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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 9, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, 191C. TIIF, DAILY HKIUI.D PAGE THREE FOR SALE BY THE LETHBR1DGE CYCLE CO. 110 5th St. S. HIWLIUJUM CLEVELAND MAKES IT EIGHT STRAIGHT; JOHNSON TRIMMED NATIONAL Won Brooklyn Boston Chicago Cincinnati Philadelphia St. Louis Plttsburg New York .067 7 8 111 AMERICAN Won Cleveland Washington New York Ltoston .500 I Detroit .474 I Kt. Louis .143 Took Game Apiece Chicago, May anil Pitts- burg divided a'donulelieader toduy. In His first fame Williams' homo run In the eighth brought Pitcher McConnell Chicago Philadelphia...... 7 12 Indians' Eighth Straight Cleveland, May .476 .470 .412 .368 ilaved off :i postponed game Detroit day and won :i to 1. It holm? the In- dians' consecutive victory. London, Mav to com room on Ihe purely American-Germ- an questions involved In Ih': German reply to the American note on sub- marine wiir. Lord Robert Cecil, minis- tor of war trade and parliamentary undersecretary for foreign affairs, Bave the Associated 1'rccs yesterday a statement dealing with thn diarsea against Great Britain and OiT.mny'a avowed desire for peace. It says In part: "Since tin- Oerman note contains certain mis-statements of tact respecting the action of Creat Britain the following observations may not be thought out. of place: "The German government states PIttsburK, in a 2 to 1C I ILCJier Pitcher Cooper of I While the lilts were equal llagby was 1 battle. In the i thu more effective with men on bases. Smith starred v.'itll two doubles and a and jVancouvcr Boxer Outfought the Winnipeg Boy in Twelve Rounds iMmonton, May Anderson tot Vancouver again established his Buperiorily over Billy McKanzle ot Winnipeg on Saturday nigbt in a 12- round liout here. With a little generosity, McKonzie Blight be given two rounds, Anderson easily having live. The rest were fair- ly even. However, it was only in one round that McKenzio clearly had the advantage and that was the ninth, when he forced tho milling and pro- tected his face from Anderson's left jabs for the first and only time dur- ing the contest. In the eleventh, Mc- Kenzle'B finish was especially good and he might be given the verdict in this. It was fairly oven up to the last half minute when McKenzie got Anderson hack into McKenzio's corner and with both hands free jammed a series of rights and lefts to tho body and then another volley to the face, and nead while Anderson looked for a chance to clinch. This eleventh round rally arouseO hopes in the supporters of McKenilt that he would do some execution ii the twelfth, but instead It was Ander son who made the grand finish and McKenzie was on the defeusiv throughout the round. aver McKenzie himself after th contest admitted that he was beaten although he showed no marks of th tray. i- .LAWN BOWLINti laux to flldneas. 'ittsburg Chicago Mamaux Hen-j though none of the visitor's drix Prendergast and Allen. figured in the scoring. Washingt Poor OW Giants New York, May made it hree straight from New York today. iecond game, in which errors ases on balls were numerous, tho JIrates, led by Wagner, drove two Cub wirlers from the slab and helped Ma- 6 to 4 victory despite his First game- 1I. single. Detroit............ Cleveland.......... Uuhue and Stallage; O'Neill. Johnson Batted Hard Philadelphia. May new year.. We have not run short of anything in the past nor shall we ran short of anything in the future.'" Rights ot Belligerents "There is a curious contradiction between this statement and the pres- Etritain" Ki'llcd No Neutral j ent appeal on behalf of starving wom- 370 "it id alleged that no such con ,011 and children. However, presum- 'fiiEbv amllsideration ever has been shown to j ing that statement of the chancellor neutrals by Great Britain and her i in the was untrue, it is m- allies. Do the facts hear out these leresting to recall the opinions of two that it has BO far as possible insliluled a far reaching restraint upon Ihe nse of Ihe submarine weapon solely in consideration of neutral interests ami in spite of the fact that those res- trictions were necessarily o" tage to Germany's enemies. of advan- Donaldson Line The Popular Scotch Service Sailings PROPOSED SUMMER SAILINGS. SATUR.NIA.............. May 19 ATHF.NIA May 27 CASSANDRA ATHEN1A July 1 Third Twin Screw Stoamcro, large, comfortable, and very steady at sea Service throughout It "DON- ALDSON" STANDARD. Prepaid Tickets from Scotland la- sued at lowest rates. For rates and other Information apply to any Hualrnad, Steamship Agent, or H. E. LIDMAN, General Agent, Winnipeg, 343 Main Phone M. 5312. Vancouver, B31 Granvllle Street. {iermaiiy is to the task of dis- tribution of victuals. Our stocks of bread and grain will not only be suf- ficient, but will leave an ample re- serve with which to commence the "cooper' and McConncll and! hit Johnson's delivery tor 12 safetiei p j Including three doubles; and drove him Second 4 off the rubber in the eighth inning, and 1 won from Washington today. to 2 1 was poorly supported al errors So far as is known, the j former German statesmen, Prince assertions? measures taken by Great Uritain against German trade cost no neutral life. Great Britain that they are in accord with the prin- ciples of international law, and is pre- pared to make good that claim. They Blsmark and Count Caprivi, as to the right of a belligerent to cut off suit 2 4 Philadelphia........... -1 1'" Johoson. Boehllns and Ainsmith, Henry; Meyers and Seining. vinning the last game of the series by a score of 6 to 2. Pat Ragan started lis first game at the season tor the Boston, May held the pitched good ball. Pal- world's champions to three hits today, 3raves and mero, New iy, and waa nnings. Boston...... Yankees Shut Out Champions plTes from the enemy. In 1SS5 at th time when his majesty's government was discussing with the French gov- ernment the question of the right to declare foodstuff not intended for mil- itary forces to be contraband. Prince with a policy whose rriiits Bisiiiark made the following state, in in the tragedies of the Lusl- j ment in the Kiel chamber of com- j certainly can compare favorably j far as consideration to neutrals is cot itania, the Arabic ami the Sussex. Excuse Without Foundation "The Germans maintain that was ov.-ing to the illegal cotnluct 01' York's first pitcher, was! and with perfect support, shut knocked out in three Boston. 4 to 0. I New York............ 4 6 10 Oi Boston.............. 2 r> ij :slogridge and Alexander; Gre igim'and Gowdy; Palmero, Strand, Hale and Agnew. merce. 'I reply to the chamber of com- merce that any disadvantage our com- mercial and carrying interests may suffer from the treatment of rice as contraband of war does not warrant Ha...... ______ Scliauor and Dooiii; Alex. Like the Rest j Brooklyn, May Alexander weak- 1 enec1 for a moment In the second inn- No other games scheduled. NORTHWESTERN Brooklyn 2 S n Alexander and Burns; Dell and Mc- Carty. No other games scheduled. Greilt 1 3 Hood British warfare that Germany S shurtenjng of the war by increasing the difficulties of the enemy and is a justifiable step in. war, if impartially enforced against all neutral ships.' "In 1892 Count Caprivi made the "H was noi until March !i, 191f> that the iire.sent measures against German trade Tvere nut in forco by Great Britain. Retore the eni'orcc- offoSS following" riechstagin to the civil population of this j the course of a discussion respectinl ._ .........._. j country, had declared their v BIGVGAME TONIGHT AMERICAN ASSOCIATION j Columbus............'I 12 1 Kansas City........... b George and Pratt; Humphries. Smith and Hargrave. All exceptional game ol oas- ketbail is promised at the Y. 11. C. A. this evening when the "Y" team and the fvlst battery squad come together. Admis- sion free. Game starts at 8. I of instituting a system of submarine j outrages, and had actually snbmarin- ed merchant vessels without warning. Tenderness of a Wolf I "As for their pretended tenderness v i for non-combatants, tlielr slaughter j of old men, children, women and girls 'intention the question of international protee- There will be a special meet- ing of the bethbriage Lawn Bowling clnb, Wednesday even- Ing at eight o'clock Gharp in' the board of trade building. f. t. i> i in Belgium and northern France, not speak of. the uhrenoried proceed- '''Mngr. of their honored allies in Armen- j ia, forever prevents them from being duce. j heard in such a cause. Indianapolis........... i' j j "'The German government speaks j of many millions of women and ciiild- tion; 'A country may be dependent for her food or for her raw produce upon her trade. lu fact, it may oe abao- lutely necessary to destroy an enemy's trade. The private introduction of provisions into Paris was prohibited during the siege i'nd in the same way a nation would be justified in prevent- iie import of food and raw pro- SIX WRESTLING CHAMPIONS New Winners Rsiurned in Eve'ry Class at U. S. Amateur National Meet Newark, N. J., May winners ivere returned in every class in the national amateur wrestling champion- ships here last night. N. Q. Pendle- ton, member of tho New York Athletic club and intercollegiate champion in 191-1-15, easily won the 175-pound title ay defeating Alexander Hedlund. tho New England champion. The su-i.- inaries: lOS-pound Taylor, Na- tional Turnverein, Newark, defeated f.ln" Gans, Morris Athletic Chi- Minneapolis Dawson aril Schang; Owens. Louisville St. Paul.............. Northrop, Middleton and Uphaui and Land. Toledo............... Milwaukee............ Kaiserling, Bedient and Slapnicka, Walker and Mayer: (All games played on the grounds of second named Unnecessary Cruelty "These older German authorities v.erc right. The truth is, all war is ren, who, according to the avowed m- miel gilt those who have tention of the British government, are arenjh8d in blood, who seat- to lie starved and who by their suf- j destruction among combatants ieringa shall force the victorious arm-1 non-combatants bv their Zeppelin ies of the central powers Into an ig- nominmis capitulation. In this con i the German chancellor made th All ideas about how Joe Steelier, tho lowing remarks in the relchstag: 'I f can understand that m the en- Dodge, Neb., wrestler, wins his vmM mi gjve up ,lone o( stan-. INTERNATIONAL and Hail; Gleason and Rey- Hichmond Hersche nolds. Montreal.............. Newark.............. Fulierton and JIaildeu; Schwert. Toronto.............. Providence bombs and submarine torpedoes, who nominmis capitulation, in iiua vuu- gas and high ex- uection it is interesting to remember malmeilT tortured iliat at the beginning of last month slilin millioni slain millions of the best and bravest of their fellow creatures, are presuming too fa- or. the toleration of mankind when they complain of ich a comparatively humane method us Germany, but I cannot .understand that it is his hand grip aud not a leg grip that wins bouts for and In explanation of this he said re- 0 i eently: "They all say 1 win my matches by Herbert and Kelly; MuIrRiman I Borsita, Y. Gary, Ind., defeated Walter StnViaclii Y.M.C.A. Bltzsibolh, N.J. 125-pound class-n. Ujslmlt. Bronx Buffalo Baltimore CU.- -linouse, Ne York, r. -i, Molinos, Greek-American Aih'.utic club, Nev.' York. 135-pound William Halias. Greek-American Athletic club, Chicago, defeated Loui Gagli, Greei-A merlcan Athletic club. New York.. 158-pound William Americus, Greek-American Athletic club. New York defeated I. Nelson, Norwegian- American Athletic club, New York. 175-pound N. G, Pendleton, York Athletic club, defeated A. Hedlund, Finnish gymnasium, Quiucy, Cooper, Gaw and Onalow; sette, Jaynes, Anderson, Sherman and McAvoy. (All games played on grounds of second named clamping on the old body scissors with I my. legs, but as a matter ot fact I wouldn't, he a great wrestler today if j it. wasn't for my hands. j "It's this way: the body scissors is a great hold, but if it isn't backed up by some good holds v.'ith the hands that put an opponent's arm out of com- ilowj' Morris-11 mission it wouldn't amount to much. NORTHERN Superior.............. 12 11 4 Winnipeg 3 I'1 3 Smith, Donaldson and Erickson; Do- novan, Clark and Moore. Virginia.............. 5 !l J Fargo.............--- f 8 2 Johnson and Oronin; Hawkins, Rook and Smith. It your opponent has his hands ami arms free ho can make a pretty good fight against the scissors. If you pin him with hard grips on the wrist or along the arms, then he can't fight much when you get the body scissors on him." A new idea in a Summer Collar The roll top is a refreshing departure from the conventional; while the light weight makes it especially wel- come for summer wear. It is high enough at ihe back to show above the coat, and low enough in front to insure comfort. 2 for 25c in qraltr lire.. Silo in J fcr 50s. Williams, Greene Rome Co., Limiied Makai 4 Shlrli. MISSOURI BILLIARDIST WINS THE WORLD'S TITLE John Lalton Finishes in Front ot Bian- kenship in Pocket Billiard Match j Detroit, May Lalton of Se- j dalia, Mo., last night won the world's championship at pocket billiards from i IBmmett Blankenslllp of Detroit. The j i final score was: Lalton 450, Bianken- j Uhip 340. The match was played in three blocks of 150 points, and when tonight's game started, Ulankenship needed 283 points to win. The result last night was: Elankenshlp 173; Lal- ton 150. High runs: Blankeuship 42; Lalton 29. BODY SCISSORS WINS AGAIN FOR STECHER Chicago. May his favorite body scissors and wrist lock, Joe Ste- chef last night disposed of William De- metral in straight falls, the first in six minutes, -12 seconds, and the second in two minutes. 58 seconds. Charles Cut- ler won In straight falls from Antone JlT7.a. NEW WORLD'S RECORD FOR HIGH HURDLES BY COLLEGIAN Columbia, Mo.. May world's record In tho 120-yard high hurdles was broken at the Missouri-Iowa state college dual meet here Saturday after- noon, when Simpson, the Missouri star, mads n mark of 14 4-5 seconds. Simpson also was the individual point winner, 20 tallies being placed to his credit. Missouri won, SO to 47. The same man who first created the en- viable goodness of ADAMS' GUM thirty-five years ago is still maintaining the high standard enjoyed by all. The only change in all these years is the recent irtiprovement in package. Today there are five sticks, each wrspped by machinery, in wax-paper and tinfoil. The outer wrapper of each package is a valuable coupon. Save them for Regimen- tal or College Shields. ORIGINATORS that the German chancellor declared that we believed it to be In our inter- j ests to attribute falsely to them peace I proposals. Yet the German govern- ment says that twice within tho past few months Germany has announced before the world her readiness make peace. Which is the truth? I may he that the Germans want j peace. If so. it is so because they 1 fear defeat. It may be that they only want to appear peaceful. For us it matters not. Our attitude, at any rate i I is unchanged. We drew the sword I unwillingly We shall sheath It glad- j ly Hut we untrue to our j trust, we should be betraying civili- zation, if we abandon our task until i we have' re-established in Europe the (supremacy of law, the sanctity of treaties and the right of all nations, great and to live their lives, j to fulfill their destinies free from iu- j tolerable menace of Prussian militar- i ism." DR. AN6US MCKAY DEAD ingersol, Angus .McKay, ex-M. P.. of Ingersol, died at' his home here today after a long ill- ness. He represented South Oxford in the legislature as a Liberal for 16 years. He was an ex-mayor of the town and one of the most widely kncwn medical practitioners in West- ern Ontario. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., D.C.t.. President IOHN AIR1X General Manager H. V. F. JONES, Ans't IJeneral V. C. BROWN, Superintendent of Central Western CAPITAL RESERVE FUND, SAVINGS BANK ACCOUNTS [merest at the current rate is allowed on all deposits of and upwards. Careful attention is given to every account., Small uro welcomed. Accounts may be opened and operated by mail. Accounts may be opened in the names of two or more persons! witln to be mado by any one of them or by the survivor. Lethbridge Branch R, T, Brymner, Mgr Average first year depreci- ation of the Ford Car is as against to for practically any of the lower priced cars It is difficult to set any definite figure for the depreciation oi' an automobile. So much de- pends on the condition of the individual oat' at the end of the season. The average price paid for used cars in the class at any time during the first year is about to less than the first cost. But the average used Ford sells very, quickly for less than the purchase price. Compare the Ford depreciation cost of about a month with the probable or more a' month that the other kind will Qost you. Which is the better The Ford Garage 1232 3rd Avenue South. f Ford Runsbout Ford Touring 530 Ford Coupelct 730 Ford Sedan 190 Ford Town Car 780 f. o. b. Ford, Ontario Phone All eltctrlo Equlpimnt d Nothitigtoobigor too small. Rush Orders will receive prompt attention, We have the facili- ties for producing the highest standard of printing art of the day. THE HERALD PHONE 1 252 J ;