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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 17, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, APRIL 17, THE LETIIBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE CLASSY BASEBALL GAMES SATURDAY AND SUNDAY NATIONAL 1 Hostoti..... Cincinnati .. I'liilaclnlpliiii SI, Louis ,. , Pltlfilmrg ... New York .. (.'llifilUO ... HrooUlvii .. . TRI8 SPEAKER TJie famous Hoaton outlloUlfr, who Is chief liRure In a $nn,(i(m dual �\vlth Ihc Cloveland chih. NEW FIVE-MILE ROLLER SKATING RECORD 13.25 Chicago, April 15.-Roland Cloul of Pittsburg, present holder of the Nvorlri'g roller skatlnK cliamplonshlp, brolto the world's fivu-inlle record last night at championship hieetlnc now being held here. He went the dls-tanca in 13:2B, six seconds faster than previous mark. EBllngton, of ICng-land and Peters of St. Louis, llnlshed (second and third ro8pectlvel,v. CionI has sot two now records In the throe days that the ineellaB lias iicen in progress, having won the mile race last night in record time. The five mile record above Is about K minute faster than the icn blade (Skating record for the same \�rtimf> ami siiul out St. I.ouIk. to o. lie allowed the Browns but two hits and (inly 211 men faced lilni. Ill iidditlon to ihiri he did not walk a man. Thi! Indiiuis Hup-I)ortU(l iilni In llawli-SH style. Not a St. LouIh iilayer liui. farther than lirHl liase during Ihe game. Tris SpoaltHr did not ma'erlalizo a hit. at. Ivonl.s ....... 000 000 000-0 2 0 Cleveland...... 201 000 OOx-:J S 0 nattcrluH-Harks, McCabe, Groom and liiu'tley, Klepfer and O'Xoill. EX-PUGILIST FOLL IN SUNDAY'S FOOTSTEPS Atlantic. Olty, "N. .T., April 15.-Jack Cardiff, former welterwolght champion, has received a call from the Klghtoenth Street Methodist church. New York city, for the summor. Card- j iff, who has just started an evangalis-tic tour at Alb Ijako, Wisconsin, wrltwi friends hero that ho >vlll probably ac-'l Stanuge. Sullivan; Clcotte, Rufi out. IMIH) iri'A XT UN 1{ IvSEin ED OF THE STOCK AND EFFECTS OF THE J.elhbriil};(' Alberta 20, 1916 AT THE MAJESTIC TODAY AND TOMORROW Lethbridge Man Dies Death H ero s Bound's Wlldness Beats Tigers At Chicago-lioliind's wlldness gave Chicago an opening which netted the White Sox seven runs in I ho first inning and Detroit was never able to I catch up, Chicago making It three out of four. Bolund walked four and al- rf^------ ,...... -------- I lowed a single by Weaver hofnm I (OoKTIXUED KllOM I-no XT PaOK^ .Tamos took his place, and a double by �Tohn Collins off the latter helped in the rout. Clcotte pitched a steady game until the ninth when he was taken out. Hellmari's two doubles and a single were directly responsible for three of Detroit's runs. Ray Schalk was the star hitter of the White Sox. He secured three hits in five trips to the plate and stole two bases. Detroit....... 000 010 210-4 C 0 Chicago...... 700 C00 02X-D U S Batterie.s-Boland. .Tames, Boehler sell and Schalk. KILTIES PREPARIf BIG FOOTBALL A picked team of football artists of the Kilties battalion cleaned up D comiiany on Saturday afternoop at the barracks, prepanirorj- to the game with the S. 0. E. on Good Fi-iday in aid of the Patriotic r\iud. The score was 8 to 2. For tJie winners Willie TJnuing scored three goals, Hammy JJnning three and Thomas two. The picked team was taken from the following companies, and tils is the line-up that will likely oppose the B. o. re. T'\ Miles (C); Cnpt. Gallagher (C) nnd Godson (B); Martin (A), W. Un-nlng \C) and Chonery (B); W^ard (C), I'horaas (C), H. Ijinnlng |C). Edwards (B) and Sergrl. Thompson (0), JACK DILLON'S OPPONENT EVADED A KNOCK-OUT Minneapolis, April 15,--Jack Dillon, of Inilianapolls, did not have much trouble beating BUly Miske, of St. Paul in a disappointing 10-round fight All tho way through, but the St. Paul boy could not see It that way and hold on to tho lloosler battler throughout the 10 rounds and did not give Dillon a chnnco to land a sleep irroduciue punch. WRESTLERS IN LONG CONTEST Salt Lake City, April 15.-After Mike Yokel of Salt Lake and Elmer (Pete) Brown, of Taylor, Texoa, had �wrestled three hours and 4H minutes Jast night tho police stopped tho bout. Both men wore so completely exhauHtod that it was deemed dangerous to permit them to continue. Tt Vas a gruelling match from beginning to end. Both were in great condition, and neither had Ihc advantage fit any time. JESS TO PITCH FIRST BALL Chicago, April 15. -.Toss Willard, Jioavywolght champion will throw the �first ball that will open tho semi-professional season horo next Sunday. Tho old grounds of tho National League on tho west sldo have been loHsod by tho Bomi-profossionnls and games �win bo played there during the season. George Burns was the hitting star | of the day, getting three safetleg. j McKetchnio, former Federal league ' player. Joined the Giants and was pla^'ad at third base. Np-n- York...... Ot)l 001 020-4 6 2 Philadelphia .... 103 000 001-.=i 0 0 Batteries-Porritt, Hitter, Schauer and Iterlden; Domaree and B-unis. Magee Wins for Boston At Brooklyn �- Sherwood Mugee's triple in the eighth inning over Hy Meyers' head with two men on the bases won for Boatou. over Brooklyn by the score of 4 to 2. The Superbas rallied In the ninth and chased two nien across the plate, but with men still on tho bases HuBhes settled down and prevented further acorlng. Tho Braves could only get four hits oft Sherod Smith, Robinson's mound nominee, but ragsed fielding behind him aided tha Braves In their scoring. The Braves, on tho other hand, bucked Hughes up In faultless style and only tey tjioir gilt-edged fielding prevented the Superbas from winning, as they hit Hughes Hard. Boston ........ 001 100 020-4 � 0 Brooklyn...... 000 002 000-2 !) 2 Batteries - Hughes and Gowdy; Smith and Meyers. Mamaux Defeats Cardinals At St. Louis-By bunching hits In the llrst and ninth innings Pittsburg took tho last game of the series from St. IjOuIs by the score of 6 to 1. Mamaux pitched a steady game for the Pirates^ He allowed but six hits, Frank Snyder getting two of these. Wagner, Barney and Johnston each secured a brace of hits. Pittsburg-...... 000 200 004-0 8 0 St Louis...... 000 010 000-1 f! 0 Batteries-Mamaux and Schmidt; Hall and Snyder. �UNDAY GAMES Rede Walloped Pirates Cincinnati, April 10.-Cincinnati easily took tho first game of the serle.' ? : : ? ? : ? : : ANOTHER EASY VICTORY FOR JACK TAYLOR KoUogg, Idaho, April 15.- �lack Taylor of Spokane, heavyweight wrestler, had little dllll-culty In dofuatlng Antonio Jo-hanson of Boston In a wrestling match at tho McConnoll hall last night, securing two falls, tho llrst in 12 minutes and tho second In loss than throo minutes. Taylor showed Ills superiority from the start. A good crowd was present. Thero were sovernl good preliminaries, including a four-round bout between Georgo Hiitsell attd O'Neill, resulting In a draw. % �j. .J* �j. �j* J* J* �j� tj* *j� ji CAUGHT IN CATTEGAT London, April 15.-The Danish steamer Elizabeth, bound for England, and an unUiiowii Swedish steanior, were captured In the Cattegat Friday by a German battleship, according to the Exchange Telegraph company's Copenhagen correspondent. Winnipeg raised $493,774 in throo days for tho Patrlollc Fund. ! NO COMPULSION FOR MARRIED MEN London, Aiiril 15.-It Is understood that the British cabinet has virtually decided that there shall be no general compulsion 011 the linos of "etiuul sacrifice for all,'' the final decision of tho cabinet in this matter has been j deferred until Monday, but it is said that a majority ot tho ministers are against conucriptlou of married men. OF Superior High-class FURNITURE On WEDNESD/iY, APRIL. 19th At 311) 7th .\vemu', South, (Riveniow) ' COMMENCING AT 10 A. M. AND 2 P. M. W. L. WILSON - - - Auctioneer IS FAVORED WITH INSTRUCTIONS FROM MRS. BAER TO SELL THE FOLLOWING: 1 3-Plece mahogany parlor suite, upholstered In silk; 1 mahogany parlor table x solid oak jardini'aria stand; I bras.i ceutre table, v/ith fancy marble top; 2 fancy Chin;), .lardlniore stands, on pedestals; 1 wicker rooker, 1 solid oak ro'i-tcr; 1 solid oak buffet, with heavy heval pUilo mirror and leadc;,". glass doonr. 1 solid oak fxinnsion table, f, legs trouud); 1 fie'.; solid oak dinnra, upholstoreil in leather; 1 solid oak dinner wagon; 1 solid oak rocker with alligator leather seat; 2 solid walnut chairs, upholstered In plush; 1 solid oak bedstead, spring mattress; 1 solid oak dresser to match tho bedsteads; 2 iron beds complete; 4 carpet squares; bedrtiom tables and bedroom rockers, easy chairs; 1 Mission oak bookcase; 2 mission oak arm chairs, upholstered in leather; cosy ' corners; set buffalo horns; 1 5-drawer drop head sewing machine; 1 Alaska refrigorator; curtains,. blinds, dishes, kitchen utensils; 1 ti-liole range with liigh closet and hot water connections; 1 Itltchon cabinet base; kitchen table and chairs; garden hose, garden tools, carpet sweeper, ,�tc. TERMS CASH. ALL SMALL ARTICLES SOLD IN THE MORNING GOODS NOW ON VIEW. Scene from "The youndliffg," starring Mary Plcktord, at Starland to-ulght and tomorrow. - ' Tlie Alexander Gait. Chapter Daughters of the Empire Will I'resent at THE MAJESTIC THEATRE Thursday, Evening, April 27th Tlie Festival of FloAvers, "Children's Play," Slietch by Me.ssrs. Waddingtoii, Asquith and IliiitivS. ^ Soloi.sts, Mis. Laytoii arid Mr. Fleiiiiiig'. Iiistriinieutal numbers by the Band of 113tU Battalion, Lethbridge Highlanders WEDNESDAY, APR. 26TH, SPECIAL MATINEE FOR CHIUDREN 50c Tickets for evening performance No reserved seats. 2783 ;