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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 3, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, april s, 1916 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE PART OF THE CJJOWD THAT SAW WILL A1U)-M()1{ AN TIGHT. PHONE 1722 P If-9o tues. (tomorrow) b"o n ly"AND wed., apr. 4-5 CANADIAN Picture shows part of the 12,000 pooplc who wiliiossod the \VllUiv.i!-Moi'an light in New Vork, lined up waiting to gain euli'Linco to MailiHOU Spviaro Gaiacus. OLD COUNTRYFOflTBALL Results of Saturday's Games London, April 1.-Following aro tlio results of today's football gauics, played upon the grounds oC tho llrsl mon-Uoned club: London Combination Arsnnal 2; Clapton 1. CrOydou. 1; Chelsea 'I. Crystal Palace (i; Brontford 'i\ Pulhntn 4; Mllivs-ail 2. Luton 1; Tottenham 2. Queens Parlt 2; Hearting G. Wostham 2; Watl'ord 2. Lancashire Section Bolton 4; Bury 'i. Bvertort 1; Liverpool 0. Manchester 1; Oldham 2. Preston 1; Burnley 2. Southport 2; Blackpool ;i. StocKport D; Muncliester 2. IVIidiand Section nanv3lGy 4; Leedsi G. Chesterneld 3; Leicester 1. Derby 4; Stoke 2. Huadorsfield 2; Kochdalo 1. Lincoln 1; Grimsby 2. Notts County 2; Notts Forest 0. Rotherham 1; Hull 1. Shoffleld U. 1; Shonield W. 1; Bradford City 0; Bradford 4. Scottish League Glasgow, April 2-Following aro tho results of scheduled Scottish !.ni.'ue football games, played yesterday ci tho grounds of the tlrst named clubs: Celtic 0; Morton 0. Hamilton A. 0; Rangers 1. Partlck Thistle 1; Ayv United 1. iloarts ot Midlothian 3; Clyde 1. Queen's Park 0; Dumbarton 2. Alrdrieonlans 1; Third Lanark 0, Aberdeen 5; Motherwell 0. Raith Rovers 0; Dundee 2. Kilmarnock 1; Palkirlc 2. St. Mirren 3; Hibernians 1. Northern Union Oldbam 5; Batley G. Leeds 0; Swindon 5. Brighouse 5; Hunslet S. Danw 4; St. Helen's R. S. Saltord 7; Hull Kingston S. Bradford 14; Bramley 5. WIgan 3; LolRh 0. Hull 22; Hudderslield G. Dowsbury 19; Halifax 0. mil AfillST do: yPE SPIGS Sixteen-Year-Old Boy Springs ii Surprise in Pocket Billiard Tourney I AT TRAINING CAMPS OF BIG LEAGUE CLUBS Chicago, April 1.-One of (ho biR-gest Kin'priKCH of the world's jiockot billiard tournament iit the Inti:roccan building was the play of Ralph Green-leaf, of Monmouth, 111. He startud by rtoteating Champion P.cnnie AlU'ii, who wrested tho title from Alfredo Do Oro three years ago. Greonloat upset the Kansas City player by 100 to 70. As Allen was not playing at his best the win of the boy did not attract much attention so far as his championship chances wore concerned, but the i;roat form ho diiipluyert in lii.s BUbsetiuont matches has put him in the ranks of the title i.:ontonderK. Tho young player was 10 years of ago on Nov. 2, and has been piayintr since ho was 10 years old. At that age he v/as sickly, unable to attend school, and took to playing pocket billiards in a room owned by his father, \V. E. Grcenleaf. At tho age of 12 he was able to defeat all tho JIoii-mouth players and any traveling men who tackled him. ??????? : : : : : : : : A STUDY IN EXPRESSION REMARKS ON IHE SlOE Dodgers Blank Senators Washington, A 'ril ].-The BrooTili-n Nationals won from the Wasnin.rrton Amoileans today, 2 to 0, scoring their runs in the tenth Inning on Miller's double, O'Mara's single and two Infield errors. . Batteries-Chenay, D.Ml and Miller; Johnson, Bontley and Honry. Cardinals Blank Browns St. Louis, April 1.-A batting rally liy the St. Loula Natlonaln with two out In the ninth enabled them to do-feat tho St. Louis Americana in the B"coud game ot tto sprlnp aerjos, 4 ic 0. In eight innings Meadows allowed but two'hits. Ho was taken out tor Butler, a piniih hlltor, who started the scoring. Battirles-Meadowa, Salloe nnd Oon-y.alos; Woilman and Sovorold. Chicago 3; New Orleans 1 New Orloara, April l,~Bimched \iiU in ihe seventh Inning netted the Chi oftgo Nationals enough runs today to Avin from New Orleans, 3 to 1. Batteries-McConnell, Soijf.on and Avchar; Weaver, Gudgor, Wallccv and Do Bovry, 'Senators Release Milan I) Washington, April 1.-Horace Milan, recruit butiielder of the WaahluKtou Amerlcaus, was tuVned over to the - Newark Internationals today. Manager Grlinth retained au option on Milan's services wUoroby ho can bo rooallod. DILLON AFTER WILLARD ' New York, Apyil 1.-Jack Dillon, the. light hoavywolght. came out yesterday with a bold challango to Jess Wlllurd. Despite the groat dlftorenco In siiie, ,Dillon thinks, ho can boat the champion. "X have mot and defeated many men weighing over 200 pounds," he dald, "and 1 ivm auxluus to got Into tho ring wiUi Wlllard and show tiio champion that his grout welijht will not coiint In hla vfavor. I would like to hftvo the olianiplpn give his cou-Bont for, about tio?:t fail utter ho has llulBttecl toufliig' with tli'o' olrciia.". And they call 522,O0O'tho SHORT end of the purse.' Looks as if Villa intends to drop iu-lightlng and depend on his footwork. Jim Corbett picked Willard to win. There's something wrong some place when Jim picks a winner. Frank Gotch wishes that Joe Steeher were black, so ha could draw tho color line. Tom JOnes has arrived at tho conclusion that man's best friends are the newspaper men. Matt Smith of Iowa has asked Freddie Welsh tor the next waltz on liis programme. If Jack .Johnson Is run out of any more cotnitries he'll olt'.ier have to got off the earth entirely or.grow gills and live in tho ocean. Now it seems that the persons who accused Bonny Loounrd of having rocks in his gloves aro the follow.s whom Benny hit. Jess Willard cpuld concede .Moran tho lieavyweiglit crown,and f.tlU retain the mastodon title to brighten his old ago. With an eye to the money they get pqr minute, Ring W. Lardner, tho sport humorist, wrote this of the Wil-lard-Moran light: Jess Wlllard has a. broken hand. Which will Incapacitate him from writing articles for the newspapers. This is tough luck for tho big champion. Ho needs money badly. -Round 1-When the bell rang both men did a ono-st^ep aroUnd tho ring and hesitated for $2000, Moran'shot a right at Jeas' pantry and they ran to a $3000 clinch, Both sparred cautiously for $1000 and. when Referee White broke tho glud^ators apart, Joss gave his nose a $1100 wipe,' Rounds 2 to 10-Same, Fred Fulton Is thq only.ifian-ln sight now to pit against Jess WilUvrd, Fulton is a good man at his/weight and ho has euviablo record,, but ho Is no match for Willard.' "If Fulton or anybody olso thlnlta ho'is, let MOrun nnd Fulton clash and If-Pulton's prestige Is not dissipated, talk of tt' I?ulton-Wllliu'd boutwill bo In ordw '� EilS CRACKS MUSI GOO SIX THRILLING REELS tMold Matinee Doily 2.30. Niglits 7 to 11 TAKEN OVERSEAS BY LIEUT. D.J. DWYER, SOikBATT. C.E.F. McLoughlin and Bundy Given Until 1918 Before Being Declared Pros. LoM Angclos. .\pril 1.-JIaurlce Mc-linnglilin and Tom lJundy liavo adopt-f-:d a policy of \v;it : ? : : sident Polncare and King Albert decorate heroes. . ' ALSO THE REMARKABLE "BLOCK SYSTEM" BATTLE OF YPRES. HOW THB GAS CLOUDS FORCED THE FRENCH BACK AND THE CANADIANS SO BRILLIANTLY SAVED THE DAYl  PERFORMANCES IN OTTAWA ATTENDED BY THEIR ROYAL HIGHNESSES TH& DUKE AND' DUCHESS OF CONNAUGHT AND THE PRINCESS PATRICIA. PRICES-SOc any Seat Children, 25c ? : ? > ? > ? ? > ? IS lALK ilH THE POPE Rome, via Paris, April 1.-Premier Asquith appeared on the balcony of the British embassy last night to salute a great concourse ot the people ot Rome what had gathered to cheer him. "We are here," he said, "to further the victory o� right and justice." The British premier was received today by Pope Benedict, who talked with the British statesman for thirty minutes alone in the library of the Vatican. The Tribune ventures the opinion that the subjects discussed in tlie British statesman's Interview w'ith the head of the Catholic church dealt chiefly with Irish affairs and the participation of Irish Catholics in the war. The newspaper also thinks that the question of the Irish in America was discussed as "a portion of them ore conducting a most audacious cain o : ? ? .> .ji ?  - �> � ^-^ RAID DUNKIRK , > Paris, April 3.-A Zeppelin : : appeared over Dunkirk last ? ' GASOLINE at 27c per gall By using a COMPENSATING VAPOR PLUG Wo guarantee to..give you gasolino at the aljoye cost or. will re-' fund 3^0111" money. -.:f>,' j Life-time guarantee to any automobile owueiv ) 4�*7 AA Parcel Post f q>/.UU Prepaid 30 per cent More Speed 30 � � More Power 4.Q � � More Mileage LESS CARBON CAN BE. ATTACHED IN 5 MINUTES. NO ADJUST MENTS NEEDED. . TAP HOLE AND. SCREW IN. NO CONNECTIONS. SIMPLY CUT THIS OUT-MAIL TODAY Superior Supply Co., > 13th St. and 2nd Ave., . ........sized carburetor; naino; of oar,...............,,., model.............. year Name ............. AddvosB..................... Makes Starting Easy Instantaneous Results Never Wears Out ' Yoii wanl this money saver for your car. , We don't have to devote any space to prove to you that you want this wonderful money^saver for your car-especially when we offer It to you at our risk. Accept this mbney-back-lf-fiot-aatlsfied, offer here and � r�ow-^ you simply can't'afford to pass it by. If after a thirty-day trial ypU decide you.can do without the Compensating Vapor Plug, simply send It back and we will ;re<. fund your full deposit. , �.i 4 Superior Supply Comp 13TH ST. & 2ND AVE,,. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. 3865 ;