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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 6, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta T II K LETHBItlDGE DAILY HERALD j-AGB THRWS put up "'much resistance, brief rest, he was ike a after Walker won mi: our and lliree-uuarter minutes ,the men came lo the mat after ,1 couple of minutes' rest, CarreU-wad- cli'liTand 'nevcrlct up'until shoulders were pinned to the cmiv.ib. fn'linfor five'minutes by bridging and g. t tie same time supporting almost the entire weight of bis opponent. OAKRETT SHOWED SPEED iaCh illMlUUIH-'lif, 'DIRTY SAYS WALK Wt Wilier immediately claimed that CiaVJett had dirty work throw him and said that, bib Ing, 'NATIONAL Philadelphia 'hicago..... Boston St. Louis Brooklyn W. Til tl 10 111 Garretl seems to have lost none of the "strength and cunning which possessed in the old'days and w uch wii sufficient to take a fall out of ,c At the start oi the match he playec', a dc- I'.C. .701! .61! .563 .Soli .500 .389 .333 .333 tically that London, May i.-The.Chester Vase JKI.OOO, for three- and tour-year-olds, ono mile and es and Cowdv Aitchison and in on ttie flans, lllancy." .he old cry comus back today across the years. These years have widened into a Valley of Time, 'lluil vallcv separates the days wlitn lilaii- ev McCluirc went in mi tlie opposing defence ill lacrosse from the day when Illaney's son, Lieut. Harry II. in on Hie (leriiiau de- fence 'in battle. "Go iu on the flags, Hlaiiev." How that cry was started by Hie. Held cap- tain of the Diillerin Lacrosse Club, and taken up on the voices of the i angcvlilo people who followed the i fortunes 'of. the home team. Blaney is now ill his lifties. The ll'io'oBle y.'lio cliesred him are all gone lor grown old. The tragedy oi the sol-I Idicr's death is linked with the In-j umpllB of the lacrosse player's lilc. j The proud thought ui tlie son's on- ward rush to battle recalls the bap- pier times when tlie father answered the call, "Cto in on the Hags, lllan- words picture lllancy .YIcGuiiej as he turned the tide of many a la- j cross: battle. Thc square shoulders, j strong body, the spmi and-dclerinin-i ation bis quick eye and nimble feet G carried him straight ia on the Hags. Few were the. 'defence players Blaney 1st EPISODE OF TONIGHT "The Black Box" Two Thousand Feet of Real Thrills Mystery and Revelations. THE GKEATET SERIAL EVER SEEN DON'T MISS THE FIRST EPISODE TONIGHT Helen Gardner in "Underneath the Paint" McCarly. New York (Philadelphia Struud awl Myers Alexander, Ocschgcr and Hums and Adams. St. Louis at Pillsburg, postponed, cold weather. Cincinnati l Chicago Dale and Clark Zabel ami Brcsna- haa. Northern league franchise and claimants of the pres ent right, compounded with 11. L.. I Vchb ho dcr of the Burmcisler lea- gue franchise, so that it was agreed i terms of settlement with the execp-1 t on that it- was a most amicable one and should serve to put baseball on a firm footing in Winnipeg. Throi who'started at 100 to S. Col. Hall Walker's White Prophet v 7 to 4, was second, and the w Duke of Westminster's Lax- ford, 0 to 4, third. v Mclluire could not town needed another win tiic mateb. Today Ulaney .McGuire and his wife mourn, as other father; and mothers mourn, the death oi their lirst-boni Orangeville is juincd, as too many Canadian towns and villages arc joined, or will he joined, lo the fields on which the issues oi the world war are decided. Purple Hill is brought near to the plains oi Bel- gium thc Credit river to the The red brick Public school and the HHi school that sent Harry McGuirc AMERICAN Detroit...... New York........ Chicago.......... Boston.......... Washington Cleveland........ PMiinelphia...... St. Louis...... Chicago Cleveland Scott and and O'Neil. la 11 .300 .474 .313 Daley ilorton out" to the C.P.R. where be learned telegraphy, and served as a. relieving these shaped thc character of thc boy who played the game oi war as his father played the I game oi lacrosse. Thc life of Lieut, 'qe-'Harry R. McGuire, in its beginnings, "s-'r, its training and its ambitions, was made in the pattern of many Cana- dian lives, too soon gone out- through the an ves, o he Smoke of Battle into the Light f Eternity. Canada has no reason to he ashamed of the parents, the homes, the and tlie trades that taught thousands of Canadian- lives and die as for getting the parties together, the members oi both .sides were in con-, ference this afternoon. It did not' take long to come to an agreement and as a result Messrs, ii. i in ted, J. A. EKingcr, A. W Black- secn on lhc city burn 0. wgs pla tb? latter still "at thc head and it is understood, still holding the con- trolling-interest in the dub- Alter (the meeting both sides seemed pleased over the settlement. Vashington iOStOIl to live as clean iivf.i...... mi; ao heroic deaths as Harry McGuirc and other sons-of Ontario lived and died. "Go in on' the flags, to- Telegram-. mm One of the fastest sets of tennis seen on thc city courts I Jlondav afternoon to set- ladies' chain pions hip. Mrs G. Oliver and Miss Ethel were, the competitors and the latter won in two sets 7-5 and 0-1. During some games the ball was kept in the air almost thc whole time. Word was received from the Medi- cine Hat Tennis club to tile effect that it would be unable to arrange a match with the Lclhbridge clubfoi the a-illi 'oi JIav. The Tennis'club has Boston Mass., May 5. Ban J- 'Johnson president of the American league today declared himseii in ia- .VM ot' withdrawins from the courts suits between organized baseball and the Federal league. A suggestion to this effect ftom Philip Ball president of tlie St Louis club of the Federal league, he said, met with his approv- al Mr. Johnson explained that in an earlier statement to the effect hat he was willing to have tne suit m Boehllng and Henry lady. _ 'biladelpbia York Wyckoff and Schang Iwccney, Detroit J It. Louis ljuhuc anil SIcKeo Loudermilk and Agnew. Shore and 3 1 Keating and BOB BURMAN CAPTURES AUTO SWEEPSTAKES Oklahoma City, Okla., .May Bnrman won the 200 miles southwest sweepstakes automobile road race, fcr a purse of His time was 2 hours 50 minutes 3-5 seconds. Dave Lewis Avas John Raimey bird. FEDERAL Chicago Pittshurg Newark Brouklya Kansas City St. Louis Baltimore Buffalo.'. W. 12 11 11) L P.C. .632 .579 .579 .526 .500 .444 .429 S S il ii 10 13 13 WHITE KNOCKED OUT MURPHY Boston, May White, oi knocked out Eddie Murphy of 'this city in the seventh round ot a scheduled 12 round bout tonight. The men are lightweights. .316 St. Louis Brooklyn Davenport and Chapman Finneran and Land. Lafltte, Montreal-Shoving complete mas- Chicago terv oi all the finer points of thc Baltimore f lit- 6ame: Jlu wila iviittiie ihe Illinois federal court, now decision by Judge Landis. with- drawn he did not refer to this case in particular. "The suggestion, jny acceptance of he said, re- feature (erred lo suits gmurally. Baseball n ch at gl should have been kept out of .he 6 courts and it is not now too late w reach an agreement outside of the court rooms, I believe. COULDN'T UNDERSTAND voung Walrtez Zbyszko, a Wo- of Stanislaus Zbyszko, the cfalmant of the world's heavyweight of Tiaau, the Russian mat' aSt much difficulty heavyweight wrest iohmer Park, Zbyszko mixed Suggs and Now York, May John Tsner of the league when taking two straight fa stvles in hadf an hour. The scientific exhibition given bj voung has not been surpass- ed at Sohmer Park this season, and, Hcndrix and Wilson Owens. Pittsburi' at wet grounds. Kansas City at Buffalo, postponed, wet grounds. ORPHEUM Vaudeville and Pictures Country Store TONIGHT FIRST PRIZE, SILVER FERN DISH with Plumosus Fern Twelve Prizes in of Flour, Groceries, Etc. Dancing Vernons Demonstrating the Latest Ball Room Craze. Tonight's Dances are the Pavlowa Gavotte, Fox Trot, Brazillienne Maxixe. Chauncy Irland NOVELTY SINGER False Evidence Three Part Dramatic Feature of Tremendous Appeal TWO REELS OF SOLID LAUGHTER ORPHEUM ORCHESTRA Best- in the .West Matinee, 5 'lOc Eve, CLABBY OUTPOINTS McCOY Now York, N.Y., May Clabby of Hammond, Ind., outpointed AL McCoy of Brooklyn, claimant o, the middleweight title, in every round of a ten-round bout in Brooklyn, to- night. Clabby, however, was occa- sionally puzzled by McCoy's awkward stj'le of fighting. The weights were: Clabby, 154; McCoy, e a om in fact, be compares .favorably ,Ike best that have appeared here, in- -r OI WIG o-- LKU ni Ban Johnson's statement! .-hidim; DeRouen, Amenciis, Lcmaun lelative to withdrawing baseball suits I the older Zbyszko. He showed from the Illinois courts said that he ,nore speed than any of thc_ anme, did not understand thc American lea-I his lightning-like gue's executive's remarks, Newark, postponed, INTERNATIONAL TT T I ati he knew there was no intention aV this time on the part of organized baseball in general and the National league in particular to withdraw the case now before Judge Landis. NOTHING DOING French Lick, Ind., May know nothing of the agreement for the withdraw! of the suit between or- rican lea-ijus lignllilng-iiKe President -ing his slow-thinking opponent. Kbyszko is as near a perfect build for the sport which he follows as could well be imagined, weighing about 320 pounds, with not an ounce of superfluous flesh and with muscles i that are indicative oi the great! strength which he possesses. Al- though Tigai. outweighed his oppon- ent by at least thirty pounds, the latter tossed him about as he would Providence Toronto Richmond.. Buffalo...... Montreal Jersey City Rochester.. Newark..... Montreal j Richmond Rochester 'rovidencc P.O. .750 .600 .500 .500 .500 .500 .333 .250 feather mattress. There was no comparison between the two combat- ants, and it looked .-is if could pin the Russian's shoulders to rwiinarawi ui ganized baseball and the Federal lea- gue in the United States court, at Chicago and will not consent such v an asserted James A. wnenever he felt like it Gilmore, president of the Federal lea- ___________ rue here today. "The federal lea- due was 'organized because it was felt there was room for a third major JcaElie We are perfectly satisfied with the conditions in our organiza- tion at the present time.' HERZOG SUSPENDED FOR "HITTING UMPIRE RIGLER 'oronto Jersey City Newark-Buffalo, wet grounds. New York, N.Y., 'May John K. of the National league yesterday that he had sus- pended Charles HerzoB, manager of the Cincinnaati club, for five days for hit altercation, with Umpire Higler at 8t last Saturday. Umpire Hart, arbitrated on the bases during the 8t game, was also reprimanded by Presldont Toner for not following the disputed tfay closely, thus necessitating an appeal to Rlgler behind the plate which caused the lat- ter to become involved in fisticuffs nrltb Hmpg. OP OEFEWS fflCH New York, N.Y., May 5.r-.Tim Coffey, the Dublin giant, knocked out Al Ueicb, the New'York .heavyweight, in the third round of what was to have been a ten-round bout at Madison Square Garden tonight.' The fight was regarded as especial- ly interesting, because It is though! Coffey'may eventually meet Willard for the championship. JOHN BARLEYCORN EVERYTHING For Health by Lydia Veg- etable Compound. Canadian women are continually writ- ing us such letters as the two following, which are heartfelt expresiioni of grati- tude, for restored health: Glanford Station, have ken Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- pound and never found any medicine to compare with it I had ulcers fall- ing of womb am doctors did me n Miss Eleanor Moran and tlie Lyric Quartette, both of -whom have achieved great jiopularit} .For tomorrow and Saturday, "The Battle of the Bridge" promises to, episode of "The plent> otc im 'Orpart Key- stone comedy. Ijouisville Columbus Indianapolis Milwaukee St. i'aul 4 I ChJMfervili.e, Ont 1 5 medicinesjiighly praised, t--- -t, ip.nRd-at tlie lieuiu> i-u- 1 began: tiitiihg.themforfalling01 wurav a'cajs maj, bc 'rtscrvcd for cither 3 and ovarian trouble. ieveninK performance. 51 My left side pained me pie celebrated photodrama is just before my periods which were j astounding success all 8 i irreEUlM and painful be worse, j Calgary, and wRi doubt- 7 j To si't down caused me pain and suffer- j Vjven 'a hearty reception Kansas City at Minneapolis, post- poned, rain. _ ling and 1 would be so nerTow sorne- I times that I could not bear to Me any one or hear any ono speak. Little specks NORTHWESTERN Vancouver Spokane Tacoma Victoria Seattle Aberdeen (12 one or ear an would float before my eyei UK) I was 1 always constipated. 9 1 "I caonqt say too much for Lydia E. 1! Pinkham's Vegetable. .Compound and I Liver Pills, for tliere no medicines 3 j like I taken them 41 recommend them to al! women. Yon may publish this testimonial." Mrs. STE. 9 I CHEN J. OnUrio, 8 ess be qiven a iiraiLj Lelllbridge next fa tics will be n m uperb cndwi. to local inem AT THE EMPRESS "The Rose of with Bessie Barriscale and an all-Belasco company, is one of the most elaborate- ly prepared photo plays over shown In being re- with magnificent, scenic open-air stage tics w e .t... hers D-, the A. and otlicr bodies. giving aniiile scope for' the move ments of the mourned, raiders, and the ers of w he they cavalry. Other pictures of "The ever neen. in Saturday pew dance number! will and the CALL TO SURRENDER JOKE FOR CANADIANS London, May Coiporal Woodruffc of the 2nd Battalion, and, others related incidents they witness- ed during the numerous engagements. Corporal said "Friday morning last during tho fighting around Ipres, a German sol immediately fa'ins us and 'walked toward that in we were located, at the same time holding his hands in the air In DroK-, en English he shouted to us to sur render, and. walking toward us until he came quite near, he continued to shout his summons for.surrender until our boys were quite tickled We, Invit, ed him io join us, but as he did not, seem inclined-to accept our invitation, we shouted to him to go back He turned around and Wgaye him oppor- tunity to return to hit com; rades. Then the tirlnj begin ;