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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 15, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, APRIL 15, 191� FOR SALE BY D. E. MACDONAI.D, GUNSMITH 407 oth St., S. Phone 1032 1916 Indian Fastest Stock Motorcycle on the Market. BICYCLE REPAIRS Cheapest and Best D. E. MacDonald GUNSMITH and INDIAN MOTORCYCLE Agent. 107 5th St. S. - Phono 1032 TO SUSPEND FOOTBALL SasVuloon, April 11.-At an Infoi^ niiU meeting hero toniglit the Mer-onutUe Football league of Saskatoon tlecideil to follow In the footsteps of Us Bonlor organization, tlin City leaKue, and suspend operntlons until Rfter the war la over. .Vew York, April 14.-Sir Adam Beck of London, Ont., iias commiH-slonod Van TasKcll and Koarnpy to sell all hl� prize winning hunters hy auction on Thursday, April 27, Uichid-inB eleven hunters, several of which, wore winners in tlio hist international horse show in Knslanrt. In the Upt are Hampton, Zanetta, Sir Kdwnrd, Hydro, .Monareli, Slieilah, Loudeshor-oush, ilarUawny. Santos, Sovereign and .Milton, all well-l\nown performers in the Held as well as In the sliow ring. The Upcks have been aocusiomed to luinting in Kngland eacli winter, hut the war has interfered with tlieir arrangenicnls. hence tlie sale. Not since Van Tassell anil Kearney dispersed the stable of Sir Clifford Sitton. of Ottawa, about a year ago have so many noted h\n\linjc horses been offered at public sale. Sir .Adam Deck for a great many years has ligurcd I'.roml'.iently amongst the exhibitors at all of tiie horse shows in Canada and the United Slates. Do.ston.......... Cincinnati......... 2 St. l.ouis......... 2 .New York......... J Philadelphia ...... 1 Chicago.......... 1 Pittsburg......... I Brooklyn ......... 0 L. U I 1 1 I l.ouo .i;�7 .i-.n7 ..'}i)(i .,500 :.i:y.i .000 Spring Echoes from the Links "iMon, nion, ye hae no chance to hit llie ball like that; the knee croo-kit, the neck's awreo, ye mann keep an' e'e ont." "lion, mon, ye're pressing aaaln: ye're oor swinsinp; noo ail the worse, llae ye no brain.s to learn naught?" "Ave, noon yet, hae it'.' it's a eraiind sliot. sir, tlie bonnie one. considering yer limitations." St. Louis Beat Pirates Si. 1-ouls. April 14.-Co.itly errors by Pittsburg's infielilers were responsible )or i'iitsburg'B defeat at the hand.T of St. Louis today. 5 to :!. Pittsburg .............. ;i n 2 St. Louis............... r. 7 2 Uattcrles: Haruuin. .Miller and Schmidt; Jasper, Urinor and Snyder. Reds Win Over Cubs Cinrinali, April 14.-Cincinnati playing an uphill game until the sixth, I won out frotn the Chicago Cubs in j the third game of the si'ries today, 4 jlo :i. The visitors took kindly to I .Sclmeider's curves, and forced his 1 withdrawal after three innings, but they could do nothing with McKontry who relieved liim. Chicago ............... .. ?, 4 1 Cincinnati.............. 4 7 i l^atterle�: Hendrix. and Ardher; Sclmeider. McKontry and Clarke. Pontponments Necessary Tlie other two .Vatlonal league games were postjioiied on account of rain. AMERICAN w. Boston........... " St. Louis......... 2 Washington ...... 1 Chicago.......... ^ Detroit........... 1 .\ew York......... U Cleveland......... " Philadelphia....... '> .'000 .000 .OQO What Is a iiti mmi Chicago Beat Detroit Chicago, April M.--l''abei-'s good pitching and hard and timely hitting by ClYlcago gave the locals another win over Detroit today. 7 to 2. I'"'cii;ch'a triple in the sl.vih and doubles by Jackson and Schalk iu the second wore factors iu Chicago's victory. Detroit ... ........... 2 0 2 Chicago ... .';V.......... 7 7 1 riattevie'j-. (Junniugham, Dubuc. Lou-deriullk, and Staiiiyjo; Kaber and Schalk. Rain Interferes All other American league games were postponed on account of rain. COAST LEAGUE I'ortland 4; Oakland I. San I'^aiicisco o; Veruoii 2. Los Angeles �; Salt Lake H. WANT LALONDE TO PLAY LACROSSE AT THE COAST Vancouver Magnate Out With Offers to Eastern Stars to Play in West This Season Canadian Wresllcr Thinks He Can Throw Eilher Gotch Or Slecher It is a long, mild Havana-filler Cigar with rounded head and end very blunt The reason for the blunt end is to give you an easy, mild, cool smoke. Blunts are scientifically correct - you enjoy the cigar to the end. Smoke them today. .lack Taylor, Canadian wresllor, who hiis been wroslling in Spokane. Wash., tho last live nioulhs meeting all comers, is ont wllii a challenge to any man in the world, Gotch or Stocher (irofer-i'cd. Taylor believes he is riglit and conlidenl he can throv.' either tho titlo holder or tho man who is being groomed for the title. Taylor has been wi'eiitliiiR four years and only lias been detented once. Joe Slecher accomidished this. Taylor met tile Nebraskan sliortly after leaving the hospital and overestimated Ills strength. Ho v.'uk liehiiid the Dodge farmer boy v/hoii^ his utrctigth gave out and lie collapsed. Since thoii' llrst meeting Taylor has henn working overtime on ii combination counter and hold to the body sds-Hors, and lio is willing to wager that Stochor auuiot throw liiin with a body scissor.';. Tuylor has mul and defeated such men as Charley Cutler, "Hoc" UoUer, Jesse WoKtorguard, Gus Kervoraa and Yankei) Uodgers, in addition to iicoroB of llic, lesser lights of tho game. Ho is 2S years old and stands G foot Ji-i inches. lie weight 212 pounds. Taylor hi being managed by John Uavg, former light heavyweight wrestler. Uxnct StM fomoter -Montreal, April 14.-Following the raid made by the Pacific Coast Hoe-key league, tho lacrosse association at the coast will also make a raid on tho east for idayers for tlie Vancouver and iVett- Westminster teams. The first advances .have already been made. Newsy Ijilonde has received a letter from Con Jones asking iiim to name his terms for the coming summer. Harry Hyland. who played hockey with the Wanderer.'', and two years ago iilayod lacrosse in the east, is another v,ho is suld to have received a letter asking him to name his terms. Uoth are expected to go. UlUy Fitzgerald, who played in Toronto after liis return from tho west, wua also asked lo go to the coast. l.'dmonton. April -14.-Dr. "Jack" ::.iWKon, famous pedestrian, who has � i.sited every part of the world with nothing but legs as his conveyance, arrived in Edmonton at 10.SO last night from Prince Rupert, bound for Montreal. It is the famous doctor's first visit to the city, although he had walked across the southern part ot the province before, tliat having been in his famous ten year itlnery around the world, when hp missed winning a purse of .?i)0,000 because the date of sailing of a trans-Paclllc boat had been changed. IJt. Dawson, who Is ,51 years of age now, altliougli he does not look to be much move than 35, started out on his famous arouud-tlie-world trip In .lantiary. 190,5, from Perth, Australia, and ho w'as to make his way around tlie outer circle of the earth's circumference, starting out without a cent in hi.'? pocket and earning his own way all during the trip. He was to neither beg, borrow nor steal, and he was to walk currying an 84 pound pack upon his hack. ^ Aside from boat trips, lie was to walk all the way. He had just about completed his trip in 1014, and was ready to sail for Australia, when he made the fatal nii.';take of missing his bout. He travelled througlv .Medicine Hat and Calgao" early in the winter of 1914, Spring 1916 innouncemoni est QJie neiO Spring and raEMARNE -maob in canad*' Cfasluon ^deas liM be rea^^Jnepecboti m-on