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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 29, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY. JULY 29, 1916 THE LETHUniDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE MM UIILII 2 for 30c neres a hot one from thij hat of OTT TT TJIC Silln HUBI-OS, whose lapse of memory WLLuii UU1-DUAC.J nlj LEONARD AT ALL POINTS IN FAST BOUT New York, July Welsh usl have possessed sill of Uic clover- ness lie 1ms iic'jrued in liis long ring experience and nntl out fought Bonny Leonard in u beautiful 10-i'ouiu) bout, at Washington Park, Brooklyn, last night. Wnlali mis In Bujior.b shape and fn Ugh tins mood. Ho not only boxed with wonderfu formed willi his curved iirins and us (Illicitly as was spent with swinging at thy gloves, or urclied el- WB Welsh would eomo out oi' his shell and strike from an unexpected angle. Leonard, the cleverest of youngsters, did not appear eleven last night. From the fouri.h round on tlie star He not only boxed with wonderful wano. Persistently cunning, hut he sent in several blows Ht ByeH. BiftVFa that .shot the young Harlemite's liead back .and worried him considerably. Leonard entered the a con- fident mien. The hist time llifi met Welsh ho out pointed the champion nnd'all hut took his title from him. Last, night many believed he would come out of .the ring the. lightweight champion nut Leonard got. something of a shock in the very first round. Welsh with a soil of surly grin waltz- ed right, up to him and begun to force things round after round, and the con- fident smile ol" Leonard dwindled, while the surly grin of Welsh widened. In the second round it was apparent to the confident contender that the old champion retained not only all of his consummate cunning and his judg- ment of distance but he had lots of his formal' vigor behind. In .contrast to the last meeting. Welsh became the aggressor and a relentless one. Leonard's hardest tyowra glanced off the shell likp defence the veteran all understanding. said Sam, pawing thy air, "It was 'way back in tho time when viols on the Sham- rock grounds as numerous as the caused by that little shrimp Carvel from New Hrunswick. The had blood 'twixt Ihe Irish and the Orangeman when the Torohtoa played was terrible. It looked like several pints -might spilled. ''Don't, fetch your team to Mont- real; there's trouble ahead; for (.I------'s keep them at home." wired I lie Shamrock manager. "What 1 do? Tell me, what would sain Hughes do in such a conlingenry? 1 put it nji to i, Kitchener. I hopped to the had no secretary anil sent the j .j, following: 'I will have my team on Ihe. field at three o'clock. That A new full statcbed light weight tape much smarter than A soft collar TOOKE COLLARS Admitted the best best fitting in quality Canada TOOKE BROS.. LIMITED MONTREAL had no great i'orce "out thoy annoyed 'and plagued Leonard. They Tantalized j the young contender into swinging i wildly and every time he swung and iiilHsed he another stab from tho champion's left. In tho sixth round it looked as though popular judgment was doomed t0 a shock. Welsh caught Leonard with a right hook to t.he jaw that all but knocked the strapping Harlemite from his pins. Again in the seventh Shamrock crowd elin't scan; me worth :i cent.1 "Tliere ever, and UH 1 lot of trouble, walking to tiie lad that did not clubhouse will. come u'j to my shoulder, a great big Irishman made a pass at. him." There was a hush, what would Sam Hughes do in such LAWN BOWLING anil in the eighth Welsh landed IJush t There has 'been an exceptional In- terest taken in the game of lawn bowls during thu past week on the Gait Garden greens. The single champion- ship cup competition has created do? Why" gentolmen. I [keen rivalry amongst those '20 odd knocked him a cltv ijlnr.R and went on I raen who are all anxious to annex Ihe mv way rejoicing" n.ew Bllvcr omhlem "f the best -i d____n "ood story" re- single jawn bowler in Southern Al- uiavked "the line Irishman, jiuimie .There !ma_beeu soiiw great snr- Murphy, with a broad grin, imme but if i vnaes for the different contestants m Murphy, wllll a oroaa grm, IIIIL u u.o U.B............. monlory .servos mo right. Jack Mas- {these games. Many a good player with rights on the jaw that jarred ,ain of ,B.UI1 going down to this year's beginner. As Benny. Leonard realized tnai ne was ,lv mav absure von as an man entered Jrtis about gamer, fighting one of tlie cleverest boxers, in the world. BASEBALL SCORES NATIONAL AMERICAN Brooklyn Philadelphia Boston Chicago Xen- York St.1 Louis PiltslMirR Cincinnati II 41. IIS 3S .17 an SI assure yon, as an man entered !.an nlioiit gamer, player that no visitinsjio lilay there remains a great nil- the world. Ilireraan so to speak, over hit a I certainty as to the final result, which In the lust two rounds Benny aband. i pluyor and got away with I makes the games very interesting, oiled all attempts to outbox the masterjhis i So far. Lucky Scott leads in the of the science and feinted and danced i 4.u] never spoke a truer: number of games won. Livie, Ward, around looking foi a chance to send j vvm.d Aml so hall gam Hughes per- Mcllvena, being well up in the win- over one blow that might bring him i thi'i miracle some Ihirty ning column. Next week should see the title with unlimited possibilities W0uld nave beeu no tills contest well on its way, and on 'Minister or Militia, no half-baked its completion the liuclianan Scotch Doubles will .be the chief attraction to tlie lawn bowlers. The draws for this event will be announced early in tlie week, and beginning next Monday each flays games will be announced so that all players will have a chance to get in all their games before next Saturday. in monov and prestige. fuse investigation, nothing but a bead stone down in the nuiet Lindsay church yard, commencing, "Sacred to j the memory." Now York I Boston j Cleveland .48-1 Chicago .482 j Detroit .4T.7 j Washington .447 St. Louis .418 i Philadelphia League Leaders Win Chicago, July by Bclialk and Murphy coupled with opportune -......-.......-i hitting by the Yankees 'and Shawkey's Piltsburg, it to "1. Hener was effective great pitching enabled the league after the. lirst inning. Piltsburg.......... Philadelphia......... Jacobs Drives Out Philadelphia, July drove Jacobs off the rubber in the second inning today and won from Giants Won in 10 leaders to make it two.straight from 0 0 I Chicago today, a to S. Elmer. Miller 10 3 j rejoined tlie ranks today and made three bits, driving in two of. the vis- New York, .Inly Vovk won ten .inning game from Cincinnati itors runs. New Turk Chicago Makes It Four Straight Detroit, July took to- uolli ol uincinnuLi H i ,ni.ti ijeuun, -imj ars by lleiv.og iilaced the runners j day's game from Washington. to 0, Imnci-NoW York then won on a making it four straight victories over today by a J score, of. 3 lo 3. Wild pitches by Bentou were responsible tor bolb "of Cincinnati's runs after errors by lleiv.og wild pitch. Burns opened the 10th with Nationals. All of .Detroit's runa a single. Clarke fum.bler Doyle's sac-! Were scored on sacrifice flies. Tilice bunt.and then threw it Burns j Washington........... 0. 7- going to third and scoring Kchiil- j Detroit S- 0 tz's "wild pilch. Cincinnati 7 j Cleveland Drops Another New York L. S 7 3i Cleveland. July made it j three out of four from Cleveland today 3.In 4 for Brooklyn winning 3 to 2. every game uf the Brooklyn, July made merles being dtcidvd bj one rn i It three qnt..of four today over St. Boston I.ouia pvorcpmiug a fi run lead anil CIp eland u winning 9 to n-_ I Iprnaby aiid Olson i .made three hits each while Hous- j Clean Sweep for St: Louis tone's catch off Reseller doubling up st. Louis. July Louis made Toronto, July all or.t could hear in local baseball circles during the week end was the splendid1 achievement of.Urban Shocker of the Leafs. Shocker held Roc f .er l-r> HC rims and ho hits in ele'Cn innings and gave only one walk. This is a record for the and in fact for Class AA bascba'l. According to fhe record books there is only one otiiej- performance which equals BRITISH HONOR BRAVE FRENCH O.IRL Shocke 1910, Wormwood of the Fall Itivei-team. of j the New England league, beat Wor- cester in eleven innings without al- lowin" a hit or a run. Before the same it was reported I Paris, July a cere uiony In the British here, Fmilienne Moreau, "tilt; heroine of aged 18; was ;i csciited AMbaasador Bertie with P.ritish lurilai for bravery on the licit! of liai tie and at. Uie personal request of General Sir Douglas Haig, tom-man- der-in-chief of the British forces in France, with the prder of. St. John of Jerusalem. Miss already has the French war cross. The .decorations are in recognition of the girl's con- duct during the fighting at Loos when ;he refused shelter in a cave and for 14 hours tended the wounded under ire.. St Louis Brooklyn 5 Boston Takes Final Game Boston Takes l-inai name costU Boston. July defeated Chicago 2 in the linal game of tlie gt j ouis series here today Nchf might have hadi with Plilltdelplua In wmmn0 S to 6 i today. Sheehau pitched a sond game I but errors by his teani mates -were cost I, Chi. a shut out to his credit but for Mar- error in the fifth, the run ner eventually scoring. Chicago 1 B 'Boston.............. 11 S Tennis Toutiiey There will-take place at the courts of tho Lethiwage Tennis club, bar- rai.-ks groilndH. on Monday al. G o'clock in tile evening, a match between eight picked men ..players from tho church tenniS :-clnb3: arid eight men players INTERNATIONAL First Game Second Game Toronto, 3; I ochester 4 "Montreal 10 Newark. Baltimore, postponed until tomorrow Providence, Richmond, rain. Two games tomoriou i AMERICAN 'ASSOCIATION St. Paul, from the. city eiilb. The following arc i im Minneapolis. T; Kansas City Indianapolis, the New York Americans. "He won't go until we say so." said Man- ager Joe Birmingham, "and there is no chance of our losing him for three weeks at least." Shocker showed wonderful control of his spitter and fast ball against the Hustlers, and so. well did he pitch that not one of the Toronto fielders was called upon to extend himself to iccept a chance. Toronto is now tramping on Buft- alo's heels for the leadership of the International league. BIG LABOR DAY SPORT AT CALGARY Calgary, July Shaw, and I Lieut. Todd, representing the sports 'committee of the Sarcse camp, co.i- eyed the oflicial information to the executive of 'the Trades and Labor council and executive of the Sports- men's Patriotic association last night that the soldiers would jianiijpate.'n lirge numbers in the Laiior Day sports. This assures Calgarians oflhe opportunity of watching what-will in all probability be the greatest athletic meet ever held in Western Canada, special vote of thanks was pas- Louisville. noitnoned sed to Bris.-Gen. Uruikshank and_thli, postponed, to the D.o.C. in to represent Jlie city courts: lIcArtiiur, Robertson, Chimey. Jackson, Harman, Higinbotha'm, Stppford, and Laylon. The church' clubs will represented by M. Dmiworth. L. Dunsworth, Hurl ray.'Aird. RawbrtlK Guess, Wesley and Clarke. All ihc players are requested to he at the grounds sharp at six o'clock. Doubles only will-be played. Balls will be supplied by tho city cTmrta. other %ames scheduled NORTHWESTERN Treat I alls 2 B Snokano, 2; Butte, 7; Tacoma, G. MUTUAL WELL WISHERS Paris, July President Poin- carn of France mid Emperor Nicholas or Russia today cxcln iBi'.l ti-ie'-'ran." of congratulations on lii" tapture n> the Russians of Ihe Turkish fortros" of Rmngp.ll. PACIFIC COAST Vernon. 'J: Salt Lake, 2l Los Angeles, 6. San Fi tnciso 7 Portland 1 Winnipeg, 11. Superior, 1; Duliitb, 2. NEW CASES OF'DREAD lulv lie 24 horns emlnii, (it 10 oclocl 'his noin ing there were I M tases ot rfan Itilp pitaljsls fatilitns tiom BRETON ARROWr COLLAR POINTS WORN FLAT OR ROLLER OUTWARD ithe disease reported in the ti'-'o uor- oughs of New VorU city. QUEBEC BRIDGE Ottawa, July is expected that before the snow flies the Quebec .bridge, M'hlch has cost to date 000 and 04 "'is proceeding rupidly on the tfreat central auan Jnti U it is BUC cessfnlly floated Into position as h expected some time this autumn work will be and ready for .traffic. Have you sn oked cigars lately7 Nobleman w i e co regular form by Secretary Young, of the Trades and Labor council. COAST CONSERVATIVES SELECT CANDIDATES FOR LEGISLATURE Vancouver. July H. B. Jla- gowan. Walter Leek, Thomas Duke, Dr. W. A. MacOuire, C. E. Tisdall and Premier Dowser were nominated as candidates at the Conservative con- vention tonight. All were on the old ticket with the exception of Hon. Dr. MacGuire. who takes the place ot D. W. Welsh, resigned. Victoria, B. C., July Alex. Stewart and Messrs. Hayward, Tail and Dilworth were nominated tonight by the Conservative, convention as candidates for general election GLANDERS STAMPED OUT July serious out- country near Bengough, Sask., has been stamped out, Dominion health of animals officials announced today. Thirty horses were shot. The disease came in with a iband of fifty horses imported from United States. Tito orgiinlzulion and develoiimunt nf this institution must be based upon and be intimately related to not only tlie existing educational system, but also to the commercial ami industrial situation. One of the lirsl duties of Ihe principal and his staff must be, therefore, that of making a careful study or survey of the educational sit- uation and of the educational needs ofi the Industrial and commercial holds in order that each school within tiie institute may be organized in such a way as to render the grcatesi possible service. Two large groups will he entering the economic field within tlie next few years. (1) the returned soldier group and (2) the maturing youth group. While the first looms most largely in the consciousness of the public at tlie present time, and must be given every possible consideration, the latter will be'with us always and the permanent organization of tho institute must be based upon the needs of this group. From the points of view of (1) the returned soldier problem. (2) the edu- cation anil placement of the maturing youth of the province. (3) the needed adjustments in the educational system and the development of the institutfi of technology, and (4) the commercial and industrial adjustments and devel- opments of the future in the province, it is important that a careful pre-vo- cational and industrial survey of the province be made at the earliest pos- sible date. The minister of education has decid- ed, therefore, that for the. first year the staff of the Institute of Technology will be charged with the following responsibilities: (1) The making of a careful pre-vo- catlonal survey of the hoys and girls in the province between the ages of 14 and IS; whether in attendance at school or not, with a view to vocation- al guidance and educational adjust- ments. (2) The making of a careful Indus- trial survey of the Province with the assistance and co-operation of the var- ious departments of the government, the local school and municipal author- ities, and the commercial and indus- trial organizations of the province. (3) Co-operating with the military hospitals commission in the re-train- ing of disabled soldiers, and, as far as may be, in the supplementary train- ing of returned soldiers, whether dis- abled or not, who desire technical in- struction. The.organization of the depart- ment of mining in the institute on the basis of the need as found in the ex- of the past two years in de- h eloping lachmcaKinstruction ill the centres: L__ (5) The-urpYisiou oi sucn i.uuiirj-n the school.of tho Institute as the limited b .111 of the first year mav. be able to provide over unU' above those 'mvoii ul m Ihe o'f returned soldiers: The .provision- of special classes for teachers in technical subjects in Dalgary, and where feasible, the organ- zation a.nd supervision ot similar spec- al classes' in' the other cities of the province. (7) Developing.lines of connection for the Institute with a view to its further, organization in the autumn of 1917. (8) Arranging for the services of adequately qualified specialists to take charge -of the various branches of instruction that such development may require. (0) Designing and making in the In- stitute itself much of the special equip- ment and ftirnishings needed for tlie various departments. (10) Selecting and making the nec- essary arrangements for securing the :quipment and apparatus needed which cannot be-made< or. sRCured locally. VINOLIA Tooth Paste The regular daily use of Royal Viuolia Tooth Paste perfect dentifrice keeps the whole mouth clean. Its antiseptic properties make short work of the enamel destroying bacteria. It keeps the guius red and healthy. It gives the dentist less to do. At All Druggists end Stores 25c. Another ffiennen triumph! FIRST- Talcui a world-famed alcum a newer and better Shaving now an ideal Dentifrice well worthy of the House of Mennen. Mennen'3 is an antiseptic, lujree- ably flavored toothpaete. It does not scour this but by gentle action and emulsifyiBg; process cleanses and polishes. (Many tooth preparations simply scour lie teeth, thus injuring tbe enamel.) Art for the next FATAL RAILWAY ACCIDENT Winipeg, Man.. July (Jeo. Qcncrneux died at.the St. Boniface hospital as the result of Injuries sus taincd when the wagon in which she was riding was struck by a Canadian Northern railway 'freight train near La Broequerle, yesterday afternoon. The daughter of the deceased, Mme. rdouard of Chicago, who was visiting hei mother lies in 8t Boni face hospital with a fractured collar bone and dislocated shoulder. At Tftur If do not find ft rwdUy. MBd ifie. icd we will icnrf 7Mi to cMfele yw to give thli Bthorouzh trial. Write toMr. Selling for Ctntdn HAROLD F. RITCHIE CO. LIMITED Otpt. 10L Stfitt Toronto Dodge Bros. Motor Car It Speaks for Itself Be Sure You See This Car Before You Make Your Final Price F- P- B- Agents for Famous PENNSYLVANIA VACUUM CUP TIRES. AUTO LIVERY ;with Dodge Car THE EASIEST RIDING CAR IN THE CITY, FORD REPAIRS A SPECIALTY, Plume STANDARD GARAGE THIRD STREET SOUTH, 2NHBLOCK WEST ALEXANDRA HOTEL Herald Want Ad Will Rent Your House AN UNUSUAL CASE Chicago, July Irene, a year-old child, motherhood ot 'which has been claimed by two women, was awarded to' the Canadian girl, -Mar- garet by Judge Laudis in tlie federal district court here today.. BARONS (From "Our Own Correspondent.) Barons. July crop situa- tion for the most part continues to be favorable. The Heavy rain of last week came in help the gram sown on last year's stubble. On Monday we were visited by a slight hail storm which did some damage some farmers reporting a damage as high as thirty-five per cent though fortunately the area 'effected. is; quite of harvest-help is the of many and it is'hoped soldiers "will he given leave of absence to assist with this ,work.i; -i Dr. and Mrs. W. B. Wallwln and, family have returned from their visit to Toronto-and other points iir On- tario. Mrs. Ji A. ,Gow is visiting, her par- ents In Manitou'a. Messrs. Delaney and Rogers are. now conducting the hardware busi- ness purchased from1 J. R. Warnock. On Tuesday, Clarence, the young son of Mr. and Mrs'. Sam Burns, while driving a water' tank, was thrown from the seat and. .sustained a frac- ture of his arm In three places. The little fellow 'was' hurried by car to the Lethbridge hospital and is doing as well as can be expected. Walt. Hatfield lias returned to town and has taken the position as mana- ger of the Lumber yard. i J. Corn who has been a teacher j In our school-tor a year and a half! left last week for AMerson.- where be j has secured a school and a home- stead anil intends teach.- v The Lethbridge 113th Overseas Batt, C.E.F. 100 MEN WANTED To Complete Establishment Your chance to DO YOUR BIT Apply at once -Recruiting Office, 604 3rd Ave., S. i Eventually You'll Drink Fowler's Grape Cider Whv Not NOW R. L Fowler Co. ;