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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 7, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta FKmAY. APRIL 7, 1916 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY IIBKAun PAGE THREE m WELLS LOSES TO CiRLlE WHITE From Nev/spaper Decision Gives The American Margin of One Round Over IJriton Kansns City, Aiirll T.-Cliai-loy Wlilte, Chicago llBlUwuiglit, was awarded the decirtlon. ovcv Mall WcUa, liiigUsli lightweight cliaraj)lon, In a 15 round I)OUt h(;nt last nlfiht. Wlilte, alHioiiKh Itnown as a left-hand llghtur, used liiH right with tnllint; cfloct. In tli(! nth and Htli rounda he showered WfllH with right crosses until the Hrltoii \v;is coinpolled to hold on to save lilniself. N'ewKi)a|)crinen gave Wlilto eight ot the ITi rounds. ? ? ; >  : TENNIS PLAYERS  : : : NOTICE OfKe "DALTOM" Q[ Tailored specially for tKe well-built, full-cKested, v/ide-sKouldered man wKo insists on ease and comfort as well as stylisK smartness. And it makes men look �well-built vJKo are a little sKy on physical development. THE "2" M's MoKELVJE McGUlRE KIRKHAM BLOCK ? .J. The courts of the r^Hlibrklge Teiiuin ChiU arc now open for play. Those wishing to make ai)i>lioation for nieni\)er�hiii, please coininnnlcato with the secretary, I-Yed Kenny. It is tlie puriiose of the odl-ciala of llie eluh to instal a first class drainage system ho tliat there will be n minimum of Interruption in playing this season due to wet courts. : > ? : : ? i ? � ? : ? : � :; AT TRAINING CAMPS 0F| BIG LEAGUE CLUBS day, ;i to 1. Batteries-Hagemian, Coveleakie and Billings; Weaver and Higgins. .Vcw Orleans.-Ability to hit in the , t,,,^ ,.i,gi,g of President Suth-pinehes enabled Xew Orleans to 'le-I e,.5,uid tor luorc and lUiSl more recruits feat the Cleveland Americans hero to- 1^^.^^^, Ontario liocUev Association PROUD 8HOWINQ IN LACROSSE Seven Hundred Membere of Ontario Laorosee AbbocI�-tlon Ara Now Wearino the Khaki ? > > > > ? ? ? > to 0. Batteries-Shove, Ruth and i j^rd m-p the carefreo I'ominines. Agnew; Thormahlen and .McAvoy. j > ., . Gall Champion, Too Would you bo sore on a man it you the Best American and Canadian Makers of Fine Clothes New Spring Models in Men's Suits, Up-to-the-Minute in Style. Spring Suits-Society Brand, 20th Century and Fit Reform Suits; Ready for Your Inspection. ^Icii who biivt* never yet been, able to find retidy-to-wetvr giinnents that plof!?K-them in fabric, workmanship, or fit Are. specially inviled to inspect our Spring iSuit spread. Expert tailor,?, tlie best that, money can em|)loy,-lia ve made itp our Hnits ii; ne-\v. and liand.some models, and they're CORRECT IX STYLE AND PLEA.S-IXG IN PRICE WE FIT THEM ALL The Htout. Short Stout, regular Models in lien's .Suits. Call Slim, and. fine taih^-rcd $15, $18, $20, $22, $25, $28. GET ONE TOMORROW! Shoes New Arrivals This Week Cincinnati.-The Columbus Amort can day Batte Coleman, Murphy and Pratf .Mitchell, j^. ^ j Millard is sore on New York. Schulz and Wingo and Clarke. ... assoe ation team was beaten to- j ^.^^^^^^ j^.^ i;omothinK between ?50,-by Cincinnati \ationals , to,;., ly^, ^loo.OOO? Hardlv, especially teries-Curtis, \anco, B odKell and uRainst you. Washington.-Tlie Boston Braves | CONSOLATION : ELLIS OEFETJDS HIS CUE TITLE Defeat! Maupome, 150 to 143, In Threa Cushion Match Pittsburg, April 6.-Charles R. BlUs of Pittsburg, world's three-cushion billiard champion, succeBsf.ully defended his title In the final hlock ot his match with Pierre JIaupome ot St. Louis here tonight, winning in 70 lunlngfl hy a score ot 50 to 43. The score for the three blocks was; Bills 150 and Maupome 143, were defeated 7 to 4 today by tho : With reams and reams of vernal .junk Washington Ainericant! in an e.\hibi-; On lovo and hudding crocus tion game here. With tlic score tleting, Nabors and Schang; Fillingim, Gardiri, Smith and Hol'iues. 7is. S LOW IN PRICE FOR SATURDAY SELLING Men's Box Kip Bals.......$3.50 Men's Box Kip Bals...... 3.75 Men's Box Calf BaLs...... 4.00 Men's Box Call" Bals...... 4.25 Men's Gimmetal Calf Bals. 4.50 Men's Gunnietal Calf Bals. , 4.75 Men's Fine Velonr 'Bals. ... 5.00 The Geo. A. Slater Invictns .$<).00 & .1)6,50 l)r. .Jaeger's woollens. fine .shirts and Clnett Shirts aiul Collars, ; Xec kA\'ear. a II Hie n e ,w e s t styles and patterns. Hat from the Best" Maker.s, i GET THE HABIT!!! Go to the Store of Better Values and a larger assortment for your spring wants in Men's Wear. If you are President of a Bank, you don't have to look prosperous, because everyone knows you are. If you are not a Bank president, there's nothing: like wearing a Fit-Reform Suit and looking prosperous enough to own several banks. New styles-as cheery as spring' sunshine-$15. up. ^ U'6 McRelvie & McGwire St. Louis.-Steele was batted from the hox and tlio St. Louis Americans won tlie third game of tho series from tho St. Louis Natiouals here today, 4 to 2. Batteries-Groom, Davonport, Fincher and Hartley, Severold; Steel, Ames and Snyder. Shrevoport.-Tho Chicago .N'atlonala defeated tho Shrevo.-iort team ot the Texas league, 4 to n. The pitching ot 13rown and Vaughn and long hits by Zimmerman and Flack featured. Batteries-Brown, Vaughn and Archer; Duffy and Smith. Topelta.-The Chicaso American second team defeated I ho Topeka Western League club (I to 2 here today. Hatterles-Russell and Mayor; Grover, Lambeth, West and To.\tcr. Wichita.-Tlio Chicago Amoricuua won from Wichita Western loasuo tonm here today. Chicago ID; Wichita 1. McAlestor.-Playing in the colh and luud tlio Detroit .^morleauB today defeated the itcAloatar W'estorn association team by tho score ot 4 to 0. Ty Cobb played on only tour innlngB, but his batting scored throe of tho four runs made. Only one clean hit was made off Doehler, pitching for Uotroit. GOODLY SUM FOR CHARITIES /Winnipeg, April 6.-Winnipeg charities -will benellt to tho'oxtenl of $1500 at least as a result oC tho bucCobs that nllcndod the Allan Cup final series in this city this spring. No wonder Hay Chapman Is satis, fled to play will) the Clovoland Indians and Is enthuslaatic oven about the city and tho ball club. U is .lust an-: nounoed that next fall ho will marry tlio daughter ot a Cleveland gnsmng-nato who counts his wealth by the milliou. And Chappy is u ball player who doaarves tho beat. - WHAT'S THE USE Quentin Quarrelsome Quacks: If you talk .\bout the war Polki! rail you Au arm-chair atratcgiat. And if you don't Vou're not loyal. SO Wliafs tho Use? ' * * * Only Knew One Cobb Irvin Cobb, tlio war correspondent, after-dinner speaker, and basnball fan, tolls a story on liiniKcif. Shortly after his alleged interviow with Lord Kitchener, ut which time Kitchener was (juotod as saying tho war would last tv/o years more, Cobb returned liomo. Cue day hu ovorlieard two soutiiom darkles on a street car discussing tho war. "This war is going to last two years more," said one positively. "Shucks, niHii. how do you Icnow that?" asked tlio other. "1 guess 1 know it," said tho fii'st. "Didn't I read in tho newspapers tho otlier day whore the King of Furope told Ty Cobb it would last two years moro?" �II V � Sho Old Too High "Ten thousand volcer. calling," sang u village soprano, who then broke down, at a conuort, llor second at-ti�nipt ,wos equally iutllo, whoreuppn an auctioneer exclaimed: "Start fit sevon tliousand, miss, and you'll 1)0 all right!" CON JONES, VANCOUVEiR, TALKING LACROSSE AGAIN . Vaneouvor, April" G.-"I havo my oy.p on botoo oastoru lacrosse stars, and If necessary will import them, but I think 1 can gel up u team in Van-coViver this year to glvo the Westminster club � good striigglo," said Con Jonas; tho local lacrosse olliclal. on bis voturn from a trip to California, Jouos declares there will bo Incrosse as usual in Vancouver this year, and tlutt If Now Westnilnster does not como into thd serleis there will bo tAvo teams In this city, and In that ^vont eastern talent will probably bo brouuUt iu considerable (luautUy. I tsss BO ONE kmm iiTL V J 3 The "2" M'S McCuire The largest exclusiYe Men's Clc^tliing House in Sonthern Alberta Boxing Championship at Boston Comes to Close-Montreal Boy Successful Boston, April C-One amateur championship, tho 115 pound class, went across tho border last night, when Kugeno Broasonu, ot Montreai, whom tho judges regarded as one of the best boxers of the tournament, outpointed M. Stark, of New York, iu a fast bout in tlio Una), Brosaonu previously had defeated Roy Hollon, Kansas City, In a slaslilng bout oE three rounds, in which llTosseau smothered tho wost-ernor In tho last few momontB of tho iinal round. Another Canadian, nave Brown,'Toronto, however, was frustrated in iiis attempt to take the 125 pound chnm-Pionship by tho short jabs and right liand punches of Willie Morris, Now York. Brown cnmo through to tho finals by winning from N. Slogel, Bre-vers, Mass., by default. Adolph Kaufman, Brooklyn, retained lils title as. ],')8 'pound champion, while Tony Vnt-lan, lioHtbn, roHnciuisliod tho lis pound tltlo to Ben Volger, Now York, after an extra round laid been ordered., ' ; � Carlo Armstrong, Now York; only ICl pounds.' took tho heavy weight "WILD ANIMALS OF^AMERICA," at STARLAND Tonlfliit and Tomorrow. honors, while PaU-lcU McCarthy, New York, slugged his' way to the 175 pound championship. Thos. Murphy, Kansas City, won tho 1115 pound flnal by defeating .ToUnny Marlow, Boslon, and Thos, Daroy, Boston, became 108 pound champion -when he beat Isa-doro Wiosol, Providence, WILLARD REFUSES OFFER Toronto,' April 7.-Champion Jess �VVillard has refused an olfer of $1500. to act as rolore'e at a soldiers' boxing show which Tontmy Uynu is i)romot-Ing. Morau, AYelsli and Jack Brittou aro exoected to corao here and box for their expouasa. HAWAIIAN SWIMMER GOES EAST D.uke Kahanamoku, Hawaii's 'and incidentally America's, sprint .surf champion, arrived in San Ifranolsco' last week on tho first log o{ an American swimming tour. He left for tho east, where' on April 8 ho will-appear at Pittsburg, where Jie will de-; feud his title In tho 100 and 220 yard, dashes. He expects to have as competitors at this time such stars us Perry McGlllivray, Herbert Vollroer and Harry Hebner. According, to the Uispatohoa Frank Morau caj^e out ot hia battle with'' WlllaM, looking'like ft "Retreat frow Moscow,"' tuovlQ, � 016219 ;