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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta ['AGE THREE THE u-yniBHiDf.E DAILY uii Soldiers Defeated by Six Points Led First Half of Contest Score First Half BAD WEATHER PREVENTS GAMES 18 Hi Battery Y. M. f.'. A.............. Score Second Half y. M. c. A..............> The Line-up centre; D. McTeer, right forward; Irou- sides, left forward; C. McfTeor, right gtmril; McDonald, loft guard. Y., M. C. centre; IJunsworth, right forward: "Murray, left forward; Kane. right guard; McKlllop, left guard. "Tailing substituted for Mur- ray In the second half. B. McElyea. NATIONAL Brooklyn Boston..... Philadelphia St. Louis Chicago Cincinnati Pittsburg New York Won 18 12 "l3 13 11 8 Lost 7 S Pet. .660 .000 .4211 .107 .SSI Won Cleveland........ 19 Washington...... I7 v York........ 13 Boston Is Detroit.......... 13 Chicago.......... 12 Philadelphia...... 10 St. Louis......... S Reds Lose Another Cincinnati. May lli.-1'hiladelpliia took four straight games from Cincin- nati by winning today's contest 4 to The visitors scored four runs 111 the first inning. Kuetzer, who re- placed Schultz in the third, UeM them 4 II 2 ...301 Schultz, Ivnet- nings.) Vernon the enemy when the Gist Uat- ery get uu the firing line. If the ivhole of the 61st are as full of fight as the squad which hooked up with ihc Y .M. C. A. basketball team last night Ihe delayed drive to Berlin will commence when they get into action in France. Hostilities ceased with the-V team in the lead, 32 points to 26. It was an Instance where, skill anil scioiiiie finally triumphed over brawn and muscle. However, that is not. to say that tub soldiers were not. They displayed Hashes ot artistic play which bore every evidence of poruand but in this respect the Y. M. C. A. representatives 'went them one better. The Battery boys have a reputation as exponents of' the line points ot basketball, but the hard work of sold- ier life has no doubt' stiffened their must-lea and tills handicapped them ill all probability, and was responsible for.the strenuous tactics employed in place of skill. .No Pink Tea Affair. It was the liveliest basketball tilt seen at the Y. M. C. A. at any time. It was a riot. It was a good reminder ot the way they used to play rugby in the States in the nineties, when the ambulance and hearse awaited the dead and the'dying in vicinity of ac tlon. These war times breed a lust tor battle and the players revelled in the spirit of the occasion, and to say the spectators gloried in tile conibat is putting on the i soft pedal. The gal- lery was thronged with .spectators of both sexes, soldiers in uniform com- prising about half the crowd. They their'comrades to the rooting and. otherwise offering encouragement to the soldier: boys In their fight for victory. The opening moments of the contest saw the Battery assume the lead. Thev carried the game with a velocity that took the 'Y' off Its feet, and in a lew minutes the score was 10 to 2 in the soldiers' favor. TlioV'Y" crept up on their stalwart opponents, and it became a nip and tuck scrap to the finish of the half, which ended IS to 16 in favor of the Battery. More Steamboaiing The first Half was a hummer, but for a wild-lire melee the second half had t'iie-first backed off the map. A Berlin bread riot had nothing on this" little affair. 'As guessed-the participants didn't come out of the fray seathless. A knockout here and ii knockout there was quite in order and'the boys smiled the while.. They seemed :to; say this, is fine. hay, this play. I'd r'atiier have this than a full month's pay'any day. It was not long after the opening of the second half that the "Y" evened up Ihe score and then they forged Uiead It an} bod j s game until neai the finish when the T nego tinted three baskets and put the game on ICL Leon bunsworth the Dick of the Y team was in the limelight in the final i spurt and was mainly re sponsible for the clean-cut victory of liis team. He played a star game throughout. .mless after that. Philadelphia...... Cincinnati......... Mayer and Killifer; and Clarke. Marquard Bumped Hard St. Louis, May Louis rom Brooklyn here today, 5 to 4, ill he 10th inning on a base on balls, a ,lngle, Myers' fumble and Butler's acrlllcK fly. Marquard was hammer- ed for three runs in the first and was by Dell, who pitched excel- ent ball. Brooklyn St. 5 Marquard, Doll .and Miller; Jasper mil Snyder. New York at Chicago; cold weather. Boston at Pittsburg, rain. AMERICAN Per. .070 .520 .500 .464 .420 .400 .333 Tigers an Awful Beating Washington, May overwhelmed Detroit today, winning 15 to 3, tlie third straight game of the seiies. Nine runs were scored by the home team In the first inning off Boehlor and Uolaml. Erickson stop- pod the onslaught temporarily, but was batted freely before the game ended. Detroit.............. 11 Washington...........15 13 2 Hoehler. Bolaml. Erickson and Sta- nage, Baker; Oallia and Henry, Ghar- ri ty. Chicago at Boston, wet grounds. .St. Louis at Philadelphia, rain. Cleveland'at, isew lork, rain. COAST LEAGUE BIG BOXING CONTEST WEEK FROM TODAY Los Angeles an Francisco Kahler, Stamlridge Brown and Sepulveda; One week from today, Victoria Day, will see a revival of the boxing game in Lethbridge when Ronnie McDon- ild the well known local ring cele- Organization Meeting Elects Wires to nis Club Notice "r A the flourishing Sunday- -School league is sought this summer. At the recent organization meeting a live set of oillcials were elected whose main pur- pose in athletics this season will be to make the Sunday school league a bigger and better organization than it has ever been. The olliclals elected were: Hon. President, W. A. Huchanau, .M. P. Hon. vice-president, Lieut.-Col. J. S. Stewart, M.I'.P. President. H. B. McElyea. Vice-president, Ed. Kennedy. Secy-treasurer, W. Murray. Department managers, junior base- ball, 1-1. Bruce; football, A. M. Filrner; tennis, to be elected. Tim branches of sport to he indulged ;si by the league will be baseball, football and tennis. Tennis will be one of the big de pariments of sport of the league and the question of electing a manage- for this branch was deferred for th purpose of giving it special treatment The league has called a special meet ing ot'th'e church tennis clubs to take -place at the Y. 31: C.' A. tomorrow evening at 7.30 o'clock. The officials of the church urged to have a representative at the meeting. aid the wen Known brity. and Harry Anderson, i I weight champion of British CoM Salt Lake Higginbothain, Kelly 15.' 10 and Itocue; welter- i weiRin of unusii Columbia, will meet in a ten-round bout'at the .Majestic theatre. The boys are sched- uled to meet in the evening, follow- i ing a number of preliminary con- tests. 12 FIttcry Hughes and Hannah, (14 in- i McDonald is the lad who cleaned up I the heavy ami" welterweight classes, 4 in the amateur bouts held here about 3 I eighteen months ago. After the bouts Beer IJoyd and Elliott. non) entered the professional Quinn, B. Johnson, G. Johnson, in British Columbia and .made me and Whaling. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Indianapolis.......... ...11 11 Milwaukee............ J Carter and Sc.haug; Hovlik and Mayer. Columbus at Minneapolis, cold wea- ther. Toledo at St. Paul, cold weather. INTERNATIONAL ichmorid "10 0 uffalo 1 Rhoades and Reynolds; Bader and aley. All other games postponed, ram. C. D. McNab ser Govt. Criticized for Wasteful Methods NORTHERN 4 s Winnipeg..........- Handschu and Ryan; Miller loore. No other games, rain. GEORGE CHIP WINS 'i Bridgeport Conn Ma> Ship of Scranton Pa tormer mid dlcweight champion, .knocked out Sailor Grande, ot here to night in the 14th round of a sched uled 1 around bout NORTHWESTERN rancouver............ 1( eattle.............. Hodd and Cheek, Glavonich; Mclvor nd Cadman. 2 lutte 3 I" Bonnet- and Roberts; Hendrix, Ho- ey and Hoffman. ji-eat Falls......... pokane Kallio, Bugle and Shea Vebb and Murray. good This will be bis first appear- ancc in Lethbridge since turning pro. He Is a classy mitt-wielder and has numerous admirers here. He is a min- er by trade, aged 24. Harry Anderson is a boxer of the top notch class. He is only 22 years i annual of age. but has crowded more expert- j p ,-e ,ijstrict Liberal ence into bis short career than any t -r other boxer in Canada Since Prank M gh Uarrieau crossed the line. (Special to the l meeting of the al association was t waB UI, Wherever Von Go It's sold around the world. f Wherever you go you can buy it. Wherever you go you should have it. For nothing else gives such long-lasting, benefij rial pleasure for the price. -It protects the teeth against decaying food a wholesome mouth' and agreeable breath. It allays sea or f car-sickness, helps appetite and digestion. MADfe IN CANADA C. Forbes James -McLean i.euieu When Anderson and McDonald seiretaij. meet here Anderson: will give McDon- I was made treasurer, and an executive aid about four" pounds the advantage committee of fifteen members trom all In weight riding wos seeded. Pre- McDonald and one of his sparring sldeilt JfcNab and Vice-president Mac- ,nii! box three rounds at the Neil made short speeches in acknow- "'Elks' lodge meeting Thursday even- i lodgement of the honor conferred up- ing The Elks always conclude their Ion "them. Mr. MacNeil took occasion meetings with refreshments and en- !to criticise the government upon its 'S 1 15 4 Shader, tertainment _ LONGBOAT IN TROUBLE by a young woman. I treatment of the island miners during I (he strike a few years ago. which re- I snlteB in tlie imprisonment of many General Sarrail has presented the Croix de la fjuerre- to Lord French's sister, as president of the Scottish Red Cross Society. railroads by speculators, whom Mr. Boswer "'had declared should have a chance. R: Duthie, president of the Ferine ,clty association, took 'the chair and -I the' meeting was transformed into a Chew H niter every meal C33 Write to IVm. Wriglev Jr. Co., Ltd. Wrlglav Blag., Toronto G "Spearmen" nook LARGE GERMAN FLEET WAS FORCED TO RETIRE Copenhagen, via London, May 'A dispatch to the Aftenbladet from Gothenburg, Sweden, says that a WELSH PROVOKES WISCONSIN STATE BOXING COMMISSION j g Suspended for Four Months for Delay- ing is Re primanded Milwaukee. Wis., May die Welsh, cliampion -lightweight box- er, today was suspended by the State Athletic Commission for engaging in boxing contests in .Wisconsin for a period of four months for delaying contest between- himself large which was outside iarSeeches lore about to sail for England, was forced to retire Sunday by the appearance of British, submarines. The British steamer then sailed. Tlie German dispatch, adds, Swedish steamers. i Jackson proved his ability thus .surprising some of his L friends. Dr. Workman, of Coal 'Creek; H. H. Ross of Waldo; Mr. Ball J .Ulan umynou., Clear, Peachy Skin of Awaits Anyone Who., ____ other" out-of-town delegates spoke 'briefly, all voicing the uhani- 1 Drinks 'Hot J'-jceiyc the support of a large majority Saysan inalde bath, b.for. to fast-helps us look and feel. !jeavo the meeting at ten o'clock in. sweet, fresh. jbrdpr to catch the mine train for home -A ibut a large crowd many S1 -4-. hiuii in khaki being present. Sparkling and vivacious merry, I -.Jir. Fisher closed the meeting with sparng an vva i issuer tauseu good, clear skin a.nd o[ njs practical talks in criticism 5 men, women these dell. the- reaalts of spending multitudes Oi w was reprimanded, for splashing spec- public works, but resulted in the con tators near the ring sltlo with water plexioua; instead of the slant increasing of the clyil lists, stich fags" and pessimists we should see a How to Your Eyes .Try This Free Prescription. eyes glvo you trouble Do Su alreay we.ir. eye -Ics? Thousands of people wear tlieso Thousands o peope we windows" wlio mlelit easily dis- lesu ncnso with them. You may bo one anil it is vour duly to save your iyes bfforo it is'too late. The eyes are net-laded more, than any other orBnn if the entire body. After you Bnisn your day's work you sit down M-.S rest Vour muscles, but how about .your tyes? Ooi you rest them? TEAMSTES STRIKE Chicago, May hundred drivers, employed by seven express companies here, have been ordered to strike today. ____________________ lags ami COAST PLAYER TO JOIN REDS virile, optimistic throng of rosy-cheek- Los Angeles. May P. Tisher, shortstop witlf the Los An- geles club of the PaeiHc Coast lea- gue, was sold outright today, it was announced, to the -Cincinnati Na- tionals Fisher played with Chicago with t In the Nationals last yeai His record with the Angels tills season did not dlLite he would bo to team. NEW AMERICAN MARK IS SET FOR FIFTEEN MILE WALK BY RENZ New May new American record for the 18 mile walk, 2 hours, ,6 mjuutes and 6 35 seconds, was made today Edward of the Athletic club, at Cel- tic park The former record ot J hours H minutes vul J made b> W. i, has itood since, Decembci 31, 1880. ed people overywher An inside bath is had by each morning, before breakfast, Elass of real hot water with a tea- spoonful of limestone phosphate in It to wash from the stomach, liver, kid-.. neys ami ten yards of bowels the pro-. Ions days Indlfeest.blo w-ute, sour. fermentations and poisons. cleansing iweetcnlng ami f eshening the entire aliment arj canal before: putting more food Into the stomach. Those subject.to sick headache, ml- as salaries and other government ex- penses, He spoke also of the Pacilie driiikihg jand Great Eastern, muddle which has ioiibiiess, -has colds; and sty breath, particularl rheumatism..' those who have 'a pallid, sallow complexion arid who are constipated yorj often are urged to obtain a quarter pound' or limestone phosphate it the drug store whish will cost but a trine but Is sufficient to demonstrate the quick and remarkable change In both health and appearance, those'Who practice internal sanitation We must remember that inside cleanliness is more important than outside, because tho-skln dues not. absorb Impurities to contaminate the bipod while the noros In the thirty feet of, bowels do. J, 0 in the payment by the pro- vincial government of over in' interest last January, with the cer- ainty of having another such pay- ment to meet In the near future. He also! reminded his audience of the statement made a days .ago at Sir Doroin- pn finance minister, in which that gentleman said that the Dominion and .he ..province of British Columbia would have to foot the interest bill of hoiC. which falls due in July, amounting, to over Mr. Bo.vsei s remedy for this sUte of af air's was to take-over the road, but whit could' this province take over when it is already loaded to the limit with guarantees? That the interest in y.he coming election is growing every, day and Iliginiiotham Uo, Ltd, Druggists, s em o read or do something that keeps your eyes busy; you rk your eyes until yon Bq to Md. That is why a6 many have strained eves and finally other ere trouble, that threaten partial or total blindness. are merely crutches; they nii-ir cure Tills free Seh Ss oehemea the ces procrlptlon. of so many, nrny equal wonders for you Use It n short time. AVouM you llko vour ovo troubles to dlsnpr.L-.irns if; by Try this PreMrtptloin. _Go tojl Heart bottli C; IT.v litis .st wideawake drug store and get a, o! Boh-Opto tablets. Drop ono t of and allow It. Montreal, May thrilling, ac- count of what the Canadian boys have been doing m the mine craters of St. Floi, in which one-third of their effectives were" laid low, was. given by I lent "W. Northover, 28th bat- talion, who has returned to help'per- fect bomb throwing" methods in Can- ada. "There are 42 craters all told in'tlie St Eloi he said "The mines were sprung bj the Britisn, and we blew up whole companies of Germans. Desperate fighting followed for the possession of these craters, and when I left It was about even, but since then we gained the advantage "The worst'of the fighting is when when you are on the .slopes inside and fighting toward the rim If >ou cannot get the rim and hold it sou must give up the whole crater To stay inside a crater is certain death "The side which can build para- pets quickest in the night time is the side that wins. "You may guess how .close the fighting was when I tell 3011 that my own dugout at St Eloi was onij fif- teen feet away from a German offic- er's. We bombed each other repeated- y, but could not get results At last i got a strong piece ot and care fully measured it, so that it would lust reach the German dugout Then I got a 47 and .tied it to the string and threw it, keeping, hold of the are had thev started to care for them in time. This but effective multitudes of nmrveiotis y cueeu'u i'i S TSl'TJnS'TS'SS