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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 29, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta S/VrunDAY. APRIL 20, lOlfi THE LliTIIRninclR DAILY IIFJ^ALD PAGE THREE BICYCUES ("JK'rtrjyoHr Jrtbon Ume, ^ full of life and viKor Id .tlnrt the ilil)-. He InJc-penrlelU rtl strpel corn. Kidf a "(Jl^vc $>|e Irttl.l." I'rk-i: - � C.C M. MiKltl "K" JJS Madt: : ? BELATED WINTER ...... r. 1 Cincinnati......... tl il'lUHlmiK......... r. ? New York......... I w �\ 4 7 V : : : ? : ... . SI. l,lH'.iH . . . I'liiladclphla NOHl !l Pel. .04 :i .cir, .r)4r) .,');!s .417 .2.50 XATioN^vl Li:A(iri:s li:ai)i\(; moinds- Anothor Eleven Innings .\ow Vork. April 2S.-HokIom made it, Iwn out of three from New York Hendrlx Pitched Fine Game ChicaRO, April 20.--Claudo Hendrix hold SI. Louis to two lillH today, and ncv la run it ouglit to retire for a Chicago potindcd Its way Into a tie for here today. wlnnluK tlic Keroiid H wlillo; retire to Ub tomb, or Uk lalr.. "rHt place in the National League race InniuK Kame of tin. �ene.s l.y a score �nd make room for Hprlnt;. with her radiant smllc. When Bprlng conies along with her 'lauKhter and Hong. amd birds shisins; carols In iliine, iniui, Iruatful galooL dons a light j;aiizy Hult and llnder^venr fitted for June. He's clipper and gay, an to 1 here today. through a 7 to 0 victory, the Cubs' seventh straight. St. Louis............ 0 2 0 Chicago.............. 7 13 0 Salleo. Cirlner and Snyder; Hendrix and Archer. Double Play Unassisted Pittsburg, April 2,S.-Plltaburg won of i! to 2. Uostoii ............... :', 7 0 New York ............ 2 12 0 Leonard, Gregg and Carrigiin. Ag-new; Keating anil Nuuaniaker. Pitchers' Battle Cleveland, Ajiril 2S.-Cleveland won. 2 to I. from Chicago today, scoring the deciding run In the tenth iii-inlng. The contest was a pitchers' A Strong, Far-reacbing Organization Th!,': local office of the Union Bank of Canada Is but one of over 31-5 Branches of an organization whose Total Assets exceed .$90,000,000. Our banking seivlce covers Canada, and thtovigh cur connections we are prepared to transact business in any part of the civilized world. The confidence of Canadians In this Bank is attested by over Seventy-two Million Dollars ct Deposits. Yours would make a wise and welcome addition. LETHBRIDGE BRAI-.CH ... G. R. TINNING, Manager GRASSY LAKE ORANCH , H. E. SHANDS. Ating Manager � ,1 Grover Cleveland Alexander, who is responsible lor the Philadelphia Nationals winning the cliampionshlp in iniB and ".leff" 'I'esrean. the "giant of the Ozarks", who will figure prominently this season wUli thi- New York Giants. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE .SIR F.nMlJND WALKEIl, C.V.O., LL.D.. D.C.L., Pronident lOHN AJRD. General .MniinBcr H. V. F. JONES, A��'t General M�n���f V. C. UltOWN, Superintendent of Central Wentern Bmnoliea s. 0, E. mm m DC HS the bees and tho birds and the i Right Fielder Hlnchman made a double , battle between Morton and Williams. siiring flies away, and! play unassisted when he caught (^roh's are gray, and -wintenllly and then ran to first before flhase ' could get hack. Cincinnati............ Pitb;burg ............ .'�> 11 0 Schneider, Dale and WIngo; Harmon I'l 11 Chicago............... 1 r, 2 Cleveland ............ 2 "i 1 ^VIIllanla und Stlialk; Morton and O'Neill. Burns Decided Issue ,^,.,^,,^, w...^ .. St. Louli-.. Anril 2S.-With the score tering by, attired in his summertimr.. i Schmidt ""ilied in Ihe ninth. Burns doubled to rip'. In a hospital bed be Ik out of;  i left, .scoring Hellman. and Detroit beat bis head, ins Sling on dancing a Jig.! Coombs Versus Bender St. Loui.s r, lo 5. Doe says to the nurse, "Hetter orde,-j p,,,,,,r.rphia AinMr^S.-Coo^ and i.he game today. bud;!. Then the , heavens comes back with a roar, with winds that are bleak, being Iced for a week Bomewhere on the Spitzbcrgen shore, 'i'lien where is tiie guy who was saun BALLS Cobb returned to a lienrae. and measure tliis pent tor] a grave; there's no way lo miss such a drama as ilii.-^, since winter won' learn to behave."-Walt Mason. J3eiidor. formerly star pitchers of the Detroit r, 10 Philadelphia Americans, opposed each St. Louis ..... :  ^' " 1 other in a championship game tor the ; Covcleskie. Boland, Dauss and Sta- We knew a woman without fear. Who'ij kept a .secret forty yearsi Of course you won't believe the song Hut really, she's been dead that long. ((;ap. call tho filing si|Uad and Kliow no mercy.) 1 first time here indsiy. Brooklyn won ^nagu. Baker; I3avenport and Hartley. 5 to 2. Both veterans wero hit hard. � Athletic Blew Up Brooklyn ............ t> 10 0 ;Hy. getting four nine from an in thy; Bender, Mayer and Burns. New York at Boston, snow. LOOKS GOOD - TASTES BETTER Fowl Grape Cider er's ; field out, an error and two singles oft i Crowell. Philadelphln ........... ft 4 Washington ........... 7 7 0 Nabors. Crowell and Meyers; -Du-moiit, Boehling, Gallia and Henry. LOD StilT Battle for Emblem of City Championship at the Moose Hall lead, then the Sons and tliiis It went on to the tenth enrl when the Sons were leading by 7-(!. Tin- la.st two ends iiroved rather di.^astrous for the Moo.se, the Sons getting four extra points and Incidentally the shield. The series of games whii-li liavo ^ been held during the wiiiKr season i have proved very successful and havej lie-lped considerably to cement tho fraternal siilrit between tlie different! lodges In the city, and It is lioped that ne.-it winter the carpetliall league will got away to a guod start, and prove as good, 11' not a bigger surd French-Canadian battalion last night. .lust before the end of the second round Ii'leniing doubled up and fell to the floor. He claimed Wallace had stru:;k liim low. A doctor exani-iiied Fleming and stated that no injury had been done him, but the champion refused to go on. N CLEANS UP REICH New York, April 28.-Fred Pulton, of Rochester, won a technical knockout over M Reich, ot this city, hero tonight, the referee stopping the match after one minute of the ninth round had expired. Fulton outfought his opponent throughout and when the referee stopped tho bout Reich was tottering helplessly. Fultcn weighed 217 pounds and Reich 211%. Pulton demonstrated that he had a good left which he used frequently. Esa� To anyone CIGAR proving the LORD TENNYSON not to contain a Mgh grade BRESNAHAN WANTS HIS PLAYERS TO BE FIGHTERS Chicago, April 28.-Roger Bresna-ban, manager of the Toledo team, has let It be known that no 'handshaking' goes for his players. They are expected to stick out their Jaws and their ehesta every time they meet a play-j-^T on the rival teams and fight like' liluropnans In the trenches. Any player caught saying "How are you" to a member of another association team will draw a fine from Roger, it Is said. WHAT'S THE USE If a follor Grows a raoustacho Folks kid Him about All extra eyebrow And it ho doesn't They toll lilm What a largo Nose ha has SO What's the UsaT Fastest Stock Motorcycle | on the Market. BlCYCLEj REPAIRS Cheapest and Best D. E. MacDonald GUNSMITH and INDIAN MOTDRCYCLE Agent. 1107 5th Qt. S.| - Phono 1032 CAP^OIES CATARRH oC tho BLADDER reliovvd in 24 HOURS Each Cap- /""^N Eulo boars tho(MlDV immo -WSr '. Jietntra afcormterffiita^ TRY ONE AND BE CONVINCED. Makers of the Famous Noblemen Superiores and Promoter Blimfs Cigars. 95 ;