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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta 'MONDAY, MAY 22, lilUi THIv. MiTURBlDGK DAILY HKIULD PAGE BILLED FOR TO- Dale Changed owing to Soldiers' Departure on Anderson is Here The iiromoters of Hie championship boxing bout, between IticDonald anil Harry Anderson at tlic Majestic the- atre have changed time oC the bout trom the evening of the 2-Hh to ;ame. ocals g ii mil iiie mcinuft the night before the holiday, the pro moters, recognizing the fact that the attention nt everybody in the city will be rlvetted upon the men in khaki during that period. There are a num- ber of Kilties, too, who are boxing en- thusiasts and want to see the bout. They will be barracks al, day of the 24th, will have Tues- day the 23rd to themselves till 11 o'clock at night, which will give all the soldiers who desire it, an oppor- tunity to see these two classy boys ot good .preliminary con- tests are being arranged and a Mutt and Jeff stunl, too, is probable. Anderson on Deck If you notice a tall and strangi youth In town today whose mouth re minds you ot an Alaska gold mine, the probability, is that that .youthful stal wart is Harry Anderson. Harry HI-. rived in the city from Edmonton early this morning. The gold teeth Haro Hashes are emblems of his numerous ring encounters. the noted birds been clipped by Anderson. Jimm) Clarke (conqueror of Joe Bailey) 16 rounds, uossland; "Koughouse" Burns 20 rounds, Vernon; Tate, 10 roundsi Edmonton'; Billy McKenzIc (Winnipeg Idol) twice, Edmonton. 10 and 12 rounds; diet Neff, Seattle, rounds.' He gained the decision oye each of these boys and fought a ten round draw- with Eddie Franks, Fort Georgej He had numer other bouts besides those mentioned. Anderson Is stopping at the Leth- bridge hotel. He will work out at the Y. M. C. A. this evening. Coming In for It NATIONAL ,5CO '.517 .4C8 .-108 .400 AMERICAN Cleveland Washington iN'ew York Boston Won 21 Philadelphia St. Louis Chicago 12 11 12 Lost II 11 12 15 1C 10 I'd. j .081 1 .520 .404 .448 A'K .407 .400 SATURDAY GAMES SATURDAY GAMES Matty Did It White Sox Score Shut Out St. Louis, May York made Philadelphia, May 20.-TIio While t four straight, increasing their win- Sox drove Crowell on the nil bei 11 ling streak to 10 games, by defeating three Innings and defeated .Phladel- St Louis 4 to 1 Mathewson's pitch- phla 11 to 0. 10. Collins led in hitting ng for New York was a feature of a triple ami two singles, while LNeW lOFK WUS it I Not until tho ninth did the iFelsch made three singles, a man past second base, i Chicago.............. ocas ge a man Then, liescher walked, stole second iPhiladelplm after were out anil scored when' iVIison singled. New York 11 -4 so St. Louia....... 1 I) Mathewson and Rarlden; .Iflsper, Williams and Gonzales. Reds Beat Braves Cincinnati. May error saved Boston from being shut lere, Cincinnati winning 6 to 1. ocals bunched their hits In the sec- ond and fifth innings. Rudolph was :aken out in the seventh to allow Egan to bat for him, and the local :eam made two runs off Barnes, who ajjd Srhalk; Crowell, Slieehtm and Meyer. Cleveland is Beaten Washington, May j 'was beaten IS to 3 by Washington. Klepier was hatted nut of the box in the seventh, when a basu on balls and eight hits, including two triples net- out! ted seven runs. In the eighth threu The i runs were obtained off Des Jardien on three passes, two hits and an error. Cleveland Washington replaced him. Boston............... 1 Cincinnati............ t: Rudolph, Sanies .and Gowdy; chcll and Wingo. Phillies Trim Pirates Pittsburg, May Klepfer, Conmbe, Des. to Philadelphia, ii to 1. Delnaree spring. O'Neill; Gallia and Henry. Cobb Fanned Twice New York. May York won 1 a close game from Detroit here, 2 to 1. lln handling Walters' return of a pitch, Caldwell caught the hall on the end of his finger and it opened an old cut lost which had retarded his pitching this Cobb struck out twice in the struck out nine batsmen and was never in danger except in the fourth inning, when Pittsburg bunched three hits for one score. Philadelphia Pittsburg pinches. Detroit New York Cunningham, Boland and Stallage; 1 Caldwell, Love, Fisher and Walters. Red Sox Win from Browns Boston, May a delayed 'start owing to rain, the Boston Ameri- Dodners Drub Cubs jeans won a 3 to 1 victory from St. 'Chicago, May Brooklyn I Louis. Ruth did not allow a hit, tho player got a hit or two off a trio of visitors scoring on two passes, a sac llemaree and Burns; Adams, Miller, Cooper and Gibson. Chicago pitchers and thereby ham mered out an 8 to 5 victory. Packard. r_ _. who beat the league leaders on Weil- Boston rlficc and a double steal. St. Louis JIXIU1U rialmo, WHO UUUL U1B iipuiic..-, v.i He had numerous' esday, was routed with five bits in Davenport, Park, Fincher, McCabe he second Inning. Hendrix's wildness Hartley; Ruth, Mays and Thomas, olped the Dodgers to two runs in the Ague- hlrd, and Cab errors were respon Ible for two more. air game. Brooklyn Chicago SUNDAY GAMES Boston 2 St. Louis.............. 0- Tyler, and Ames and New Yolk Jinclnnati Anderson Dale, iVIoseley and Wingo. Philadelphia Packard. Hendrix and Archer; Dell mil Miller. 2 0 Sny- and Rariden hicago The bout gives'promise of attract- ing many enthusiasts outside of town. There are three auto liveries at Com- merce and they will be doing a rush- ing business with the boxing patrons Ted Barford, owner ot one of the liv- eries, has four trips booked to Leth- bridge, according to his own state- ment -while in the city with a party yesterday. Each trip will see his car r crowded to capacity with McDonald admirers, be said. Ronnie was a Chi- nnnk'Coal Co miner at Commerce and they are standing behind him to a man to take the British Columbia champion's measure. The mine offici- als and everybody else who can get away will be here for the bout and pulling for "Fighting Mac." Diamond City miners are coming over tor the boui in full force, too. He Is well known to the miners of ueth- bridge also, and they will be anxious lo see Mac pui! out a sinner for the honor of the clan. Big Game for McDonald McDonald is a miner by trade and lias worked in a number of the prin- cipal mining camps in the States and Canada, incidentally boxing the while He Its' a clean-cut boxer and a credit to the profession. No meal ticket art- ist, he. When there is no boxing in sight he works at-his trade, command- ing the salary of the best class of in- telligent workers. The height of his ambition is to make good in the ring. He is raking on big game m going after Anderson, but having met Anderson before he knows exact- ly what he is going up against and is full of. confidence in his ability to hand the Vancouver boy his Waterloo However, McDonald is not boastful He said this to the Herald of Ander- son in answer to a question as to how Anderson -worked in 'the ring: "He's in and out all tue time, HEder jour guard and over your guard, you'd think he was on roller skates." f Anderson is tall and rangy, with broad shoulders which taper to, the waist. His reach is exceptionally long It'ls his long reach which Is said to have been instrumental in- defeating "Rcughhouse" .Bums. McDonald.shapes up; very mucli.the _..... _ same In the ring as Anderson. He is WM Iost ,or a tirae tl) a just about-half an inch shorter. They at an altitude of 5000 are very well matched in all respects McDonald has a couple of years in teel age on Anderson it (hat's any advant- age. V Dell pitched a SUNDAY GAMES Washington.......... S I- ,1 Cleveland......... 6 1 Johnson and Ainsmith; Coveleskie, .12 Bagby and O'Neill. Only one game scheduled. INTERNATIONAL i Montreal......... Pieli, Enznian and Egan and Madden. Second 10 9 Goodbred Hixey, Bender arid Klllifer; Laven- der. McCounell and. Archer Only three games scheduled. KYRONEN WINS N. Y. MARATHON Falls .by'Few-Minutes to Equal Hans Kolehmainen's Record New York, May Koleh- rnninen, the Irish-American :Athletic club's champion distance runner, fail- ed by a few inches to win New York's, modified rnarathon-of'12% miles dis- tance for the fousth time .today. The race was won- by. a country- man of Kolehmainen, Villar..Kyronen, running in the .colors of the Miirose Athletic club ot this city. For the'last four miles of the race these two Finnish runners were abreast until 50 yards from the finish. Kyronen beat the champion by about, ix inches: The time of the winner was 1 hour 9 minutes and 10 1-5 seconds. The record for the course is 1 hour G minutes, -made. by KOIehmaiuen in 1813. ..56 6 9 Colwell and Newark Montreal Bressler and Egan Wells, 'Madden. No otiier games scheduled. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION SATURDAY GAMES Toledo li; Indianapolis 4. Columbus (i; Louisville 4. Milwaukee 5; Kansas City 8. St.. Paul 1 Minneapolis 4. SUNDAY GAMES At Columbus Columns 2. .Louisville 5. Davis and Coleman; Paimero and Williams At Toledo- Indianapolis 4, Toledo I. Carter and Gossert; Kaiserling and Sweeney. FLIES 460 MILES IN FOUR HOURS AND A MINUTE New York, May Carl- strom. in a IGO-hofsepower biplane, flew from Newport News, Va, to the Sheepshead Bay speedway in-this city today) ;a-distance of -160 miles, in .four hour's and one minute. This is a re cord for this distance, according .to an announcement made by, the Aero Club of America. During the flight [.ship Boxing Conte onald us. Lethbridge Vancouver 1AJESTIC 8.15 RONNIE McDONALD, of formerly of Sydney and Boston, welter- weight championship claimant of Alberta, age 25, weight 1-15. OWING TO PUBLIC ATTEN- TION BEING CONCENTRAT- ED UPON THE DEPARTURE OF THE SOLDIERS FROM THE CITY AND TO GIVE THE BOXING DE- VOTEES OF THE KILTIES AN OPPORTUN- ITY TO WITNESS THE BOUT, THE PRO- MOTERS OF THE CONTEST FOR THE WELTERWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP OF ALBERTA AND BRITISH COLUMBIA BE- TWEEN HARRY ANDERSON OF VANCOU- VER, AND RONNIE McDONALD OF LETH- BRIDGE, WILL HAVE THE BOXERS MEET TUESDAY EVENING, (THE NIGHT BEFORE THE INSTEAD OF WEDNE8- DAY EVENING AS ORIGINALLY AN- NOUNCED. L, 5. BROWN, Manager Theatrj... PRICES: 75c, 5Oc Boxes, AVOID THE RUSH AT THE BOX OFFICE ON" TUESDAY NIGHT BY SECURING YOUR SEATS AT HEDLEY'S STOKE NOW HARRY: of Seattle and Vancouver, welterweight champion of British age 22, weight 142. HAMMER COMING TO FRONT; Chicago, May Hammer, unknown outsider of Chicago a few months ago as is now one of-the cards of the lightweight i "five -matches, includ- ing'tho'one of "Monday night, when he won in seven over the Bitter Root Kid on a technical the referee stopped the bout; to. save. the Montana fighter from taking use- less resulted In victories that could not be disputed. The promoters In various parts of the country have Been slow, in recog- nizing Hammer's calibre, but when ho handed (Jhampion Freddie Welsh tho worst'licking the Britisher ever was forced to take in n ten-round combat, they began to lake notice ot him. His jrallshlng off ot and the defeat of Bilte? Root Kid brought Hammer a bunch of offers tp fight in other citlcB. The bust 'of these offers came from Kansas City. TENNIS TIE x Annapolis, Md., May ten- nls teams of the, Imvy and the Univer- sity al Michigan lirokc even here to liny, bach taking two strings In slu- (lies, one string. In doubles. T Taconia "jliittb Seattle 12; Vancouver 0. Spokane 7; Great Falls 5. SUNDAY QAMES First game Tacoma 10; Buttc 7. Second game Tacoma 10 Butte 15. Vancouver at Seattle raiii. Great Falls 2; Spokane 10. COAST LEAGUE SATURDAY GAMES Vernon 5; Oakland 4. Los Angeles 4; San Francisco 3. SUNDAY GAMES Portland 0; Salt Lake 2. Oakland 2rVernon 5. Afternoon (10 innings) Oakland 5, Vernon 6. Los Angeles 5; San Fran- Band Instruments Go to the Kilties Snow and-Rain Storm Covers District (CONTINUED FliflM, FRONT PAGE) Another effect present mois- '.Mayor Hardie states that there has been some criticism of the council __ over th'e fact that the 113th Battalion; ture wili be triat farmers who wore intends to take with it the city band grain in their .bins until there instruments loaned last winter. So far was assurance of moisture for the new as the mayor can see it is a sma" for them in this' for the principles for which these "men were dung Mr Denoon touched on the value of sacrifice both at home and in the field, and sion ed how in a unique fashion this war was proving the brotherhood of man, when nations of different races were fighting with each other for great principles will rush out their -surplus This is locked contribution m any and he states gmjn to the market dealers and as thai. the instruments were loan- res.ult wheat tumbled about tflo tents ed it was the general opinion of the B.ev Rev. Mr. Popham Mr. Popham of St. Mary's made a brief mention of Empire day in bis services last evening referring to the greatness of the British em- pire and tiie nwgniflcient part they nere plaving m the war in fighting for principles of freedom preached a special seimon to the members of'the 61st Battery, who at' 'ended divine service for the last before leaving the city. This sermon was In lieu of an Empire Day sermon, and was along patriotic-lines. Mir Cobbiedick based his sermon upon the" thouglit of how a vision of God m duty in early life carried a man., through a successful career He ap-' plied this thought to the piesent day situation, and emphasized the import- i ance of maintenance of character in, the soldier as well as m the The Battery attended In full in command of Capt Collinson. During the semce a solo was rendered very hv pro Vaughan of the, Cisco 2. Franciuco 7. Angeles 8; San Coolness is only one point. Com- fort tailored delightful bodily free- 1'ght thwe are other qualities 25 .assured by the label. I' KLOSED KROTCH UNDERWEAR With tad WittMil Art la Wl Tin Now York, 'May Holla Bjurstedt retained her title in the women's metropolitan singles cham- pionship here today In the final Miss Bjurstedt, who also itf national oham- was made be published. "Whereas in the interest of patriot- ism it is desirable to lend tho city band instruments to the Kiltie bat- talion with the distinct understand- ing that Lient.-Col. Pryce-Jones will arrange to put on concerts with a view to earn enough money to either pay over to tho citv to new strnments of the same quality or buy j Empire Day Topic, For Splendid Sermons .Fr.oKT PAKE) new instruments tor the battalion and return the city instruments -to the city in due time in the best ecu- NORTHERN Winnipeg 4; Fargo 3. Virginia 5; Superior S. Fort William 7; Duluth 1. MIS3 BJUHSTEDT RETAINS TITLE ishers could honestly. say that the British .for justice, lib- the city'in due time m me ueoi. .uim-, erty and Britain was d'ition possible consistent with reason- i at war today because she had been able wear and tear. I impelled by a sense of right to.go to I "Therefoie he it resolved thit nai Mention should he made on this 'commissioner Grace be occ-islon saui Mr Denoon of the men 'meet the city bandsmen on the bisis i who fighting at the front me of the above, preamble-and the I were at the front because many of matter before them urging them mil is at home had been exc-npt through appealing to their patriotism to gne j iccidont or agt or oJier reisous anneaing o er p un the instruments Irrespective of the, Theie han been mam changes agreement which gives them control Knoi honor roll since last Empne dav df the instruments till April BOOSTING WOOD FOR PRESIDENT in of Gsu. pion, heat Miss Martha Guthrie, Pitts-1 Wood, it is said, arc plan burg, ning to present his name to the He Miss Marie Wagner and Miss Bjur- National convention as stedt lost'-'me doubles championship. They were beaten by Airs. Rawson Won'd and Mrs. S. F. Weaver, New York, WATCH FOR METRO VVONDT3R PLAYS I noi onor r ind touching reference ivas made to three of the congregation who had imd the supreme sacrifice of the war I red MacBeth, W I Todd imd Robt Mackay had .giien their lives in the flKht for the empire Mr Denool, also mode reference lo local men who had been honored foi distinguished seivlce lock Palmer a member of publican national convention ua ,ocl! painier a member 01 compromise candidate for president fl been tor distln Thes that if there Is i pro sertice, aiid In this connec longed deadlock in the balloting he OB, r, ilt to mentlpu an ng It Is as may .have, a chance to win, serted by his supporters that he would be acceptable lo Col. Roosevelt, who would be -urged to campaign for him if ho wa" nominated. 'Lieut 'C. S. D. Ross, lormerh with the 'Cv'P. R. at Calgary as a ciyll en- gineer, wax action Ion it wns-qnly right to mention an- othei who, thought a mem ber of Knox, had also won distinction He referred to Pte Bruce Davice, who had won the D C M Mr IleuOon closeu ma senmm TVtth an appeal for the poome to enthrone truth in Ihclr lives in order that they mnv themselves worthy of the great sacrifices that ware being fhade Inspected Ice KEEP YOUR FOOD SWEET AND PURE WITH ICE INSPECTED WHEN HARVESTED Our monthly are so reasonable that no house keeper can afford to do without our ics. Delivered dally (except Sundays) to all parts of tho city PHONE ItG'i Western Transfer Co., Ltd. ;