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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 19, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1010 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE. 110 5th St. S. THE LETHBRIDGE CYCLE CO. FOR SALE BY Local Boy Who Meets Harry Anderson Here 24th of May Gives Fast Exhibition NATIONAL Won Hoston......... Urooklyn....... 13 Philadelphia .....'14 Chicago........ 15 St. Louis....... 14 Cincinnati__s 14 NRW York...... PlttBburg....... II, Lost !t Benton Going Strong St. Louis, May York made it eitfht straight by shutting St. Louis out today, 3 to 0. IJcnton pitched a great game, not a local man gutting a hit past the infield. New York............ 3 8 2 St. Louis............ 0 C 3 Benton and Kariden; Ames and Snyder. Timely Hit Won in Tenth Chicago. May double by Ztin- norniEin and a timely single in the 10th inning by Williams gave Chicago nother win over Brooklyn today, 4 to 3. Brooklyn 3 G 1 Ihicag >klyi :ago Ronnie McDonald, the local boxer, who meets Harry Anderson, welter- weight champion of itrltish Columbia, here on the evening of May 24th in the 'Majestic theatre, boxed three hair-raising rounds with Harry Henrn, one of his sparring partners at the close of tlie meeting of the lodge lii the K. P. hall last night. McDon- ald showed amazing speed and more than, satisfied' the Elks that he has the qualifications to step into a ring with a man of Anderson's eluss. "Mac" has everything that goes to produce a champion, speed, science and a good wallop and he uses both bands with equal skill. McDonald has had plenty of first rate experience. He came originally from that part of Canada where pug- ilistic encounters have always flour- ished, the Maritime provinces, and i there he was a close student of the game and gained knowledge of the art of boxing from many of the mas- ters ot the science. He claims to have gained. his best experience from the inimitable Freddie Welsh. McDonald worked, out with Welsh when Welsh fought Kid Sealer hi Edmonton a year or two back ami the lightweight cham- pion made highly favorable comment upon McDonald's ability. Since then McDonald has travelled. Last year a tour of B. C. with con- aiderable success.- He was beaten by Harry Anderson in a ten-round go at Verrion', however. MacDonald was fb'rced-to make 140 pounds for An- derson which meant too much, weight to take off, leaving him weak. Mc- Donald is ordinarily a 150-ponnd man, but trains down naturally to 145. This is his proper fighting weight and the weight he -will meet Anderson with here on the 24th. Anderson will en- ter the ring three to five pounds light er than McDonald. With this advan- tage McDonald, on this occasion, hopes to take the B. 0. Champ's meas- ure. If "Mac" can do it he will make a 'rep" for himself.' Anderson is expected to arrive here Sunday morning from Edmonton, i he has been boxing recently. Ruckcr, and Miller; Pierce, Seaton and Archer. Alexander Shut Them Out Pittsburg, May de- feated Pittsburs 3 to 0 here today, Grover Alexander allowing the locals AMERICAN Won 20 18 Clovoland Washington New York Boston JJutroll 13 Chicago Philadelphia .12 11 St. Louis 10 Athletics Hit the Ball Philadelphia. May drove Faber off the rubber in the 7th inning today and beat Chicago Felsch, who scored in the first inning, the only visiting player to get past second base. Chicago............. Philadelphia.......... 5 Faber, Williams, Beast and Schalk; Myers and Schiing. Weilman Sewed Up Red Sox Boston, May Louis batted Foster hard today and defeated Bos- ton 7 to I. Weilman had the locals at his mercy, holding them to live. singles. I St. Louis............. 7 13 0 Boston 1 Weilman and Severoid; Foster and Agnew. Walter Beaten by Indians Washington, May bunched hits off Walter Johnson to-1 Grover Alexander allowing the locals onlv four hits i y Washington 4 to 2. i Philadelplifa 3 7 0 Two triples aml a Save the p., 4 n [visitors two runs in the second inning, I niibimi K v ___, __ _. _ Pitt Alexander and Killifer; Kautlolmer and Gibson, Wilson. Reds Win a Game Cincinnati, May broke its long losing streak here to- day by defeating Boston 3 (o 2. In the inning Herzog was given a base on balls and Killifer sent the ball into the right field fence for a home run. Boston tied it up in the fifth, but the locals put the winnin and in the seventh a double, a triple and an error produced two more. Cleveland............ 4 8 Washington and Coveleslde, Bagby JohiiHon and Williams. Detroit at Now York, wot and cold weather. tally over the plate in the seventh on j Rochester Groh's single, Neale's sacri INTERNATIONAL Baltimore............ 3 Chase's single. Boston Cincinnati Reulbach and Wingo. and J Sherman and McAvoy; I and Casey. 9 i I Other games postponed, wet grounds j 3 7 0 I and cold weather, and Gbwdy; Schneider North Bay, Ont. May Six well- known professional hockey players, members of various teams1 in the Na- tional Hockey Association and Pac- ific Coast League, as well as several prominent amateurs, enlisted y ester- day in the 220th battalion for service; AMERICAN ASSOCIATION7 Columbus............ 3 -1 Minneapolis.......... 2 '5 Davis, Vance and Coleman jiams and Owens. I Toledo.............. 5 {St. Paul.............. 0 i Slain and Fiiineraii, Lp- ham and Glenn. j Indianapolis.......... 8 14 2 (Milwaukee............ 4 12 n overseas. The .McNaniara Willis and Gossoa; Facia, Hovlik and Mayer. Louisville............ 2 Kansas City Miildleton, Lmiuc and Humphries and Berry. brothers, Harold Kid Sealer is slated with lilm. to come here TO THINK IT OVER Wtlih-Whjte Mitch for Buenos Ayres Hanging Fire Now Vork, May 18 11" details re- garding the Welsh-White match in Buenos Ayres were about closed yes- terday at a meeting between Harry Pollock, Nate Lewis .and Billy Gib- son; then a hftch The South Americans proposed to post of-the purse money with Billy Gibson, and George, the famous "Dynamite who were formerly with To- ronto teams; Duncan of the Vancou- ver cluh; "Roxy" Beaurire, of the Ken- ora Thistles and Jack Brown, and Gordon Keats of the Torontos. will get into khaki at once. ISIS San Francisco, May hockey season for the California league will start early in June, Players tried out for the team yesterday ami fol- NORTHWESTERN Seattle............ 5 Machold and Cheek; Eastley Cadman. Tacoma n Butte......... ......'12 Sutherland and Roberts; McGimiity and Hoffman. Great Falls........... 4 10 0 Spokane.............. JJ I) 1 Kaliio aiiri Shea; Vance and Mur- ray. NORTHERN Winnipeg........... Fargo Donovan and Moore; Rook. Virginia Superior Bennett and Buster; Bailey lowing the practice in the Techau Erickson. Tave'rn rink, one of (lie officials an-'Fort William .........31 nonnced the probable line up for the iDuIuth 1 Suits That Are CLOTHES If the Clothes we Offer are better than you are used to you ought to know it. Every man is interested in Good Clothes. The Clothes we carry can not be duplicated in this locality at the price we ask. New Styles Ready for Your Inspection in 20th Century, Fit-Reform, and Society Brand Suits at and Furnishings For The Particular Man Extra DRESS SHIRTS, worth to Our price to ail sizes MEN'S SUMMER UNDERWEAR, two-piece in Balbriggan Sale price 35C, 5QC and 75C LIGHT WEIGHT COMBINATIONS and HOSIERY, black cotton 15C 25c HOLE the V2 dozen CASHMERE HOSE............................ 5QC See the New Things in Neckwear CHENY .......50c 75c OTHER MAKES in lies......................25c 35c Men's Fine Shoes All the new stylcs'-iu the best makes. 00 "i> YOU CAN'T BEAT OUR VALUES THIS SEASON WE BOUGHT WHEN THE BUYING WAS GOOD The 2 M's Me Guire KimvHAM BLOCK, LETHBRIDGE, ALTA The Largest Exclusive Men's Clothing House in Southern Alberta, Frisco team as follows; Dunning, right forward; or Corbett Moody, rover; Miles, coven Ryan, point; Hadley, center; Blackball, j Bentley and Weiring; Joe Muuuy j Handsciiu, Schrieber and Hartoff. Viverist; point; Stebbins, centre or rover; Pet- era, wing; McLone wing; WiHard, goal. Four other organizations are in the The teams entered, besides :he San Francisco team are: Canad- tlie stakeholder, and-the balance one [tans, Caledonians, Olympics and San week before .the contest in Buenos Ayres.-The managers of the boxers Insisted .that all. the purse money be New York City. The South Americans said that if they posted tije.-.raoney :for Welsh :and White' and the other boxers making the trip and also- advanced extra expense money 16; and paid for round trip passage's, ft would mean an outlay of close td They said they would think it over. COAST Portland....... Salt Lake ,EAGUE 4 11 RECORD AUTO RUN New York, May new record I for an cuto rim between Los Angeles 2 and New York has been made by E. 4 i G. Baker, who arrived here today. Mateo. Charles Minto is managing the Canadians and these lads held their first practice on Sunday. Dunning on the San Francisco team, formerly played with Prince- ton in eastern states amateur hockey, and Moody learned in Swit- zerland. 'Large crowds have been present for every practice and when the game starts it looks like the man- agement of the rink will have to turn them away by hundreds. Sothoron and Fisher; Kali and Han- seven days, 11 liotirs and 52 minute nan. j alter lie left the California city. Tlia Los Angeles 1 .5 3 j distance covered was miles. Sail Francisco...... 4 9 2 Baker held the previous record of 11 Zahel and Boles; Baum and Sepul- j days, jveda. hours and 15 minutes. City Surplus for 1915 PAGE) 2 8 2 VernoH.............. 7 10 2 Klawitter. Klein and Griffltli; IJc- canniere and Spencer. OFFER FOR WELSH Healthful Sleep i's necessary for the enjoyment and prolongation of life. During sleep Nature renews the vital forces of the body and restores the energy. Sleeplessness is one of the, evil results of indigestion. To avoid it, keep the stomach well, the liver active and the Bowels .regular. The health of these organs Is Assured by Beecham's Pills. A harmless vegetable remedy, which acts immediately on the stomach, liver, bowels and kid- neys, toning and putting them in good working order. Millions of people sleep well and keep well because, at the first unfavorable symptom, they begin to take Worth Box tT St. Hekfii. UM.ihtn.Enili.iJ. hi U. 5. America. In boxei, 23, .Promoters Want Him to Meet Milbiirn Savior Indianapolis, Inch, Mny promoters here were today awaiting the answer of Freddie Welsh light- weight champion, to an offer to meet i Milburn Saylor, a contender for the title, in a 10-rouml bout here on Hay 30, the evening "of the Indianapolis 300-mile auto race. In case Welsh turns down the offer Benny Leonard will be considered. WATER DID IT Tbronto, May caused damage amounting to about at. William 'Croft Sons, fancy goods factory, Wednesday, when. a fire started pn the fifth floor of the build- ing. Firemen were called at once, but .before the water could be shut off the'Stock had suffered heavily. The i cause -of the fire has not been deter- mined. ANOTHER OFFER FOR WELSH New York, May Gibson who is trying to make contracts with boxers to lake part In a big boxing uirnival to be held in Buenos said today that lie had offered Freddie Welsh, the world's chninpion light- weight to defend the title in 20-ronnd bout, with Benny Leonard.; in the Argentine capital. i SCORES KNOCKOUT Bridgeport., Conn., May Chip of Scran ton, Pa., former middle- weight champion, knocked1 out. Sailor "rande of California, here last night n the 14th round of n schedule lo- round bout. ARMY CHAMPION BEATEN St. Louis, Mo., May Jar. abck, of St. Louis got. tlie .decision over Jack Torrance, champion of Ihe United States army in an eight-round boxing contest here last nislit. The men weighed 150 pounds. The Lassitude of Spring is another name for a lazy liver that is weary of the work of eliminating all the Accumu- lated poisons of a heavy Winter diet. Health and strength in the Spring come from a return to simple, nutritious, easily digested foods. The food that puts you on your feet and brings bounding buoyancy to the j jaded muscles and worn-out nerves is Shredded Wheat whole wheat food that builds new tissue and keeps the bowels healthy and active. Eat it with berries, or other fresh fruits for a few days and see how much better you feel. Made in Canada. If ail arrears of taxes were paid in and the current account squared tile city, would have to its credit in the bank, exclusive of 1916 taxes, tile sum of Jl which appears in the audit as "surplus." The total street railway revenue during the year was The electric light anil power de- partment owns in plant equipment a total !rty. ot worth of prop- The property of the street railway system is .valued at The city's sinking fund Amounts to as at.'December 31st. The city's borrowing bower on last year's assessment was Tlie non-revenue producing deben- tures a'mounted to leav- ing an available borrowing power of At the beginning of the year the city owed, the public school board and the separate school board ThR population for 1915 is shown at TO HELP ALLIED RESERVISTS Toronto, May' will he asKed for by the Canadian Patrio- tic fund association to provide for the payment to widows of British and Allied reservists living in Canada of the difference between the pension given by the government of their country and that which will be fixed by tlje Canadian government. A FOOD DICTATOR Herlin, May Intimation is made which, according to well Inform- ed leaders, imb'unlii to practical cer- tainty, that Finance Minister Heltfer- j ich will he tlie new Minister ot inter- ior and vice-chancellor and that a really strong mfen has been fount] for the post of "food. .dictator" in the person of tjiq president of the'prov- ince of Pomeranla, Von Waldow. SALARY mm London, May Churchiil in the house of commons Thursday asked when opportunity would be' given for discussing salary of the1 secretary of state for war. Bonar Law, asked that the question be postponed! tjll the return .of the Mon-. day. Since Sir William Robertsdii's ap-: pointment as chief; of staff with great-: ly the exact chfcrac-j ter of Lord Kitchener's duties at the! war office have been the subject of. frequent discussion. Col. Churchill's question is clearly- indicating that he has definitely- thrown in his lot with the "Ginger" party in parliament. H. G. KILNER SHOE STORE NEW ADDRESS 13th Street North ENTIRE NEW STOCK PF BOOTS AND SHOES HAS NOW ARRIVED. COME AND IN- SPECT OUR VALUES COAL AND TRANSFER C.O.D. 'GIVEN HIS LIBERTY 1 Winnipeg, most im- portant feature in connection with the .inquest concerning the death, by shooting of AV. G. Mason by a com- rade at the waterworks Thursday last was the ante-mortem statement made by the deceased to R. B. Graham, de- puty attorney-general. As a reault of the inquiry. Pte. Ross has been given his liberty. To Lovers of Good Soda "Jackson's Is Where the BEST Ahides" All the fountain drlnki In prut, variety icrved In i cleanly and txpert manntr. Your'favorjte drfnk it here, and we to you cold, rfchr tatty. If you are a fastidious or fussy soda drlnkar, aatltfy your tnlrst tan. Jackson Co. CHtMISTS, LCTHMIDOE, ALiiRTA ;