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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 23, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta Tl.'KSDAY, MAY 211, I'JIC THK XETIIBRIOGE DAILY HI-BALD 1 inniiclU. Still ml lie Icail ttttmly, stmincli. light-r "u ciilcs" Coaster Price c.c.u. i jtadc in Canada Canada Cycle Motor Company. 110 6th St. S. THE LETHBRIDGE CYCLE CO, FOR SALE BY Wolfgang. lUlSBCll and Sc PAGE THREE' lioston...........- [J i s and Brooklyn at wet grounds. New 'Utsburg, postponed. J j Coumbc. llnghy and O'Neill; Myers Vorli at Cincinnati, ralii. land Schang. I St. Louis............. ln New H 4 j Plank. Groom and Hartley; Keating. i Kislier, Marklc and Walters. Mandarin, Gala Water and Gala Day Divided All the Money in King's Plate grain's entries, the three en- j tereil whose jockeys wore the yellow and black sash of tlie popular Water- loo turfman finished tirst, .second and third In splendid style. The time was 2.12 for the winner. Mandarin, who was given a pretty ride by Jockey Pickens. Gala Water, carrying only King Built and Officials All Chosen for Boxing Con- i test Tonight Soldier to Bout at Arranged i Toronto. May fifty-sixth All arrangements have been com- jrcnowal of the King's Plate resulted nlelod for the championship boxing iin a wonderful'victory for "Joe Sea- bout tonight at the -Majestic theatre. McUoualil.. and Anderson indulged In Intc'i-k-out in the Y.M.C.A. st nisllt before a gallery of curious -joxing enthusiasts, bent ni.on comparing the merits of the boxers. Both boys appeared in tip top shape and many emissions or miration went the round of the gal- f lery. This completed abo.ut three we'shs ot hard training by -McDonald. He has been boxing in his work-outs men of all sizes. Among his sparring partners were Frank Lush, Jimmy 1 usil, Bob Hearn, Harry Hearn, and W. Hate. For his splendid condition AirDanaM is most indebted to Bob Hearn. who has taken many lusty wal- lops, from the .lighting miner during tlie training period. i The spectators in their opinion, were about equally divided as to the comparative merits of Anderson an' cDonald They were all ot one opinion however in retard to the acs of the boys and that, one opin- ion was that they both know their I, n ess Both cut pretty figures n the ring McDonald arPeais moie sol idlv built while Anderson is more] supple They both wolkod out with Frank last night and Anderson s defense w is, a noticeable feature 4T ter deliver ag a punch he is limned Htely on the defense and his opifoil ent it all times must be on the alert to pick an opening, for the openings seldom occur. He hits straight from the slioulder and throws his body with the punch McDonald exhibited a little more speed than -ndprson m his v oik Out last nifcht with Lush McDonald is a'gressiv e and is constantlv on the AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Milwaukee........... S 10 1 Minneapolis.......... 4 8 1 Shao.klcfonl, Faeth and -Mayer; Williams. Harper and Owens, Tyree. Indianapolis at Toledo, postponed, wet grounds. Louisville at Columbus, postponed, rain. Kansas City at St. Paul, rain. NORTHWESTERN 4 4 Seattle.............. 7 12 1 Webb, Bloomlield and Murray: Hose and Cadman. At Great Falls; no game IT-8.15- RONNIE MCDONALD, of Lethbridge, formerly of Sydney and Boston, welter- weight) championship claimant of Alberta, age 25, weight 145. _______ MAJESTIC Championship Joxing Contest Lethbridge Harry Anderson Vancouver Also Preliminary Contests PRICES: 75c, SOc Boxes, HARRY ANDERSON, of Seattle and Vancouver, welterweight champion of British Columbia, age 22, weight 142. ,ij .hednied Heavy Rains Give Impetus i Farewell Banquet to Leth- 108 pounds with Smith up, came sec- j ond, and Gala Day (113 pounds) with Warrington up, finished third. The _ _ three Seagram entries were coupled in the betting, the .pari-mutuals pay- ing 53.40 to win and S2-50 for, place on two dollar tickets. It is eight years since'a. Seagram entrv won the King's Plate, although Taconm and Vancouver, no game, to Growing Crops (CIllVTiXUrill 1'KOM ped T-it as is evidenced by the enor- moils' loads passing through town NOTICE TO LAWN BOWLERS daj, CARMANGAY j the 'Waterloo horseman has entered every race in receait years. I It was the smallest field that 'has competed in this famous Woodbine i event in years, only six horses facing the barrier. 1 he suinmaiy Ftist i ace (i fm won Watei lad} 2nd Squoeler J 13 2 o Second lace 1 ellow j Sallj TV on Blue Glass Belle 2nd idillac Ird 03 Third race mile and Hoonir, won; Eddie Henry, 2nd; Brave funarder 3rd 48 1 Fourth race. King's Plate, estimated c ep ion of a' lield (1K the ex- here Owing to the uncertainty of the weather, the bowling tour- nament arranged for the holi- 'wuere'uie uimi day has been postponed until j tn tnc Oar'mansay district the next holiday. .If the wea- fme. The' high'winds of 'two weeks' ago had a, bad effect oil I grain on light land, but ;with the mois- ture which fell todav it is expected that these Holds will come along fast md probablj yield, as well as any iotheib. On the whole till, outlook bribge Soldiers (CONTINUED :'Fi'.oit- TAPE) Coupled With the toast to His Maj- esty's forces were the names of Lieut, .'.sc'iilith of the 113th and W. S. Ball. Lieut. Asiiuith hoped it wouldn't be Ion" before the 113th wo.uid go over- a'n.rtnere" "oil to do its bit. He also spoke of an'1 the honor which had come to Lieut. and afternoon. Go down in the morning anyway; you can help the ground committee in putting the green into first class condition after this rain. value 3-year-olds and up miles X-Mandarin. 113 NEW WORLD'S RECORD FOR DISCUS THROW here is exceptionally good and while the crops have not been suTerma for moisture the: rain Which fell today has brightened every farmer up, and are confident t lit 1911, crop will Manwaring, one of the founders of the Kentish association, and hoped that he and Pte. Robins who had been as- sociated with Lieut. -ManwarinE in founding the Lethbridge association could come back with similar honors to that won by the man who had al- ready distinguished himself on the field. W. S. Ball said he had been sur- prised that evening to hear that half of the S. O. E. and half the Kentish had already donned khaki. Man Who Shot Another Ap- pears Before Magistrate for Preliminary Hearing Arhe Mucks Hurls Greek Instrument 155 Feet 8 Inches at (Pic'kens) Dual Meet XGala Wa Madison, Wlb., Ma} fastest dual meet ever furnished, the 60 and out won 32rd: TtaM' ien Wisconsin Saturday 72 to 03 Austin also ran. entries.) Fifth race, about two .mile ving won Hearts of Oak 2nd fir .3rd 'M Frijo points. Arlie Mucks broke his own world's lecoid in tlie disens when he threw be a big one i He did not know that he should have m surprised when the British have 1 being biokcil iJ this diitiict this year. BOW ISLAND How island, Mav --It has been raining steady Here all day. Wheat is all-Seeded and about 10 pel cent _ juj ___ of oats, flax and barley j oTeat at_tho j When he came into the kitchen he 'said. "I'm going to kill you. I want jto- lluish my life right here." When the light between the two men was over her husband called that he was i alive yet and she took him to thS lamp house. Coming back she found. i that 'Tony had crawled' partly through) ,the door out of the kitchen. She had to bite his finger to make him let go 'of the gun. I "Did you have any trouble with i 'No." "How long have you known 'About five years" _ "Were, there auy hard feelings be- tween "No, no: we were not friends, .and not Witness identified the gun by a cer After two hours' of evidence in the in sne put on jftne morn- case of Tony charged -with of the assault the attempted murder oi Reuben Nick Johnston, an Austrian Italia'.'.: i.ic murder Silivro oil the morning of April 2oth lazt, not a jot !0t evidence was ad- duced showing a motive for the crime: The preliminary hearing was held yes terday afternoon before Superintend- ent Pennefather at the Mounted Po en more tnan llce barracks. Inspector Chanev hand- men, hut it struck one forcibly whenlling tuo case for the prosecution and gathered into such A company that present that evening. He men- 1 tioned the fact that Canada has al- more men than wheat is .up two to. There is an increase -m about 10 per cent. acreage o I beginning of the war. It had been a eight inches The I 145 feet 11% ins around it with his speed Foi action speed "am excitement Curso: Montague Splutter won 3rd a scientific'displas the bout to m0hl CAP an; thing put on here before. Everything Ready Talent for three or four preliminary events has been lined up The Kilties I will be- represented in the prelims by (ompanj Sere' Thompson a Scotch boxer of considerable lennUtiou 'with the glovci, and Pnvate Chas Goyle 1.48 15 Seventh race. 6, london won Irish Hfxrt 2nd Gen tlewoman, 3rd. 3-5. me Kiltie representatives will at 133 pounds. The question or a referee is a tick- lish one Only a first class man will Milt McDonald and Anderson How ever, .a-flist class man has been se cured and lie is Company Sergeant Thompson of the 113th He is report jbout in 01 del to close eaih and allow their employees' to see it. The bout will be a clean affair in every particular and will be worthy oi njbodys patronage The promoters have kept this phase of the mate', well in mind i Xaik Murray ot Edmonton llariv Vndeisons manager arrived in the cltj today from the north He will be seen in the Vancouver boy s corner to night. W. A. '.McDonald, of cousin of Ronnie McDonald was expected in 1 .....the go mitcherfl of the old sod Tho ring was built last night. It is a 20-ft. ring and slightly padded. The seconds, the time-keepers, 111 referee and the announcer have all, been chosen and everything is readv to commence the .entertainment at Slo Indications point to a packed house the show is hilled to commence, at 8.15 but" Will not likely start till 8.30. Tlio preliminary goes will take about three quaiter? of an hour to run oft and 130 should nee the main event on Its way Some of the local merchants have inquired as (o the lime of the main CLEVELAND AFTER W. JOHNSON Cleveland, May rumor was n circulation heie today and was iipt denied by President Jameb C! Dunn that the Cleveland Amencan league raseball club is in. the market for alter Johnson pitcher for UietWash ngton club anrf considered by many baseball experts the greatest pitcher 11 the national pastime. f Of course we would buy Johnson iatu f however we would not go stark raving mad in tlie would pay We are willing to pav big monej but the price must be fair With the Tns Speakei deal 11 esh in their the fans bore, are agog with excitement ove the even remote possibility of lohnson being secured tor the Indians t The same man who first created the en- viable goodness of ADAMS- TUTTIFRUTTI GUM thirty-five years ago is still maintaining the high standard enjoyed by all. The only change in all these years is the recent improvement in package. Today there are five sticks, each by machinery, in and tinfoil The outer Wrapper of each package is a valuable coupon Save them for Regimen- tal or College Shields ORIGINATORS CARDSTON Cardston, Ma: opera- tiliouLh'out tlie rardbton district been i rosre ing tapidlj lurin" egnnng o wonderful achieveme'ut and one to be justly proud of. He was sure that jllSll.V 1MU1IU "1- Ji" Lethbridge felt glad and sad at the same time, to be sending away a bat- lalion and a'battery in one week, but ha was sure the 'hoys wo.uid give a have been i rogre ing tap d account ot themselves, one and the past few weeks and plmost nom every art of the district comesjhe WM ed for the dis-l appears 1 .pid tliau the season. In c< commt "long i do their3 bit the war when they appea" to be I got to the fighting lines. i en well sitislied with the outlook.: i The weathei the pa't week has been almost ideal foi fa i o-1- no wind to speak of and not too warm for hard 'MAQPATH Mav uiujteuiet happy to be in khaki, all hoped to -a spoke on benalf of thc- A 0. F. anu- the -Kentish association speaker. He praised thi the "fact that it was be jeftr is not quite so laige as last, tar- niers having almost more work than they can haiMle and o ins? to the lateness of the season, the acreage could not be increased. RAYMOND juriLimi pjiiipuK.-. bers inore.than are in khaki. Court Unity has 42 'out .of 96 in khaki, some of lyh'om, have already laid down their lives. The toast '.to the ;ladies was pro- posed by G. Parsons, and when it is known the [t: A. Smith for the defence. Reuben Silivro. the victim of Lorn- bardi's attack, was the first witness and told in. broken Italian and Eng- lish, with the aid of an Lombardi's midnight visit to his home at 49 2nd Avenue, Hardieville. told of returning from the dance at No. 3 with his wife, and of finding three windows ot the house broken, and the children badly scared. Tony returned and called him to come out. He did not do so, Tony having made threats while outside the house. The accused then came into the house, into the kitchen..saying "I have .come to kill you." Witness was on tile' in- side of the door to the bedroom, and Tony came and pushed it part way open. Sticking the point of the gun through, he fired five or sit shots "Did you think he was going to "I didn't think be was going, to shoot. r thought he was going _ to no craiy. He say be was going to kill the whole family Witness here .mentioned something about "Black Hand" which was un ntelligible, and was not pressed to explain. 'How fast did he asked Mr. Nick Johnston, an Austrian Italian, called, said he had seen Tony Lom- bardl on Easter Monday' and that Tony had then threatened to kill Slli vro. They had all been drinking. Owing to the illness of Sergt. Heems who was unable to appeal the case was furthei remanded until TuesdLv nest when Dr. Galbraitll will also give evidence No bail has been applied for in" the case of the accused as yet. FRED FULTON SIGNS TO GO WITH CIRCUS Milwaukee May Pulton heavyweight boxer, through Ms manager, Mike Collins, signed a contract for a twenty -weeks' engage- ment with a cirrus A provision of the conUatt provides that Pulton will permitted to meet Willard in their contest for pioirahlp ot the world on Labor before a Jclub jet to be named CLABI ills CLABBY V'INS FIOHT Vancouver May cable patch from flydney Australia an nonnces the defeat of Dave Smith by Jlmms Clabby In 1 SO round bout RAYIVIUIVU known the toastmaster .resiionuBu iiu Raymond Mas a drench-1 more necll DB :said. The Dart the Ing snow and rnln storm in progress lnaies in helping to bring and piacticallv the of wheat lhis war to a successful close was not crop and much of the oats in the far- t by 'the eloquent speak, _ nrn j er. A silent toast was introduced at the close of the program in which those present the. boys at the and In memory of those who have.i already down their lives for their Empire' During tlie, evening songs were ren- dered by Corp. A. T. Jackson, H. G. aged 71, G. mers of the Ravmond loiidly lejolclng rhe precipitation of the last eighteen hours has soak- c-l down to the sub soil moisture. Be- sides goin? long way suring a crop this sea-on it will great- assist those finners who nre bieakmg new land Considerable land is biolen up Jus spring, and before the btorin it wis lecoming rather for good ploughing. The storm' will p.nt the sod in-.excellent shape. Westley. DIES AT 98 louilon May Tho death at Budapeslh. jestoidaj ot General Ar thiir Gobrgte 98 years old is reported in a Central News dispatch from Am- sterdam Gen Goergie was command ci in Jilef ot the Hungarian army dm ing the wni of liuera ,on He was also a pi eminent chemist i HOLD HUNS RESPONSIBLE London, May Dutch, gov- ernment has decided a strong note to Berlin saying that the German version of the torpedoing of the Dutch Tubantia cannot be accepted arid holding ucrlnany responsible tor it says a dispatch to the Bally Mail nom Uotterdam ladson sans, a number of parodies which vvele greatlv appre elated Tho function closed by the singing ot the national anthem and the goodbves 'o tlie boys who are soon to leave for the training camps RAILWAY MEN STRIKE Hamilton Out May 126 shop ban is employed by Jie Toronto Hamilton ft Buffalo railway walked out Saturday afternoon after falling to come to an agreement wit1- the com pans regarding wages and hours The award of (he conciliation board recent ly madp not satisfaetorj to either party. _________________ The three year, old .son of H. W. Guess, ,Sydeiihani, met death before the eyes of his father in a creek that runs through (he village Toionto May J Forbes, "Wienie, Highlanders) today re- ceived a cable from Captain Maybee, paymastei of the 15th battalion, that Lieut-Cnl William H Marshall com- manding that battalion in France, was' killed in action on Friday last The late Col Marshall for a time, _ when Brig Gen Leckie was wounded was m command of the Fourth Bri- t gaSe m France He served m South. Africa with the Canadian Mounted, i Rifles and was an officer lot the 13th. battalion of Hamilton, before becom- _ ing. attached to the headquarters staff of the second military division in, charge of the training of cadets. "As fast as the revolver would fire." "How many shots hit "Three. I "Where was the hammer you picked I was in the coal pail. "Where was the coal pall with the "In the kitchen." "After the shooting you came out of the bedroom into the "Yes, I put my hands on him and pushed him back." "Got hold of a piece of coal and the hit him. with the coal'' "Yes." "Where did you hit "I don't remember." "Did you hit-him on the head with the "Yes 'Did he "ies 'When he was on the Boor how many times llid you 'I don't remember.' 'Did you think Tony was 'No. I knew he was breathing." Witness then identified the gun, a Browning automatic as Tony's, and also the hammer He cliuckletf when he saw the handle was broken. Both the head, and the handle of the hammer were covered, with dried blood Mrs Silivro s examination, b.ouchl out much-the same evIdence.-She said Tony fired ono'.ahot, when :he back after their return from the dance When outside Tony saifl, Come out, I want to cat yeur VERGING ON FAMINE Rome, May 22 Vatican has re- ceived confidential information thit 1 the shoitage of food in the Central Fmplres is verging on famine, espeei- ally m Austria, where conditions are 1 described ab worse than in Germany It is said that the Emperor Francis Joseph will protest to the pope against inhuman attempts ot the allies to t starve Lieut Milner Mathieson of St "Mary's, with the Canadian Engineers n Fiance, has been awarded the Mill- ary Cross for conspicuous bravery Why They're Bought "I -ertamlT say the Gin ftave done a lot of good for me. Some four years ago I could not walk my fret and ankles were so mollen, bjt I took three boxes of Gi.i Pills and the trouble has never returned My mother, Sj years of age is taking k them and feels fine. -MRS J B S4.LSBTJRY, Camden East'' GIN PILLS are soc a boi, or 6 for fz 50 at all Sample Mnt free if requested. Drat Comical ;