the Alberla grain Sir. Hill B helping bis brother elevator. SCOTTY ALLEN AT VANCOUVER WITH OVER HUNDRED RAC- CANINES Vancouver, Oct. Al- len, famous Alaskan dog driver, and his team of equally famous ar- rived in the city today on their wav to France. Allen came in on the boat from Seattle and will take the dogs as far as Quebec, where they will be shipped to France for Alpine sen-ice. He brought 106 dogs, many of whom Vancouver, Oct. Then; will he 6 four-club circuit in the Pacific o___ ___ ______ Coast Hockey Association during the have figured in the In r north turning season, Victoria deciding to the annual Alaskan dog race between remain in the running and Seattle Nome and Candle. being formally admitted, at the fifth annual meeting of the directors of the association, held in this city to- Bay, when the schedule for the" sea- ROWLAND RETAINS Bon was drafted and detailed plans' JOB WITH CHICAGO drawn up. The four compose -the Pa- foe the learns which will infic Coast Hookey League are (Vancouver Millionaires, holders of It-he Stanley Cup the Victoria Aris- tocrats, the Portland Rosebuds, and ,the Seattle Metropolitans. According, to tho schedule drawn up, the.hockey season-will open oa -.December Portland -playing in Van- 'couver and Victoria opening at Se- attle. A total of 36 games.will -be jjlayed, the season concluding on Feb- ruary 25, i Chicago, III., Oct. Clar- once Rowland will be retained as manager of the Chicago- Am- erlcait league club for the 1916 season, Charles A. Comiskey, owner of the team anonuncetl. today. Rowland has just finish-" ed Ills first season as a major league pilot. Under his lead- ershlp the White Sox finished a .good- third' !n "the- American -league race. v HIS PILE; 10 OUTFIELDER WHO HELPED ATM TO WIN TITLE AN- NOUNCES RETIREMENT FliHsdelphia, Oct: N. (Rube) Oldrlng, one ot tho iour re- gaining members of Connie Mack's Four times .pennant winner and three Eimes wQtld's champion Athletics has innounced his retirement from baser tall, to take effect at the close of .he present -season. Oldting will give ip baseball for the simple.life on his 'arm near Brighton, N. J. Though thirty-one years old, Old- could down an outfield job or at least four more seasons. His fork this brush ha< not been up to