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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 5, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, Ittlfi THE LETHBKIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREK mm CANADIAN BOXERS STANLEY CUP SERIES CE SILL A Millionaire in (he Making Toronto and Montreal Boys Are Making: Fine Showing in Amateur Bouts BoBtoD, April 4.-Two national champions appeared to defend their fItJoH at the opanlng tonlcht of tlie iVatlonal Amateur Boxlnit rhuniplon-Hhlpa. Tony Vatlaii, of this cily. liolder of the M5 pound title, went thrniigli the neml-flnals by winning u nigged bout from William Konos, also n Boston entrant. Adolph Kaufman, of Hrooklyn, title holder of tlie loS 7iound class, entered . the seral-llnalH Vvlthout opposition. Canadian and Kansa.s Cily boxers made tlio best sliowioB of the out-of-town entrants. The fealuro bout of tho night was in tho 115 pound �^ : ? ? : : * 19161ndiaii Fastest Stock Motorcycle on the Market. BICYCLE REPAIRS Cheapest and Best D. E. MacDonald GUNSMITH and INDIAN MOTORCYCLE, Agent, > : ? : : : > : WELSH AND O'LEARY TO BOX AT EDMONTON Mixed Pickles Superhuman Artists There are those who say that the Stanley cup games were fixed. If they were, some one did a most artistic Job. Beginning at Once Judge (discharging prisoner) "And in tho future see that you keep out of bad company." . Prisoner: "Thank you, your honor; you won't see me here again." Ashamed "Really, though why is it that a girl always closes her eyes when a fellow kisses her?" "Kasy! She's just told him he was the first one, and she's ashamed look him In the face." No Logical Reason It required three victories on the part of one team to win the Stanley Cup. Tho players shared In only three games' gate receipts. Therefore there was no incentive for tlie players to prolong the series. The system adopted Is identical to the world's baseball series. AT TRAINING CAMPS OF BIG LEAGUE CLUBS Edmonton, April 4.-Freddie Welsh and Johnny O'Leary may be seen here in a boxing bout for the benefit of the Keturned Soldiers' Bureau. O'Leary has wired to say he will come to Edmonton for that purpose and a wire is due from Welsh at any moment. As Fi'eddle Is British born and bred, there Is little doubt that he will do as much for the soldiers' benefit as O'Leary, particularly as he is to box at Winnipeg the latter jiart of this month and It is proposed to put on the local bout at about that time so as to make the arrangements as convenient as possible tor the man who must make a long Journey to do a good turn tor the returned soldiers of Edmonton. Easy~Pickina for Sox Norman, Okla., April 4.-The Chicago American league second team defeated the University of Oklahoma here today 11 to 1. Batteries-Faber, Clark, Galvin, Laiip und Mayer; Fooshee, Risloy and Felt. Rowlandts Pets Beat Oklahoma Oklahoma Cit.v, Okla., April 4.-Tho Chicago American regulars won from the Oklahoma City Western nssocla-lion club to'day 7 to 2. Batteries - Dauforth, Cicotte, and Bchalk; Dennis, Taylor and Dowie. Cubs Beat New Orleans Now Orleans, April 4.-Tho Chicago Nationals defeated the Now Orleans association team today, G to t. Batteries-Seaton, Hendrix and Archer; nilliuger and Higglns. Kaiser? Nothing Doing Tony King, of the Hamilton baseball ot 1915 went under a non do plume. Tony King's real name was Kalsor, but the directors and Tony himselt thought that such a name was a dangerous one lo carry among a hunch ot loyal Canadians, so it was decided to call him King. What's the Use K you won't lj6t your wife llrive tho car She gets peeved And if .you do The traffic cops (.lot poovort SO Wliat's tho Use? no What's tho Uso? ^ftNTAl CpipsuiES'l' CATARRH of tho BLADDER rollaved I� 24HOURS Eaoh Cai iiulo bonr'i t niimu ir^-J>m .;. ^ [S District News Active Worker-Recruits For 13th-Soldiers Aiding on The Farm.s NELSON DEFEATS ROSSI Winona, Wasii., April 4.-Carl Nelson put Oeorgo Uosst on the mat two times out ot three here last night. Each fall took about 20 minutes. Iii tlie third bout Uossi put Nelson out In 12 minutes with tho toe hold. In tho preliminary Tod Born and Will Ochs worked ao minutes to a draw. Hamilton Star Pitcher Karl Hamilton, the Brown southpaw, gets a place among the six hardest pitchers Joe Jackson over tacG'd, The others are Walter Johnson, Brule Shore, Dutch Leonard, Gene Dubuo, and fiuy 'Morton. Jackson says^ Morton is ono of tho bust youngalers Up Llias Houu iu u lotijj lime. BASEBALL SNAPSHOTS .Manager Fohl of the Cleveland Indians made his first cuts when he released Outfielders Kdmondson and Paschal to the New Orleans Pelicans. Catcher John Henry, of the Washington team, showed up for training wearing ono of the latest style moustaches, und there was a riot In camp until compelled to shave. Marry .Morgan, once of the Athletics, now an umpire In the Western association, is picking .up extra change by acliiig as umpire 'lu exhibition frames played in Texas. Armando .\larsans still is an absentee from tlio St. Louis Browns, and Fielder Jones is so jiut out about It that he would like, no doubt, to cancel the Cuban's contract. Pitcher .lack Coorabs went tilie full nine Innings in a practice game at Daytona and said ho never felt the strain. Outside of one inning ho seemed to be at his best. Tris Speaker joined the Red Sox at Hot S.urings and celebrated his i first workout by gotting four hits in a practice game, a double and a homer being included. The Chicago American league club is well pleased with rosulls at Mineral WoUs. and a contract has been signed by Comiskey for the White Sox to return there next spring. One of tho real features ot tho work of tho Giants at Marlln has baou the hitting ot George Kelly. This nephew of Bill Lango may yet land a permanent job in llio .McGraw outfield. Putting iill Jokes aside, Bennie Kauff U)ok:^ llko a real ball player judgoU on tho work ho has done so far in camp, and If tho press agents will keep off him he will come tilirou^h with fiying colors. Old Dode Crlss, now with Houston of the Texas league, looks to be tlie goods, Fofliistanoe,- he shut out tho Now York Giants ,in an exhibition Kuiuo the. H� oven fooled the wouilertul B, touCC. Cardston, April 3.-After a brief illness of four days of pleurisy and pneumonia, :he death occurred Ibis evening ot Mrs. Emily Bigelow, wife ot Wm. Bigelow. The deceatied was fifty years ot ago, was an active member of the Lutter-D^y Saints' church and up to DiKi lime of death was president uf the Stake Primary Associations. The time ot the funeral has been held pending the arrival ot a son from Idaho and a married daughter from Oregon. The other members ot the family are residents of the district. Active recruiting for the 13th Mounted Infautry is being vigorously carried on throughout the district by Major H. B. Brown. A splendid meeting was held yesterday at Magrath. Already Cardston has responded with three recruits in tho persons of Frank Pilling, Guy Holland, and Ray Ellison. Tliese young men left on Saturday for tho Hat to report for duty. Many soldiers are arriving in town, having been granted a 30 days' leave of absence to assist in the seeding operations. The date of the banciuot to be given by the ladies of the district in honor ot Martin Woolf, M.P.P., and the provincial government, has been definitely set tor Wednesday evening, April 19. Thorough preparations aro being made and tt gala affair is assured. ST. KILDA NEWS St. KiUla, Alta.. April 3.-There was a large auction sale at Peter Boiler's ranch at Section 3-1-12 on March 28. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Murphy have moved on to their homestead at section 30-1-10 for the spring work. Mr. Murphy intends putting in a large crop. Wni. Harvic lias returned from Letlibrldgu where he has been working through the winter. Mrs. P. V/hite has moved to Coutts to live with her sister for the summer. Samuel Palmer has returned to his homestead from W. G. Davis' ranch where ho has been herding sheep through tho winter months. AVcather at St. Kilda is still warm and farming is progressing rapidly. Mr. Albert Sommers has rented A, J. Gilder's farm to which place he has moved and expects to start farming. I Magrath Men Rushing to the Colors (l'oxTi\ui:u vaoM .Fkont Page) ged and the rest ot the work was easy. Tommy Uoberlson contractor and builder niid J. A. Sweot, painter, followed in quick succession. "Smoky" Campbell, Royal Bank teller, next affixed his signature and Henry Gibb, harness maker and merchant concluded the day's work for the C. M. R. officers. In addition, Iloury Schafi'er, of the Pioneer Meat Market is signing up with the KUttes as ono ot Dr, Booman'a orderlies. Dr. Wray was on tho Job as medical examiner and all candidates passed tho tost except Mr. Peterson, who was rejected because ot a game leg. Following this dismal discovery, Fred Karren asserted tliat he could remain at homo, run tho grain exchaiigo and look after the widows while ho and Will Evans wore engaged In bringing homo a hair out of Kaiser Bill's mous-liicho. The whole atmosphere seems charged with cniisliiig idea and it la freely predicted that twenty recruits will -he signed up before tonight. Tho only discouraging feature is tho poor res-jpouse oti tho part of the unmarried men. Only three tlius far have come forward a.t the bock ot the country's call and alPare louvlug good profes-Bloua, COMMERCE NEWS Commerce. April 4.-J. Cogswell, of Carmangay spent a tew days here visiting friends. A. A. C'rowdis of Vancouver, a notary-public, and holder of extensive mining claims in British Columbia, spent a week in Commerce lately. We regret to announce that J. Rut-kie who left here a few days ago with tho intention of joining the ICilt-ies, slipped on the pavement as he was stepping from G. Staples' autoiiio-bllo in Letlibridgo, and broke his arm. At the election held here last Friday for chock woighman, Charlie W'il-soii was tlio successful candidate. A. Keiley. and D. Brown, have each liurcliased a horse and buggy. The Board of Trade dance hold in the school house last Friday night, was a sploiidid success, both socially and financially. A. E. Muirhead, F. Rutkle, J. Ma-guiro and R. Macdonald, motored out to tho Letlibridgo Experimental farm last Sunday. They enjoyed their trip Immensely, and speak highly ot the courtesy shown them by the ofljcials in charge. Art Bryant of DiamdiKl Cily, who wiiB employed as locomotive engineer by the Chinook Coal Co., has purchased a J. 1. Case traction engine and will forthwith proceed to tear up the bald headed prairies in this district with tho plows. NEWS FROM TWO-FIFTEEN Two-Fifteen. April 3.-Tho young people's society met last Wednesday night at the Two-Fifteen school house. After a short program plans were discussed relative to the purpose and program ot the meetings ot such a society. The name chosen for tho organization was "The Energetic Young People's League* ot Alberta." Its purpose is to furnish a clean entertainment and promote the mental, moral and physical welfare ot the young people ot the nelghborhod. The plans are to have debates, music, recitations, dialogues, and other forms ot Intellectual training, also athletic games and sports will be cncoui'-aged among Its members. It is the Intention ot the society to eliminate anything la the least fluesUonablo In order to secure perfect unity among Its members. The officers are Miss Edna Cotnii, president; Mr. Martin Madge, vice-president; Miss NIt� Bber secretary. A committee has been appointed to draw up a set of bylaws which will be vot* ed on at the meeting which will be held Wednesday, April 12, at 8 p,in. Mrs. Duncan of "Sleepy Hollow" has been in very poor health tor th^ past few weeks. G. R. Snapp and family were vIb1I> ing relatives In Montana Sunday., cEHii^iiiii R.G.LONS &CO. UMiTBD I ^ WINNll"Ba A Valuable Fealm'e of a Joint Account opened >with the Union Bank of Canada In the names of two persons, Is that If one dies the family funds are not tied up just when they likely to be most needed. The survivor can withdraw the money without delay of formality. .j:. Think it over-then open a Joint Account ' LEThBRIDGE BRANCH . . .- G. R. TINNING, MJOiager,? H. E.'SANDS, Acting lYlanagef GRASSY LAKE BRANCH '�I Ita. 3577 ;