Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LETR-BIUDGE DAILY HERALD ---jHIM OFFICERS US1 HI PAGE THKEB WE8E THE La I'rairic Lieut. No. 2 Signal Company, itain C. .1. Arthur, t'al- LOCAL BOXERS AT EDMONTON SHOW LOTS OFREAL CLASS Jimmy Lush Wins in One Minute-Frank Lush Loses by Shade-Chaplin Shows Speed in First Round but is Lush and A. Norman in the Finals Tonight Hiljaclphla Cincinnati.. Chicago Boston SI. Louis Brooklyn Hitlslmrir York Brooklyn A Caldwcll, 13th, Hrandon Horse 1 lent I! lloHkics, lODtli, Winnipeg 1 lout' C McColl, 21st, Medicine lint ;'Lieut. A. L. Hell, 10th, Torun- "wouudcd Major M. rmnond, ilSth, I'lirtaRC La I'rairic; l.icut. II. Sinclair, No. Toronto Capta' znrv, Captain W. Irwm, V M C.A.; Lieut, f. Krvcr. BATTALION Killcd-Lieut. Cl. W. Stairus, belli, Halifax. (i. .Mc( omb, .Ird, .Montreal. IfiTli and .J. K. K. Osboiw, 48th, Toronto. H. 97th, Siidliury Captain A. R. Mc- Gregor, 'Kith, Toronto: Captain Alexander, 4Stli, Toronto; C'apt. A M. Daniels, it7th, Suilhury Cupt. R' V. Cory, '18th, Toronto Lieut. 'F W. McDonald, IStli. Toronto; Lieut. V. J- Smith, IHtti. Toronto; l.icut. 10. 0. Hath, MMi, Toronto; Lieut. C. V. Kessriulvn, 18th. Toron- to Lieut. K. V. .lows; Lieut, (i. IT. Langmuir Lieut. r. Taylor. W. Mayer. -18th, i Toronto Lieut. W. S. Chocnbc-rs Lieut K. llickh-. Toronto; 1 Lieut H. Si. Scott, IKth, Toronto. .538 Chicago P'1C (o to the Lethbridge boxers participated in the opening session of the Alberta lAmateur boxing and wrestling cham- pionships here last night. James Lush crushed his opponent. .1. Shaw pt CroESCield, with a shower of blows in one minute, anil was awarded tho de- cision in one of the preliminaries of ilio lightweight class. His brother. Frank Lush, didn't fare so well. He was shaded in the third round by Day of Athabasca Landing. Basil Chanhn, went 1he third Lethbridge boy, also clown to defeat at 115 pounds. Ranli- jn of .Edmonton was Chaplin's oppo- nent. Chaplin was all over his man in the first round, but was not able io stand the pace in the second and Jost the bout. A. Norman of Leth- nridge, drew a bye in the 10o, and will go on In the final tonight. James Lush may not be able to compete tonight He dislocated his Ih.unib last, night, when he knocked Shaw off his pins. The bouts are the most pretentious ever belt in Alberta, and 'were wit Messed bv a big crowd In the Edmon Ion A.C. arena. They were patronized liy well-known members of the legis ta'ture, the Mayor of Edmontou, col lose professors, and other notables. Joe Convery, the Calgary cntran for the light and welterweight cham of the province, defended his title of champion, when he defeated McDonald pf Medicine Hat, the only other aspir- lint for the title who put In his appear- Biice at the, bis meet, for.very will jiarticipate in the lightweight series tomorrow night, Calgary has the middlweight wrestl- ing championship cinched. George Sutherland won the honor by Dealing Vt of the Edmonton Y.M.C.A., KMifer. Boston, Mass., April have seen Jess Willard, the present heavy rttsburr weight champion of tho world, for the Zalbel ind liresnahau; Cooper, time, and 1 must say that I wa ai'ix and Oiteon. greatly impressed. ills great siz. _____ struck me first. Then the forward manner in which he later, in my interview with '.lim, I learned Cincinnati St. Louis Benton, Brown and Wlngo; and Snyder. Perdue IHAT infernal cunning, what brain, guided these Khoulish hands straight to the throats..olj.ini.n victims? Why was suspicion always cast upon an innocent person? What horrible of a disordered mind stopped at noth- ing to gain its own end: You'll be so excited you'll hang onto your seat like grim death, as -scene after scene of baffling mystery, strange crimes, stirring adventure, tender romance, and the marvelous, unheard- of feats of Sanford Quest, scientific detective, pass before you in the pictures on the screen. See this greatest of all detective plays. Nothing like it ever shown before. Fifteen powerful episodes that See it Take the wife and the children or the best girl. Don t nvss it It is so bis and so wonderful you'll bo amazed, delighted. Fifteen smashing episodes. Set aside one evening each week to- See THE BLACK Box The Photoplay Serial Suprem 15 a week TONIGHT Alice Joyce IN "The Theft of the Crown Jewels" See the Gorgeous Costumes the Blazing Diamond! Two Reels Universal Weekly Full Views of Everything OH YOU COMEDIES! "Father's Defeat" "A Mix-up at Maxin's" Two Reels The Rider of "Silhouette" A Canadian Rocky Mountain Drama LAST NIGHT OF Miss B. Portillo Harry C. Willis and Jerry COMING MONDAY Helen Gardner IN j TL J 'Underneath the Paint' Commencing Wednesday and Thursday next Boston at rain. New York; postponed; 'algarian to nut the Edmonton gran Vter on his back. In the final he de eated Patti of Calgary, in A minutes nd 15 seconds. In the heavyweight class, Trelly 01 Edmonton .university defeated Patti of Calgary in 2 minutes and 14 seconds. 4. preliminary boxing event was in the 105 pound class between Taite of Edmonton and Phillips of the same Taitc won easily, the bout being stopped before the first, round was finished, noiind AMERICAN L Detroit...... N'ew York Chicago...... Washington oston...... leveland hiladelphia t. Louis and .McKee; Faber anil i The areliminiries of the U: poumi'class were decided, and the Hna1 event, 'will be decided tonight. GILMORE APPLAUDS TENER Federal League President Glad Kauff Is Barred Chlcasc, April Gilmore refused this afternoon to com- ment on Bennie Kauff's jump to.the Giants, further than to say he felt like complimenting President Tener and President Gaffney on their stand in declining to permit Kauff to play Kauff, who was with Indianapolis last year, this season signed with the Brooklyn Federals, accepting 500 advance money for signing a three year contract, according to Gilmore There was no 10-day clause in ms contract. etroit hicago Dubuc chalk. 'hiladelphia Washington Wyckoff and JlcAvoy; Henri'. St. Louis at Cleveland; postponed; old weather. New York at Boston; postponed; Butherl Crocke KILBANE WINS New York, X.Y., April Kilbane of Cleveland, world's cham pion featherweight, outpointed Benn> Leonard of New York in six rounds of a ten-round bout here last night Kilbane weighed 128 pounds, Leonard 130. MADE IN CANADA Touring S S P.C. .706 .067 .5.88 71 111 mv interview miu, i iti'i.n." that, he is a clean-living man. and tnat feature is what impressed me the most. "Willard would never have been the world's champion today if he bad not lived the right sort of a life. I tell you, boys, it pays to live right, and "Willard is a great example of clean living. He looks like a champion and acts like a clfamplon ,aud I predict that he will remain a champion for a long time to come. I related to him 571 my 'many experiences In the ring. Wfl- .Ka I lard listened to my story, and when I .438 .308 .250 __ MEET ME AT THE EMPRESb We regret that we could not show Legal Contest to Get Movies of Hav- ana Bout in United states Newark, N.J., April A legal con test by the owner of the Willard- test DV uie uo "ci ui n'c Johnson fight fi'ims to bring the films into this country 'will begin here next Friday, according to un announcement know that I by' .nit- will always remember what, you have ert States senator, counsel foi L. ;said to me, and your words will help me to continu ring. my present way 01 Boehlingand BRAVES' "TOHWSTo TORONTQ Boston, Mass., April f the roster of the Boston National eague team, to bring the number of men within the limit required by May- began today with the release of t-itchers Adolph Luque ami juugene Cocrehan to the Toronto team of the nternational league. The men are to report to their new team at Richmond, FEDERAL 10 s P.C. .625 .615 6 .600 7 .563 S .500 9 .400 9 .357 11 .353 2 10 1 0 72 Suggs ant Xewark Jbicago Brooklyn ;ansas City Buffalo.. St. Louis Baltimore.. .lansas City....... Baltimore Packard and Brown; Owens. Pittsburi? at Brooklyn; postponed; rain. St. Louis at Newark; postponed; wet- grounds. Chicago at Buffalo; postponed; we grounds. AM. ASSOCIATION Indianapolis 7; Louisville 4. Cleveland 1; Columbia 4. Milwaukee o; Minneapolis C. Kansas City 2; St. Paul (i. rence Waser, the owner. The first preliminary to the begin- of the" legal battle was taken here yesterday, when Mr. Towne made a formal demand upon the col. lector of the port that the pictures be HULL CITY p London. April 30.-In a postponed second division league game played yesterday Hull City defeated Grimsby Town by a score of 4 4goals to 1. admitted. Refusal was given on Your neighbor drives a don't you? We are selling more Fords In Canada this year than ever be- Canadians demand tho .best in motor car sen-ice at the lowest possible cost. The "Made in Cana-dl" Ford is a a luxury. Runabout Town Car price on application. All Ford cars are fully equipped, including electric head- lights. No cars sold unequipped. Buyers of Ford care will share in our profits if we sell cars between August 1, 191-1 and August 1, VIRTUE 1232 3rd AVE. S. FORD GARAGE PHONE 633. NORTHWESTERN 'Spokane 9; Victoria 8. Seattle 2; Vancouver 3. Aberdeen 0; Tacoma-1. INTERNATIONAL A'o International League gam scheduled. Buying an Indian MOTORCYCLE Means keeping the money in the country! THERE IS NO WAR- TAX PRICE ON THE "INDIAN" Indian Motorcycles BUILT IN CANADA One, Two md Three Speeds Prices From: to Vanadium Steel Construction The Indian is recognized as the leader throughout the other makers copy. D. E. MacDonald Bicycle Repairer Gunsmith Phone 1032 5th Street lamlttetl. ItL'illsill b'......... jround that the Federal statutes tor- Mr Towne then served notice that he 'would apply to Judge Haight in the United States District Court for an injunction restraining the collect- or from refusing to admit the pic- tures It is expected that argument will he heard in about a week, and that the application will contend that the law barring the pictures is un- constitutional. Mr Towne said that his application for an injunction would set forth that ,ne owner desires to bring the p c- tures into this country not or sale but for exhibition by himself. He said it would be admitted that they are films of a prize fight, not of a boxing bout. -________ QUEBEC CLUB. LOST Accidents to Malone and Ritchie Come uome ni_M Ottawa. Out., May l.-Mike Quinn, manager of the Quebec hockey team, iwas a visitor to Montreal yesterday private business. Quebec team finished a loser about two thousand dollar" on the Manager Quinn said. The cidents to Malone and Ritchie were ry costly. Besides the actual cash ev hurt the team, kept, .us farther ,wn in the standing than we: would DENIES WHEAT IS TRADED New York, N.V., April of the Brooklyn National league base- ball club denied today that Zack Wheat, the heavy hitting was to be traded or sold to the New York Nationals. President Charles Ebbets, of the Brooklyn club, said: "I am at a loss to understand how the report that Wheat was to be traded to the Giants for Robertson, Pcrritt and Murray or- iginated. Apparently everybody in Brooklyn about the deal except, the officers of the club. I consider that is more than the property of Brooklyn club. The story that he is to be sold or traded is ridiculous, and cannot be denied too strongly." The members of the Now York lea guo club, of course, also denied all knowledge of any deal. TRAP-SHOOTERS, ATTENTION The Alberta club will hold its annual meeting in the Hick-SeM liard ware store at 8.30 this evening. SPARK PLUGS To Fit All Cars Our stock of Spark .Plugs is large and well- assorted. Try them-! Williamson 320 9th 8t. S. uethbridge Phone 154C. herwise been, and therebj !im Eected our drawing powers. Z The Mystery arrived and THE "OBp yc-terday but the films have arrived, and THE OF THE RUBY CORONET will positively be shown THE GAUMONT GRAPHIC of Late War News Other excellent including OUR MUTUAL GIRL and PRODUCING A NATION'S PRIDE Fatty Arbuckle has a lively i.ime in the FATAL BUMPING Positively the last appearance of THE POPULAR JOHNSTON TRIO The last chance to enjoy their Jongs and dances PARAMOUNT picTURES-MONDAY TO THURSDAY Monday and Tuesday-The Famous Astor Theatre Succ... "THE MAN FROM HOME" A five part picture with Chas. R'ichman Wednesday and Thursday-THE ROSE OF THE RANCHO LORD ROSEBERY'S- FILLY _ WINS AT NEWMARKET London, April 102nd renew- 1 of the One Thousand Gur.neas Stakes for three-year-old fillies the .econd of the .season's five classic run today over the Rowlej Mile at Newmarket, was won by Lord Rosebery's 'well-backed bay filly Vau- rl.ise bv Dark who a ed at o to s against. E. Button's Silver 4 to 1, was second, and B loel-s Bright, 10 to 1, third. Fit- :een started. "ORPHEUM" Vaudeville and PIctuMl HERMAN and BROWN Latest New York Succesiel "THOMAS QRANVILLE Musical Novelty VERS CAN PLAY KK BUT NOT FOR SIX WEEKS Trov N.Y., April Evers aptain of the Boston Braves, wn as injured about two weeks ago enied odav the report that he would ot be able" to nlay bail again. He is ow confined to his bed at his .home n this city by order of his physicians, have found that in addition to a prain, he sustained a broken hone n his left ankle, and was immediate- ordered to bed to remain there: im- 1 the fracture, had .knitted. He stat- d that he would be in the game ag- fn in about six weeks, His physicians mving informed him that he would )robably be able to play by that time. BOB BURMAN .WON ..Oklahoma April' 30 Job Burman yesterday afternoon won tho "00 miles Southwest Sweepstakes mtomobile road race for a purse of 55000 His time was 2 hours BO mm- ites3-5 seconds. Dave Lew-is was lecond -and John Ra.imey ..third, HOBO TENOR New Songs o F "f H w E'ST 3 part Special Western Feature TWcTiREELS Monday-CHANCY IRLAND "Wonderful Character Singer Wolfe's Aromatic fl Hi] Schiedam If U April ball slang henceforth wiri have no ra- ils in the' bright lexicon of the col- ege baseball.youth it the reformers hive their wav in regard to the league cries between Harvard, Yale and Princeton this spring. Such quaint ohrases as "at a "working al, a time'" "we'll git him fer yulll" are doomed to eternal oblivion if these hree universities adopt rules that onlj the purest of college English be 'used on the diamond this pitcher and catcher being the only nes aiWwed to talk during play. Gen- ieman John Walterman, Harvard's varsity backstop, Is one of the most leaders in the back-to-Noah-Web- ster movement. RECRUITING AT NELSON Nelson. 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