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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 16, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY. MAY 10 RED BII6D BICYCLES ORKMHN con save lime iimT money with Hrantford" to tnkc the quickly back and forth Cheaper than carfare, quick treet cars, THE LETIIBniDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE. 110 5th St. S. THE LETHBRIDGE CYCUE CO. FOR SALE BY Superior Outlook Than Last Given to All Athletics London, May spite ot the war and tho further call to the colors, sports throughout Great Britain are 1 being carried on moro this year than hi 1915. The soccer season, which closed Saturday was a great success considering the many difficulties which confronted the authorities last September. The London games were patronized; by, large crowds, in Scotland, on several Saturdays during the season, the league ed attendances of between and persons, -resulting in tho vari- ous war.fuiitta bonefitUng largely from n percentage of the gate receipts giv- en over by each of the clubs. Athletic meetings now are being held all over the country each week, and tennis has just had n seniiofl! insures a successful season. As In 1915, no country cricket will be BUNCH OF CLOSE GAME'S AMERICAN Brooklyn Boston Philadelphia Chicago St. Louis Cincinnati PIttsburg New York NATIONAL Won 13 12 12 13 32 11 Lost 6 S 10 n 13 15 16 FCt. .000 .500 .600' .444 .407 .381 Errors Lost Game Cincinnati, May errors were costly and Philadelphia won today's game here 7 to 4. Philadelphia........... 7 10 3 Cincinnati .......4 0 4 Rlxey, Deraavco and Killifer; Toney, Knetzeiv Mosoley and Clarke. Sixth Giant Victory Chicago. May failure to touch McKechnle at first base'when lie Had a chance to retire the the firth inning today, enabled New York to defeat Chicago 3 to 2, thereby winning the sixth straight game. Man- ager Tinker was ordered off the field for arguing a atrike and ball decision. New York............. 3 8 1' Chicago...... 2 C 4 Pen-ill and Uooln; Vaughn and Ar- oher. Lucky Superbas St. Louis. May freak bounder in the llth inning today gave Brook- lyn a 4 to 2 victory -over St. Louis." With three on bases and .two out, Mo.wrey grounded down the first base line, but just as Miller was .about to I grab the ball it bounded, over his [head, Myers and Daubert scoring. Brooklyn 11 0 St. Louis............... .2 4 0 Smith, Cheney and Miller; Meadows Ames and Gonzales, Snyder. Started Off With Rush Pittsburg, May won from Boston here today 8 to 7. Both aides began scoring in the first inning, five hits apiece giving each four runs. Boston................ 1 2 Pitlshurg S 13 4 Won 19 13 13 Detroit 13 Chicago.......... 12 Philadelphia...... M Cleveland Washington New York Lost 9 8 12 13 14 1C 15 1C Pet. .C79 .640 .520 .600 .481 .428 .400 .333 Cleveland Beat New York Best Year in History of Club in Added to and Improved NEW MEMBERS SOLICITED The Lethbridge Aquatic associa- tion have made an .early start in tin) preparation tor the coming season, and _____....._ _.............. all that is needful for the best year New York. Hay in the history oflho association 13 made it two straight from New York! good summer weather, and when that 1 does conic, the association has the facilities for getting the fullest en- joyment to be had at Henderson lake, anil that Is a pleasure facility which Lethbridge IB fortunate to possess. Substantial Improvements The club house lias been re-arrang- ed and as a result the dressing room conveniences have been greatly Im- proved. City water is to be installed in the hoatho.use and the landing stage has been entirely remodelled and rebuilt. Further good work, wliiclr is not visible to the naked eye lias been done in putting in a con- crete retaining wall along the lake front- of the building, which makes permanent and good what was prev- iously a very unsatisfactory founda- tion; here today, winning by a score of (J to 4. Baker made his sec6nd home run of the Heason for New York. Cleveland............ 6 8 2 New York............ 4 It 1 Morton. Bagby ami O'Neill; Cald- well, Markle, Love and Nunamaker. Plank Beaten by Athletics Philadelphia, May li.---Eddie Plank pitched against Philadelphia, his for- mer club, today for the first time in his career, and the home team de- feated St. Louis 5 to 4. St. Louis..........-... 4 5 0 Philadelphia.......... 8 1 Plank and Hartley; Bush and Mey- ers. Johnson to the Rescue Washington, May finish- ed strong and Walter Johnson had to be called to the slab to hold them down, Washington winning by one ran today. Detroit Washington eters have been engaged by the clubs in the Bradford League for this sea- son. BATTERY BOYS VERSUS Y.M.C.A. BASKETBALL TEAM TONIGHT AT 7.45 'The deferred basketball game be- twoen the 61st battery boys and tho Y.M.O.A. team willtake'place ill the "Y" this evening at There will be no admission fee charged and the prospects for, a.; high-class encounter should bring out a throng of people. The teams .will be chosen from the following: McNeil, H. McCalieyjC. Carr, D. McTeer, L. Ironsides, C. Bpy- ant, G. McTeer, James "McDonald.; Y. M. C. DilllswortlvG. Mc- klilop, R. Lund.A.'Kahe, J. H. Tailing W. Gordon Campbell. JOE STECHER MATCHED WITH ALEX ABERG 'New York, May was an- nounced -hare today' that Joe Stecher, of Nebraska, claimant of the world's heavyweight wrestling championship, has' been matched .with Alexander 'catcn-as-catch-can style, the bout to take place Washington Park, this summer. The exact date has.not been fixed. Boehllng, Ayres, Johnson and Henry. Rudolph, Ragon and Gowdy; Coop- Dominlon Association Surprised j :r, Harmon, Mamaux and Wilson, Gib- The grounds also show a great Im- provement. A fine side-walk has been put in, doing away with two old un- tidy and at times muddy approaches', and the effort on the city Arbor day should make the jjlace look very well as 'soon as growing weather comes. The water has been pouring into the lake for the past week and the lake Is up over six inches, if tile sup- ply keeps up, it should reach its nor- uial level in a few'weeks. New Members Wanted The secretary-treasurer, Mr. R. An- drew' Smith, Royal Bank Chambers, will be; glad to receive the names of any desirous of becoming members. The rates are as follows: gentlemen, I ladies There are a lim- i Hed number of boat'spaces available for skiffs and canoes for which a rent AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Indianapolis 5 H 1 Kansas City Quebec Soccer Men by Sudden Ruling a year is. charged. Members please take notice that bridge neit week. I fees and rentals are. now due and !'payable to the secretary-treasurer, also thaUthe old.keys-.to the building Magrath, May 'II. Ho- berts, noted student of theology, and the author of numerous ecclesiastical and historical volumes, departed on Monday's trala. for salt Lake City, Utah, in company with Apontle Rod- ger Clawflon and party, after attend- ing a most .successful conference at Cardston. Interviewed by your correspondent, in regard to Borne of the important, topics of the day, he displayed a keen intersst, especially as to the attitude of the United States with regard to the struggle- In Europe, stating em- phatically that public sentiment was almost entirely in favor of the allied cause, with the exception of a few middle states, wtoere the Germm ele- ment was a predominant factor. Ask- ed If the Republicans and Progressives would unite at the convention next month, he thought they undoubtedly' would and indications were that either Roosevelt or Hughes would lead the party. If Roosevelt should receive the nomination it would spell an easy victory for'.the bemocrats', as a num-' her of Republicans would refuse to o.terclse their suffrage. However, if Hughes would break his long silence and announce his candidacy, the chances were strong that he would be nominated, and the result would be a heated contest at the polls next No- vember, as ho would draw more sup- port from the Republican party, not having figured in any ot the factional disturbances in the ranks. In referring to the Mexican ques- tion, he remarked that It had been a rather perplexing. problem for the present administration, but the course that had been pursued would tend to gain the good will. ot the snaller American republics, and make Pan Americanism, more of an immediate possibility as they would realize that Uncle Sara did not care to extend his boundaries. The Magrath members of the Tay- lor stake Choral Society are practic- ing regularly under the direction of their able leader, J. p.: Bridge, with the inteution of making a good show- ing at the musical contest in Leth- are now'useless. A new'lock has been the 13th The recruiting offlcer. Lieut. F. W. Karren, signed on another stalwart ,'esterday, Phil for 1! Montreal, May of the -j fixed and keys may be had from the Kansas tv Mkenberg'and'oossett; Reagan I province of-Quebec Footuali jaecretarfttreasurer by-members at a and Berry were somewhat upset last night charge of 30 cents each. I railBvllld 2.5 1 when it was advised by Craig Camp- IjOUlBVllle......... _ LJIIKIC njlllc-r ACtf CAD Milwaukee Luque and Williams; Comstock'and Mayer. .Toledo at Minneapolis wet grounds. Columbus at St. Paul wet grounds. NORTHWESTERN Seattle...... 3 41 Vancouver 0 2 1 Schmutz and 'Acosta and Cheek. Tacorna at did not arrive. Great Palls 4. Spokane Remneas and Shen Leif Murray NOTICE TO OLD TIMERS' BASEBALL TEAM ft "6 All the old-timers who have played or were booked to .play, in the base ball .match with .the high school team last Wednesday "are reif.uested 'to' he on deck this' .Wednesday even- ing at the mounted police grounds at when the high tchool .will meet again, In all probability the old-timers have a surplus of and to give everybodv who turns up a chance to play the old timers will claim the privilege of adopting a new rule, to wit: every old-timer who fans o.ut, wlirliave to drop out, and make way for a man .on 'the -bench; and every did-tlmer who fails to make first base in two times up will drop out and make war tor a man on the bench. Those drop out will remain there :uiitil, through others dropping out, they will becilne eligible to play The battery will not be sjilx ject to this rule The rule is not ao cording' to Spalding but will meet an tmergenoy, COLLAR M tan. Jim, i for 2 bell, president of the Dominion.Font- baflj association, that .the governing j body for Canada bud decided unani- HUNS MUST ASK FOR PEACE, AVERS POINCARE INTERNATIONAL Providence (i 8 0 Rochester........... 4 a o Billiard, .Tincup. Sherman and Yelle; RItter and'Hale. All other games rain. mously to suspend all official football.: F're'nch 'p'resjdent Replies to German for the season. This means that there will be no Connaught cup competi-J. Talk In Note to the U. S. tions in the province, and that n pros-1 pective international match with a I Nancy, May Pomcare United States eleven is also'called J in an. address here, yesterday, res- off A schedule for cup games had ponded-to. Germany's declaration re- j already been drawn up when the an- gardlng .peace contained .in the Ger- :I nouncement was made that a mail vote had been taken on the question1 oE continuing football, the dep.idihg votes of which were not telegraphed to President night. Campbell until last man .reply to the American note: J "France does.not want Germany to tender said the ni'esident, wants her ask for peace." Tlie-President then added: "This is 5t I NORTHERN AU games postponed; rain. THRESHING OUT AN OLD BOXING QUESTION IN ONTARIO __ the only kind of peace which would BAR WOMEN FROM AUTO RACING eS'beW With women competing in swim- Spring his sympathies and renewing; prom- ises for solicitude and protection said pull Irony' 'France will not expose her sons to the dangers new-' aggressions. The-central empires, haunted by re- morse for having brought on the war, niing, tennis and other lines of sport; probably only a minority of persons -ire aware of the fact that thes are (mobile iJ-cing. Tins recently wft" I brought out when the officials m charge of the San .Diego automobile race decided, by. way of a-novelty, to What and why a prize) fight, :is now being threshed out in the .Ontario newspapers and co.iiris arid the defi- nitions of various are almost as amazing as they arc differ ent. The question was fought out in Alberta a.couple oC. years ago .when Luther McCarthy was hilled, and af- ter the Crown had dug .up decisions made In the Maritime Provinces in the bare knuckle days, Chief Jufillcc Harvey gave out a h-sngthj veidict which'was so strict that even a'ton- round contest, was -includ boxing ed in the category of'a prize-fight. The question in.Toronto arose about the exhibiting of the Wlllard-Jloran pictures and the refusal ito allow the Johnson-WiHard pictures. R. C. New 'man o" the Provincial Board of Appeal of the Ontario! Board of Censors, has distinguished between prize flght and a hoxSng exhibition in a novel and extremely amusing.way. He says the "prfxfi" in prlzc-fighUng 'irieans Tlierefore, a, "no-decision1 contest is a boxing'exhibition and a decision affair ia ajprlze-fight and, rthe Moran-WillardL one a' boxing exhibi- tion According to tnat definition all amateur bouts are prize-flghta ftooauso decisions are given and the winners are awarded prices of medals tropn iea etc, nodeclsldh al Boxing -contests are ton' Journal; CANADIAN SOLDIERS London Maj njilitary spoils at Stamford Bridge on Sitiir day resulted in the following wins by Canadians: JOO yards, Gunne.' Phillip, of the.C. 17 I first T BroRdbant RcCbnd anil E. McBrynn third, 300 yards, .1. OWcr0 Ian Cpolc Farr, second. have a. woman-starter, send the con- testants on their- way. Then the American Automobile association ped in and upset all the plans. They quoted a rule .which had entirely es- caped the race .officials, and runs.anout as follows: No woman may compete, enter, drive or.ride in any race of any.kind held under the of the Amen our enemies offered us peace., issociation or in an But we do not them to offer it Following1 are the cases, for the sittings of the district court, which: opened today, His Honor Judge Jack- sou presiding. Large Debt Strong Dowler, vs.- Stodilard. Strong Wni. Carson Co., vs. Gltnes. Wm: GO.--VS; Roeenberger. The Calgary Grain Co: vs. Nordtyet. Baird ;The United Gfaln- Fi'od. Ltd., vs. Swennumson. Hill vs.' Richardson et al. Kessler vs.-Hall. Currey vs. Bros. Penry vs. ei'al. Small Debt The Standard Trusts Co., vs. Rouse et al. Reber vs. Edlund. 'Flatebo vs. -Strubbel, P. Burns -vs. Ashcroft. Mewburn vs. Anderson. Canadian" Commerce" Noble et al. and terrified by the Indignation and 'hatred they have stirred up, in man- kind trying to make the world be- Hevo 'that the alHes alone are res- ponsible for the prolongation of hos- dull irony which will de- ceive no one ;Neither directly rior indirectly can Automobile official practice for the same. It was then decided that a starter is an official, and that an official.is a !to us; -we want them to ask it of us. We do'-Tiot want to submit to their conditions: we want to impose ours on them We do not want a peace _ j which leave imperial Germany Suport fillers the powei to recommence the Improbabihtj No Retriey jwar and keep Europe eternally men- nig yoar model stiaw hat want peace which receives tho attic to llnd the mice not from restoied lights guarantees of bepn wearing it during the tt inter cduilibrmm and stabihtj rtso mug as that peace is not as- Said McKenzie and Mann Not to be Trusted FRONT PAGE) The latest weight hope is said to be seven feet Up inches tall Gee' sured to us ro long as our enemies not recognize tnemseHes a fall he'll have when we will not cease. to light." The same grateful goodness .that urged Col. Otter to praise ADAMS' TUTTIFRUTTI CUM highly during the South African War shakes it to- dny the favored .choice of our boys "somewhere inFrance." ButnoWour bovs have the added ad- vantage of a more con- venient package. Each of the five sticks wrapped m wax paper and tinfoil. Any of five mellow flavors to choose from. Your dealer has Tutti Frutti m the new package. ORIGINATORS PATTERNS WERE THE PRINCIPAL LOSS Port Arthur, OnL, May tho Material loss in Friday's flre at about OnO Manager states today that tlie destruction of patterns for tractors and snips, have no value upon which insurance could be placed, .would cost the company per- haps Tiieir will couple of months delay in connection vith the manufacture ot tractors and building jof fillips uncltr construction DESTROYS A HOME May home of Pat- rick .'Dignan, a contractor, was par- tially, wrecked by a bomb early today and persons living in the house were thirown from their beds and severely bruised. The police believe tho bomb .was .thrown, as the result of labor BOISE GIVEN ANOTHER SHAKE May night's violent'..earthquake'hero was follow- dil Saturday evening by a slight shock at minlites after nlnt, u'clock. wax noticed only In the higher buildings and not at all at street level No.damase' wu done 9TH ALBERTA MUSICAL FESTIVAL To be Held for Three Days in LETHBRIDGE MAY 23, 24, 25 COMPETITIONS'WiM be held. In all of Music. Con- ItsU will >tart TUESDAY. MAY 23, at 10 a. and will continue morning and ifUrnoen. The local choir competition! will be held Tuesday night, May 23.. TWO PUBLIC CONCERTS Will be beld avenings of MAY 24TH AND 25TH., AN ORGAN RECITAL On the iftinmon of Miy-24, from 3.30 to 5 o'clock by Frederick .Chubb, Adjudicator. Lieut.-Governor Brett will .be preient on the evenina of May 28th to prefent Priies Competitora Coming from Many Points in the Province. Cheap Railway Fares from all Points over the Holiday, May 24. ll the firit time the Fettival hai been held outtlde of and of Southern solicited.' SEASON TICKETS for Competitions, Concerts and e'ft Organ Recital. Children, 76c...................... frl.JU General Admission to Ctrmpetitions. 25c, Children, lOe. J Admission fto Concerts, 50c, Children 25c. Tickets on tale Kenny .Allln Drug Book Store. No reserved seats. For further particulars.apply MRS. N. W. ALLIN, 1270 6th Ave. .Lethbridge, Alberta. A PRINCE IN ACTION Prince Henry (first taking an active part with the Eton contingent during their field day. at The Etonians were; out all day and the Prince-bore the-hard work like a fully trained soldier; In reply to a "question from Sir Thomas Whits said that the board of inquiry; would have full powers to make a report on. the phy- sical and. of the Canadian 'railway and: to re- port on the, general, situation. They will give 'advice on the re-adjustment of the railways so as to get the best economic results. Their report will enable the government to arrive al a permanent' solution. He said thai the personnel of the committee htd not yet been considered. The Item for to carry on the Inquiry wasi-then passed, and a vote- for auditors was also passed without opposition. i Sir Thomas said the auditors would be men of high standing. At a late hour on the second read- ing of the government bill to take over the Quebec and Saguenay rail- way at a price -to be fixed by the ex- chequer court, there was consider- able criticism of the proposal. J. G. Turriff asserted that the construction of the line had been commenced pre. vlous to the election-, of 1911 by Sir .Hodolphe Forget, and that it had been stopped In 1912 after the elcc- tions were over, Other opposition members' declared .that the- govern- ment should not take over this line at a'time when a commission was being appointed ,to inquire into the general railway situation in Can- ada. Hoii. J. D. Reid defended the pro- posaU He said that the line would make a good branch Hue of the N.T. R. as it would serve a large popular tion on the north side of. the St. Law- rence now very much in need of rail- way taclUttea. The. cost would be fixed by the exchequer court, with due allowance lor depreciation, etc. The bill was given a second reading. James .A. formerly one of the chief partners of the Allan Steam Ship line, Uled. What does a bevel gear cost? The Ford owner saves that the other fellow has to pay for one. cost of the bevel gear of cars' priced around and less. of Ford bevel gear. in the Ford.owner's pocket book. Other Ford spare parts are just, as low priced in 26 most called for parts altogether cost only ?8.04. And less than a dollar a year as a total expense for spare parts is not at all' an uncommon experience of Ford owners. s The Fore) Garage 1232 3rd Avenue South. Phone 633. Ford Runabout Ford Tourlnf HO Ford Cauptkt 730 Fort NO Ford Town Car 710 f. o. b. Ontario All caw 'Itafi Mt ;