Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 15, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
THURSDAY. JL'NK Ifi. 1SMO THE LETIIBRIDGE DAILY HF.IULI) PAGE THREE UNRESERVED SALE FRIDA LAST TWO DAYS AND To grasp these unsurpassed money saving Bargains. Will be two days of money saving or two days of lost opportunities? We are following our well known plan of selling goods the "Season" they are bought for. Our entire stock of Ladies' and Men's Ready-to-Wear thatwill" interest everybody in the Lrthbrulg-e district. Decide quickly iind join the wise money savers on the way (o The Ko.val Store. Some other lime, maybe too late. FRIDAY and SATURDAY THE ROYAL Cleveland New York Washington Detroit Boston Chicago St. Louis Philadelphia i I I S. S. ATHLETIC LEAGUE Brooklyn...... Philadelphia New York Chicago....... Boston....... Cincinnati y. Pittsburg..... St. Louis..... Giants Shut Out New York, June won Its third straight game from New York today, the score ueing 4 to 0. It was the first time New York had been shut out this Kauff's infield hit, took a bad hop from Lavender, in the seventh inning, was New York's only safety and prevented Lavender from duplicating the no-hit game he pitched against the Giants laet sea- Kon. The veteran Mathewaon pitched well for New York, but was accorded support. Chicago.............. 4 7 1 Kew York............ 0 1 5 Lavender and Archer; Mathcwson and Rariden. Hits and .Errors Brooklyn. June made it three out of four from St. Louis to day. winning S hittinc the ball for long drives while Uie Cardinals we're making errors. St. Louis............. 5 7 Brooklyn S 7 Ames, Jasper and Snyder; Coombs, Marquard and Miller, Meyers. Twelve innings Boston, June Braves defeat- fid Cincinnati 4 to 3 in a 12 inning test today. A triple by Molwitz dur- o Ing the seventh inning drove in two runs and tied the score at 3 ail. In the 12th inning, with two out, ilagee doubled over Snodgrass who had singled. Cincinnati............ 3 6 0 Boston.............. 4 13 0 Mitchell and Wingq; Ragan and Tragressor. Circuit Clout Ended It Philadelphia. June 14; Neihoffs home run with, two: men out in the 1211) inning ended a pitchers' battle between Kixey and Jacobs, and gave Philadelphia the victory over Pitts- Jnirg today, 3 to 2. Piltsfaurg 2 5 1 Philadelphia.......... 3 8 .1 Jacobs and: Schmidt; Kixey and KiUKer. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Columbus 0 8 2 Kansas City........... 4 il 1 George and Colemnn; Cochlin awl Berry. Indianapolis........... 7 10 2 St.. Paul.............. 1 12 3 Dawson and Schang; Neihana and Glenn. Toledo-Milwaukee, rain. Louisville-Minneapolis, rain. COAST LEAGUE Salt Lake 13 21 1 Oakland............. i II Pitleryand Vnnn; Illgglnbothnm II. HlioU, F. Elliott. Sun. Francisco......... 2 11 1 Los Angeles........... 1 2 llailm and Brooks; Ryan and liass. Icr. Vernon Porlland 1C. Johnson, IIoss Hoch, Wiiiiams and Klalie 7 '12 1 ...5 S and Spencer; Covelcskie. There June Coveleskic, who defeated New "York on Monday, field the Yankees" to six hits today. Detroit winning G lo 2. Veacli got two triples aiid two singles .in four times up. New .York Detroit'.; Mogrjdge, Fisher, Russell Wal- ters Cbvelcskic Scott In Luck Chicago, June Scott out- pitched Walter Johnson today and made a fluke single scored two runners in the fourth, giving the lo- cals a lead that Washington rould not overcome. The score was 4 to 1. Scott was given perfect support. Washington 1 SI Chicago..........V-. .-4 8 0- Johnson Aiusmith, Henry; Scott and Schalk. The Browns Came Back Took Measure of St. Augustin's Club Matches Played AVesley tennis club defeated St. Augustin's club last night in the first of (lie series of meetings to establish the tennis championship among the churches of the city- The matches consisted of men's doubles. Wesley was traveling on a through j! ticket last night They won all of the four matches played. Two matches were played on AVesley courts and two on St. Augustin's. The best brand of tennis was seen on the Wesley courts, where the first line of dreadnoughts oE both clubs came together. Dobson and Guess for AVesley am! Allin and Rawortli for'St Augustin's'! This match was cleteih and hardly fought, though none of the sets required extra games. Only one set went to deuce in the four matches. This happened Augustin's courts between the second line players. Porter and Tainter fpi I and Clark and Salt for St St. Louis, June Weilman J'Augnstin's, wliec tliclr first set went weakened in the seventh, permitting s_.6 Tnjs too, was the Boston to scoce four runs, .St. Louis ono of Ulc foin- settled in tno rallied-in the eighth and forced Mays The football .and baseball junior schedules of the. Sunday School Alh- letic: League have been drawn up. jThey are as follows: FOOTBALL Friday. June Cyprian's vs St. Andrew's. Friday, vs St. Andrew's. y> Friday, Andrew's vs St. Cyprian's. Friday, July vs St. Cyprian's. Friday, July Andrew's vs Westminster. Friday, July Cyprian's vs Westminster. BASEBALL Thursday, June 15 Wesley vs Knox. Thursday, June FatricK's vs Knox. Thursday, June vs Wes- Thursday, July Patrick's vs Wesley. Thursday, July vs St. Patrick's Thursday, July vs St. Patrick' Clark and Scott, Who Defeated Adams and Mcllvena, New Holders MIGHT GIVES ami Shore to. retire: pounding them for five hiis, 'including a' double which, with two bases on balls, netted 'six C. St. Louis won, S to 5. Boston St. Louis Mays, Shore, Foster 5 S and 8 2 32 0 Cndy; Weilnmn, McCabe, Groom ami Seve- roid. Only three games scheduled. NORTHWESTERN First Vancouver............. 3 7 1 Butte............ 2 12 2 Rarham aiid Cheek; McGimuty and Altman. Second Vancouver.............4 S 0 Bntte..........., 0 S 0 Callahan and Gheek; Jteiklc, and Altman. Seattle "9 9 0 To coma.............. 5 7 fi Mclvor, Eastley and Cmlnian; Bon- ner and Roberts. Great Falls......... in 14 2 Spokane............. H 7 Clark and-Haworth; Webb, Reuther ul Sheely.- INTERNATIONAL 6 n i 0 72 Rhoades The scores were as follows: Dobson and Guess defeated RaworUi and Allin, and Porter and Tainter defeated Clark and Salt L. Cobbledick and Vradoiibnrg de- feated Brymner and Toombs, ami Davidson aiid Grey defeated Oavis and Nicholson, and The result of the tournament last night proved sweet revenge foi the Wesley players. Last season ip a tourney St. Augustin's swept the courts with the Wesleyites: Baltimore flichmond........ Spearman and McAvoy; and Reynolds. loehester...... Buffalo......... Kaymer and Hale; Gaw and OnslOw., Alontreal............. 3 ti 01 Toronto.......... i 7 1 i Colwell and Howley; McTipufi and! McKee. Providence-Newark, postponed to a ater date. two ynmes schnduled cd on account of win. and HOW do your shirts treat you when they come back from the wash? Do the neckbands pinch, or do they remain as comfortable as before? .This is a test that few neckbands meet. Red Label' shirts can, because the neck band materials are thoroughly shrunk the bands are cut. Look for the Red Label SHIRTS The Williams, Greene Rome Co., Limited Ifoicra fine Buffalo, June Kilbane, featherweight champion of the world, out of liis class tonight fo meet- Johnnie O'Leary, lightweight champion of Canada, in a ten-round bout held here this evening, and when he got through O'Leary had received I the worst hiding that ha'd been accord- ierl to. him in his' career. Kilbane outclassed the Seattle lad from j the fiist fcong on top of his jman all the lime, peppering him with arid rights.to the. face and body until the. Canadian.'champion .was be- laeied .Kilbane was backed by a crowd of Cleveland men who made quite a clean-up aa O'Leary had established himself'.in the favor. the local box- ing, fans. crowd witnessed the contest. The first and one of the best games of lawn bowls since the cup was do- nated by the bankers was played last evening" on the Gait Garden greens. The rinks skipped by Mcllvena and Adams, who successfully defended the cup on several occasions the latter part oC last season, -.were called upon to defend it again, aiid this time they met their Waterloo at the hands of the rinks skipped by Clarke and Bob Scott. The latter's rink won by a little "luck" and a lof of good playing. Adams and his players fared a little tetter, contesting the game al every end, and .after a see-saw contest Clarke emerged the winner by two shots. The total majority of Scott's and Clarke's rinks, over their oppo- jnents was 11 shots. The consistent I playing of Ward'and Campbell on the winning rinks helped materially in landing the game for the victors. 1 More Matches Now that these games for the cup are in order, some spirited contests may be looked forward to. The Em- pire club nre uext iri line with a chal- lenge, and when these two teams meet there is always lots of excite- ment. The players and scores of last night'a'game are as follows: J. Huttdii "J. Farley W. Ward W. Willctts Hugh Scott" J. Livie R.'W. Scott'-...20- J. Mcllvena ...11 Campbell ,.T. Montgomery I F'. Soared H. W. Crawford j K. P.-Stewart .W.Jones '.V.. .12 S. Adams.. .10 Total Total 21 j Majority for challenging rinks, -11 shots. Donaldson Line The Popular Scotch Service Sailings PROPOSED SUMMER SAILINGS. ATHENIA..............- July 2 CASSANDRA .'...........July 1G Cabin passengers only. Hate I Steamers, larg comfortable, and very steady at sea. Service throughout is "DON- ALDSON" STANDARD. Prepaid Tickets (nun'Scotland is- sued al lowest rates. For rates and other information apply to any Railroad, Steamship Agent, or H. E. LIDMAN, General Agent, Winnipeg, 349 Main Street, Phone M. 5312. Vancouver, 531 Granville.Street. ST. St. Louis, June Hnssel of New Orleans won on a foul from Ad Wolgast of Cadillac, Mich., in the fourth round of a scheduled 12-ronnd boxing bout here tonight. Russell was knocked down in the fourth round. He claimed the former champion hit low. but. the referee continued count- Ing.' Russell came to his feet at the count of nine. A .few seconds later he collapsed. The referee then de- clared "Wolgast's blow had been foul and gave the decision to Russell. The men weighed 136 pounds. GUNAJ1CALWS An enthusiastic crowd turned, out at the" traps last, evening and.it'is quite evident that this sport' is be- coming popular. Raymond, was high man breaking -32 per cent of his birds. Snnmal inrlufnniptits arp helrl nut EASY MONtY. FOOTBALL RESULTS Al the annual meeting, of the Scot- tish Football association, recently held at Glasgow, on account of last sea- son's cup comnetiUoh -having been abandoned to the war, two res- olutions having for their purpose the preservation of the rights'iof members iu the attendance and clubs having privileges in the Scottish' cup competi- tion were passed. The secretary's and treasurer's reports were unanimously adopted. The secretary's report show- ed that 100 cltibs and 14 associations were in reduction of 11 clubs. The balance sheet and pro- fit and loss account showed an income of the loss on the.s'ear heing All the officeis Vere re elect cd, and J. K. McDawall was rcappoint- nd secretary. At a special general' meeting subsequently held, iclR of association vasjprtssed giving tlio. council .powei to exjjel fiom the yame any "director official or any other person connected foot participates di recUy'or ;iudirectlv in uetiiiig upon ic suits" of 'Scottish-footballvigames BURNS BEATEN Advices by mall from Australia say of England defeated Roughhbuac .Burng-jof.-.Vancouver, -for inei Caiiatfffui lightweight champion, in twenty roundsi; Elven if Fred Fuiipn is liOi a cham- pion, he has all the earmarks since ho lias signed a period of 20 weeks with a circus at a week, with privilege of percentage. Jess -Wlllard j Is setting a day. Under the terms 'of Fulton's contract he cannot leave (lie circus during the season except to train-, for a bout-with Willard. Dime When the palate craves for something .different in chewing tang of mellow fruit flavors ADAMS' TUTU FRUTTI GUM is what you need, j For thirty-five years pre- ferred by those who know chewing gum goodness. Now it comes in the new, convenient package; each of the five sticks wrapped in wax- paper end tinfoil.'', Your dealer has Tutti Frutti in the new package and in any five mellow flavors. ORIGINATORS From John Bull Small wot's daylight savin'? savin' the daylight, o' course. Small like you save pen- no; don't lie ser silly. You can't save daylight in a box. Smatl wot can you save it in, father? can't save it in ilu- think. You jest save it by usin' more of it, see? Small I 'eard mother tell you last night to be "more savin1 -with-, the matches, an' not use so many o'f 'em. If you can save daylight by usin' more of. it, can't you save matches by usin' more of 'em? don't unnerstand. Day- light ain't like-matches. -You don't 'ave to pay fur daylight like wot you do fur matches. You. save daylight by gittin' up earlier in the raornin's. it's six o'clock you -makes out it's seven. t: Small you save daylight at night time, father? i put that in yore 'ead? Small w'en mother sed to you this niorniri', "It's all very well for you to make out you come at eleven last night; I tell you it was wins that daylight savin1? he ser silly. 'Ow can. you save daylight w'en You don't unnerstand. Look outer the winder, there's a goo' -boy. .Small: Boy (after an. interval o'f. can I save daylight? you you're a goo' boy, an' don't arsk questions. Small can I keep it in? Father tol1 jer you carn't beep'it in uuthink, didn' Small 'ow can I save it? Father tol' jer! Use more of it! -Go to bed a hour earlier ah' git up a hour earlier! Small 'it's daylight w'en I go to-bed-iiow, father, Wotclier. drivin' at now7 Small Couldn t I uae more bj sittin up till its dark? 11 go to bed yer mothei tells yei like a goo boj You're too save daylight'; Small I. some; day- ;ht wen I m a man fathei7 I ather Small nimii Father you 'old yer tongue, I donlt unnerstand, Arsk yer further interval) mothei save some f UOA light, father 3 Father bet'sfteVwill! Small she scrape it? ,Wotclier' riiean7 'Ow can yer scrape Don't be ser Small I 'eard mother say wot-wbs the good of 'er scrapin' an' savin' w'ile, you----- Father you''old yer noise w'en I tell yer? Come on, Jump tiowih 'Ere we are --Will -You will have to give up all mental work for a few weeks. doctor, in that event my income would cease, I ,earn my living writing poems for zines. keep right on at that. Help the I. O. D. E. to belp the soldiers. Dime Day Saturday', The Uve sous of Josbn Grenfett, VaBic, are on acthc service.