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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 3, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE THREE THE LET H Bill MONDAY, MAY'S, 191 1) A I I. V H E K A L D As "Cleopatra" in UNDERNEATH A THREE REEL BROADWAY THE TROUBLESOME CAT1 THE LEAP FROM THE WATER TOWER" NATIONAL Philadelphia ChlcaKo ll.iulnll Cincinnati St. Louis Ilrcoklyn I'iUslllll'K York. nr niliiyninM OF CHAMnun A NORMAN OF LETHBRIDGE WON ,.NQ DIVISION OF ALBERTA BOUTS AT BROKE BONE IN HAND AND COULD NOT NIGHT IN LIGHTWEIGHT SATURDAY ,_, .1S bo.u'l' as Ti SECOND land was m hfllcr FORREST MADE A .ntlv GOOD SHOWING. HI tl'c Kilmontoii I Alexander (1 Kiliiii-r. 'itt-sliurg Standridgc and Urrainliiill KanlleliM. Colcn.a.i and s. "s; idly Football League Ready to Start Season on Good Financial Basis 'billies of AlhCl'ta vile ,i tn'.-t.ni 1 lllllll'S (l r Cincinnati n. Douglas, r, 7 1 i There was an encouraging attcnd- 11 at the- meeting of the football amljdulis of the city at -K ,j .Inline of endea.oi lie e anulwilU Si PRKTTY (1001) It looked very even t Hnyder. u-ill he -.i Cullies! city league champions of j s AT 8 "S -t TUESDAY, MAY 10-11 AFTERNOONS AT 3.00. Boswarth inc., present, the Widely Motion Picture Present Day of the Present Day JOHN BARLEYCORN The Pictured'story of JACK LONDON'S Own Life. SHOWING ALL THIS WEEK: IN THE MAGNIinCENT' "GRAND" THEATRE, CALOARY. scries oi hard wallops which day was j J J 0; tllo spojis. The iHe'artin-re' r at the end of ('.c jwHIi one exceplio.i: The welterweight save a go....... tuoiiiscives', and tlicir sliowinR with the crowd's approval, turned to l.cthbridge this morning. Phillips, Norman's victim, wascail-j': cd the human lath. He stood a head j taller than Norman, but weighed I three pounds under the bantam limit.. SUNDAY GAMES "is l> Coumbe and O'Neill 'auuisardner, Loudermilk i uunti i i their fellow players separated them. Herzog was taken lo the clubhouse iw-itli a bleeding nose and discolored I ,.vr. Rieler showed few marks of the I "encounter. St. l.ouis won from the I visitors, 'J to 5. _______' DAVIS MAKES BEST .pOLF SCORE In ing on about even with TOLD IllUlllJUl Ul made as to why Koimic JlcDonald, tlle coalhurst welterweight who ap-1 a dilicienl story to tell, no rrd in tno bouts here last fall uid aount To l.ouis (Kid) Sealer ho- {a McDonald left lonis'the credit oi the Edmonton I 5 ts a Of months ago ho4rs' display of talent. The Likewise did Red Mor- professional has organized the Ed- who. appeared in the houts here. Dubuc V Scott, Fabw, j .V number of enquiries have teen iwcligang and Sclialk. I nc tn win- Ronnie McDonald, II Turns Best Card in Exposition Medal Play Chicago FEDERAL w. it professional has org monton club fnr rhf LC-ISU niu iim ..iu.- JS. in the houts here. 10 11 9 San Francisco, Cal., May i Davis, a San Francisco amateur, turn- ed in the nest score today in the first 18 holes of the 72-hole Panama-Pacific exposition onen golf championship foi P.C. I medal play." There were 75 amateur .688 and professional players comue.ing. .588 Charles Thorn, a professional of Bur '-inaame, had the next best card, wit, __ X' V proDablv 11, most finished when Day beat nS'innrnuihl'- foinlitioncd cotrricoiibunt was stopped in the thiitt round Bnltlinore........ maeur cluh'b. in Canaua to- Saturday night to save the OaIga y forced him to ,uit, Sealer', ch-g, fron, a fhe round of Han- run, and in the third r kin's superb condition wot.and the e -1': ,.nc liRht-1 Day tore into Convey a.id same may he said in to Da' champion, hales irnm Alba- 'outpointed him at i Watson, NORMAN 'H'XDE GOOD SHOWTNCf 'basca Landing, be ha ie lsiionld Ivivf met to decide second Letbbridge'did not cunie far short t too carried on huacc, but the judges decided not Kansas City F hiintamWeiCnC V.v.tT. .1.1... I n-jrl.v to COlllPetJ, S 10 12 e, a .563 ITS" Walter Hagen of Roohnster, I national open chammon, took 74 an. Charles Evans, jl.. Ch: cago western amateur champion, ir> The '.laying of the 72 holes is to b :-tl .333 .333 1 II) 2 gOO RMervei Seat! tor each Evenino. Performance. PLAN OPENS THURSDAY AT HE0LEX DRUG CO. PRICES: NIGHTS-IAII 25C; Children completed tomorrow. GOVERNOR- KILLS. BOXING Michigan Executive Vetoes Legisla- tive Bill i Lansing.' l.-Governor Ferris today vetoed the boxing bill, which was passed this week by the state legislature. Tile bill provided for a state athletic commission to reg- I'iate boxing matches. HARD-LOOKING RUFFIANS" Ottawa, private message just received by an Ottawa man gives the following extract from a letter written by a British officer, April 24: "to the last fight the Can- adiand. fought like very devils lay next to them about six weeks ago and they made our men look like ulgmles. They are 'great, big, Imi'd- nnkins ruffians and'they have proved more than a match for the Germans. For three davs and three nights tbe> stuck to almost untenable positions, ORPHEUM Vaudeville and Picture! CHAUNCY IRLAND Irish Character Singer BILLIE BROW.N With Her Latest Ragtime Hits SAM. KIKE HERMAN Monologue and Songs THE PATH OF SORROW Three Part Dramatic Feature.of Powerful Appeal 2000 FEET OP QRAMA AND 'HEARTY LAUGHTER PAR EXCELLENCE, ORPHEUM ORCHESTRA Best In the City. -MatS.ftlOc, Eve. 104156.. I should have met to owiuc tes too carried oH but the judges decided LO Kimsas City wrestling call upon eillisr party to compel-, ,tiluore owiii" to Convery's condition aitei_ his ?o with Dav'anil the. lateness ol the bour. They both claim second honors Jimmy Lush, however, ap- Cullop iiiaciiburn, Johnson and BclvllWi Quinn and Owens. YAMADA MAKES HIGH AVERAGE 4 ll 0 Beats Mornlngstar 300 to 240 In Eight 'and Chapman j IrnMngs Seattle, Wash., May Yam 5 3 I ada beat Ora Morningstar here Fnuaj 10 0 night by a.score of 300 to 240. ue ne'ciSthe' an Flr.t In the a Leader. Brantford Bicycles It. I. better to pay the price ot a Good Bicycle than penaltj of a poor Standard ic Cushion and TlMl hy the Dunlop Tire Co. Two or Three Speed Gears Fitted. CYCLES OVERHAULED, PLATED AND ENAMELED. Lethbridge Cycle Co. 110 fIFTH STREET SOUTH. j never suffered a defeat and won a Editor of the Herald. Buying an Indian MOTOKOY.CLE II Means keeping the money in I the country! THERE IS NO WAR TAX PRICE ON THE "INDIAN" Indian Motorcycles BUILT IN CANADA One, Two and Three Speeds Prices F'rom: to Vanadium Steel Construction Tiio Indian IB recognized as the leader throughout tlie other maltorn copy. Bloyole Repairer fi. Qunsmith 1032 5th Street. Allen. '280 he closeo tne'gane o ed run of 19- Yamada is a wondeifu GAMES Julialo Second Buffalo Chicago 4 3 G a INTERNATIONAL Allen Me- Conncll, Brown aiisi Fischer. First game- Si.. Louis Jlontic Providence: Toronto .lersoy City Rochester ci i nllis uocnt-oLc -3 "Buffalo. Plank and Chapman Falkenhurg niclinion i and RaridVn. Second St. I.miis CU'onmc and Hartley and liaric'cii. ____ iPittshurg........................ BrooKlvn -a SI 1 5 I Kaiscrling Newark Rochester 1 t Montreal O Newark Buffalo 2 Proiidencr it} 7. 4 0. n Lafitte and Land. AM. ASSOCIATION Cleveland 7, Columbus li. Indianapolis 0, Louisville 2. Milwaukee 7, Minneapolis Kansas .City. 3, St. I'aul 1. Kochrstcr 1 Jersey C Hoi tie.i 1, Newark t Second game- Montreal 1 Froi ideiice S Bunalo 4 jNOKTHWESTERN Victo'ria 5, Spokane 31, Seattle 2, Vancouver 0. Aberdeen 1, Tacoma 3. and closed the eaps the GermanB made PLUCKY CA1TAIN OF BRAVES INJURED Maranvllle and Sebmidt of the Brave, carrying little Johnny Ever, ott Ule e ar r he had inured in the game .He BrooklSn Xrav examination dlsclo8ed a broken bone, .pralned 1 tendon He has gone to hii home at Troy, N. Y, Md probabl) be out to. a couple of ;