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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta WKDNKSDAY. .U'U' IU, THK LRTIIBIUDGR DAILY HERALD PAGE TIinRE reliminary Events for Camp Chiimpionahip Staged In (lie Open Calgary, July lirst bouls the preliminaries to decide the arcce Cani.ii uuxhix cliamplonshipH pulled off last evening nt Sarcei... The ring was pitched In Ihe open, urronnded by tile neighboring hills n all four sides.. There must have leen li.OOO uoldiers witnessing the onts, all seated on the mossy green rass everyone Retting a full view "I ring. All llm bouts were of a hree-romid two-minute variety, nn- A. A. U. rules. The referee was inimy Mclv'wan, who was kept real nsy in some of tho bouls. breaking ho men aparl. Surgt. Major Smith f headquarters staff and Jimmy I'otts vere the Judges. Timekeeper, I.ieut. I K. llrown, of the 2ISth "Battalion. Pte. Italic- (KlTth) vs. I'te. on. (134thi at ISF) pounds. The lirst und was Symington's by a margin. ilio came back strong and earned he decision. Pie. Cox (192nd) vs. IHc. F. K. Pen- He at 12f) pounds. Pendlc vas (he aggressor from the bell and oree'd the lighting throughout. Pte. Holmes U'.Ulh) vs. L. C. Bry nil (17ath) at 135 pounds. The bout started off at a fast pace and it was easily seen that Holmes was no matcl Bryant. Holmes quit al the lin- sh of the lirst round. I'te. Vibbard (311th) vs. L. C. Walk- er (113th) M. G. S.. at pounds Phis hont'also only went one round Vibbard receiving two hard blows on the nose making him unit In tho lirst round. Pie McDonald, vs. Pte. Pendle (1117th) at 135 pounds. The. weighed in at 135 pounds apiece.. Fondle wont right out to finish Mc- Donald In round one. scoring two knockdowns. .McDonald quit in the third round. Pie. Blake (liUst) vs. (202ud) at liili pounds. There was plenty of action in the three rounds of [his bout and the judges decision was in favor of Gee which was a popular one Pte. Lewis (137th) vs. I'te. Stick- land (151st) at 135 pounds. It was a real old time slugging match. Lew- is made Stickland quit in the second round. Private ,1. Robertson (13itlt) loft jioimds, VB. Pie. Howe. (21Sthl. 14C This bout was supposed to lie an exhibition only, as Howe relus- ed to go on because ho was outweigh- ed fully pounds. In the third round Bowe received li punch on the jaw. although many claimed he wag butted by Robertson's knee, he tell in his corner, and despite his second's urg- ing he refused to take a chance on get- ting another in the snms place. It was technically a Knock-out but be- ing an exhibition bout, 11 could liol be counled as such. NATIONAL Won Lout Irooklyn I'hiladelpliia Boston 'ittsburg York St. Louis Cincinnati 40 43 4-1 .478 .47-1 .442 Now York Cleveland Chicago Boston Washington Detroit SI. Louis Burns Hits Two Homers Cincinnati. July a 10 inning bailing rally New York look the first game of the series from Cincinnati iiere today 8 to 4. Burns made four hits, two of thei times up. New York Cincinnati AMERICAN Won Lost 41 ;jji :is H2 42 IS 51 Pel. .595 .578 .548 .547 .627 .432 id for Pi adelphia anil Aioxanuer inning run In a 2 lo 1 pitchers' runs. Ill the second game Uevelaml today. Wilted knocked Keating out of the box 111 the homo runs, in five in 0 Pan-ill. Beiiion. Srliniier. Anderson and Karlden; Kuutzer, Moseley and Win go. A Fast Performance Chicago. -Inly II.--Whitted'H fast base running In ihe seventh frame scored for Philadelphia and Alexander the winning run in battle over Laventle singled. KUile sccon............... counted on Fischer's wild throw Philadelphia.......... 2 8 II ClliWlgO.............. t ;t 1 Alexander and Killlfer; Lavender, Sen ton itnd Fischer. Wagner Scored Winning Run IMUsburg, July de- feated Boston hero today by a score ot 2. The visitors made two runs In fifth on two bases on balls and Alaranville's hit. The Pirates tied the in lh-3 seventh on two triples and a single, and won the game in ihe next inning, when Wagner singled, took second on Hinchman's sacrifice and scored on Barnes' wild pitch. ostou.............. 2 0 ittslmrg............ lt} Hushes. Barnes and Gowtiy; Kant- Baker Another Homer New York. .Inly 11. New York and Cleveland broke even on a double header here loday. Ihe home winning the first name 8 to .Macleod. July 11 (Special to tho Allie Mr.Carken has he-en transferred from Ihe Union Bank at Macleod to the Foremost branch. and Mrn. from Edmon- j ton have taken up residence In Ma-1 201 j cleod. Mr. Matheson, who is a well-; known lawyer in Edmonton, has taken over t'olin Macltiod's practice. Gco, Stacey, from Prince Albert, wan a week-end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. Huntiy. team while Cleveland won tin; second 4 to. 2. Pitcher Cullop. -.vim started the first contest, won liis ninth straight victory of tho sfiiwon. He wa.s ahead when token out in tho fourth inning for a pinch hitter. Fred Beebe. the veteran ptii'hftr. was hit hard. Baker Miss M. McLaren, of the Bank of j Commerce, is at present enjoying her holidays in Spokane. J. W. McDonald ha.s arrived safely in ihe Old Country. On Saturday afternoon at ihe Red Crows rooms the ladies of the Me-' Miodfst church gave Cleveland pticiifir. was nil nara. uaiter r.nouisi cnurcu mukiiiK a liome run with I wo on the ftl] tea. The tables were artistically bases in the first inning, and he was j decorated with choice flowers which knocked out of the tmx in the fourtl inning when New York scored .vere donated by M and Mrs. W. Shields. third inning. First Cleveland 2 New York............ S Beebe, Coumbe and Billings lop, Russell and Walters. Second Cleveland 4 New York............ LoudermUk and iJaley; fi 0 S 0 Cul- Arthur Young j The ladies who tO -J With the SCOre 4 tO .i ugiiiusi irooklyn in the sevanih and two out, i Koob and Sevcroid; HaEselbad laubert walked and Stengel knocked Williams, Sheehnn and .Murphy. homo run to deep left centre. St. jouis liad men on bases in the last wo innings but. was unable to (ally. irooklyn 5 3t. Louis............. 4 10 1 Smith, Cheney and McCarty; Mea lows, Doak and Gonzalds. 'rovidence iHitfalo Baltimore iloiUreal lichmond Toronto Newark Rochester WHITE TRIMS MAT WELLS IN 5 ROUNDS Boston, July White of Chicago defeated .Matt Wells of Eng- land tonight In the fifth round of what scheduled to he a 12-round bout, the Englishman's manager stepping into the ring and stopping the con- test to save his man further punish- ment. .Wells had Iho better of the iirsl round, bul after thai, White was plainly his superior, and in the fourth round knocked his opponenl to the floor three times. WINNIPEG HORSE CAPTURES BIG RACE AT FORT ERIE Fort El-Is, Out.. July J. Ma imported three-year-old Vai Col won the ISth renewal of the Canadian derby at Fort, IIEJrlc this afternoon. He was ridden by Joe Byrne, made-all of his own pace, and beat Phil Ungar off by haK a dozei The mile and a quarter was run in 4-f COMMERCE BALL TEAM PLAYS OLD TIMERS TONIGHT Tills evening the Commerce baseball team crosses the river io engage In a tus.sel with the Old Timer's on the Mounted police barracks grounds, llos- illities will commence at 0.45. All of the Old Timers' nine arc reiitieEted to be on hand. George Williams and Roger Lund will he retained for duty on the flrlng line for the Old Timers. Home Run Settles It St. Louis. July won he first game of Ihe series here today against Russell, Hhawkoy and Walters. One Game Apiece Philadelphia, July losing the lirst game to Si. Louis today 8 to 3, Philadelphia broke a losing streak j by defeating' the visitors in the second 'contest 3 lo 0. Wildness on the part of the home twirlers and costly errors gave St. Louis an easy victory in the first game, hi the second contest Bush held the visitors to five scatter- ed hitB and was well supported. First St. Louis............. 8 10 Philadelphia 10 her. second game Loui I al. LiUUis............. Philadelphia.......... 3 1 -j Hamilton. Groom. Weilman. Parks and Hartley; Bush and Movers. INTERNATIONAL Two Close Games Washington. July 3-1 ..32 i the box. In Hie second game Johnson never in trouble, while the locals bunched hits on Boland in one frame 5 12' Enright and Egan; Engle and On- jlow. 3rovidence............ 3 9 1 Rochester............ 01 Detroit Banmgartner and Yelle; Kirkmayer Washington and Hale. I Boland and Baltimore............ B-, 2 Ainsmith. Toronto............. S H Tipple, Crowell and McAvoy, Win- for enough runs to win. First game Detroit 4 9 0 Washington 3 .12 0 Dauss. -Cunningham and Stallage, Baker; Gallia, Ayres and Henry. Second game Baker; 1 3 Johnson ston; Herbert and McKee. Richmond McKenry and Reynolds; Goodbred NORTHWESTERN 0 Bntte............. Schmutz and Cadraan; Mcikle and Roberts. Tacoma........... Spokane Hart-man and Bartholomy; Harslad and Murray. Groat postponed, failed to arrive. McGinnity, 1 S.I 4 11 Red Sox Take Two Boston. July Red Sox de NORTHERN Winnipeg 1- 4 Superior........... 8 11 0 Donovan and Hoove; Burden and Erickson. Dulllth............... B argo..............1 S' 1 Handsehil and Wilhrow; Boardman and Bachanl. feated the White Sox n to 3 and 3 to 1 in today's double header, the victories moving the local team into third place. Six pitchers were used by the visitors during the first game, hut the lo- cals clinched victory during the third inning, when they scored four runs, two of -which were forced in by Ci- cotte. In the second contest the home team outbatted their opponents and the hitting was timely. First Chicago.............. 3 9 0 Boston 5 H 1 Danforth. Scott. Cicotte, Russell, Benz, Walsh and Schalk, Lapp; Until, foster and Cady. Thomas. Second game- Chicago Boston............. Wolfgang and S iialk; Thomas. had charge of the various tables and refreshments were: .Mrs. Andrews, Mrs. A. D. Ferguson, .Mrs. A. Young. Mrs. A. C. Freeman. Mrs. Thewlis, Mrs. Davies, Mrs. and Miss Grady, Mrs. W. Shields. Mrs. J. .McLaren, Mrs. G. Tanner. Mra. Frank Seymour, Miss Mary McDonald. Miss Pansy Briggs, Miss B. McDonald, Mrs. Jas. Yonng and Mrs. Virtue. j Miss A. McLellan received the sad intelligence of the death of her bro- kealing. (her 1Ie neen In poor health for a considerable time. Sincere sympathy is extended to Miss McLellan in her sorrow. Unveil Honor Roll The roll of honor is to be unveiled on Sunday next at the evening service of members and adherents of Christ church, Macleod. who arc serving the Empire. Rev. Gray will conduct the services and special music will be provided. The Macleod Boy Scout troop with Scoutmaster W. Whinvorth and Asst. Scoutmaster Richards, went to Calgary to attend the scont inspection by His Royal Highness, the Duke of Con- naught. Sergeant Clioale, t'orpor; 1 Cor .ett and Corporal Millar of the 131st over- seas battalion, left .Macleod on Mon- day evening for Calgary to take np a course in bayonet drill. Corporal W. O. lloodless of the machine gun section, who is attending school at Calgary, was a week-end visitor at Macleod. The many friends of Private P. V. Scott Stltton. former principal of the od public school, will be glad to earn that he has not lost his right land as was reported, but is hale and learty and is attached to the 9th Re- serve Militia in England. Slim P. Bunn. who met with a ser- ious accident at (lib Macleod Flouring Mills elevator last: week, is progress- ing very favorably. His brother from j his brother and sister and son Roy, from the States, all came to see him and are going home this week. Sam Bunn. as he is familiarly known to the farmers, came to Ma- cleod about four and a half years 'ago from North Dakota and has since been employed by Messrs. Randall, Gee and Mitchell, proprietors of the Macleod Milling Co. He Is one of the best judges of wheat in this western coun- try and has won many a bet over the grades of different wheat in the dis- trict. He is very popular with ihe farmers and a general favorite among his associates and friends, who all wish r. speedy recovery. Mrs. R. H. Billiard and her little daughter Jean, visited Lethbridge on Monday. In the parish hall on Monday even- ing the pupils of J. W. Jones gave an excellent recital. The results of the examination held in Macleod by the Toronto Conserva- tory of. Music are as follows: Junior piano, May Powell, first class honors; junior piano. Verner Trlpp; primary piano, Marlon Powell, honors; ele- mentary piano, Vivian Davies, hon- ors; introductory piano, Jean Gordon, is the largest aim in Washington broke even in n double header here today. Detroit, taking Ihe ........._ lirst game 4 to J and Wasmngton he bo to second contest 3 (o 1. The lirst game was a free hitting affair in which both JGallia and IJauss knocked oi't of i honors. All the candidates who en- aiid tered for examination were successful but perhaps special mention should be STAIES AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Milwaukee............ 7 7 3 Toledo............... 6 11 2 Faoth and Mayer; Adams and Swec- i ney. Second Milwaukee............ 4 0 1 6 Moran and Slayer; Kaiserliug and Devogt. made of liltle Jean Gordon, who had only been studying music for eight mere was a 6uuu months, and succeeded In passing the ing other than regular business ..._- ......i. transacted. The water main which is to he swung across the Elk river on wire cables is still two weeks in the fu ture and it may be August before the peoule of Fernic irlll be again first year examination with honors. All the candidates were pupils of Miss Helen G. Small, L.T.C.M. On Monday evening in the town hall a concert was given by the Macleod orchestra and the Boy Scouts assisted i Minneapolis.......... 4 Louisville............ S Bentley and Land; James, md Lalonge. I Second r !Minneapolis.......... 4 Washington, D. July i failure of amateur baseball teams ,and and Owen fans lo take an Interest in the games this year is laid at the Increasing interest in tennis, according to bee-1 relary SlmrtlelT, of the." Amateur Base-1 ball association of Secre- u IJimam-. tary Shnrtleff handles all the names of 'the players and says that there 1 new shape LIGHTWEIGHT COLLAR SAME SHAPE' IN STRIPED MADRAS jTOOKE BROS., Limited, MONTREAL 10 3 10 1 Ijiiciue 4 S 0 1 5 3 Palmero and 2 3 1 DouElas and demons; are three big reasons. And the Value it gives in long-lasting, beneficial enjoyment is a point that people appreciate. The air-tight package keeps the flavor and quality as fine as when made in the wonderful Wrigley factories. Wrilc for Hie Sprightly Spearmen's lunny Molher Goose hook. Address Wm. Wrigley Jr. Co., Ltd., Wrigley Building, Toronto, Ont. meal Two 'Flavors Mads in Canada Sealed fight C42 Mine Officials Will Make No Comment on Vote Yet (Cos-rrapED FHOM Fnoxr PAGE) moderate in their demands in thai re- No statement could be obtained from those in authority, and it would be sheer conjecture" to make any slate ment as to what the near future nia> bring about. Liberals Meet The Liberal Association of Ferule met in regular session last night and there was a good turn-out, hut noth by local talent, before a large and appreciative audience. R. T. McNichol acted as chairman. The opening sc- eclion was from the orchestra. The second item on the program was by drinking the clear snk'rkling Fare> Creek water. Some grumblers have been wonder ing why the boards of trade aloni, the Crow's Nest line have not, taken secunu iLciu un "iv- i of Ihe stopping'of the i ihe Boy Scouts. Freil Davis taking the _er train's. which are to run solo part "Keep the Home Fires Bura-1 JhrougJ to tne as soon as traf KUBBEK S1IAWL IS AX INNOVATION nig." Other items were: Solo. Miss M. Watson, "Oh. Dry Those Irish jig by Geo. Sparks with eight liltle girls, namely F.lsle Dickson. Jean Gordon, Lilian Andrews, A. McDonald, Lizzie Jackson. Irene McFarquhar, .Dorothy Lewis, E. Watson, as washer- women with their wash boards and tubs; r Tripp; solo fie is opened through by way of Hope ouverniglvt at Nelson, thus adding twelve hours to the time it will take to reach the coast cities by the new route." True, 'ihe time will he con- siderably shortened by the new sche dnle, but why a twelve hour wait at a schedule wliich permits of ire "fe'wer on Ihe books Ihis stiason I lhan in any of the past seven years. "There is so much interest in tennis this declares the secretary, "that fans or players have little time to piny baseball. There have been several first class games this season on tho White lot. In other years there would be a crowd of more than while' now hardly a corporalY. guard is on band. "Tennis" has cut the game lo the amateur baseball league will he able to go Ihrongli another'season of Ihis kind. It may be that shifl back to the diamond, hut from Ihe city. It begins to look as though baseball would be in the cold." Indianapolis....... Grincr and demons; berg and Gossett. IWnsas City....... Columbus......... Reagan and Berry; Coleman. 2 0 Willis, Falken- 5 12 1 5 1 Gilligan and hornpipe, bout, Brie George and Private Pear- IMarth Ilamlin. aged eight, 21 Sym inglon avenue. Toronto, died aflcr be- Ine struck by a rnolor truck. COAST LEAGUE San Francisco......... 11 S finlt S 7 1 Couch, Baum and Brooks; Flttcry, Piercy and Hannah. Portland............. J" 3 13 3 Kelly and Fisher; Boyd, Beer, Burns and Elliott. VernoH.............. 0 Los -I nficannicro and Spencer; Zauel, Scoggina and Boles. Private McLean; boxing Nelson? tUIJB' recitation, v ei nei n vvlill H- cuncuuie and chorus, "Good Luck to the Boys ,no icng waits at any point on the of the Allies" Terence Matlhews and new line, a very large Increase in Ihe Boy Scouls; palrioltc solo, Mr. Thow- Us; Scotch nance In costume, Miss Bglanline Fraser; solo. Master Harold Edgar; banjo selection and sailor's passenger Irafflc would result A, passenger hoarding a train at Leth bridge routed over the Crow for Vancouver, would save much valuable time, and time Is the essence of Ira- vel these days. song "choru's" "We'll Never "it would seen, that these grumblers a Tffite' cSS formed by j come an agltallon of Ihis nature. Sergt. Wilson at the Macleod high You wm feel betlcl. HVB lungei the occasional use of Rexall Ordei and boxes at Ilexall Drug Stores, the exclusive Agents. D. .Hlglnbotham Co., Limited, Drug- isenient. CATARRH BLADDER In 94HOURS Alborla Neill, eleven-year-old son of J. Neill, master mechanic C. P. R. was drowned at Kenora, Ont. Captivating beach co tume of blue tafleta tlimmed with old rose clape In a most ta teful manner No bathing costume will be complete this win mer unle the rubber shav.1 an ir, beach costumes, ana inbbei pillow, are .1 poll The hat is also most sirgular in apnearknco. ;