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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta MOKftAT, MAT IT, UK THU LETHBHIDGI DAILY HERALD PAGE FEIME AND NHL WKE GAME MS (TWO m WIM IN MM am tcomt CON- .ant mill to wtti boy., Mtoh.l lut today to tik. a itMt drebbfig rrom Mtchti tit the, Van IT to tlrntd, aid the MUhtl how it AMWUgn th. seem Ink will elongiUt Kant by world's K WM a good lii ItTor of later. WeMen Heffnun and Hi to 7, Michel botteriw: Knftl Md pleiett. visit alt mound at the end rf ttsib, tiid Hoffman .Pitch. Bd game, In mnch tir tarn, wore inpMrted ID (Ml, thn wen Michel Jllen- their oppo- nents. Thn Michel boys did some Hitting team work will Dike better In their work. umpired the game. boxing bont. which It being arranged for the Mill Jta. hare The are sot Inclined to run up agiiwt a- cmnttrattraethsi, ft the Marie TeraBdt wh'leh appears at llkjwtic the 24th. The prypoiod tourney wrl! he held wMk or two. MAY SHIPT FiO League trtiteMtt Accordlaj to a rumor whieh from that cltr a good art It to- tlm.led IB capital that Barrow tbonlt'bad bid tloa. >oth' la 'that otty ud Sprlnfflald When MMUt.thc report, tint then, was Bilking to It. if OUJMIT If In Field m. at Inekiim Brooklln., May. Oalmet, natlnal amateur goK thampkje, today, jras the sptsnV ing th. week by timoro cnp at HaMllMre, .CM- met came to links on which he Vardon Hay In int. and proved best golfer In a His ouwnest Jn flnil. wa. J. M. ClaB.inVwbom 5 np, THERE IS A IIC OBMABO SEE HX-CHAMPION MtfT tOMI- (By York, N.t, May IS.-Front pare Mr. William Ritchie! The lact that Wlohto a champion from being the American lljitwelght title holder, which White will does not neceiurily meai that he act like a by Ritchie can fight; of that so doubt. Wght adher- all over the country .aro eager to Willie In action Par- ticularly Getham "bug" It baa SMB. a long tlow Man- hattan has witnessed an mterunlng lightweight contest that'we are just hankering for a good muse between light boys. RitehM So It is up, to Ritchie to the glare of stage and the lure of the movies and return to tint fighting. Ritchie i. fairly in the morie game ever since he play- ed the leading role in film prtduc- lion, Mao Dan Brian.' It so that "Dan was none other than hroth.r, who a in order to make Willie The h.ard of Willie Hltehie, so far as ring i. ooBwraed, wa. when he announced his willingness to I ght Mike Gibbons for the Ui pounds ringside. MAJESTIC S Thre. Shows Daily at 3.00; 4.30 and 8.30 SPECIAL CrHLOmW't MATINM AT 4.30-Ev.ry P.r.nt who ha. r.n's .location it jlv. th.m an .p.ortunlty to thli, the most .du.'n.l ..Mm by over Callfornlan School Children._______________________________ The Motion Picture's Supple rTriumph; E. A. Salisbury's Wild Animal Life and Big Game Hunting in America AND ,KN- GLOBED "THE OMATMT AND OUT- DOOR PICTURES EVER 8jtN FUAKCISCO OHRONICtiB. "WOWOERPULLY ENTERTAINING AND VALUABLE YORK AMBRICuVM. I give Lethbrldfe Theatre Goers the that these Picture} the very best of their kind' ever seen here, and strongly recommend them to all Majestio Patrons, as an exceptionally good motion picture attraction. S. BROWN, Resident Manager, Majestic Theatre. IUT1C Victoria' Day Matinee and Night Miss Marie SPECIAL PRICES: Nights25c and 15c (All Reserved.) AUultalSc; Children lOc Seats Now Selling at Hedloy Drug Co, Supported by Her Own Company from The Playhouse, Lon- don, Including MR. W. GRAHAME BROWNE Great Comedy Triumph "THE MARRIAGE OF KITTY" Adapted from the French of De Gresac and Do Croisset Jolly Farce of American Scene and Interest "NEARLY MARRIED" ByJEdgai.Selwyn PRICES: Night, 75c and 50c; Matinee: 75c and 50c. SEAT PLAN OPENS WEDNESDAY AT HEDLEY DRUG CO. OKDBRS NOW Out of Town Patron, may Phone or Write Medley Drug Co. for Reservations. J BASEBALL NATIONAL w. 16 Chicago.. 15 Boston 13 Pitteburg 13 Cincinnati 11 Brooklyn...: 12 rX. 12 New Tork 10 11 11 14 14 14 16 14 SATURDAY OAMBS J Brooklyn Bwton, Schneider and and Miller. P.O. .867 .600 .644 .481 .440 .461 .428 .41C 2 3 Dell Pittsburg Boston Cooper, 1 1 McQuillan and Gibson and Schang Rudolph, Tyler, Cri-tcber and Gowdy. New York ............................10 13 Zabel, Pierce, Adams and Archer Mariuard and McLean, Mur- ray. St. Louis 274 Philadelphia.........................H i3 Doak, Meadows and Snyiiet GonwlM Alexander and Killifer and Adams.' VNOW-A-DAYS IT'S V ARIETl TkME THBATRC THE BIJOU "The Jackpot Club" A Thrilling Drama of Crime and Criminals A Fight in the Guich A Stirring Western Drama full of and Action Of sure .Oloom. Dlapeller Eleanor Moran Your Popular Favorite in the Latest Song Successes H. R. Cooper POPULAR VOCALIST. and Thursday THE GRAYHOUND -A Five Part Deep Sea Masterpiece ON BOARD THE SISTER SHIP OF THE IL1.-FATED "TITANIC" FIVE POWERFUL STIRRING SCENES Naturany Gibbon, turned ;4owB the match. Mike can not make 142 pounds ringside anr more. Should Fram Willie should be heard from ihortly Henry M. IMlcns, 0[ ,1, talk. While Welah has laying off with an injured arm. Ritchie has been going through his training routine dally, even while pos- ng for the and it would oc- eaiion little snrprl.e. to read that Ritchie Is about to camp on Wehh's trail, and force him Into a champion- ship mateh over the derby route, wltn the tWe at stake. AMERICAN W I Detroit......... 18 ii New Tork 16 taaton DOE MAY fOUT WITH CHAMFION Prince B.C., May ftre of Priidle Welsh, the Mac Men in Mme. within a few week.. 'Wrtght, Stewart .Corley J. HoAlwnam promoting it. chaastlon i6w hack kut Vat in the ot awotli, and ta U Van; latter of A Mth W.I.. com. siter gire.a, tentouu- anlch here war to POSTPONE OPINING ValMI Brt outjand ahmM W. cSfJ BaMtwIl if-rim will not ttsws InV at tk. ball game will covftt tret Knu to op- win nlace TtSif. wttb in MOTORCYCLE in (HHtry! WAH TAX HWCt-tHl.THl.flMDIAN" MtttKjrcles 'BUILT IN CANASA FrtOM FTOffj: to MMl C.nelroetl.n IRtftan u the 41.% Mh Chicago..... 15 Washington....... 11 In riew of the great interest that ii bound to shown in the Welsh- Ritjikis niht pictures dm ID he showi it the'Vaitaty theatre log Friday and Saturday, ,a lew facts aneit tho films will not kc out o( place. To wrt: The fight took at the Olfra- pia arena, London, Eng., July 7, The contestants'weight in in 'the afternoon. Ritchie scaled pound', while Welsh Jnst 'made the required limit, 135 pouadl. Before the battle both nun eipress- tkemcelTes oonfMesit of rictoiy. They Uid they wtteMn-the of condition aid looked it. Welsh was a Might'rawprite in the betting in England, ruling 5 to 4. Ritehis was favored more than that In the Stato. In Lethbridge even money inTaitod and aome-big wag- eia win here. Eugene Corri, noted lor his excel- lot ability and fairness, nfereed the tout, and (romptly gave Uie decision to ITelih at the conclusion of .the 20 Ritchie thought it should bare been a dfaw and weit. Eight thousand neonh- of tU. class- tt saw the great battle and cheered their a.srovjl when the verdict, was Americans at the fight were inclin- ed to expect a draw before .the re- made his announcement. Tie pictures will tell the tale to everybody's saiisfMtien, 10 doubt, ai to whether the referee ww rijnt or not in bil declaration Vol the winner AiANDON PLANS FOR CHAMPION1HIP MHT UNTIL WAR OVM Vanconrer, J.O., May adlan chamnloiahlB track IMd nmt which scheduled to be In with Vancoutw prafMnd win postponed until alter the war ant, In tact, no chanmlonshlli erents of any kind will be until end of war, to Iteming offi- cial, of CtnadtM NOTED OIAB Toronto, Ont., May K.-Atout. Taylor, Mnman, ha. bMsi Blwrmg th. of Lamte la to have bMB by gas, wfttw o( 4Mb Highlander.. CleTeland St. Louis PhHadelpnia SATURDAY GAMES Yoik............................ Ill Cleveland 272 Fisher and Nnnamaker; Mitchell and Washington 3' j 1 41 Boehling and Ainsmith Wolfgang, Scott and Schalk. Philadelphia......................... 1 10 3 St. Louis............................ 3 80 Wyckoft, Pennock and SchanR; James, Ptrryman and Agnew and Severold. lost on Detroit 3 60 Foster and Dubuc and Baker and Stanage. WINDAY GAMES Washington 141 St. Louis 373 SeTtrau and Ainamlth Weilman and Agnew and SeTeroid. 3 13 12 14 16 17 16 P.O. .889 .580 .665 .440 .407 .370 .360 FEDERAL Tff it PC Pittab.urg 19 10 .655 Chicago 16 12 .571 Kansas City 15 12 .660 ..-'-v. 15 12 -.560 Brooklyn 14 13 .615 StLonl... 12 11 .461 Baltimore i.- 13 17 -414 .'I... 8 21 .270 SATURDAY GAMES 10 16 0 0 0-3 Hendrlok and Wilson Hearn, Knet- zer and Barry. Newarlr' 16'1 Buffalo 5 71 Falkenburg and Rariuen Benedict and Blair. Kansas 2 7 0 St.'-Louis 18-17 1 Packard, Adams and Brown Plank and Hartley. Brooklyn 6 15 .1 Baltimore U. 1 Finneran and Simon Pratt, Suggs, Bender and Jacklitcb. VARIETY (Formerly Th. Bijou) Philadelphia Chicago a Shawkiy and Schang Russell, Ben: and Sshalk. 'leveland 0 12 0 Boston 0 Morka and Billings J.'Wood, Mey- ts and Carfy and Thomas. New York Detroit MeKale and Sweeney J Baker. __ -Dauss and NORTHWESTERN SATURDAY GAMES SUNDAY GAMES Spokane Seattle Aberdeen Tacome Victoria Seattle Aberdeen Tacoma Second Tacoma lj> 3 SUNDAY GAMES City.........................'. 3 St. Louis Main and Brown Hartley. Pittsburg............... Chicago Rogge. and Berry gasi.and Wilson. Newark-Buffalo game Davenport 6 1 6 3 and Brown, .Fender- postponed, INTERNATIONAL Providence Montreal Buffalo Rochester Richmond Jersey City Toronto Newark 10 ,5 P.O. .667 .625 .555 .545 .538 .363 .333 .300 SATURDAY GAMES Jersey City Newark 01 Spokane Vancouver Second game- Vancouver Spokane It AM. ASSOCIATION SATURDAY GAMES Louisvllie Milwaukee 5 Indianapolis 1 Montreal........................................ Rochester Richmond....................................... Rochester Richmond SUNDAY GAMES j Montreal....................................... i, Providence...................................... II Newark-Toronto, rain Jersey City-Buffalo, double-header, rain. i Welsh-Ritchie 20Rouiid International Bout Held in England, for the Lightweight Supremacy of the World. The Most Scientific Demonstra- tion of the Manly Art of self. Defence. Ever Seen in Friday and Saturday MAY 21st AND 22nd cents. CHICAGO 'COPS' TO STOP BETTING Chicago, 111., May police moved put to a stop a form of betting on baseball. games which they said had sprung up here, as well as in all'other Important cities, since the opening of the season. 'Two'raids this afternoon brought in'a dozen men charged with gambling and further ar- rests .were expected. The game, is a form, of lottery, Ac- cording to the and has spread so rapidly, that the weekly receipts in this city, alone. are.-mpre than V.A.C. BEATS NEW WESTMINSTER Vancouver, Van- couver Athletic club team, holders of the Mann Cup, in spite of Joe Lally, defeated New Westminster, here! on Saturday In the. opening lacrosse match of. the season, by a score of, .'3 goals to 1. .The champions played su- perior lacrosse in all departments of the game, and the issue was1 doubt. Judging from the form .dis- played by the team the Vahcouvers should again win the championship and hold the coveted trophy. LACROSSE -PLAYER ;ENLItTS formto, Ont., May Smith, Cornwall boy who for several sea- son, flayed' for the Tecumsehs, baa It enlisted with 1Mb Regiment. MM MBCMAf KM EMPRESS i FINE, FINER AND FINEST 3BSE TONIGHT AND TOMORROW JESSE L- LASKY America's foremost character; actor, THEODORE ROBERTS in a typical American play "THE CIRCUS MAN" A five part photoplay, adapted from the famous novel, "The Rose In the by George Barr McCutcheon. The Topical Budget of War News f f "A Bird's a Bird" One of the unequalled Keystone Comedies. i "HIS SISTER'S KIDDIES" A Bachelor takes csre of "Oft in the StiUy Night" Song at nine o'cleek only by the popular LYRIC QUARTETTE Coming Next Plcktord in "MISTRESS NELL" We Have Exclusive Rights on Both Real Production ENOCH ARDEN A Mutual Master Play in Four A Two Reel Tragedy of BEAR MOUNTAIN COMEDY The Curing of Myra May DRAMA "THE "RESCUE" t MAPPED OUT FOR U.S. New lawn tennis season if 1915 was formally launched by the tnnouncement of tournament dates is raed by'the United States National Lawn Tennis association.' -The sched- ule is the longest ever issued'by the lational association It contains 167 'purnaments, covering every state in the union. Later applications proba bly will add about 60 tournaments to :his1ist.' The most notable change this year is the shifting of the national cham- pionships from 'Newport 'to the West Sire Tennis club at Forest Hills; L.I. This brought, about a general rear- rangement of local dates. Owing to this fact also the eiecntlve committee took'the New York state'champion- ship from the Crescent Athletic club of Brooilyu and gave it to the Yahniin; dusts Golf club of Utlcn. The New York Metropolitan chknniiohship is shifted from' the courts of; the West Side Tennis club to the Brbnxville Ath- letic association. The -women's national championship1 goes to Philadelphia for the week of June 7. To compensate Newport' lor the loss of the National championships the committee sanctioned an invitation tournament to be held at the.'Newpprt Casino, .beginning August 16 The wo- men's Metropolitan championship (New hitherto held In the fall, will be one of the caily events this year, starting on the West Side club courts May 23. Forty-eight Important tournaments' are scheduled for August, leading up to the national championship, on August 30. Three tournaments will be played at the Panama Pacific exposition grounds in San Francisco, the'faclflo coast championship starting Junf) 19, the Panama-Pacific champlonshiPi July 10, and the California state champion- ahlp, September 10. ORPHEUM Real Vaudeville and Pictures Special Engaa.m.nt With En- tire Change of Sketch Rita and Paid j EUROPEAN. SENSATIONS The Little Rebel Story of part Stirring Photoplay of the Civil War- Featuring Gene Gauntiec. The Eyes of Justice Dramatic F.atur. lit Two portraying the tary aceuaed of crime t.mporarily 'blind.d, rtduced to pov.rty, 1. saved by bank.r'. Beautiful Ward THIS IS THE LIFE Screaming Comedy hard equal. So _ 1de A 15< DISTINGUISHED NAMES IN CASUAITY LIST London, -May and unof- ficial casualty lists published today, which include the names of over 200 officers, bristle with aristocratlo names Among the killed are: Lieut. W. P. Rodney of the Flying Corps, a, brother of Lord Rodney; Lord Spencer Douglas Compton, a lieutenant Horse, Guard., brother and heir M the -Marquis of Northampton; LlenUi Keith Anthony Stewart of Watch, son' Earl of OaHowiy; Captain Enid Upton of Royal Rifles, son in-law of Viscount-Temple- town Lieut-Col Lord R T, Caven- dish of the Royal la list as wounded He is a brother, of t of Devonshire Among the wounded, Llant. Charles Huntlnaton and Llent 9. Bruce, a .on of Lord ;