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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 10, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUKDAY, APRIL 10, 1915 THE LETHrJRIDCE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREB Provincial Amateur Bouts At End of This Month Edmonton April 1. Announce-' vlneial tournament. As a result, sol- mcut was made by Prof. Edwards, llicL's entering the provincial loiiriia- .1 ment will have a chance not only to chairman of tlic .yeslc-iday y t moduli) aricrnoon that the provincial boxing a rlh tminmmeiil has liceu postponed. II was originally announced that it! 1 if 20th Ualjcry, slalioncc, at LcLhbridgc, has a number ol good hoveix in its ranks who would stand Champion's Good Right Grew; Takes Hat Off to Conqueror of Johnson Suv-inali, Fla., April pro- gtuss of .Ju.ss victor mi excellent rliancc 6t canturiiifc llic Jack jolllisoi, in llie [ur ARROW GOLJLAR would be held on April 15 and 10, but, Calgary mid boxcru objected on Llic that they did not have sum'clani warning to laurels ;il, lliu provincir-1 tournament. vvorJd's Jienrnveiglil, cJ.aiiiiJioJis.jip at Jiolil Iryouts. Tlic date now set is .Tlicy should hue up for action. Havana OH Al-miay iliruiigh Florida April 30 and JMay 1st, I The change made in Uie'daten ot' today on his v.-ay uurili, was one eoii- Col. Grjeshadi and Col. Ilarwood t-lic bouts is fthul news Lo tin.1 local tiimoiis ovation. Not since the of Llic 49th and til battalions have aspirants. II, will give them lime to whcn Jolm L. Sullivan held sway as donated a large silver cup sis a chain- get inlo some kind of proper tlie king ol glove wicldcrs have simi- jiionship trophy lo he boxed for by iMoiTis Sadoiv.ski and Qassul Chaplin jar scenes and cxcitcincnL been creat- ed by the advent of a lighter. The day's trip was made a succes- sion ot spontaneous rccci.tiou, in which the populace ol each suc.cading' city seemed anxious to surpass the enthusiasm of these places just pass-j led. of the ol the new! champion was iiasi.cJ ahead, and as aj I result flags and huntings I hands playing and hundreds waiting staLioii between members of the battalions at the pro- arc in training now. Everybody's Going to Play Tennis Here This Year Will buy you n Guaranteed Bicycle, Made In Canada. Coaster brake, Roller Chain, Dun lop TJros. Mall order houses cannot match Lliia Bike In quality or price. Come and ice MAC before you send your money out of town. THE INDIAN The World's Best Motorcycle Prices from to D. E. MacDonald INDIAN MOTOCYCLE AGENT, phone 1032 5th Strett NOHNIHGIL of (lii) on Eleventh Blrout, on tlie Y.MP.A. eonrlB; the Y..M.C.A. .cinuia e., mid lliorc-will ue Biiflicient room, to tcniliB devotees are ccnleiiilllatlug a AlinoUKll ni aril ]m-e U-o full-sized douhlo courts. ne-.v organization and new courts, and ery call lor alipearuice rc- Jlcssrs Toombs. Patterson and besides tlie city courts and school peatcdl) made bl orl it uc- Pelrle arc the workinx and courts, several ne'iv privalc courts came C as the day jvore on lia one o, Gsmeo Today Washington. Tlic Washington Americans defeated tbo Boston -Na- tionals here ycaterclay, 3 lo 1. Philadelphia, The Philadelphia Americans yesterday deleated the lo- 1 cal Nationals in tbe third gome of the city series, lo '2. Cincinnati, Tlie Boston Am- uricans detealed tbe Cincinnati Nn- lionals here today in ft close game, G lea. Uis admirers v ft response to calls lor him to appeal' on the car platlorrn and niaiie spcecli- cs grew slower at tlie Ian cr cities weic entered, and he several artifices to evade shaking hands the hundreds of men who crowneil about the iilatlorm. Willard had his right haml wrapped, in bandages at Wasbinglon, D.C.. April station and at another hung Ins Johnson, the negro pugilist, shall not'arm in a sling, for he complained WM. JENNINGS BRYAN DECLARES AGAINST JACK JOHNSON carry an American paBSport if he leaves Cuba to return to Europe. Sec- that the hand that lie knocked out Johnson with was growing sore from the repeated grips of admirers. Games Yeiterday Ilii-raiiiglihm, Ala. The Pittsburg Nationals dci'catecl the Birmingham aultlns the department of Justice ue- retary Bryan said today that instruc, Augustine, when a gathering' Scoti Oardner, Wasner lions iiscl boert sent to Minister Gon-'of some tliousancls hearted by a hand zalea In Havana, not to Issue the stormed tbe train, one individual deutiala. The minister had reported cried, "Hey, Jess, show us tbe fist .lolinson'a application for passports, i that knocked out Johnson." Secretary Bryan uaid that the state When Willard hold up his clenched department had rep'Jied without con- band, which looked as big as a small ham, the bowled with delight. Big Reception at New York New York, N.Y., April pub- Southern- assceiation team here to- cause it was familiar with the case day, G 'to 1. i asainsl .Johnson, and knew be had left ___ ____ _.. Chattanooga, held, tlie the United tales after having been He welcome and demonstration in hon Cleveland; American to, four singles convicted under the Mann -white slave or of Jeas Wlllard baa been arranged today, and the Chattanooga Southern jaWj and while at liberty, on [or the arrival of the new world's association learn Avon, 5 to 1. Philadelphia Na- lionals took the second game of Ihc .spring scries from :the local Ameri- cans today, E) to U. ____ Brooklyn Nation-1 als defeated 'today the Washington Sa.d to Have Praesstsd NiwWlfe Americans, s'to 3. I Wlth Jewe1' Petersburg, Va. The Petersburg ball, pending a decision oa his appeal. FITZS.'V-MONS MARRIES AGAIN chamriion heavyweight hers tonight. A reception committee of men prom- inent In the sporting "world will meet lilm at the railroad station, and an escort of paraders. headed by fl hand, and Including detachment of Boy Scouts, and members of the Kansas so- ciety, will lead the champion's pro- gress up Seventh ave. and Broadway Virginia, league learn defeated iho Washington, D.C., April i "o-be gt There Wil- Ncw York Americans here today, 6 FltzslmmonE, former four rounds with Jim 4( champion, was nmrned here last 'Richmond, Va. The Boston 'If a- Miss Temo Zlllen wbo lias tionals battled out an 8 to 0 associated with >lm for some lorr over'the Richmond Intcrnnlion- tnne 1U Hjeatncala. The brides gift 3 from the bridegroom is said to-have Cincinnati Nation- In jewels, al-s made a clean sweep of the game series by taking the (inal game -T.ro, from the Detroit Americans here to- Jl als here today. day, d to 3. FINE SCORES IN N.B.A. New. York. N.Y., 'April Numerous changes took lilnce In the champion- ship tournament of the National Bowl- Ing association here tonight. In every event new leaders came forward. Howard Cbicteriiig of the Sagln- invs of. New York made 884 in the files and went In front. Glenn Uunbar and Jamee A. W.'ison. also of New York, now ton tile Hat In the 'doubles, with 1206; while in the uve-men, the Roseville Athletic' association of New- nrk, N-.I-. went Into the lead with rolllDE 3013 In the second game. Four. out. or five leaders in both dou- ble and 'singles were produced today, while In HAS AT LAST BEEN DISCARDED Connie Mack Change! Road Gear to Moro Modern Pattern Philadelphia, Pa.. April Alone with tbe many stars who have left the Philadelphia American fcld will go the much-criticized road uniforms of the Athletics. When away from Shlbe park tlic Maclunen will wear costumes a grayish green, while the coal- Savage, bis sparring partner. MOVIE "SNIPERS" IN FIELD The probable makeup of the Am- erican league (.e.nnH tliia season fol- lows PHILADELPHIA Bush, Pennock, Dressier, 3Iyers, W. Da.is. Lapp, Si-hung, McAroy. Strunk, Mur- phy Dav is and Thompson UOSTOX P'oster, Shore, Wood, 'Mays, Uoinstock, Collins, Crregir, Ruth. Cady, Thomas. InfieldeiB Hoblitzcl, Jaiurin, Gainer, Speaker, Hopp- er, Hehriksen, Shorten, Hchg. DETROIT Dubuc, Coveleskie, Doehler, Uunninghani, Sniilhsoa, Kcy- nolds, Boland, Cavct. McKee, Baker, P.cters. Infielders Burns, Young, BLSh, KavaJiaugh, Aloriarity, .Vitt. each, Cobb, Crawford, Jacobson. CHICAGO Cicottc, Bcnz, Fa- bcr, Wolfgang, Sclioggins, Russell, Walsh, Lathrop. Kuhn, Slight. E. Collins, Weav- er, Baker, Bromw'Icb. Blackburne. Chappcll, Uoth, J. Collins, Fournier. WASHINGTON Shaw, TJoehling, Ayers, Gallid, Harper, Bentley, Hop- per. I Henry, Will- Pi? QRPHEUM I layhouie The Blar of Amusement PINCHED! Where Everybody Goes The Cltlzeni of Lethbrldgc, not ol Come Early Come Come Early Here for the last times today Maiiatliio Jeff Wooflrow Victor The Magical King of Mystery Dolly Freortman Canada's Nightingale in the Latest Song Successes Popular Tenor Singer of the Favorite Old Ballads Bringing1 in the -Law A Three Part Western Feature, The Beet In Recent Times Orpheum Concert Beat In the Weat. A Unique Comedy on New and Original Lines Sammy's Vacation A Screamingly Funny Comedy with a laugh in every flicker COMING OF OUR FARM FESTIVAL GRUNDY LA2ZO, COLORED COMEDIANS. A. DARBY, VENTRILOQUIST. Johmon to Courts to Fight Outlaw lams. Picture! Havana, Cuba, April movie who eluded the vigilance ot numerous acoute, ambushed Johnson Morgan, McBride, Fos'er, NefT. Milan, Moellet, Acosta, Rondeau. ST. LOUIS Pitchers Jarre's, Baumgardner, REDUCTION 11 CABIN RATE ALL STEAMERS Montreal-Liverpool Service METAGAMA (New) ...May 7 MISSANABIE (New) ..May 21 METAGAMA (New) ...June 4 S.S. MISSANABIE .....June 18 S.S. METAGAMA ......July 2 For full particulars apply to any Railway or Steamship Agent W. C. CASEY, General Agent 210 Portage Avenue, Winnipeg. ALLAN LINE THE POPULAR PIONEER LINE REDUCTION IN II. CABIN RATE, All Steamers ST. JOHN TO LIVERPOOL Calling at Halifax Ono Day Later. S.S. CORSICAN ..........Apr. 21 S.S. HESPERIAN ........Apr. 30 Excellent Accommodation avail- able in All -Classes Tickets can be purchased in Can- ada.and all arrangements made for passengers Great Britain and Europe. Full Information from your local S. S. or R. R. Agent, or W. R.ALLAN, Gen. .N.W. Agt. WINNIPEG. I RMPRESQ "CHEERFUL AND AIRY" 'TONIGHT THE BAG OF DIAMONDS The Twelfth Episode of The Myitery THE CRIPPLE A Two Part Good FATTY'S FINISH A PEACH OF A KEYSTONE THE FOKEST THIEVES Song by Mr. C. E. Fleming The Empress Music Monday and Two Part Key- stone Comedy Wednesday and Pickfnrd as "Cinderella" Large Twin-Screw Sailing! to and from Europe. REDUCTION II CABIN RATE ALL STEAMERS From From May IS...CASSANDRA...April 30 June 9.....ATHENIA.....May 26 Juna 16, .CASSANDRA___June 1 Full information from any S 3. or H.R. Agent or H. E. LIDMAN, General Agent. Winnipeg 349 Main Street Vancouver 531 Granvllle Street THE LAST NIGHT TONIGHT THE FINAL EPISODE The Master Key ALICE JOYCE IN The Mayor's Secretary TWQ POLITICAL .INTRIGUES _. BILLY RITCHI'E IN "THE FATAL MARRIAGE UNIVERSAL WEEKLY and Willard as they battled on Mon- Hoch Hamilton, Leverenz. day last for the heavyweight eham- Catchers-Agnew, Severeid, Leary. plonsblp of tie wcrld, and obtained infiPiucrs-KauHman, Pratt, Lavan, pictures of the contest. Austin, Wallace. This ia the opinion ot Jack Join- _'c. Walker, Slictton, son, who, learning that films ot some IS. Walker. rounds of the figBt were to be showu'; at several Havana theatres tonlgnt, at once Elartei.' tc stop what he term- Kcr.t HE, Cole, llo'.iale, lirown, Pieh! ed an intrlnEEinent or his jroperty ('alci rs bu-ee.'.cy, N'unamaker, r MONDAY AND TUESDAY THE MILLION DOLLAR MYSTERY There Are Two KITCHENERS. Who it the Other One? Ask Your NEW YORK Caldwell, Wnrhop. Fisher, J Buchanan's Popular Scotch Government Standard Picture Comparison Johnson and Willard J HEIGHT fe ..JOKKIOHS HI1GHT 6fT. scuttle caps have at last been He consulted the secret po-'gchwrrt. ca'rded in favor of tbe more up-to-date lice and applied to the judge of the Boone, ball player's headgear, the cap being night courts for an injunction. Maisel, Mullen, Trutsdale, Ar- Tne merits of th'e complaint cou'd OUTUNE FIGVJM JOHNSON BLACK FIGURE Tbls la the first time since Muck won not be acted upon Immediately, and High, Cree, CpoH, Hart- the first championship for tbe Judge advised the ex-champion pbla that there lisa been a change In n written notice of his claim CLEVELAND Coiimbe, Steen the uniforms of the Athletics WILLAJUW REACH 63'A NBCK s more or less superatltiouB, and be ;h d tne ,illljs, prom. the five men, three of the believed that the dull gray uniforms sing to issue, on injunction tomorrou; leadlng.ieama are hew which' the Athletics formerly ap- Catchers O'Neil, Bgan, Devogt, Billings. Shields, Rodgers, Turner, Barbarc, Wambs- peared were partly responsible for RITCHIE BEATS GRIFFITH Kingston. Ont, April Pittsburg, Pa., lie Ritchie, former lightweight champioD, outboxcd Johnny Griffith of Akron In a Blx- roun'd bout here tonight, throughout.' Ritchie was the aggressor Outfielders Graney, oue students of Queen'i University TRAVELLERS TAKE NOTE Members of the U-T.C. In the city will (rain with the Mo- Just what Johnson welched when he entered the ring against Wlllard will Gill university, corps. today are urged to atteud the base- not be known, unless the negro lets ball club meeting at the offices of -JOJOMOIT sa SetT.', Savage tonight cat out of the bag himself. Jobn- Nickle, son of W. P. Nlckle, M.P. son declined to 'weigh in clock. All hands on deck BLACK WHITE TAN W1LLAM 2. >ST- JOJOfTOK VILLAJtD JOHKSOK Wbedur tiboet Bbclt, White In 1 Civet tbt Sblne that WonV Come Off on the The "Baiy-Opming" BCK, lOc. THI f. f. DALLIV CO., LTB., BUPTtlO, H. T. HAMILTON, OM. ;