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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 12, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, APRIL J 2, THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THRET5 J LOOK MUTT HERE, IS SftME tftRTOONS PRACTICING DRAWING^ k LITTLE IMMV SPARE lMINUTES SOWfNTlM^^ BIG FOOM SCHEDULED FOR OD FRIDAY 1 u Champions of ICilties Buttnlion Throw Down Gauntlet to Sons of England cleaned up all tliat wsb In sight In I tlielr battalion, sent a challenge to the S. 0. E., which has been accepted. ; The game will be played at the Ball Reports, Farm Conditions ((.'oN'riN-i:i;ij Fi!o.\t FrjON't Paok) rcu mm 0 The Kilties "C" company, haTrinulNew System to be Adopted at Calgary and Edmonton Meetings Park on the alternoon of Good Pri- j Kdmouto, April 12.-Progniuis for (lay. the 21st ln�t., kick off at li.30 l^i' which will be conducted over or 3 o'clock. From vailouH reasons!'''" \Vestern Canada Haclns Circuit, the S. O. E. team will differ some-i''7" been Issuod by W J. Stark, soc-what from that whl�h put up such 1 >; the new American T rotting ub-particulars will appear in these col- f�c"^"on rule. whUe the other mem-umns before the match. ' K"" ?1 ,"'1 }" dap gets decision er knockout brown Fast Bout in Australia Witnessed by Capacity, House-The American Makes a Hit With Spectators Sydney, Australia. April 11.-Ives Darcy, llic Australian champion, outpointed Knoclcout Brown o( the United States, and got the decision in a :iO-round bout here yesterday. It was one of. the hardest Hghts ever staged in this country. Brown put up a ganio battle and though Uurcy led in most of the rounds, in the eighth both cut loose and administcrod severe punishment, After the 15th round Brown weakened slightly hut he won the side wager, for he was never knocked oft his . feet through the ontlni distance. The liouse vvas crowded to capacity, and Brown made a great hit with the Australian fans. 0 > ? : > � * .;. B-A-S-E-B-A-L-L '> ? : ? > > ? ? ? > : �: ? I* I ? ' DILLON AND LEVIN3KY MATCHED T 1916 Indian Fastest Stock Motorcycle on the Market BICYCLE REPAIRS Cheapest and Best D. E. MacDonald GUNSMITH and INDIAN MOTORCYCLE Aaont, 407 5th St. 6. - lihone 1032 Meet on April 25 for Light Heavy-welglTt Title and Diamond Belt Kansas City, April II-Dan llorguu, manager of "Battling" Levinsky, announced this afternoon that articles have been signed for a iri-roinui bout between Levinsky and .lack Dillon, for the light heavyweight championship of the world. The battle will bo singed by Gabe Kauftman of tho Central .Athletic Club, Kansas City, on April 25. In addition to a $7500 nurse, divided 65 and Hu, tho winner will be given n diamond belt, emblematic of the light heavyweight championship. Nate Lewis, manager tor Charlie White, announced this evening that a return engagement will be fought between White and Matt Wells, before the Atlas A, C. Boston, on April IS. Promoter Kaufl'man bid $11,000 tor a light between Wlilie and Denny Leonard, to bo staged in Kansas City some tlmu in .May. Lewis accepted, on behalf of White, but Leonard has not yet been hoard from. '~ SPEAKER IS SATISFIED Boston, April 11.-Tris Speaker, transferred from the Boston Americana lo tho team in Cleveland, will leave for the latter city tonight, he said today. After a cnnferonco with President ,1. .]. Lannin of tho Red Sox, tho outlloldor said conditions wort-satisfactory to him. Speaker's report-Rd intention tn demand i)art of ilio sum, ostimutod at from $20,000 t" $50,000, wlilch was paid the Boston club for his release, was not pressed. It was understood. nquest of fatal ra at Corona california No Sensational Developments-Mrs. Burman Gets Many Expressions of Sympathy Los Angeles. April 11.-A coroner's in(i\iest was held yesterday'over the body of W. H. Speer, one of the three victims of tlie fatal accident Saturday wlien "Bob" Burman's racing car lurched off the automobile race courap at Corona, Cal., into a group of spectators along the speedway during the race. The Jury's verdict was that Speer came to his death by "being struck by a racing car." .\rrangenients were completed for sending the body of Burman. who died Saturday night at Riverside, Cal., from injuries sustained in tlio accident, to ISmlay City, Mich., for burial. .Mrs. Burman received today telegrams of sympathy from friends and admirA's of Burman, who had followed his career as an automobile race driver. They came from all parts of the Tnited States. .Mrs. .Mary Clark, who was accused by ilie Corona police of taking a diamond pin, which was removed from Burman's clothing while ho was in tho ho8|)ital at Corona, was being detained in tho county Jail at Riverside. No formal charges have been llled against Jlrs. Clark. New York, April 12.-Tlie major league baseball scafion of i:�li; will be ' Inaugurated in eight of the loading ! cities of the east and middle-west this j afternoon. Eight nuMdres. in as many � V)ark8, will give the home plate its ' lirst offlclal dusting, send forth nnc:e more the old familiar battle cry, "Play ball," and in clubs will besin the season of two great pennant ' struggles, whicli will not terminale I until the lirst week in October. I Weather Good i The state of the weather at the i various ijarks is reported as follows: | National League i Boston at Brooklyn; 3.3(i p.m., fair.; Xow York at Philadelphia. :i p.m.. ; lair. ! Chicago at Cincinnati, 2.:',o p.m., : clear. . Pittsburg at St. Louis, :i p.m., clear. I American League | I Detroit at Cliicago, p.m., clear. | 1 Philadelphia at Boston, H p.m., rain, i ; Waeliington at .New York, ."..;iO p.m., ' ; clear. I ! St. Louis at Cleveland, I! ii.m., clear, j Who's Who i The managers and the nicknames of i the respective clubs are given below: I Mack (Athletics) Philadelplila. Robinson (Su)ierbaBl Brooklyn. StallinBB I Braves 1 Boston. Grlmth (Nationals) Washington, .lennlngs (Tigers) Detroit. .McGraw (Giants) New York. Callahan (Pirates) Pittsburg, .lones (Browns) St. Louis. Moran (Phillies) Philadelphia. Donovan (Yankees) New York. Rowland (White Sox) Chicago, VnM (Indians) Cleveland. Muggins (Cardinals) St. Louis. Tinker (Cubs) Chicago. Carrigan (Red So.\) Boston. 1-lerzog (Reds) Cincinnati. In Sea/e^d Bovi^s The Williams Greene fc- Rome Co.. Limited Mikers of Fine Shins. Berlin, Oniirio 127 MILLION DOLLAR GOLF COURSE FOR MANHATTAN' lliu present time, it is a pretty fair average to put same dow^n at ;t5 per cent. The wintering of stock in and around Maclcod was all that could be ideslreil. Many of the old-timers arnurd i the district stating that it is over 20 years since they have seen tlie cattle looking so well after the winter perfect both for crops and cattle, and everylhliig points to a very successful ' farming year. MILK RIVER .Milk River. April 11.-Practically all the farmers are now busy in the fields in this district. A good many of them have already sown some, wheat on sumracrfallowefl land and report i that it is in excellent shape for seeding. This spring will be a busy one as less than ten per cent of the land I Is ready for seeding as compared with tho area ready at this time last year. ETZIKOM Etzlliom, .'\pril S.-Cultivation of (lie land here has been somewhat,' ilelay-cd this spring owing to the wet condition of all low places. These are now drying and lor a week past every one has been on the land. And it may be stated that all drills are now going, or will be in a day or so. Tliore was but little land prepared h'^ro .New York, April 11.-The plan lor the construction of a golf at 1 lall, true, there was some sumraer-,,, , , r. > 1 1  1 Ifal ow and considerabe breaking, and Sheepsliend Bay, which was proposed ' ^^^^^^ mm ATTACKS OF DMPSIA Suffered Tortures Until She Tried "Frult-a-tives" St. Jban de M.iTUA, Jan. 27th, 1914. "After sufTcring for a long time with^ Dys^dpsia, I have been made Trell by "Fruit-a-tives." I suffered sa-^uch that at last 1 would not dare^t& oat for I was afraid of dying. Five years ago, I received samples of "Fruit-a-tlve�" and after taking them I felt relief. Thou I .sent for three boxes and I kept improTinff until I was well. I quickly regained my lost weight-and now I eat, sleep and difeest well-In a word, / am fully recovered, ihaaVs to 'Fruit-�-tiTcs',' MuR. Cn^VRBOXNEAU. rK)o. a box, 6 for $2.D0, trixJ slie 25o. At dealers or sent postpaid on receipt of price by Fruil-a-tlvos Limited, Ottawa. HUNS DENY SUSSEX WAS A . VICTIM OF GERMAN TORPEDO last fall by some of tho men interest ed in the Motordrome, who talked of laying out one or two semi-public courses, has been taken ud by a number of Brooklyn and Manhattan business men. They have not adopted tlie semi-public part of the plan, however, but intend to .00. Sale price ............ $11.50 1 Chetiue and voucher file cabinet, regular price $9.00. Sale price .............. $6.70 Paper fasteners, paper clips, regular price 10c lo 2r)C. Sale Price, per box ... 5c to 15c 8 UotchUisa staplers, regular price $2.50. Sale price, each .................... $1.75 (1 Automatic pencil sharpeners, regular price $2.50. Sale price, each ............... $1.50 21 Boxes Typewriter (carbon) paper, regular LETHBRIDGE, ALBURTA. MtWBWMW^IIIIIMJJWIMiMWI ;