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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 22, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THUMDAY, AMOL 12, THE LETHBIUDGE DAILY HERALD PACE THRES of Welth-Ritcliic 20-Round Fight Here Next Week flfht ire going to ko In the eour-M V tint. Ntt the recent no In Ntw York, but blji lOrourJ mill which took In London, go which lest for Wjlllc Ritchie th, lightweight Th, Orphtiwi hive at. Iho pleturM, The ploturoe nave geon in Ed. monton for th. paat two but It only montly oenMr, Mr. Chadwlck, wee convinced that they woro not that should be kept froni publjc view. The coffllnf ef pictureo will be delightful for the boxing dovetpee of They .will In .conjunc- tion with in Mhlbltlon of boxing boute .by .lout .Mtranta for the Albortu championships. Witch for the Herald Wins Indoor Base- ball Championship atY.M.G.A, The Herald wins the Indoor .Base- ball champlonsnln pi .the Y.M.C.A The docidini yesterday Jate The boyo who interine, for the roiirnoy at lOmonton are re- quested to bo ai Y.M.C.A .thle evening without 'Ml. In flic competition held in the S.O. hall liif nitht 10th street allengers" walked avay with the "challengers" tiro garaee, defeating the A.O.F. 11 to. 3, and ths S.O-E. 19 to 8. The keenly which caused much .oKOiUmcht at timet. Gto. Cloie refenod tfce garnet. Alter the Bniihed the 6.O.G. turnlshfd Which' WH: much appreciated by viritora. ConxM Score bv innings ariin, chaUcnaecs, loth .St. bowlers. I Buiin.eBi Men 1 T 1 Tenth D-McCruiro, O. Jones, __ ._ _ ing game tp.ok place ______ afternoon between the Busi- ness Men and ihu Herald, who were tie in the league race! with three wins and two loaaes apiece. The re- sult yesterday was 33 to 21. With the icore standing U to 5 in lavor o! the Business Men the ,ild came to bat in the Mast hull of 1he fourth innings, -walloped the ball to all pot its of the coinpass, -scored fifteen runs anil put the game in the vault lor safe keeping. It was t'nu do story -with the Iler- ald-ii bud start nut brilliant finish. The forepart ol the contest out eloquent evidence of for the but they had similar et- wrieooe before in contests and lept plufgini ,iway with heads up. Then the tidn turned and they went after their opponents with a relent- less lury and were not alterward. in liktly danger of lueetinK their Water- loo. The flrit two the Herald participated in irere lost by three runs and one run iwpectiTtly. Alter that they came charging up from th rear and toppled over all oppoaition winning four straigh' Three teame compoaed the league- Real Estate, Business Den and Her aid. Tbfi is ttie second fear in succea lion the Herald nil von the Indoo baieaall champlonablp of the T.It.C.A. and it ta the''sMoud year in svieces Rion, also, that the Herald baa prodtic ed'a vlnnini; ton-pln'thft Y.M C.A. Four champlonehlpB In tw years. BASEBALL NATIONAL Won Lost Philadelphia 0 Cincinnati li Boston 4 Chicago J Pittsburg 3 York 2 St. Louis 2 Brooklyn 2 0 2 3 S 4 Pet. 100C .750 .571 .571 .MS .m .260 .250 St. Louis 0 3 .0 Cincinnati 1 2 0 (Called last half of flttli, Qriner and Snyder Ames mid Clark. Philadelphia 050 New York 122 Chalmerit anil Killiier Ferritt, Stroud, Froimun and Smith. Brooklyn Aitchison, S. Smith, McCarty Crulcher, Cocrchan, James, Lurjuc and Cjowdy. Pittshurg-Ciiicago, rain. AMEKICAN Detroit Cleveland Washington New York..... [jostoh St. Louis Philadelphia Chicago Won G Lost 2 I'd. .750 .025 .571 Two Milwaukee Promoters Go Limit Offering 90 Per Cent, ol the Recelpti Chicago Pnckoy McKarlaud and Alike Gibbunn who have been matched to battle sume time next month will look over Use of scvrn bids receiv- ed from iMihviuikEc, Nt-'iv York, Kim- s City ami St. Paul inomutcrs at a meeting today. Just to make the season intercst- Iny, Promoter Gilison, of York, wired Manager Thiry thai he would be Jiere to talk business with both principals. N'o fight of rece'nt years haa been sought for so eagerly by the fight lenders, and it looks as if the interested ones will have a hard lime T A 1C L A N TONIGHT TONIGHT Masks and Faces" NETTY AND CHEAP VACATION EnormoUa. Success "of Mi1. Stirling James BARITONE The Escape Frorii The "LIMITED" "The Courtship of the Cooks" The Shetland Pony Contest IS NOW IN FULL THE'COUPQNS solccling tlie club. promoters, full ol till! curtain there 'was not one .371 fighter, with privilege of SO per cent, songs were sung, nnii numerous en- .500 .316 .333 .250 Boston 3 Washington 11 Collins and Carrigan Williams and Comstock. have gone the limit liy offering 90 moment. cent, oi the receipts nnd both came i The work of the principals was pnr- Milwaukee. Den Hleintl n[ the; ticularly good, and deserves mention. South Side A. O. and Joseph W. I I'uiele Henry, Hc-ris Canileld and Dixie Munch, organizer oi a ninvlr iormed I White upheld llio comedy end of ttie club, make the same bid. Here is tho jjiny, and wero responsible for the "si major portion of the enjoyment. Ina llilly Gibson, Fairmont A. C'., New Mitchell and Thorn Hellon made a de- York, guarantee of with nilighiful liulr of lovers, sing- privilege oi 55 per cent jjng was a. treat. Krarilt Mulkern, Xaliwial .A.C., Mil-! The piece was full of calcbv music V'iiukec, jinnraulec ol to each j and songs. Seventeen of the latest of the to he divided equally, cores responded to. Tom Cream City A. C., Milwaukee, 70. JUT cent, of the re- ceipts divided equally. Den Stsihcl, Mouth Side A. C., Mil- waukee, 90 per cent, of the receipts' and clcliklittul music should attend. The Uostonlans will he here till Saturday evening, and the bill for to- night is "My Taugo Maid." Thoae. rho enjoy good, wholesome comedy a ijto he divided according to agreement between fighters. Jimmy Hurst, Kansas Cily, guaran- tee of ivith a priviicgc of 70 tor cent. The tnanis lined up as follows i yesterday's contest Uuilnns Men Ste.-art K. D. Johnson, Rawortn, Brymhor McBlyca, Davidson. Frcy, Kane, Nichol son, Duniworth, Carlgy, Oupbanan. 'A. Masion, A, Garr, D. Masson. A. 0.: F.rrE. HwJitr, ,J. Hooker, O. E.Ptiauh.'-T. 'Fleetvood, C, Ktmiley. S. 0. Gurt, H. Gurr, R. Smith, C. WMtUy, W- Holberton, E. Faunci. Herald 5 4 30-2 ........0 5 0 15 5 8 i-3; ud Stewjrt Cat ley ami Kane. JOHNSON -SAILS FOR SPAIN Nogo end Wife Leave Havana With. out AorM John. tlie-foriher champfoii .heftvyvreiffht puglllit, and Ilia wife, oelled todar for Spain on Cbrla- iini. rrem Johnton intehuii to proceed WEBi-laDd. AlthOMii haa no paMDtrt, Jobieon bo oivocti to no trouble. He 1171 Tvlll return-to In Jane and op- t. gymnwtum. TORONTO OVER FULL TEAM TO QUELPH Toronto, pit., April 'complete ball team was releas- ed to the .Qufllph club tonight by Preeldent McCaffrey of tlie .Toronto Internationals.. Nine .players will he .sflit to -the Royal City." when the team 4> there opens Its training tea- son. The players .secured by Manacer are; Htchtn Kir- lay and Bradshaw; Klllllea, Isaacs, Murphy and Sullivan; catchers, Harkiis "and Jordan, and outfielder, Hunt. Boston Red Sox Eighteen Carat to Fullerton (Br Huth 6. Pint, will Heine Wigncr come -Here ta -the I 7 Joe Wood return it'Mt real tall form Third, will Mck Hob- club an4 tajs Is it. s4ay M he did last or as Jit "to in tW World. It kw Jltchiai stall Two of-.- thew seem an- ol ianetd. It writed to (et straight and has spseef. It WttiM It reforta on Wagner and haa staadr oMitewe4 catchers.; Hoaby. Wafaw eeems to have ovrx- riTals have his ratumatism, iBd is reported UJThira' ti The to.M Red Soi. iluiap 11 It uy M out .of Nitioul league Cleveland 5t. Louis i i j.' (Called in 8th to allow Cleveland "lie 10 catch hold oft" until the hill passes in Min- Steen anrf O'k'eil James, Perrimac.: and Severoid, Agnew. I Joseph-w. Munch, promoter oi a (newly organized, dun in Milwaukee Now Vork 8 5 Per ceiit.. ORPHEUM Tlie UGunl country slura will be held at tho Orplieum this events. Twelve Fred St. Paul, "Will meet UBeful Pri2BB wi" be e'ven the best inducement offered if you jrlrsL the two Philadelphia 041 Fischer and Nunaniaker; Brossler, Haipei and McAvoy. Chicago 3 8 Detroit.................................. -1 10 3 Russell, Fabcr anil Schalk; Rey- nolds, Boohler and Baker, McKee. At. their last mEcliiiE the fiKlilcrs agreed' to make 1-15 pounds at tlirrc [o'clock, so the only (juibbling tlia i should come up today is choice 1 club and 'division of purse. Brooklyn Chicago......... Pittsburg Newark Kansas City St. Louis Baltimore FEDERAL Won Lost Pet. .667 .625 .625 .600 .Hi. .375 .374 .30 Kansas City 1. Pittsburg.............................. 5 1 Cullop and Easterly Leclair, len and Berry. Baltimore Buffalo' Quinn and Owens Krapp and A flu. Jrooklyn 3 -0 Newark 5 0 Seaton, Marion and Walon Whitehoase and KarHltn. AM. ASSOCIATION Columbus 0, Indianapolis 4. Cleveland 9, Louisville i, Kansas City 5, Minneapolis'- S.- Milwaukee 3, St. Paul 9. Spokane 1, Aberdeen 7. Vancouver 5, Victoria 2. Seattle 3, Tacoma 4. LAJOIE GREATEST HITTER D Save Vet Malechi Klttredge Who Avers Nap Hi. No Weakness New York, Kittredge, ie velereii catcher, regards Lajoie KB ie greatest batter the game ever knew. According to Klttrmlge, it iaimfMt. irnpoflelble. the Frenclimah. He telii a story of'a left- bander named vjacobaon, -who pitched for WaahlaatonV and who-thought lie bad discovered -LajiMe'B veainess.' Af- ter making thla discovery, Jacobton Itced at a critical stage of th" incinnati that In the oMBtry it uttled to I mertly its TWf. Ita MMnr gala- 1 One need study the team only ed a year ol and proved )y. Cerrif an and Cadj. Me tipi brief- almselt a leader ivas ___ ed aid 'tetter, they are tit- ted wtll to their pitchers. Leonard not lire up to his. great perform- ance- of lilt ytar' to. win !or the beliered, Barrinj a rua of (rifhtlui acalnst tajory ol two retralars aad OM or two plt-hers, team. With Leoiard going well, Wood M critical iefe chas- ed from the ring after eight ro.unds of fiasco in a scheduled boiit at the Mpptrcal Sporting club last nllht. The referee, Pat Hooaey, stat is OR ol _ ____....._____ kaalsMl'MM Beditnt may he dueled the pair not trrtag to oerre flt decision to Join the front raakc again. That: iBlleld like a million dollars wltk HpbllUell la.avint ahape, iat il is rimarkrtlr thcf are nil forl Witt IW Oalner to playflrst In not fortilted of to come back Bill Swaewy likely at Cblciuto from eiartlr the tooaMe ka4 at Cincinnati, ttmsnpctaMlity. CarrlMai Is carr.'iuj M _____ ty of outlWd niaterlal to aub lor Hooper ut TtMc a law In thefcall It looki M cmJy up a boxing eihlbitlofl popular, and 'were booted and hissed nntil they ntlnd U> dreaelni rooms. Laniford at tlmao trying to make the fight, nynn nil tlraw, nertr trjlnj to OTM in open- lui, in' whieb attllule Lajurord soon Joined. Both men kad'- paid In Imao appeerad to be the bout look like a HMIMrl "Sam, I'm afraM you nre an Idle feltow.1' "Idler Not no, sab! Why, I gits my wife mo1 work rtt de. AT ;..STARLAND Mr. Stirling Iiaritono vocal who made hia first appearance ai last night, Is undouljtedlj in a mo ing picture theatre in' nnd in fact, can bold his owu with even the best heard on any stage In the city. ,HJB rendering o'f "The Rosary" was a revelation to the large number of.people who Visited this pop- ular honee of amusement, and the manager :fs to foe .compHmonted providing; such a high-class artist. .The iiieture programme contained iill the elements of drama, sensation and .comedy-necessary-to make a thor- oughly .enjoyable evening's .entertain- ment. Tile s.luie programme will he repeated tonight, ami tlie usual big change win" be glveu on Friday and Saturday. MAKE .HIT 'That'the Juvenile Bcatonians are sver. welcome and-popular in Leth- Jridge'was clearly shtfwn'lastAnight at the Majestic, when a good audi- ence witnessed the production of the musical comedy; "The Isle of Spice." Since theirrlast appearance here, there lava beei-one-or -two .'of the girls eaye tile company, but all the favor- tes.are still there.. Their efforts last night were" greeted with enthusiastic applause; The piece went alone smoothly, and.from the rise to the seats for the .fliveuile Bostoninns the Majestic cr one Allicrta-bred tur- key. Other prizes consist-of useful, grocery and toilet articles. Three more days of tne farm festival. Who wiiv Trie tne pony, or ?20 In gold. The young cow is Q'iso a iirize of consider-11 able merit. Bring your coupon tickets tonight and see lucky you are. Dale epiit- .ting offlnedy.- Willie Walriia arid Awful lianmt German raider sunk by Brltlah Best, off Falkland Mudl of the Jnvenlle'Boataeilaiis Coiunany at Honolulu Septenrtw, the up at He us the offKers would not allow a caniefa.on the dock.; cutwHted thisa coomallmc tbc odak In psrasoL J- 8t Day TcinbrroVriipril :23, Is'St. Pay. .Every. v siiioker in' the evening- STOP CATARRH! OPEN NOSTRILS AMD HEAD San Crew AnIM ta NtaMte it Om- It rour nostrils cloned and your head IS stuffed and jou cant t'reelT because of a cold or catarrh, just let a snail bottle iSr's.Cretm Balm at any druc atom ,T... lltfle at Uila fragrant, tntl- Hptlc cnain Inio four anil, let It penetrate, thrtrofh every air ot yoiir head, noothUg hemllat Inflamed, JOB set Install Ah' bow good It (eels Tour trfla are OPM, your head saufllni, MovrUuj; arf, i, diyaew' or By's Cream MB Is from i It's a delliht Bold Cft, LtotWU ;