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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 26, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, APRIL M, THE LETHBRIDCK DAILY HERALD PAUBTni CJ" WOFAIETIC mm IBIS In ttc efficiency teati held on Sat- urday afternoon >ln front .of. the Y.M. C.A., in connection wltb'tlie Sunday tcbool athletic league, the who Lad qualified fn the fpdoor testa com World's Greatest Turner. On the World's Greatest Suit at Universal City, Cal. The mosJ vivid portrayal of crime and its detection ever known to man. Swift and powerful action. Breathless scenes in every one of the fifteen episodes. Each a oinnati 1 B 1 Pittsburg.............................. 1 0 Ames, Lear and Clark and Wingo icQuillen and Schang. Ibicago 025 ,t. Louis 331 Zabel and Bresnahan Sallce and Snyder. Boston ..................................10 11 0 Philadelphia 273 Hughes and Oowdy Mayer, Oesch- s and Killifer.' SUNDAY GAMES 3liicago................................. 4 10 0 Cincinnati 472 Chener, Standridge and Bresnahan; Dale, Ames, Douglas and (Fifteen 'itisburg It. Louis Kuntlehner, Mameur ioak and Snyder. and Gibson AMERICAN Buffalo, N.Y., April Artie Hoffman. wtuvhad-a con> troveriy with Lee Maiee, the. maaaier of the was nnt to the Buffalo club In a deal that would 'eventually trine Nick Gallop, the alar southpaw of the Kansas-City club, to Brooklyn, vu denied by Hoffman today. Robert B. Ward, owner of the Brookftdi, stated that he -would like- to cet Nick Cullop, and would five aa aa. for bli Boyle LateCoi: Popular Officer was a CONTINUED FRONT PAGE. Always ol military tread be vac a man .who up "V sauadron of the militia rejimtat to ngbtin{ pitch. visa dead. It '.via a. Casualty, tbat home, aid siiuck Lieut.- Ccl. formerly majar in Ue im Lijht "Horse, was one of the most liopuuir' -mem Over sit in heigkt, of Bmeaieei ke took in- terest in all military uw York 5 1 leveland 6 '6 Chicago B 6 Philadelphia 3 5 St. Louis ....3 8 Pet. .750 .556 .556 .500 .500 .375 .182 mental iliock that brings yen to the edge of your teal. Wonderful actine by the immaculate Herbert Rawlihjdn as Ss.nford Quest, the greatest detective chancier of modern fiction. See the charming Little, as-Leonora, Sanford Quest's clever assistant. See William Woriiinjron as Professor Ash- the scientist, a man of dual personality. See Lauri Oakley as the keen woman detec- her marvelous masculine impersonations. Sec Frank MacQuarric as Craig, the man tortured by a horrible secret. See the wondrous marvels of science 'used in ihe detection of pocket which explodes in one direction only; the Phototelsme (moving pictures by electric, hypnotic confessions, and the other strange thines. See the leap from the fast express, speeding at 60 miles ?n hour. See the mysterious that clutch the jewels from a woman's neck in a brilliantly lighted conservatory. See the death defying leap from a tower to the top. of the mile a minute freight train. See'these terrific thrillers and a thousand others besides. You must; if you want to see the greatest moving picture serial the ivorld has ever produced. wide one night every week See THE BLAGK BOX The Photoplay Serial Supreme 15 a week STARLAND-Commencing on May 6 and 7 (UNIVERSAL TONIGHT SOME PROGRAM! THREE REEL FEATURE The Shanghaied Baby WILL HOLD YOU SPELL- BOUND TheGirl Telegrapher's Peril HAZARDS OF. HELEN SERIES Hearts of Gold A ONE REEL DRAMA OH VpU COMEDIES! MRS. WALKER AND f "THE DEVIL" 'f THE BUSH LEAGUE LOVER LAST TWO NIGHTS MR. STIRLING JAMES CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE SATURDAY GAMES Washington 02 New Yurk............................ 4 12 Johnson and Ainsmith Galdvveirj and Sweeney. Win. Carnlll, Lethbridae. Major Sande'man, Pine. Lake, Alta., seriously. Donald Redman, Calgary. Sergt. Cooper, Princess Pats. Detroit 6 Cleveland 0 11 2 5 3 Doland and McKee Steen, Hngei- aan, Walker and O'Neil. Philadelphia 6 7. 3 Boston................................. 3 41 Pennock and McAvoy; Leonard, Ruth, Foster and Carrigan and.Tfaft- St. Louis 1' Chicago lA James, Bautngaidner and Agnew lllall, (jaunty! Denz and St. Louis SUNDAY" GAMES nlso. was kept in a. post u Jwnisinj'initrlKttou, while ed. No1 were .to hand' jarflner and Agnew ialk.. HusselV the base hospital Ligny. Put- t'her particulars, it was stated, would follow, raised considerable''-kape that. he had not been wouna'ed, but laat.'.niKktvthe-iiews came oret toe wire I4iat IK had died oi FEDERAL .Newark Pittsburg Chicago Brooklyn Kansas City Buffalo Uol. Boyle worked hit way up from lieuteaait to MBioriilnM he jollied _____ tke 15th after tie South African I Baltimore war. He went throuili'tBit campaign 'Si. Louis as a sergeant ot attiTletv; waitrouad- etl Thlh in the OraiiM HiTer Colony, it- n.-_'i ij_i.l _OA1UMIJAI 9 7 4'. 5 .5 L. 5 Pel. .643 .638 .800 5 .583 6 .400 8 .385 8 .365 Flrat Battalion John H. Enrka, St. John, N.B.; Went. AJlfreil C. Baetodo, No. -1 Jeun.Btree.t, Toronto; .'ilajor. D., Sutherland, .Ont.: Capt. rJl'G. L. Smith, Chatham, Ont.; Lleiu. W. C. Butler, London, :Ont.; Lieut. T.. p. Lockoart, Gait, Ont; Lieut. E. W. Stouey Creek, Ont.; Lieut. ,J. L- Stratford, Ont; 'Lieut.. P. W. Peck.. Mount For- est, Ont. v....... Second Battalion Lieut. Andrew McLennan. >Neiieau street, Ottawa'. J. K. 'Cion- Third Uoiit. J. K. nrj Capt. S.f J. .Hugeiu yn s, Ot- Capt. G. K. B. Beggy, St. Cath-. arlnes, Lieut- C. O. Brpivn, Nor- vali G .Kehworthy, Van- V. A. .McLean, Vancoii- ver Llout. S.'D. Arnio'ur, Vancouver. Fourth i' W11-. Buell, High Commissioner for Canada, :36 Victoria street; .London, .Major Berkeley; Henry Bslson, St.. Ron: an's road, Ont; Capt. G. N.'M. Young, Bar- rie, Ont.; Lieut: J: 'K. Rilcy; Tjleut. J. N. McKinlay, Buriington, Ont.; Lieut. F.W.' Millar, Bvantrorrt. Ont.; Lieut.' ,G. W, B. Bollard, Hamilton, Ont: Wounded and B. T. Battalion, formerly In Hal- Fifth, 13118 Private Cecil 'Maynard Morgan, Norwich, ling- land; stone, Lieut. Man.; W. Fttzpatrick, LJeiit. .J. Pipe- Braudon, Man. Seventh G. H. Weld; DelaVare', Ont.; Lieut. Tucmas Head .Haddell; Halifax, K.S.; Lieut. Robert Bruce Stalker Burton, 52 Bos- well avenue, Toronto, Ont.. Tenth Battalion Major James Ligbtfoot, Capt. Liemi R. M. :Young, Major A. T. SUNDAY. GAMES Newark ling and Raride'n. Pittsbucg 2 .10- 8. Blair and Allen Kaistr- and got the Queen's ai.' tliiee .313 'Heain.: aiiil Berry bert and Chapman. Bojlt is or a widow .and two youajckilgren. cbilaren were In Calaatr oaly Satur-i day: jraUini: their 'ptctnow taken to 14 7 Capt. Redman aedVLieut. were both very well known in the city'-, and were in-tke 1Mb .Bat- talion, -which' 'serais to hare in the'tkickyol, tta LONG FOH MINNE40TA St. Paal, Haaanioid 'today tke Ml lecalltlat It-roni boilnx matches In the cities irf the ,8t. Panl. and Daluth. TJidur the provl- ilena toe law, whkb txcomes Immediately, oalv twelve koots saay be staged In cne year In any one of threeiciilei. Baltimore Buffalo.......... Quiim and Owens Ford, Ehmke and niainand Allen." Brooklyn 2 Newark' .7 Seaton', Marion and Land Moran and Rariden. and St'. Lqiila Allen and Hartley.' Betry- 2 0 Q room 5 0 03 and MoALLIftTEH TOM MeCARTV New York, N.Y., April Bob McAlHster oi .outfought Tern McCarty of Montana. It a contest In BrooHrn. 'JfeCartv welrhpd link, Watson, -Her- First1 Chicago 10 ;12 1 3 '.S 4 Johnson arid Wilson Main, Cul-' lop and .EasteHy.. ;v. Second garni Charles Wilson .riobinson, next of kin, Mrs.' iLouisa Munaon, Alta.; Lieut.. William Arthur'Lowry, next of kin', Clara 528 Twen- tieth aveniie 'Calgary, .Alta.'; Lieut. Geo'rge Gordon Duncan, 'Port Credit. Ont.; Capt.-C.-rI. Watson, Port Hope, Ont. Thirteenth George Eric Montrea'I. Que. Fourteenth' Hercnle Barrie, 1356 'St. "Hubert..'street, Mon'- Lieiit. Waltsr. Kirkivood Kniib- ley, street, Montreal; Capt. Paul R. Hanson, St: Lambert, CapC Btchard Stearne, Wett- Lieut CeoTSe. Montreal; Lieut H. Aiuintu'., Cant. .H. B. Boy.d, ilidgeway, H..H. Smith. Battanbri-i-MaJor' Gilbert Vancouver, Raginflid next of klni Sir Cbarlea- Hjbbert T.upper, K.C.M. G., IpS'HastingE etreet west, Vauvou- Montgomery Ainsllp', Eften, Aberdeen- Scotland; .Hamilton "Mat well Fieiuins, G: H.- ROBS (79th Cameron" -Wirinincgv Capt; G. (79th Cnnieron i Highlanders) "VVInnlpeK; PARAMOUNT NIGHT MAY JRWIN In Her Greatett 3ucceii "Mrs. Black is Back" A Faniouii. Playen Parjmount In Four Stupendous "Fatty and Mabel's Simple Life" A Two Part Keystone, featuring FATTY ARiUCKLE and MABEL NORMAN, .two..of the greatest of the Keystone will chase you r ThfeMiitiialiyarWeekly Many Other Good Attractions, Inoludinj Tie rlFamoiiR Jiihnstpn Trio This, feature waa aucn a 'eueeeaa. that themanagement ar- ranged for a' limited .atfdltlonaT engagement, and they wfll appear in an entire of dancaa.. .This act alone is worth the prlca .of admission. CapL S. Lieut.' CJ.; S; yictoria- :iiieut. G.' Kenwortbr. Vancouver; Lieut.; Caly- B.Ci Princess Patricias (killed in action) :17, 1CJ4'. P'te. -.Gcoree Ilpbert Clevnintson, neit "of 'kin, -p. -Clement- I sin; 'rieict of D.. rJIementBon, Hoi- April 17, ,1790' 9gt, SATURDAY GAMES Vancouver .S, .Tacomo a, (10 innings) Aberdeen vSpokaue o. I. SUNDAY CliMEP, Aberdeen Spoianc Seattle Columbia' 7., Cleveland" 4. Jfilwaukce 0. 5. iilbnoapoiif. is. Aurll 197 Private -Gerald next' of L; .Ivalt, Slough, England; '-April' W, S1201 PfIrate-''George .i F. :H4rtwell; roil "of klii, M. St.: .Timei' England.; AprlJ IK 5130) 'Private vRlohard ,O. of Isabena'Lawten, No" 'JB Caetlotown Hastings, Sriaiex.. M. Robln'sori UriuisferTed from !28th next o't ilp, JIn-.-C. F. _ Street -26 .Sl.vJchn's; .a'vyriue, Ihc. Lbngslght; Mihcbester: 'Aiiril 1763 Sergeant nest oi kinj AnderBoii apart meuts, Calgary, Alta. .The.; JpllbwlnE.V further casualties were forwarded 'jast'niRbt: Wa vate H. B. Armltage, April 19. Next of kin, Mm. A. Armltage, Chicago, ill. -Died of wounds Private i Rudolph MqKlel, April 16. Neit-6f T. A.'-McKieT, Pairvllle, Mis. ol ''kin.'ilri. Briditt Ald- fr 'wife, Andrelgh, t-cinef TJtif' ..Third 9: B, Mor: ViFourth Baltalioivrl.ieut. ,T. H. -Ben- net. Toronto 'York Rangers, Tor- MO- ilia Seventh G. Spencer, 6th Retfmenl, Vancouver, B Tenth thla battaJlnn Ueul. B. ounded. iut-tliere IE at the front, regiment, there is fc Whom it inay: be.' V Sixteenth LABOR Ottawa. Aprii tal there Jjtlj; ference frqui, 4 certain ORPHE0M Vaudeville and Song and Dahet Thomas Granville Musical Novelty 'Artist fSree feature of, Qlpiy life of Boarinj Comedy 10-He Heal' CUP DEFENDERS TO BACE Vanitlt will Into York, April yachts Resplute and, built lant year to defend the America's cup lEalnst Sir Thomas Liptoo'i challeng- er, the In. commission this summer 'and 'be'..' raced in special regattas and In of the New York Yacht cjub; wail 'fifJ'SH Yachting men consider, H doubtral whether America's cup this Teal, and .L-- Ihc courteous, ibiit, firm :'s ;