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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, MAY 1, TIIK LETMUniDGH DAILY IIRRALD PAGE THREE LEAGUE BMS >b Climbs up to ..'100 Mark in Spite of Kirsl Averages of AND Lokt 7 A! Brooklyn Nationals with and rd Miller of Ihe St. Louis Nuti-m-eague, with .500, are 8 CIcveliUKl v Coub is beginning to move up-dH jimong American Inngue Jisuren show tliat Cobb, igL out of recent games i; s 1 Louis SATUR Ine ineu. li out of (if illuosB, has increased Ills averatw. from ''31 as last week, to Cranoy of Cleveland lends tlio lint-j NBW York. April Th tern In total bases with 21 and Is tlodjOlanls lost their seventh straight ffelsch of CllIcUKO In home runs) game when they wore defeated hy Hi two eaoll. Felsch leads iii runs I Uroo'lElyu 111 u 12-lnnlllK Karau, a to scored with 10. Speaker of Cleveland! before the largest crowd of the sca- and Baker of1 New 'York are ahead! aon. After a see-saw contest, in which AVoii Lust t; 7 ID I'd. .644 .000 .600 .572 .o.'ia .4-18 in Hard LucK I Glanls ln Hard Lucl1 York in stolen bases with four each. The following: are the .300 hitlers in the American. Miller, St. Louis the lead changed several times. Brook- lyn won on .successive singles hy Dau- bert, Stengel and Wheat. Fred Mcr- Sox Pull Triple Play .St. Louis, April 29. Chicago defeat- ed St. Louis in the first game of the Heries. ;i to 1. The visitors won in !he eighth, J. Collins doublinK and scoring when Austin threw wildly to first, i taking second. E. Col- ]ln.4 sacrificed and .Jackson sent Mc- Mullen over witli a triple. A triple play in the local's half of Ihe seventh klfi or the New York Giants, won an featured the game. With Johnson on ....r.. automobile in the eighth inning, when j second, Plai Nunamaker, New York........., ,'ihis two-base hit struck n sign on ilie i lo Weaver. Sneaker, Cleveland Jimvrlu, Boston Oedeon, New Tori; Schalk, Chicago Ilonry, Hcilinnn, Detroit SmitJi, Cleveland >Ioulitxel, Boston (iilhooley. New .York Jlagee. New York Shanks, Washington JlonrlkEen, Boston St. Louis Oardner, Boston Felsen, Chicago Cohb, Detroit In the -Flack. Chi- cago and Groli, Cincinnati lead in runs scored at 10 each. Saier, Chicago, leads in home runs with two, and Chase, Cincinnati and Carey, Pitts- burg. are ahead in stolen bases with k on first, Bhotten lio stopped lined j loft field fence, th offered u car fo t e advertiser having 1 und shot tlie ball lo Kournier, retiring Jie Ural player who hit (he sign with a fly ball. The sign lias been up since the opening of last season. Manager of New York made H change in his linn- up, sending the veteran first baseman. Meritle. to third base, while Kelly, a Northwestern league recruit, formerly with Victoria, Brooklyn New York .304 .302 .300 five each. The National league hitters are: went to first base. r> 13 4 J7 Smith, "Marquard, Cheney and Mey- ers; Stroud, Anderson and Riiritl-jn. Alexander in Form Boston, April Philadelphia took the opening game of the series, defnai- Plank before lie could get back. Chicago.............. 3 7 1 St. Louis............. 1 7 2 Russell and Scimlk; Plank and Cle- Yankees Defeat Athletics Philadelphia, April York Ififeated Philadelphia in ten innings, 4 to 2. Tho home team scored. HB runs off Fisher in the fourth inning, bv bunching three hits with two er- rors, and led until the ninth, when with two out and Peckinpaugh on second as the result of a single and a stolen base, Hartzell. who batted for Fisher, singled, sending in Peckin- n n ,i i iKVdgli and tving Hie score. New York mg.the Boston Nationals, o to 2. Alex- then wou an errQr ander was at his best and allowed the ammr was at ms Hesiaiiu auuwun t K- rf sinfile. Braves eight scattered hits while the! visitors hit the ball hard, netting five -112 Cincinnati Chase. Cincinnati Co trip ton, Boston J'j.iubcrt, Brooklyn Iviowrey, Brooklyn (J. Hums, New York ...........K7S J "iiichman, Pittshurg Kault. New York...............3tM .Kltick, Chicago Groh, Cincinnati Konetcby, Boston ..............S-lfi Saier. Chicago ...............S3.1 Paskert, Philadelphia ..........333 Colilius, lloaton ...............333 Nellioff, Philadelphia .333 Zimmerman, Chicago Ycrks, Chicago.......... Clarke, Cincinnati tirlffith, Cincinnati Gonzales, St. Louis E. Burns, Philadelphia doubles, two ot which were made by. Philadelphia LudcniF. Flsher- Boston............... '2 S 2 Alexander and Bums; Hughes, 13 '1 2 9.1 illop ii'i'.l Myeis and .Meyers. .320 .315 .313 .303 KELLY BREAKS HURDLE RECORD Goes Over Low Sticks at Los Angeles in 24 2-5 Seconds Los Angeles, Cal.. April AV. Kelly of the- Los Angeles Athlet- ic club further clinched his claim to- day to the title of world's champion hurdler in setting a new world's rec- ord of 2-1 2-r> seconds for the 220-yard low hurdles, on a curved track with less than half- an hoiir Earl Thomson, University of Southern California, frbshirinii, defeated him in the 120-yard high hurdles and tied the world's record of la seconds. The latter mark hud previously equaled -by both runners. been Barnes and Gowdy. Too Much Cobb Detroit, April double in fho llth inning after Vitt had singled _ I and had advanced to second on Kava- Whales Winning Streak Broken aacrfflce( gave Detrolt a thrill. Chicago, April hitting by jng 5 to 4 victory over Cleveland. The St. Louis ended Chicago's winning Tigers, two nms behind when they streak, tbe Cardinals routing McCon-; came to bat in the ninth, successfully nell for his worst beating of the sea-; staged one or their br.iling rallies, and winning. S to 4. Uoak held singled by Young, Crawford and Cobb the Cubs safe until the seventh, when Bailee went to the rescue. Home runs were made by Bescher and Long. St. Louis S Chicago 4 .Ooak, Sallfte and Hnyder; McConncll Prendcrgast and Fischer, Archer. i f Pirates Beat Reds Pittsburg, April de- feated Cincinnati 2 to 1. The home team scored their runs oft" Toney in the first inning on a double by Baird and singles by Barney, Hinchman and Wagner, after which Sclmltz went in to pitch. 1 6 3 Pittsburg 2 10 0 Toney, Schultz, Dale and Maumux, Miller and Gibson. SUNDAY GAMES A Hard Tussle Cincinnati, Apr. won out in the ninth inning here today, de- feating Pittsburg S to 7. In the ninth inning Pittshnrg was one run to the good and Harmon was sent to the mound. A hit, a sacrifice and a double Today's which was under was made off him, and he was. replaced tied the score. Graney twice cut off runners at ihird by splendid throws, after the Tigers attempted hit-and-run plays, Cleveland............ 4 9- 1 Detroit 5 13 -3 Klepfer, Coveleakie, Coumbe and O'Neill; Dubuc. Boland. Dauas und Stannge, Baker. Johnson in Great Form Washington. April was helpless before Walter and Washington won 4 toJQ, hitting Foster hard In the seven Lit and eighth innings Only 29 batters faced Johnson, three of the five visitors who got-on .being thrown out on the bases. Boston vhicli brought in the winning run; JOBS "Wlllnrd lakes a nerve tonic, (Anybody that pulls down foi tangoing thirty minutes with another truck wagon needs nothing for his aierves. O'DONNELL W-'NS FRESNO RACE Fresno, Cal., April Tore a crowd of people Kddio O'Donnell won the 300- mile Raisin classic trophy auto race today frarn a field of 17. Q'Donnell's lime was Parson was second and Elliott was third. SEE PAGES 19161ndian Fattett StockMotorcycle on the Market. BICYCLE REPAIRS Cheapest and Best D. E. NacDonald GUNSMITH and INDIAN MOTORCYCLE Agent. 407 5th St. S. Phone 1032 Pittsburg Kantlehncr, Cooper, Harmon, Miller, Jacobs and Wilson. Schmidt: Moseley, McICeiiery, Schneider and Clarke.1 Chicago vs St. Louis, rain. INTERNATIONAL SUNDAY GAMES A.I Toronto.............. 3 7 4 Newark............. 6 5 2 Smith, McQuillan and and Egan, At Rochester 4 3 Providence..........--. 9 10 2 Kramer, Hersche and Casey; Bauni- gartnei' and YeUe. At Montreal............ 9 7 3 Baltimore............ t> 2 6 Cadoro, Prieste and Madden; De- inney, Thormahlin and McAvoy. SATURDAY GAMES Newark 5; Toronto 2. Baltimore 10: Montreal 3 Baltimore 3; Montreal 4 Richmond 3; Buffalo 1. Providence 7; Rochester R. Boland, McTigue, Boehler, Erickson, Cunningham and Stallage. t Chicago Beat St. Louis St. Louis, April hitting and errors by their opponents enabled Chicago to win from St. Louis here today, 0 to '2. Chicago.............. 6 10 0 St. Louis............. 2 7 0 Scott and Schalk; Groom, Parks and Hartle ..Medicine -Hat, April Tlw HORW- iiiitionjj which liave lnien in progress for some time, relative to the salo of the RedL'lih'e Holling Mills, oulmiiKLt- cd yesterday in the piircliusi; uf that r.lont Hv tim Co. Tlie tQ be- paid will ed by The Keddiff Uolling is con-. by -Medi-jim; Hat capital and Is the most modem pi.iin of its kind in Canada. Individual members of the pur chasing corporation are largely in- crested in tlie Foun- dry and Supply Company, which was recently mnrged with (hu Iitti-niatioii- al Supply Company and other manu- facturing plants of the west itnrt arej also concerned with the cstablish- mnnt In western Canada of the 7.inf which Med- amelter, the location of ii_-ini: Hat lias Ijeen swkinff. H is generally conceded Unit liie actiuireineut of the Redcllrte Rolling Mills will mean the utJlaMishment of tlie smelter at a point between Medi- cine Mat and. Reddiff. London, April to iho Milan correspondent of the Chronicle. it was tlie younger Garibaldi, now serving as an officer in the Alpini, who originated the idea capturing, the summit of Col di Lana, the lofty moun- tain barring the Italian advance into the Cordevole valley iu the Dolomites, by tunnelling under It and blowing the whole top off the enter- prise which the Italian troops recently accomplished. A Long Task The task began on Christmas Day, the dispatch says, of boring a gallery 250 feet through solid rock. The tun- nel was made large enough 1'or two men to rush up it abreast to the as- sault after the explosion, and the mine charge consisted of ten tons of blast- ing gelatin and dynamite, while the shaft was closed with u massive shield of steel armor plate to protect the shaft and also permit it to be prompt- ly opened for a charge after the ex- plosion. The was set off at 11.30 Sun- day night and more than 200 Austrian; were lulled in the explosion, while the position was swiftly rushed by the Italians. Magrath Citizens Banquet Soldiers (CONTINUED FROM FHOKT PAGE) NORTHWESTERN SATURDAY GAMES Great Falls............ G Tacoma ___'.......... 1 White and wider, Belford and Roberta. Vancouver............ 7 Spokane.............11 Russell ami Altaian; Murray and Noble. Seattle 1 7 2 Butte...............-2 4 Eastley and Cadman; Mofkle and Hoffman. SUNDAY GAMES Butte............... 3 vff 1 Seattle 0 V 1 Hendrix and Hoffman; MclveK Gla- ench and Cadman. ireat Falls............ .7 'fi 0 facoma l fl 2 Calio and Hawortli; BIgbce, Ely, South and Roberts, Vancouver AMERICAN ASSOCIATION SATURDAY GAMES Columbus 1; Minneapolis 4. Toledo 2; St. Paul 1. Indianapolis 3; Kansas City 0. Louisville 4; Milwaukee 3. SUNDAY GAMES Jndianapolis Kansas'City 1. Milwaukee 3; Louisville 4. St. Paul 1; Toledo 0. Minneapolis 2; Columbus o. THYE WINS FROM NELSON Lewislon, Idaho, April the wrestling match Tuesday evening Ted Thyo succeeded in defeating Carl son, taking two falln out of three, Hilly McKcvfU was referee. Acosia und Altman; Webb, Shader and Murray. PACIFIC COAST SATURDAY GAMES Portland Vernon 1. Kranclsro 5. Los Angoles 2; Oakland 1, SUNDAY GAMES Morning Lake 0; San Francisco 5. Afternoon Lake 3; Snn Francisco 0. Morning .tj. Los Angeles 5. Afternoon !J; Los Angeles 4. Portland 5; Veruon 2. '..'V Lieut. F. Karren respond- ing.. The toasting was interspersed with appropriate from the Ray- mond Knight Academy orchestra, specially engaged for the occasion. F. C. Steele. sang "It's a Long1 Way to everyone joining in the chorus. At the conclusion all drank a toast iih Cant, X. T. Beenian, to tlie honor of James Flynn, one of our-sons, who sacrificed his life just recently on the battlefields of France. As the soldiers repaired to the aud- itorium, for the program, red and white carnations were pinned on them by members of fair sex. Mayor Hardie's address was .the first number on the program. He ap- peared in fine trim, speaking for 4 minutes and was urged to continue when he thought his time was up. He denounced militarism, in no uncei tain terms, and stated that German} had long ago seen the handwriting on the wall, that Kaiser Bill's dnntn' was sealed as a conqueror, when his hordes were repulsed and driven back fron Paris; In regard to conscription, h favored it, and thought -selection th' proper course to pursue, send the physically fit before tlie weaker ones Ho paid'irlbute to the British nav> which has been vigilant day and nigh and stated that the empire was in no immediate danger as long as Sir John Jellicoe rode the waves. iMayor Hardie was followed by a vocal solo, from Miss Erma Karren of Lethbridge. who gave a very able rendition of "Somewhere In France.' An original poem, a eulogy to the was given hy Mrs. Olive A selection from Use' choir, undei the direction of J. O. "Tent- ing on the Old Camp was much enjoyed. Mr. Ball, the next was pleased to be present. He paid, trib- ute to and spoke in high terms of the Canadian soldier who won fame and distinction on the battlefields In the past; and'felt he had hot deteriorated since. He praised Magrath on the prominent men she was sending for service. Alberta's faithfulness regard to recr.uUing was mentioned, and ho'" was giad he was a Canadian, especially during this great war. After the.speech Mrs. a. K. Wright render- ed R piano solo entitled Siege of Luck- now, in an Inspiring manner. Thus concluded the best banquet, and patriotic entertainment ever held In the history .of Magrath. Much credit is due the untiring efforts of Den.iity Mayor Bennion, and S. R, Wright, of the patriotic committee. CALIF-'QRNIA BANKER DEAD 29. Owen H. the National Los Angolcs. April Churchill, founder- of Bank of California and formerly heav- ily Interested in cattle in Montana, died at his home here today after a brief illness. He was 76 years old. His fortune was at more than is-survived by the The Goodyear Tire and Rubber the United Great South South you ever realized the tremendous ramifications of these world-wide institutions that are supplying better tires for every nation? All of these corporations do not manufacture but purchase from the Goodyear Tire and Rubber Co. of Canada and The Goodyear Tire and Rubber Co. of being shipped con- tinuously from Uowmauville, Ont., and Akron, Ohio. A m Gives You Goodyear Superiority at a Compare These Prices Were NOT Made in Canada, They Would Cost But Gooclyears ARB in Canada, So They Cost You t size PLAIN ALL-WEATHER SIZE .PLAIN ALL-WEATHER 32x35- 21.87 25.58 34x4- 31.92 37.34 44.96 52.65 37x5- 52.44 65.55 18.95 22.75 34x4 28.10 33.80 39.35 47.20 37x5- 45.45 54.50 Only because Goodyear Tires are made in Canada, can we sell them at these low prices. Study the figures given here. You can sec the actual saving to you in dollars and cents because Good- year Tires are made in Canada. Preferred Above All Others -A census of-71 principal cities of the United States that every fifth car is equipped, with Gqbd3rear Tires. This despite the fact that there'are some two hundred other brands, most of which sell in" the United States at a lower price than Goodyears. Were all'tires equal dollar lor dollarin the eyes of those motorists, only of 1 pf the tires in use therc should be Goqdyears, whereas the census showed' 21% Good- yeatSi- -IjThis unusual preference extends to Canada also. IJYet many of those two' huiuired other brands not made in Canada are offered to you here in Canada. are usually asked to pay prices from to .50 per cent, higher than the prices at which those brands are offered in their home markets. may be offered tires not made ia Canada at a" price, size for size, as.low as Goodyear prices. But you know that in the markets from whence they are exported, they are offered at prices much lower in comparison to Goodyears and yet do not acquire leadership. Goodyear Made-in-Canada Products means more than keeping hundreds of workers employed. It means a direct immediate saving to you on each purchase. MADE EAR I CANADA BRITISH BIRDMAN SETS NEW ALTITUDE RECORD FOR WORLD London, April G. Hawker, made a world's alti- tude record in an aeroplane at Wednesday, ac- cording to an announcement made by the Aero club here. Hawker ascended to a height of Eeet. WOLGAST DEFEATS JOE Former Lightweight Champion Leads in Every Round Denver, Col., April Wolgast former lightweight champion won HOPE THAT IRISH REVOLT WILL HAVE EFFECT ON PROPAGANDA IN THE UNITED STATES London, April Cologne Ga- zette appears to expect no success from the Sinn Fein revolt iu Heuter's Amsterdam correspondent telegraphs. "It cautions its readers not to over-estimate the effect which the disturbances will have on the political and military situation in Eng- land, and points out the strength ot the British forces in Ireland." The Gazette continued: "One must ask, however, at a mo- ment when a solution is being sought of the tense situation between the United States and Germany, what im- pression news of the disturbances in Dublin will have on millions of Irish- ia North America. We must wait referee's decision over Joe Flynn ofjto see what attitude they will take Denver at the end of a 15-round con-1 toward President Wilson's demands test We last The former 'and how far their influence extends on champion led in eVery vutiuu. The the parties which must reckon with Denver fighter was game and many this factor in tlie elections." times 'bored in, but it was evidentl Not Permitted to Comment. that the former rtmster of the light-! London, April German press weight'class was too much, for tlie: has not been permitted to comment younger man. Wolgaflt scored a knockdown i: SEE PAGES 6 7 llbei ately sailed Into war zone pro- claimed by the Germans, and that saa was operated at a low rate "of speed, making her a comparatively i tim of torpedoes. ,UI] in thelbn The palm and fingers oC a new gtovaf for a golf player are provided With .ai number of ridges of. flexible leather to increase his hold on his clubs. I OWE ninth -round, but Flynn quickly re- gained his At the close he was "ANAEMIC PEOPLE Need More Iron in the Blood If you are anaemic, you need more Iron in your blood, and the tell-tale symptoms are a pale lips, ashen finger nails, poor circula- tion, and short brealh, and more ser- dresses are easily contracted when in this condition. Mr.-W. II- Hodges, of Kansas City, Mo., Bays: "I suffered from the ef- fects of bad blood, was run-down, clizr-y. had headaches and did not feel'like working. 'I had tried Beet Iron and Wine without (any help. After lading Vino! four days I no- .Iced an" improvement and Its con- tinued use built up any blood and my bad feelings disappeared like magic." The -hart effects of poor, devitalized jlood cannot be overestimated, and it is th_e; peptonate of Iron and the :rue cqSi liver-extracts contained in Vinol, with beef peptone, hat enri.ches tlie blood, improves the circulation and In .this natural man- ner builds iip health l and strength. datigh'ters and a son, the our guarantee. latter a. student at Stanford uiilver- A Co., Lhnltcd, Letlibrldge', on the Sir Roger Casement incident, nt prints telegrams from Dutch pa- pers with "regard to the trouble in Ire- land, says the correspondent ot the Exchange Telegraph company at Am- sterdam. The Cologne Volks Zeitung is quoted by the correspondent as saying that! tlie .situation in Ireland must be j by-Germany, especially in. view of the present American crisis, i the adventure succeeded, it would have "had Immense influence on feel- ing in America towards Germany, but things have happened it will dp little good." WHO IS RESPONSIBLE FOR SINK- ING OF LUSjTANiA? New York, April judge and MY HEALTH To Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg- etable Compound, Washington Park, III. am mother of four children and have suf- fered with female, trouble, backache, nervous spells and the blues. My.chil- dren's loud talking and romping; would make me so nervous I could just tear everything to pieces and I would ache all over antf feel so sick that I-would not want anyone to talk to me at times. Lydia E. Pinkham'j Vegetable Compound and Liver Pills re- stored me to health and I want to thank you for the good they have done me. I have had quite a bit of trouble and worry but it does not affect my youth- jury In the federal, court'here wilLbel fill looks. My friends say .'Why do you called upon to fix responsibility for j look so young and well7 lowcit.all' the sinking of the Lusitania and the to the Lydia E. Pinkham remedies." resulting loss of life'and property, hy virtue of a damage suit that has been filed. Mrs. Mae Davles Hopkins, widow of Albert Lloyd Hopkins', who was drown- ed when the Lusftania sank, asks damages of the Cuuard com- pony, alleging'the company was snlaly responsible for the sinking ol the ship. Hopkins, at the'time of his: death, was president of the Newport News Stcumship company, sirs. .Hopkins alleges 'that (ho LusuaniK was de-' EOBT. Moore Avenue, Washington Park, Illinois.. We wish every woman who from female troubles, nervousness, backache or the blues could see the let- ters written by women made well by Ly- dia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound- If you'have any. symptom :you would like to know write to tin Lydia E. Pinkhani Medicine Co., Lynn, 'Mass., for helpful advict given fnrfof ;