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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 25, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta .I'lnSSbAY, APRIL 25,15)10 TilE LfiTHBRlDGE DAILY HERALD V PAGE THREE WonKMnK c�n ��ve ' ' ' lime niid money with n BtnnKord" to Inke them iltilckly btick niitl forth. Clicnper Hum cnrlnte, quicker thiin street cnrii, liC Price .... *a . C.C.M. Model "F" $95 ^ Uadii Vi� Canada b]l Canada Cyeta & Motor Co., Limited, Toronto, SB-A 1 } FOR SALE BY THE LETHBRIbOE CYCLE CO, 110 Bth St. S. �PI0N8HIP IE Toronto, Montreal and Boston Entries Divide Eight TiUe ClaBses C. Company Kilties Victors at Football C CtimDany of Uto 11,'ith took a fall out of B Company in an exciting game of football nt tlio barracks grounds. The score was G to 1. This is tho first of a series of games to bo played by the Kilties. For tlio victors H. UnnlnB scored ,3 goals, Watson 1 and Scott 1, .Major Howiand reforeed the game. A great contest is sciieduled for next Monday evening between two of tho Kilties team, composed of players from D and C Company. Kick-off at 6 o'clock. Plpor dowlo will referee. MmcU prepamtlon Is being madft for tills clash. Officers Vs. Sergts, Tomorrow Night nicro is an all-khakl football lilt lllled for the Athletic park tomorrow evening, commencing at 6.15: Officers vb Sergeants of the 113th KUUes Battalion. The teams hnvd been chosen as follows: Officers-Goal, Capt. L�ech; backs. Capt. Devino and L,leut. Lowo; half bucks, L/ient. Fmmo, Lieut. Laub and Jjlout. Richards; forwards, Major Hlowland, Capt. Jlclver, Capt. Skelton, J>t.-Col. Pryce-Jones, and Capt, Wallace. Sergeants Goal. R. G. M. S. Regan; hacks, Sergt. Scott and Sorgt. Webb; halt backs, Sergt. Bond, Sergt. Mor-Kan and Sergt. Smith; forwards, Sergt. Thomson, Sorgt. Lament, Sergt.-Major Jenklnson, Sergt. Ness and Sergt. Winton. Tliese teams are probably very well lialanced and the majority of tho players are footballers of no moan skill. A close and clover game should re-Milt. The public are cordially invited to'attend tho matcli. SEATTLE BOWLERS  ' WON TELEGRAPHIC BOWLING TOURNEY Toronto, April 24.-In tho finals of the Canadian amateur boxing championships, Saturday night, tho oleht titles wero divided between Toronto, Montreal and Boston. Toronto flghl-ors, boxing under the colors of the Hlversldes, annexed four of tho championships; three went to Boston, and Montreal secured one. Saturday's bouts were all interesting, being clever exhibitions of the scientlllc art all the way through, and a satlslled crowd left the Arena lust night after Joe Burko ended the evening's entertainment by knocking out his opponent in th� heavyweight nnalB. Th� ^ummwrf: lOS pooDd. cUm�-Thomu IVArey, BoHon. won' from T. Kemp, Orlffln-town Boys'diib, Montraul, declsbn. 115 pound class, geml-ltnal-A. Noteworthy, WellMd, won froia R. Rus-aell, 180th bAtUllon, decision. Final. Tony Vatlan, Boston, won from Nose-worthy, decision. 125 pmad class-C, Newton, Riversides, won from C. til^d^n, Buffalo; D. Brown; R^VersWee, won from ft. tYaser, 170th battalion, Fraser quitting in the first.round; J, Fattorson, Classic A.C, -won from T. Price, iTOtli battalion, ^emi-flpal: Brown won from Patterion,' Jinockout In second round; Bull >pu from Newton, extra round. Final, Brown won from Bull. 185 pound class-^Frank Gallaher, Rlveisldes, won from M. Chapman, Riversides, decision. 145 pound class-B>ugeno Brosseau, Montreal, won from. H, Taylor, 96thi battalion, knockout in second roond. 158 pound class-P. McCarthy, Boston, won from P. Feltmate, 180th battalion. Feltmato q,ult In the second round. ' 175 pound class-F. Bm-ke, Riversides, won from J. Dickinson, Montreal, knockout In second round. Heavyweight-J. Burke, Riversides, ^"on from Q. L. Rawson, 180th hat talion, knockout In flrot round. LARRY CHA'PPELL 18 BACK IN ASSOCIATION Cleveland, April 24.-The management of the Cleveland American League baseball club announced today that outfielder, Larry Chappelle, who come here as part of tho Joo .Tackson deal, with Chicago, has been released to the Columbus American Association team and that pitcher Herbert Ocoan-to-Ocean Ten-pin Honors WentlKelley, a reoruit lefthaader, has been BASEBALL SCORES NATIONAL Won l^Ht I'ct. Philadelphia ....... � 1 .860 SL Louis .......... 0 4 .600 Chicago ........... 5 4 .550 Boston ............ 3 3 .500 Cincinnati ......... 5 6 .454 Pittsburg .......... 4 I! .400 Brooklyn .......... 2 :) .400 New York .......... 1 5 .166 St. Louli Finished Strong Cincinnati, April 24.-Hard hltUng in the elghtli and ninth Innings by St. (Louis enabled the visitors to ^vin the second game of the series here today, " to 2. St. I^ulB ............ 5 13 2 Cincinnati............. : Meadows, Williams and Snyder, Gonzales; Schulz and Clarke. Thnte Poatponad Plltiburg at Chicago; rain. Philadelphia at New York; weath*r. Brooklyn at Boston; wet ffrounde. to Washington Team .\iiw York, April 24.-The Seattle (Washlnston) Athletic Cl-ub team �won the annual ocoan-to-oceau tele-firaphlc bowling tournament last iilght, wlUi a score of 3146. Thirteen llvu-nmn teams participated. Detroit A. C, 2895, was second; Illinois A.C., Chicago, 2889, third; .Montreal, A.A. A., with a score of 2777, wan seventh. FIRMIN CASSIGNOL IS DEAD Now York, April 24.-Firmln Cas-Blgnol, the J'reiich billiard player, who came to New York three months afio to an-ango a match with Willie Hoppe for tho 18.2 championship, died hevB today after an operation. He was 47 years old. released to J>ortland, Ore., in the Pa-clflo Coast league. JACK BRITTON DEFEATED � TED LEWIS ON POINTS New Oileons, April 24.- Jack Brltton of Chl�ft�� wrested the world's welterweight championship title from Ted I^ewis of England here tonight' when he was awarded a referee's decision over the Britisher at tho end of a 20-ronnd bout. Dick Burke of New Orleans refereed the match. cold C4n>dltn Hiim A new idea in a Summer Collar The roll top is a refreshing departure from the conventional; while the light weight makes it especially welcome for summer wear. It � high enough at the back to show above the coat, and low enough in front to insure comfort. 2 for 25c M�d� in giwitf Stnw Hylj in R�d Lubtl qujiiy- Jellicbe-J for 50o. The Wllllami, Greene & Rome Co., Limlled ^ Mttktrt of Fln4Shlrl: a AMERICAN Won Lost Pet. Boston ............ 7 4 .636 New York ......... 5 3 .625 Detroit ............ 6 5 .545 St. Louis ........... 6 5 .500 Chicago ........... 6 6 .500 Washington........ 5 0 .454 Cleveland ......... 4 6 .444 Philadelphia....... 2 7 .222 Close Battle St. Louis, April 24.-Cleveland defeated St. Louis here today 5 to 4. Groom started pitching for St. Louis, but gave way to Davenport in the fifth after yielding eight hits. Daven port held Cleveland scoreless. Louder-milk started for Cleveland, but after giving seven bases on balls and hit ting a hatter, was replaced in tho fourth by Bagby, who held the locals to one hit until tho ninth, when they rallied, getting four hits and two runs Cleveland............ 5 11 St. Louis............ 4 6 Loudermllk, Bagby and O'Neill; Groom, Davenport and Hartley. Walter Johnson In Form Washington, April 24.-New York could dp nothing with Walter Johnson today, while Washington freely pounded Shawkey and Cullop, winning 8 to 2. Frank Baker's only hit in seven teen times at bat In the four games here was a scratch single through Moi-gan. New York............ 2 .5 Washington .......... 8 0 Shawkey, Cullop and Nunaniaker Johnson and -Alnamith. Covele�kl6'8 Third Win Detroit, April 24.-^Jlm Scott, start-iiig his first game this season for Chicago, was knocked off the rubber in the fourth inning, and Detroit won, 4 to 2. This was Coveleskie'i third consecutive victory over Chicago this season. Catcher Schalk of the White Sox twisted his ankle and will be out of the line up at least two or three days. Clilcago .............. 2 S Detroit .............. 4 0 Scott and Schalk, Willinms; Oove-lesklo and Stanage. Athletics Shut Out Philadelphia, April 24.-Phlladel rphla could not hit Leonard's delivery with men on bases today, and Boston won the Ilnal game of the series here 4 to 0. Boston ............... 4 8 Philadelphia ......... 0 8 Leonard and CaiTlgan; Crowell, Shoohan and Myer, Murphy. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION At Columbus- Milwaukee........... 1 fi Columbus............"3 8 Young', Faotli and Spellman; Curtis and Murphy. At LoulavlUe- St. Paul ............ � Ijouiavlllo......... ... 0 Appam, Benton aud l.^ud; Perdue and Lalonge. At Toledo- Kansas City ......... 3 Toledo................ 0 Humphries and Hargrave; 'Kaiser-ling, Main and Sweeney. Minneapolis at Indianapolis; rain Ottawa, Out.. April 2;:.-Desperate fighting on the St. IDlol siillent, in which Canadian ov(MS(!aH forcHs participated, occurred last week, accord-ihg to official advices made public hero tonlKht, The Canadians, under tho most- trying clrcumwUinces, held their ground and in udditlou oc(:uplee Canadians blew up about 60 yards of Gennan trench and followed it up with a bombartiuient which was remarkably successful. It resulted In the capture of about a score of prisoners from the Soth Jau-gers, and machine guns which had been bothering the Canadians considerably. This Advertisement may induce you to try the first packet of HO AT in All but wc rely absolutely on the inimitable flavour and quality to make you a permanent customer. Wc will even offer to give this first trial free i! you will drop us a postal to Toronto. Biia ONEMANSHOUNOM HEAD IAS N FEUDAL ROW (t'VjxTi.vuKu vnou FnoN't Paok) FREDDIE WELSH GETS n b -Milwaukee. Wis., April 24. - Ever Hammer, Chicago lightweight boxer, defeated Champion Freddie Welsh on points here tonight In a fast 10 round no-decision contest, according to critics at the ringside. Welsh was battered unmercifully in every' round, except the first which appeared even. He left the ring with a puffed eye; and a bleeding nose and mouth. Hammer left the ring unmarked. Hammer was the aggressor, n.sing both hands to the head and body at will. .. .: Repeatedly Hammer forced the Englishman many times with right aud left swings to the Jaw, and in the seventh, with a powerful left hook to the Jaw, lifted the