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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 14, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE THREE WEDNESDAY, Jl'NK I I, Miss lijurslcdt Easily Retains Her Title of Lawn Tennis Champion Seven Extra Innings and Game Between Reds and Braves Ended in a Runless Tie Philadelphia, .Juiio Ujnr- Btudt of .Norway, rotulnod hor Uttu of woman tennis champion of tho United .Status by tlefoaLlng Mrs. Edward. Hay- inotul of New York in llio challenge round of Hie women'it nutibnal luwr. tennis tournament todiiy and added itnothor championship IK her ulretuly long list of tennis honors by captur- ing tho women's imtlonnl doubles title, paired with Mlaa Eleanor Scars of Boston. In singles Miss BjouratedL do- f on ted Mrs. Ituyrooiul 6-0, 0-1. It WRH the auortuBt challenge) round match ever played in the 31 years of UK; nii- tloual tournament. Tins players were on the courts less than half tin hour and the o.oiitost Hsolf lasted exactly minutes. Mrs. Raymond won only one game in the two seta, and only three of the 13 games went to deuce. Points summary; First set: Miss Bjurstedt ........US G Mrs. Hayanond.........213 0 Second sot: Miss Bjurstedt -135 -14-1 6 Mrs. Raymond 122 1 Miss BJuratedt and Alias Bears de- feated" Mrs. Haymond and Miss Edna Wlldoy or New Yurk in the final round of doubles after a hard taught con- tent. The at-oro was 1U-S. jiTlss WHdey put iip a wonderful game and her all-around work was tho fea- ture of the matob. Miss Sears also shared lu the mixed doubles title, she and Willis 13. Davis of California winning- the final match in that event from MisK Florence Bai- lie, New York, and W. T. Tilden, Jr., Philadelphia, 8-4, 7-5. Miss Bjurstedt now holds the wom- an's national, Qlay court, indoor, met- ropolitan and Pennsylvania and east- ern states championships in singles j And shares the doubles title In all, In addition to having won a large num- ber of country club and Invitation (oiirnftinenta. NATIONAL Won Hrooklvu Philadelphia AMERICAN Won York Chicago PHtsburg St.. Louis 20 20 21 JIM) .4-14 .42u !St. Louis 'Pfilludclphfa oti Sixteen Innings to Tie itwi, June a suction had been lined in draining the diamond, following a heavy downpour of rain today, Cincinnati and Boston played for If! innings, neither team being able to score and darkness York finally neceasitatod culling the game, j Detroit.............. ii ;i i: Tonoy and Schneider held the Hraves Tullop and Walters; Uiimiltnn and American Legion, 191st and Bantams All Here, us WcU as The Kilties Though recruiting in thf- city HO brisk as tins roiTiiiUn t-ers would like to find it. a fe Koep coming forward nvnry da g olli- men sign on with one or move of ilm four u- wnv .actively engaged in filling up their ranks. Within thn past. Ihrec weeks rlie Kilties have taken on -Ifi men and sent them to Calgary. This is an a-vorase of two a day. Tim bat- talion has already taken on more than I Uio required number of men but }charges iiuil other reasons have thin- :1 down the ranks until about 100 to throe liitB. Cincinnati's hits were numerous, but they were well scat- tered and the Braves were strong de- fensively. With three on bases arid in ilic third inning and made enough runs off him to win from Chicago. to '1. The big pitcher made a gallant two out In the 12th Clarke, butting j Washington drove him from the slab for Toney, drove a terrific liner which Rudolph caught, with his bare hand. Cincinnati..........'.. 0 12 2 Boston 0 3 3 fanning Judge and Milan in the Toney. Schnolder and bill Morgan's walk and Foster's dolph. Hughes and Tragrcssor, Gowdy Pfetfer and Daubert Did It Brooklyn, June held St. Yankees Stopped Tigers .Oeti'oit. June eighth inning rally in which they scored three runs. isavu Xew York a-4 to 2 victory over are needed. Cnininissionor Detroit today. 1'iitil today's game thu Gnu.ej who Wa3 jn Calgary the other hovtin siraight. [IaVi Hlaies that the Kilties arc looked upon as one ot the best battalions now at Sarcee. They arc a unit of strapping big fellows, and put up a good appearance. They are also con- sidered one of the best disciplined lot of men there, their good behavior having besn .remarked upon. Ttie two bands parade the down town district every clay and a fine class of recruits are. being secured to fill up the gaps. When the J3th O. M. R. departs the JlSih will be the-senior battalion hi Alberta. Seven men have already been sent Sianagc. Big Ed. Didn't Last Chicago. -June Walali tempted ti JiMfi "comeback" today, out double gave Washington a run in the second, and Harper's two-bagger, two singles and a wild throw by Ness gave Louis to two hits today which, with the Senators two more in the tl Daubert's good baiting, enabled Brook-'whereupon Russell succeeded Walsh. lyn to win by a score of 3 to 1. .Long j Washington.......... :i 1 V made a fioratch hit In the fourth inn-j Chicago.............: 2 1 ing, and in the ninth, after the side! Harper and Henry; Walsh. Rnssel! Wolfgang and Schalk. Speaker a Three-Bagger Cleveland, June to- day made it four straight from Phila- delphia, knocking Myers from the hi nd again and wi'nning, 11 to '2. Bagby j was effective after the first inning, should have been retired. Hornsby made the second Int. In the other auiiiKs St. Louis was retired in order. St. Louis ___ 1 2 4 Brooklyn...... 3 1 Meadows dnd Snyder; Pfeffer Meyers. from Lethbridge to lltlst Macleod battalion, which is making good head- way. The local recruiting ofiicers of the unit lire anxious to get good men from Letbbridge. They realize that the town has been pretty thoroughly combed hut the reputation of the 191st" for getting, a bunch of fighters is helping some and prospects are very good. Tho battalion !s taking on men la" at the rate of about a day. IOX The Perfect Gum in the Perfect Package Sealed right New York, June Dun- dee, the fiery Italian lightweight, won a close deui.Kion over Benny Leonard the Harlem boxer, in a ten-round bout here tonight. Leonard made Dundee miss and flounder p. number of times during the bout. Leonard, with his better knuwietige of finer1 points of the Two men, Russell J. Coolin and Marry Cooper, have been sent out re-1 _, eently by-Corp. Li'dner. for the 143rd Giants Easy Victims Spanker's triple with the bases filled -headquarters at Victoria.! New York. June made fin the third was a feature. Several men went from Lethbridge it two out of three from New York (Philadelphia.......... s lust winter for the Bantam? and there j today, winning the last game of the i Cleveland............11 15 n geve'rflj prospects here yet. The] series by a score of 5 to 2. ..The Cubs j livers, Nabors and Sebang, Murphy; fellows are migbiy popular at again batted the New York ;ind O'Neiil. Billings. (.oas, aml tnejr training camp is nil over the field. A freak feature of j Ruth Repeats Stunt ong Qf tlie The ,nsljuctive badge the game was that Chicago made five 3t. Louis. defeated lhe js -A bantam rooster. clean outfield hits in the fourth liu.fngjSl. Louis today to 3. The visitors jAf, Alberta company is being 'raised. and scored only one run. gained an early lead at the expense irrhe now has over 700 men i Chicago.............. ii Ifi Oiof Davenport, who was wild. lHe The locnl remiiting Of-1 New York............ 2 S 1 who yesterday tied the score for is with the Knties in the old Me- Vaughn and Fischer, Archer; Ben- lion by driving one over the right fteld stand. ton, Stroud and Rarlden. i fence with two on bases, contributed TIIG American Legion is still reuruit- Philllst Defeat Pirates (another in the sa'nuj place today. He jjn jjllt theiroflice is now in the Philadelphia, June i drove In a run with a single in the 'Grain Co. office. Hull block, again defeated Pfttahurg today, leapt. JIcGIll has gone to Sarcee bin score being 5 to 3. Miller was knocked i Boston.............. 5 H jeft a man ;n charge and recruits is sealed that's the thing I like about it. No matter when or where I buy it, the flavor is there full strength, and it's fresh and clean. So I always make sure to get Wrigley's in sealed package it's the greatest five cents' worth of beneficial enjoy- ment I can buy. Write Win. Wrigley Jr. Co. Ltd., AVrigley Building, Toruntu, for free jingle book by the Spearmen. off the rubber by the home team in'Si. Louis game, kept his opponent puzzled jputsburg........'. 10 S times, but Dundee kept on j Philadelphia.......... 5 1 arid forced Benny time and again to Miller. Adams Wilson; Dernaree, retreat under flrn. j Bender and Burns. the bout ended Dundee ap-1 INTERNATIONAL Rochester _.'.... I) Buffalo.............. 7 Hersche.and Casey.; Cooper and Onslow. Baltimore Richmond Morrissette four Innings, and Adams did good- Ruth and Thomas; Davenport, Koob, work until the eighth when Niehoff's F1'richer. Baumgartner- and double, Stock's bunt which Adams i Hartley, Chapman. _ threw to third too late to catch Nie- hoff, Cravath's out and Wbitted's sue- j rifice, scoring two runs, winning the I game. for the. Legion will be accepted any pea red as fresh as when be begi while Leonard was plainly tired. fflffl ID PWY BULL Canadian Casualties MATCH IS OFF Cluraeo, June to tel- egrams received here by Charley White. Chicago-lightweight, the bout between the local fighter and Freddie Welsh for the world's lightweight title, which was to have been held at Buenos Aires this summer, has been definitely canceled. No reason was given for the cancelation. and McAvoy; iphrics and Reynolds. t Montreal............. 4 'Toronto t> Ottawa, addition-j ;1 names of officers wounded received iv Uie militia department this morn-1 ng brings the total number of cas- j laities amain; the ofiicers since the t 111 taken un the gauntlet and n meeting J beginning of "the battle of Sanctuary been'arranged for Friday even- Wood up to 320. t! ing at the police barracks, at NO word has yet. been received al ".JAM the old timers who have played j the department in regard to the re- the former games are requested to j CGnt successful ofiensive on the part i The old timers" baseball club have beeii challenged again by the High School team. The old timers have meetin: Chew it after every meal Fnllsrton and Wells; Manning and be on .deck for the killing. M A team called the "Hustlers" com- j I posed of Messrs. Bond. Williams, ,.Mc- McKee. Newark-Providence, postponed. Dime Day for the LO.D.E. in Leth- grounds. on Saturday to help the sol-j (Hers at the front. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Indianapolis.......... 4 S Minneapolis 15 FOR INTERCHURCH TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIP The tennis clubs of St. Aug- ustin's and Wesley church are having a tennis match tonight. 'Air members, nro asked to meet nt'rhe V. M. C. A. at 6.15 p.m. This 'will be the first meeting to decide the intercliurch lawn t'qnnis championship of the city. Aldridge Schang; jley and Owens. Columbus....., Phee et al. have sent a defi to the old timers, wh ich has also been ac- cepted. This tilt is slated Cor next Wednesday evening at the barracks. the Canadian forces which, accord- ing to press cablegrams resulted in t'ueir regaining tiie ground lost a week ago. Particulars relating to this en- sagSpiRnt are expected by tonight orj Thursday. If there are ar.y other aggregations The list received today is as t'ol- What the Press Agents Say dental discharge of a shotgun; of yoinig bucks in the city who would care to learn a few of the fine points of baseball flic old timers would .be I only too glad to accommodate them. Davis and Pratt, Coleman; TRIGGER AND TRAP ford and'Mayer. A 7 12 Louisville 1 Finnerun, Douglas, and .Cloinotis. Land; Palmero, Mo ran .am) 15c each t_: 2 FOR 30c, Atk your dealer Starched and light veight A NOVELTY IN TOOKE COLLARS Admitted tKe best quality and best fitting in Canada TOOKE BROS.. LIMITED MONTREAL SANtAt MIDY oftfe BLADDER relieved in 24 HOURS Toledo......... 11 17 1 Kansas City fi 1L-, Bedient and Sweeney; Sanders, Humphries and Berry. COAST LEAGUE Salt Lake............ 2 11 1 Oakland ti 9 0 Hall, Kellogg, Hughes and Hannah; Prough and Elliott. San Francisco......... 2 0 Los Angeles "3 5 2 Olilhom and S.epulvcda; Standridgc and Boles Vernon.............. ii n 4 Portland fi l? Decanniere and Spencer; Sothoron and Hoche. The Gun Club will shoot at the traps this evening. All interested in this sport are invited. Special squads are formed for beginners and slow "easy- to-hit" targets are thrown; WELSH AND LEONARD ARE MATCHED AGAIN Xeiv York.. June Leon- ard, -who received the uuaninious newspaper verdict mi his last bout with Lightweight Champion Freddie Welsh, has :heen matched to meet Welsh in a 10-ronnd bout here on June 15. it was announced today. The uifi'j will make 435 pounds at two o'clock. Tliis is Hie second time this match has been mado. At the Orphcuni and shell Lieut- G. DeC. O'Grady, western Can. j For tonight a splendid picture pro June Major G. H. j gram has been -provided at the Or- NVilkinaon, -Western Ontario; Capt. j phcum A T. Thomson, Alberta and Lieut G. j Commencing tomorrow a fine hill of i seventeenth century. C. Parish, Halifax. N.S. vaudeville will be provided. will L. il.! include Adolphe; versatile accordeon- Douglas; Lieut. G. E. Walsh; "Lieut, j ist, ilack and'Williams, singi.ig and C. Al. Mosher, Halifax, N. .S.: "Lieut, j dancing. Wilsoa-and Wilson, corned trasf to them is Jocelyn Leigh, a -Mrrank Green, son of Thos. tiful lady of the English court Port Nelson, near Burlington, was has-fled, to Virginia to escape .from jnstamlv killed bv the acci, the prospects of an unhappy marriage. I She marries Captain. Percy, a Vir- j ginia.settler, whose right to her hand is challenged by Lord Carnal, who has followed her from England. The play is full of interesting and' drii- j matic scenes, and shows ail exact replica'of the old Spanish -galleons which -sailed the Spanish the] G. D. White, brigade machine gun company: Lieut. A. J. Hudson, Pion- eer Battalion. Wounded slightly, and at j Lieut. E. F. Pinkbam, Calgary. j Wounded Capt. .11. S. Edwards, Winnipeg, Man.; Capt. E. W. Bickle, 150th Highlanders i reported wounded ians. Great Santell Co.. world's fore- most 'athletes and seven reels of pic- tures. AI the Empress Tonight fU tht1 Empress Hohart Bosworth OQ seen in a "Red June 4th, should have beon reported feather feature entitled 'JThe Tar- shock'.l; Lieut. G. There will also be good picture? Violet ifersereau, the newest Bine- bird star, :wiir appear iu the charac- ter of ti young.girl, steeped in crime, who has been .arrested for picking pockets, and her reformation is "The Great Problem." title of the feature to be seen tit the Empress on Friday and Saturday Hotels Undecided 'Whati Course to Follow (CONTINUED vitou ftosi PAGE) Rutter, 4th C.M.R. battalion (reported June (i 'died of wounds' 'should have SEND FOOD 2 7 J no van ami NORTHERN Port I Winnipeg Cumminga and Agnew; Doi Moore. Superior 2 5 1 Virginia........'.'. 3 G 1 Burton and Erickson; Doyle and Buster. Fargo-IJuIuth postponed, account of wet grounds. CANADIAN HORSES VICTORIOUS j Cleveland, June own- led horses, Chilcotte. the Bcavel- and 1 Hay Spring, won three events, the trot, respectively, at paee and pace the opening of the Lake Erie ami Ohio circuit racing sea- )ui May Starve If Left to German Mercy (From a British Daily) Replying to a question in the House of Commons, Mr. Tennant said that on he had stated that the au- thorized scale of rations for British The new Arlington is, now a .dry hotel and has benii: running as such for sometime. There is little doubt that it will continue to do so. The hotel proprietors state that j there is not too much- first class ac- i conimodation now for the travelling public and the readjustment will Iik6; fly result In most of the.-better class hotels remaining open, though with some changes in .management. If the question of selling Iwp were settled favorably for them, there seems to be little .iloubt thntniaiiy o'f- the bars would remain ;open for serr-' son .it the Cranwood track today. Humnnries: 1st: Hoso, Joseph H., I-Ird. Beaver, 1st: Al ..risohor, In.Gennany was carried out ca- the very generally. Since then he had re-' ceived further information from re- turned prisoners which did not cor. FF Fir SiFiris idea the advanced being nLrf P for ood it committed There has been arrang- great moral of the him through live acts of jreat Falln........... 1 7 Spokane 11 13 Ehigle. Hoche and Haworth; No and Sbeely. Seattle 3 fi Ta'.'oma 2 fi Mclvor, Rowc and Cadman; Fehli nd Roborts, 'aucouver............ S, 9 Butte.............. I 3 j Wilkcs, 2nd; Kate McKinnery 3rd; Altn- Besl firm the statement lie made; but. on I the contrary, showed that the German Ormonde scale was, hi fact, disregarded, with serious consequences to the' prisoners. He wotiirt therefore like to take the opportunity of correcting his previous Host I Spring, 1st; Black Wreath, 3rd. 11 RESTA AND DE PALMA TO RACE t Chicago. June Resta arid 1 i Palpli Do Valma, who fought a close ai j race yesterday for first place in uie second annual International Auloiho- lle Derby, today, signed papers for a Acoota and Chock; Lelfor. Heiidrix and All.man. l race between themselves next Sunday answer, and he was advised that if It had not been for the parcels of food sent .to t.hc men from this' country tliey would in many instances have been starved; He did not think, there- fore, that there should be any relaxa- tion of the efforts which have been inade, and which .were being made, to send relief to the prisoners. Colonel he not think the time baa arrived when something should be done to German prisoners here? At Starlaiul Stailands pajionfe nit assured of a splendid entertainment tonight and to- morrow, .when the beautiful and 'ac- complished act) ess Mae Murray, will appear in a splendid Labkv pieturtKit- tion of. Mary Johnston's widely read novel, "To Have and To Hold." Tho .scene of the pjay is .laid around James town, and'the characters are Hie rough and ready English settlers of the early 17th century. In con- jcided as to what course to follow. :Most of them say "wait but all are satisfied to accept the verdict of tho people and baiitsli the sale of liquor. What attractions will take the place of the bar remain to be ivcrked out alter Ju'.y 1st, INDIANS ENLIST IN THE 192nd AT BLAIRMORE Blairmore, June 0. Capt. J. A, Donald. who has been recruiting on the Indian reservations around Brocket, AHa.. has secured the enlistment -ot" bers to give grave consideration to the effect which. .might produced by any such course. If tho Germans choose to treat our in the (t Speedway park. The distant e is set (fjrleq and "Hear, way can It he argued that Tor three heats of 10, 24 and 50 mllei. Mr, Tennant. I appeal to hon. mem- we should do as the do4 (Hear, hear.) from 2 cents to 25 cents about 20 Indians for the ranks of the 192nd battalion. This will .bring the number of the battalion up_to or over the 500 mark. INCREASED PAY ALLOWED Monclon, NT. B.. June man- agement of the Canadian government railways today announced increased pay for trackmen, maintenance of way employes, laborers and others ranftiif Quackery and Corns j Hundreds of treatment! havo t been ofCTcd for corns. Ooraa were sedatives to quiet pain. Some were acids, harsh and rlaky. Some mere quackery. But one famous chemist corns for 25 years. And finally discovered Blue-jay. That is now the standard treat- ment, gentle, certain, scientific. It is on a corns monthly. It has stopped the corn pain in- atantly, 70 million times. It bas ended the corns completely within 48 hours, in 01 per cent of the cases. The others take a Ijttls longer. Stop paring corns.- Stop treating them Inwrongways. Uso Blue-jay, and that ends them in a gentle, easy way. Prove that tonight. Blue-jay Ends Corns IS and 35 Aht Blat-lv Bmton flWn 'i ;