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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 29, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta TUUnSDAY. JUNK 20, 1916 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE Meeting of Citizens Called for Monday Night To Go Into Matter GATHER AT CHINOOK CLUB Grounds South of Lake Has Eyes of Fathers Approve A mooting is uullud fur 8 p.m., .011 Monday. July nt the visitors' room, Chinook club, for the purpose of organizing suitl' settling plans to convert into public golf links'thiil, por- tion of Henderson Park lying HOiith of Ihfc and to got the project iiiMlor way :IH early as .possible. Everyone interested is hereby united to nltciid tills meeting- anil help mat- Uii'K iilong us miK'.h 'as possible1. The city commissioners have given their unanimous.'approval of the pro- ject and aru ..willing to stint on it as robn 'as? some (lolinitnly forniuiatfid (ilitnV.ftrc in htmii. Tlus main objocts lire to got tliu genera! public; interest- ed in playing golf and also inciden- 1 ally to add to the attractiveness and prosperity ot the park' as well as to nunelit the city.' A city without a public golf links IH. not now considered (Witt: fully modern. All citizens ore therel'qris asked to take, an active or icast a sympathetic interest in the mutter. rojjurdless-of race order, VQX, color, or The ground in question is conven- ient and very suitable, and the links would improve.every year. The game would not necessarily be expensive, but quite within the reach of every- one. A bundle of clubs is not an ab- solute necessity as one could quite handily play the whole course with one club only. The "protection and maintenance of the "links could be regulated by the city issuing season tickets at or som'e suitable fee for each member. Heavyweight Bout at Brooklyn Matched Pair- Ten Round Go Frank Moran. and; Jack Dillon are finally to exchange In the ring.- Unless plan miscarry, those two will settle a moot question in the opicn at Washington park (the of the now deceased league-ball club) tonight. The Jndianapolisipajither will be out weighed and on t-e very thing in-natural but his tiger-like ferocity in the and his undoubted wallop should carry him. through a winner. AVhiIe.it "is unliiely that Dillon can stop the ponderous Morau, yet It will IJG Jack's deadly punch that .should keep "Moran at hay and- permit Dillon to cam- off tUo verdict floral! bases his hopes for victory on his mighty right-hand swing that did ,JOBB Wil- lard, although Aloran( square- on the a'-'dbxen'times dur- ing the' ten. rounds Mpran thinks he can accomplish Dil- lon's downfall in'sido six rounds. Tic bases this-assertion, on the that is, a fact to Mpraix lie can deliver a more damaging punch with his' right" Dillon' can with his starboard .'paw. Moran, how- ever, overlooks; the to Dillon's' left is equally as deadly yas his right, -and that Moran's left isi' brittle, -due -to oft-shattered knuckles JIatt'J. Cleveland presi- dent of the American Boxing associa- tion will raferee, BEHR.f-TEMNIS.STAR, A SOLDIER Mountain N. the national guard has caused' the postponement of the .chal- lenge loumj matches in the middle states tennis) championships here. The decision, was caused by the fact that Karl Behr.-Jwjlder of the singles title and also a. doubles champion with Theodore R.; Pell, has been called to join his New York covnlrj regiment What more refresh- ing (message of Good Cheer to those Over- seas than a box of i ADAMS' IUTTIFRDTTI in the new -style packages Twenty packages of thirst allaying TuttiFrutti. A welcome "boon to a soldier friend Each stick separately wrapped in wax paper and tm foil Opens up as fresh and 'full flavored 'a's'it left the. factory. Any of five mellow flavors to choose from. Ask your dealer ORIGINATORS PIRATES DEFEATED CUBS IN EIGHTEEN INNINGS CONTEST NATIONAL Won Brooklyn :I4 I'lliliitlclphlii ,1 L Hoston 21) New' York 29 Chlcneo 21) PlUsimri; 27 St. Louis 2S Cincinnati 25 Uist 22 26 2li 27 33 ,31 35 32 Pet. .1107 .544 .527 .SI 8 .468 AM, .444 .439 Wilson Settled It Chicago, Juno Art Wilson's drive. inlo the loft (lolii bleacliuis gavo Pittsburg the winning run ovm- Chi- cago in the National League's; longest game; of ihe .season toduy, an IS Iinilng a ft air. The score was 3 to 2, the name by which .thn Pirates won the iirat game of -the double header McCon- benfuors ueai Mea ncll, tho Cubs pitcher, worked through the first 17 innings, and was taken out Uvishiniiton........... in the 18th after Wilson's home run, i gnore M-IV'S it being one of three made during the aml' j.jen game. PHlHburg used four pitchers. Miller AMERICAN Won Lost Pet. Now York...... SB 2fi .574 Cleveland........ 3fi 27 .565 Boston......... .13 20 .532 Washington...... 33 .532 Detroit :J4 :m .531 Chicago......... 31 2S .525 St. Louis....... 27 35 .435 Philadelphia..... 17 41 .293 White Sox Boat Indians 5 10 0 i 5 o Chicago Cleveland. Russell and Schalk; Coveleskie and O'Neill. Yankees Beat Athletics Now York............ 9 S 3 Philadelphia.......... 7 11 4 Keating, Ruaeell and Nunamaker; Myfirs and Meyers. Senators Beat Red Sox S 0 IS 0 Gregg and Catiy; started and gave way to a pincher hitter, after pitching a splen- did giinic for seven Harmon worked for iv.'t; iiiiiings and also quit to let in a butter. Jacobs was on the slab in .the l.lth when Zimmerman, running for Knabe, scored tho tieiiig run, and was taken out in the 13th when iL looked as though lie was wa- vering. Cooper finished the game in great form. First Pittsburg......... 3 If) 1 hlcago............ 2 8 2 Mamaux and Gibson; La von J or, St. Louis: Browns Beat Tigers 3 5 Mitchell. Boland. Cunningham and Baker; Plank and Chapman. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION .Toledo 2 4 0 Louisville 1 2 2 Pierce and Sweeney; Northrop and Davifi and Coleman; Aldmlge and Schang. Kansas City n and Fischer. Second game (18 innings) Pittsburg...... .......3 12 2 Chicago 2 93 Miller, Harmon, Jacobs, Cooper and Wilson; McConnell, Hendrix and Fis- cher. Giants Beat Phillies Philadelphia...... 3 13 2 New York............ 4 12 2 Denmreo and Burns; Schauer, Per- ritt, Benton and Rariden. Cardinals Beat Reds St. Louis ......j...... 9. 14 1 Cincinnati............. G 10 1 Ames. Hall and Snyder; Toney, Dale, Knetzer, Schulz ami Wingo.' Superbas Beat Braves Brooklyn............ 3 S l Boston-.............; 2 fi (1 Pfoffer and Meyers; Tyler and Gow- dy, Tragressor. San June San- tell ot San Francisco was awarded victory here tonight over Charley Cut- ler of Chicago at the termination of a wrestling the winner ol which was to lie entitled to nieet Strangler Lewis. Neither wrestler gained clean-cut fall, but after many minutes of Blmp ou both sides San tell threw Cutlet out ot the i ing and Eeli unon bun Cutler was so severelj i ijytcd that lie was cnried from the arena on a stietchei MORAN WOULD ENLIST Sulphur Spuugs June 1 rink Alonn is up "oyei the prospects of wai .Mor an sei ed a full enlistment" inj the llaiteii Stites having been termaster on the Mayilovje: Col. Roosevelt was president sajs that lie is 1 hlle Columbus Indianapolis .1 2 8 2 Minneapolis........... 8 10 0 Cruteher, Latlirop and Berry; Burk and Owens. Milwaukee............ 5 9 2 St. Paul 7 8 1 Hhacklefortl and Devogt; Upham, Finneran and Glenn. PACIFIC COAST Oakland S 13 0 San Francisco......... 0 6 2 Crandall and Elliott; Couch, Oldhara and Sepulveda. Salt Lake 2 0 Vernon.............. S 9 2 Plercy and Vann; Johnson and Sponcer. LOB Angeles.......... 6 10 2 Portland 2 U .1 (10 and Noves and Fisher. NORTHWESTERN Vancouver............ 2 G 3 Seattle............. 6 6 2 Barhani and Foilman; Schmutz and Cad man. Second Vancouver............ 27 2 Seattle.............. 3 4 0 Russell and Tollman; Wolfram" and Cadraan. Great-Falls-Spoltane, postponed, wet grounds. Tacoina-Butle, postponed, rain. NORTHERN Duluth......... 9 32 1 Fort William.......... 1 2 4 Ilandchu and With row; Cucimings and Griffin, "Asnew. Winnipeg-Virgiiiia, postponed, rain. Snperior-Fargo, postponed, rain. X'GERMAN INVASION Chicago, June 'Gra- the White Sox today announ-. ced the purchase of A. Von from tfie Cincinnati Nationals. Von Kolnitz is n third baseman nnd will- report to 'Malinger Rowland at Cleve- land today Chicago has .three of its infielders out of the game with sickness'and ininrifs and for the past few days1 has lously of enlisting and if tho situa- been to an Olltneidor and tion gets desperate he will immediate td lt corner ly join the roiors HP prefers to 30111 the army this time, but has written to the secretary of.-the navy regard- ng lug old rank if he Capt. W- V. Siftoivson of Sir Clif-. ford as a- resiilt. of w.ounds received in jictinn, lost..the. one eye and the hearing of one cai .THE GREAT DIVIDE 'Keep your mind in the game; don't let it wander. Unless you think about Hie task before you, study but every thing you plan to do, you can iiot be a successful No. I. Keep your mind blank if you play No. 2 CHAMPION GOLFERS OF GBEAT BRITAIN .SELL THEIR TO AID WOUNDED To aid thp arraugosi be- Ueon fidiMird ex'tftnpnftift; !f il Batltj, international champion, and othei golfpre Aftei ihts ganic, to tho hospital, the nlubs tiaed-by tho players ...wero sold at auction an additional funds for ihu Specially Reduced Prices LOUIS KIEL lor Stampede and Dominion Day LOUIS KEEL Fifth Street Fifth Street Men's Clothing Shop Men's Tashion-Craft torn Tailored Suits For Men and Young Men Sizes to 46 j Of the finest imported fabrici in thjs sesnon's most approved custom tailor modeU, hand tailored throughout. Heretofore All Special JiriM Men's Silk Shirts Of Summer weight Tub Si lit --with novelty satin stripes on: light grounds, also plain tan shantung' Heretofore Special price: Heretofore Special price Heretofore 520.00, Special price .75 Exclusive Madras Shirts Custoin made, TashionCraft' Blue and Black Worsted Serge Suits Exclusive Custom Tailored confined Men s Summer Underwear Union Sails, short and full sleeves, full or length, Heretofore lldB, Fine Shirts Pure Silk Sox Men's Pure Thread Silk Sox, in black, white and cplors, spliced heel, sole' and toe. t v_ Heretofore 75o. CA_ .1 if UJC Men's Lisle Sox Heretofore 2oc ipeclal pries '3 rairifcir............UUC Men's Work Shirts Reinforced with Double Yoke Stiff and Soft Brims Heretofore Special price Heretofore Special price Heretofore J3.50, Special price Heretofore Special price Hereofore Special price Heretofore Special price Men's Fine Trousers With Belt Loops Five Pockets 'Heretofore Special price Heretofore Special price Heretofore ?5.00, Special price Heretofore Special Men's Panama Hats Men's Straw Hats New Equipment for Y.M.C.A. Camp Everytliing is coming along in fine shape tor the big camp at Sen tlnei this- summer. A quantity or new equipment has been secured b> .Secretary- Thompson, including two splendid sleeping teuts, etc., and sum- ming all things up prospects would induato a better camp this year than The object ot camp is to develop boys mentally, morally, physically and socially to gUe them the most health- ful and instructive "fun that they ever had. to teach them" self-reliance, gen> erosity and respect for the other Marr of the Bible ciety gave an exceedingly interesting and .instructive address at the Sini- daj evening lenice in the Methodist church. The information given creat- ed a'maiiue'srinterest, in the work of the society and about waa sub-' scribed toward it. The singing by the choir and the solo rendered by Miss Helen Moir was also greatly apX predated, A meeting of the ratepayers will be held on Wednesday e1 shing of this week to discuss the problem of grading me -iireeta It iff hoped that there willbe a tendance 1- The Women s Institute has chased the residence of Hefiry Frey for a public rest and leadrng'rodm and will haie it moved anu on-the lot next to the big sWrte, DAYLIGHT SAVING RESCINDED Giltlph Ont June a special bession of the city council this worn. Ing'the davlight saving scheme was resundod after a trial of Dr. J (Cordon Bennett, of '3t garets N S lias Invested" 50 Belgian hares for his: summer estate. ARROW NOTE THE NEW PRICE 15c. EACH 3for30ctB CklH. hlMr Ct.. In. camp, county Ont, wbld Vhen finished mttaly the larj fliilitar> camp la ibe'-bominioi camp will eccon trom to troop] Several miles of railway tiding have been built at the cimp and 1 miles of sawer constructed There i an exceptional supply of water froi artesian wells 'and sanitary arrange meats will be as near pel feet a: it i possible to make tbem -is fool dol tf ntxliAxe, IA waf ing i W O dt. -ion. You iad in IB mle if >U thuip tlut you uped in giod gument, racK 13 roominess, easy ft. good ttyk, ud ihe Imlc tat toKhci fauh tint give wuunj gm durts. HIRTS Tm v Rp-Jt Co Liuitln ;