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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 22, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, APJUL 22. 191R T II E E T H B RI D G E n A I L Y K E R A L D PAGE THREE KAUFF WARNED DONOVAN If. iH sluiail tliiU MnnaKf'f UiH ? Uoiioviin, bo.foro tlio o)i(jiiinj; : of tlie liiR leiiKiic soasuii, re- rolvod tlia Vollowlrit; It^tiU- Iroiu : Hoiinie Kiiuft: "My (loar Ulll-I liojio yoiii-: iiitrliers are in h1ui))i' when wc : muot you. Yon bottor Kot Ma-t' Kuo anil the outMcldoi'k rnady, ? too. .McGraw ami 1 ilon'l want ! no 0XCU808, We lioiio you liavo Caldwell and Fisher ready. : "You won't need Seliaeter to ; ttinlto tno lanpli. Every lime I ? sue one of your ontfleUiorH run- ? nliiR lor llie ball it woll lie as ? Kood as Cluirlie (;iiai)lln for ? mo. Yon luive one ball player ? -tllat Is JIat'ee-bill I'll have ? him so tired cliasins balls be ; won't be inudi use to you. : Yours, "IIK.VN'IK." S.O.I'',.- P;irsonB; llolburton and Sonniaii: \'>'IIIett�, lU'iiiiett HiuI Waliis; Draper, Mel.ilyi.', .\ (;nri, 1*0 and lOaston. Kilties--I'earock; (!alla!;luT and Heott; t'henery, Foster and .Moore-. ()ovvie, If. Liruiiniig, W. Mii)i- nuicli in evidence llie only goal of the game. About l.'iO j)e(i]ile turned out to see the mateii. Not as many by a long and gave Holberton and I'arsons some work to do but the old standbys were in their place every time. Parsons NATIONAJ. \Y Pliilndelplila...... f, Cincinnati......... St. Louis......... I Bo.stoii.....,...... Pittsburg......... I Chicago........ .. ". IJrookl>'ii ...... - New York......... I FRIDAY GAMES At PItlsburg- St. Louis............ n 2 'J Pittslmrg............ S 11 aie."l'"i'- �l>l>--'>-"i'i l-stV �kilful mg the result 1-0 in favor of the ' ' i kick liearing evidonco of jj man who Scots, won a decision over .Take Abel ot Chal- ; heoi, there before and had kicked many a football in bis day. .liinniy Gurr. the peer of local football referees, handled the game in approved stylo. It la up to the referee TED LEWIS^WON Challanooga. Toiiii., .Vpril -Ted tanoogo, after eight rounds of fast lighting. .Vbel found it dlfTlcult to reach Lewis with any force, but by clever defensive lighting avoided ae- ro keep the"game clean and thi.s con- time. Vera puiiishnient. , ' _ .\ return niatcli has been promised when it is hoped the wi^alher will be more favorable. Tlic soldier element present kept things lively. The iilpe band jilayed some selections at lialf CHiEY WIN 1. Blackwood The very latest novelty- A black edged collar ;S for oOc. your .... ;> �t ..^.-.r, ..... .', .... t 1 ..=iiie .... 1 .'j .2S.~i li .14;! s AMERICAN New York .. Boston ... . St. Louis .,, Detroit ... . ("Ihicago .. Washington ( levfcland ,. Philadelphia FRIDAY GAMES At Detroit- Clilcago.............. Detroit .............. Danforth, Scott, Uussell ami Schalk; Dauss and Stanago. At St. Louis-Cleveland ............ 1 1 7 SI. f..oui�............II i;! 1 Mitchell, Hagermaii. ("oveleskit; and O'Neill; Groom and Hartley. At \Vashington- New York............ 10 1 ^Vasllingtou ........... i! 4 :) flaldwell and Alexander; Dumoiit. Gallia and Henry. At Philadelphia-Boston .............. 1 4 h Philadelshia .......... :i 12 0 Ponnocl;, Ames, .Tones and .-^gnew, Thomas; .Meyers and Meyer. THURSDAY'S RESULTS Detroit 2; Chicago i. Boston 7; Philadelphia 1. Washington 12; New York 4. (,'lcvolnnd-St. Louis, wet ground.s. Just look at that illustration a second lime. Look at the roominess of this new Studebaker SERIES 17 FOUR-the individualized COMFORT that's built into the car for every one of the SEVEN passen^^ers it carries. Not a detail has been overlooked that will make the car eayier-riding. The front seats, for e;-;ample, are divided - and they are also adjustable - that is, they can be moved fore or aft to fit the passenger's wishes. In the tonneau, roominess in especi;3lly evident-lots of room for live full-crov.'n people. The rear seat is v/ide and deep and lu.KuriousIy upholstered with the finest straight-grain, semi-glazed leather. And every v/hero roominess, convenience and a host of, COMFORTS have been buiit into the car. This new Studebaker is the most pov/crful 4-cylincler car on the Canadian tr.arket within hundreds of dollars of its price- the biggest car that any such price as ?1223 ever bought- but on COMFORT alone it stands ns the GREAT value of the year. Come in and see this splendid "Made in Canada" Car. the STrDi:bak!:iJ (iAlI \(;e J. T. GRAHAM, PROP. 322 6TH STREET, SOUTH, LETHBRIDGE. F, O. B. W�Ifcarvnie, Or.t STUDEBAKER W�Iktrvi)l.r, Ool. It is a long, mild Havana-filler Cigar with rounded head and end very blunt 3 for 25c->" 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. BDAVIS' FANS CHEER PRESIDENT WILSON Nation's Chief Executive Throws Out First Ball WashiiiKlon, April 20.-President Wilson opened the hnseball season hero todii.v when ho throw oiil the first hall in tho game between Washington and New York. The in'Otiidenl was greeted with enthnsiasllt; cheers. Tlie iiresid6nt was aocoinpaniod b.v .Mrs. Wilson, ,4s the president entered tlio hall .^rounds the hand played "The Star Siianyled nannor" nn^ the entire crowd stood and cheered. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION FRIDAY GAMES At Cohirabus- Cit.v 11 Columbus............ !' Crutcher, Reapan and Margraves; O'Toole, Link, \'a.vce, Savi.s and Pratt. At Louisville- ilinnoapolis........... 7 i:! 1 LonifJvillo'............ ! il 1 Yingling, Williams, tfo|i])er and Owens; Luque, .lames and Laloiule. At Toledo-Milwaukee ............ 7 .S Toledo............... 5 fi Atchison. Slainiicka and Spellnian; CoUamore, lifdiont and TTPesnahan. St. Paul at Indianapolis, postponed; cold weather. y\] DflQTn\ n'f"'"f,li"plru!nvrs in this .ouiitry and Canada. A BUM STEER I heard a niiiin sin.'.;ing just outside my window sill; rJiToronto Soldier Landed Home .-nmost to hi,-. hrei>= out a piaci in Fourth, Nearest Canadian !^'"' 'jf.^''V.f iiiey llatcii. tlio Iliiiioiii Athletie chilis lat t)>e lliiirh, Villur Kyronon, ol' ihejin lael. "l was awakened hv his carlv I rvTillro.''.e A. \.. New York-, having run i uiornin:: trill. Runner to Ten Boston. April 20.-Victors' honors in jthe annual Anierlean marathon road ,) i race were won yesterday by .Vrtluir V. I Roth, a youth ol' slight build, who r.\n for the Dorchester club of this city. veteran \va;; tliird and .1. ,1. Corkery, ot Toronto, Ont., whose amateur status was i'leared only at th(^ last inoraent, fourth, his time being 2,H(l.34. Roth's winning time was 2 hours 27 niiinite.'i 10 2-.") .-;(m:oiu1.s, eleven minutes behind the recjid for the event. Arthur .laniieson, Hamilton, Onl, finislied eighth in 2,43.09 -1-5. morning trill. I seemed to hear him saying, and his notes were loml and clear: Ret lip, get iiji, you lobster! Don't you know tliat sjiring is here'.'" .My w-iiilcr duds, I laid aside the while the rohiii sang, My overcoat-and otl'.er things-1 shed without a pang. Hut if I in( �: ? : ? ? ? WHAT STAR BALL ? PLAYERS ARE WORTH > : > : : : : ? ? ? : ? ? ? ? .1(>rty O'Toole, SI. Paul American Association, bought by Pittsburg In 1912 .......... 22,';00 Larry Clmppelc, Milwaukee, AmGi'ican A s ^ oe 1 si lion, hoa.glit iiy Chicago \i,'liite Has. Vm ...................... 18,000 Lel'ly HuBscI, Haltinioro tntor-iiationai League, bought by Philadelphia Athotics, lOLS.. 12,000 Frit/, iUaisol, Baltimore International League, bought by Now York YankeoH, 1913,.. 12,000 lUibe Marquard, Indianapolis, Americaiv A s r� o c ( a tlou, bought by Now York GlantH, lOOS ...................... 11,000 COAST LEAGUE FRIDAY GAMES M Los Angeles- San Francisco......... I .'. Los Angeles ....... ... 2 0 Couch and Sepulveda; Zahel and Boles. At San Francisco-, Vernon .............. 4 !i 2 Oakland ............ :\ S n George, Milchell and Mitze; Prough atid Klliott, ' Salt Lake at Portland, postponed, wet grounds. CANADIAN MANAGER WILL PILOT PENNSYLVANIA CLUB Toronto, April 10.--:Knotty^,ee, last season manager of tho Guelph team ot the Canadian baseball league, and later scout for J. .1. i\IeCaffroy, will likely pilot one of the Pennsylvania Slate League teams this summer. The Pcuusylvania I.,eague season will open on Wednesday, May 10. Knotty Lee will take a team ot Canadian leaguers with him if he gets the .loimatown appointment. Lee Is a native ol' Toronto. He has managed teams in the Canadian league, and in lOoy played for ISdmon-ton In the Western Canada league under Dlnny McGuire. Ho was a pitcher. A CHALLENGE Tha Sons of England hereby challenge the Loyal Order of Moose to a game of carpotball for tho Barrow-man Shield, game to be arranged for us early a date ns possible. 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 ;