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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 25, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, MAT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HEHALD PAGE THREE 407 5th St., S. FOR SALE BY D. E. MACDONALD, GUNSMITH HARRY WON BOUT IN THIRTEEN BUS! AT NATIONAL Won Brooklyn 17 I'hJludolphla..... is Boaton 15 New York....... lo Chicago......... Hi St. Louis Cincinnati 1C Piltsburg :I2 Lost 9 13 lii lit 18 19 20 21- Pet. .064 .600 .535 .535 .457 .303 AMERICAN Won Cleveland 22 Washington 21 New York 15 Boston 10 14 Philadelphia Detroit......... 18 St. Louis ........12 Lost 12 13 IB 19 18 19 IS Pet. .647 .MS .516 .424 .400 .400 I Ronnie McDonald Put Down for Full Count in First Round of Contest Phillies Win Cloie Game Chicago.' May doubled with the bases full In the ninth inning of today's game and thereby won a JJ to 5 victory for Philadelphia against j Chicago. Zimmerman's butting figur- ed in most of the Chicago runs. Philadelphia........ -G 10 1 j Chicago.............. 5 8 2 Riiey, Bender, Dernaree and Killi- fer; Senton and Fischer. Bunched Hits and. Won St. Louis, May the score 4 to o against the locals in the ninth with two out, Wilson singled. Honisby tripled, Miller walked and Snyder singled, St. Louis defeating: Boston 5 to 4. Boston.............. 4 n Il St. Louis............. 5 9 4 Rudolph and Gowcly; Jasper, Mea- dows and Snyder. Brooklyn............ 3 13 0 Pittsburg............'2 8 1 Returned Soldier trict Experiencing a Hack- ward Spring Cranbrook, May M. McLcod. I of Calgary, chief clerk t.o Supt. Mar- -iltch'shaw. arrived the city Saturday A solid right smasU to the point of the chin forty seconds after the open- ing of the first round, paved the way for a startling quick victory for Marry Anderson of Vancouver over Ronnie McDonald of Lethbrldge. In their ten- round boxing .bput. at the Majestic theatre Tuesday night. The termina- tion of the bout was so sudden and unexpected. that. the spectators dumbfounded. The scene was dra- matic. Beginning and the End McDonald was first introduced to the crowd. He receive'd a fine ova- tion. 'The.Vancouver bearcat too was given a hearty reception. They don- ned the gloves; next the referee called them to the centre of the ring and gave them the usual instructions; Cincinnati they shook hands and retired to their Benton, corners; a second later the time- j Rariden; keeper's bell clanged out the warning i Clarke. Cheney and Meyers; Mamaux, Har- mon and Gibson, Giants Thirteenth Straight Win Cincinnati, May York eas- ily defeated the Reds hero today, mak? ing it thirteen straight for the Giants, New York......... Cincinnati Perritt and Itariden; Wingo. TUESDAY'S GAMES Philadelphia 6 10 0 1 11 4 Schulz and 10 Chicago 8 IS 3 Mayor, McQuillan, Chalmers and Burns; Vaughn and Fischer. Brooklyn............ 6 11 1 Plttsburg......... 0 2 2 Pfeffer and Meyers; Kaiitlehner, Miller, Jacobs, Adams and Gibson, Schmidt. New 4 10 1 3 10 3 Mathewaon .and Schneider, Knetzer and to begin. They came'together about the. centre, of the ring and sparred for an opening. Anderson feinted with his left, then crossed over with his right to the face and located McDon- ald's clilnjrith the blow that ended llis aTtsr delivering tlia fatal punch, rushed McDonald to his corner where'the latter hung over the ropes in a helpless condition. An- derson-Stepped back as if to give Mc- Donald a'Sporting, chance to recover himself, the Vancouver boy's manager called to bis' protege to go In and finish Anderson did, McDonald going down In a heap over the ropes, where lie "'was kopeleusly counted out by Referee Thompson 'a minute'after the opening of hostlli- ties Ronnie Got In One McDonald landed but one right-to Anderson's jaw, which forced the B.-.C. champloil back a pace. Tbis punch was a counter swat, to the left right awing which put Mc- Donald' away. The local boxer de- livered it" before strength waned. Anderson saw that he had McDonalr groggy and went after.his man; a stif right to the cheat'sent McDonald reel ing into the ropes where Anderson polished the unfortunate McDpnalf off without trouble. It was a sad ending to an anticipat ed fast and clever bout. Anderson "was as amazed at the turn of affairs as anvbodv and expressed sincere row for Ins defeated antagonist He was sorry too that the spectators did not get-a better run1 for their money For sake he" appeared willing a chance to recover, after he had'him on the road to; dreamland, mit; on1'the advice of his manager, went 1n-and finished Mc- Donald.. -Mark. Murray, Anderson's manager, that had Anderson shown mercy the bout might have been adjudged a frame up There was no room for the most skeptical1 to cast -any 'reflections upon the sincerity of the match Hci No Alibi McDonald has no excuse to offer. He is satisfied that Anderson had it on him. ..He shares the belief, how- ever, of most of. his ..'friends. That is', had.he the first round, hie chances'would have been good for at least five rounds, If not the sched uled ten. He seemed..stiff and ex- tremely self-conscious, likely due to the splendid ovation.he received when Introduced. More than half the audi- ence had scon McDonald in the ring before and his style boxing equip ment had gained him many admireis, wtto were anxious (6 see him win He appeared very conscious of this fact McDonald Anderson's ability compared with his- town .better than the audience. A Puzzle afterward that he failed to understand how McDonald stayed 'with, him for rounds at Vernon fast summer, and on this occasion fulled to .last the first round through.' Anderson said he had "Mac" going in the first round at Vernon but he a through it and gave him an even battle to the finish of the fifth McDonald was forced to make 140. pounds for Anderson. On this occasion was the stipulated WfJght for McDonald Anderson never goes over HZ pounds, and often makes the class, 133 to 135. Preliminary Gpea Throe prellmftinry-SfMii were staged, three rounds apiece The first tween Company Sergt Major Thomp unn and Coyle of the lUUi Bat- talion, gaVe the crowd a lot of amuic 0 St. Louis 2 Ragon, Reulbach and Gowdy' Sallee and Snyder. ment., They were not backward in mixing The Sergt.-Major was Back Into First Philadelphia, May wild pit by Bush gave Cleveland the runs j and has commenced his duties. Mr. which enabled the visitors lo defeat f McLeod succeeds C. C. Connolly, who today 5 to 4, The tory with Washington's defeat Cleveland back into first place, of Cleveland's runs was scored whei Graney stole home. Cleveland............ 5 Philadelphia........... 4 Morton anil O'Neill; Bush and Myer. Faber Too Good I has been transferred to Lethbridge. One'Before leaving Calgary Mr. McLeod was presented with a Morris chair by the staff of the superintendent's odice. a result of the smoker hold in evening tliir- 3 I Washington. May lost to Chicago today, 4 to 1, slipped back into second place h team standing, Cleveland Inking the lead by defeating Philadelphia. The locals were the iirst to score, but thereafter Paber outpitchcd a trio of j e audilorlum tcen recrujts Wflre the 22otli battiilion. Private Bryant, who I) has returned from-the battlefield, gave interesting account of conditions at the front. The Citizens' Recruiting League made arrangements for the smoker, supplying patriotic; cigars and liquid Tiili Ly-oiitt citi- zens also signed up for the Ki7th. the libme guards. Tomorrow fifteen re- cruits secured In the Wlndermerc dis- trict, will.arrive in the city to aug- ment the home force. Cranbrook will pic arc in attendance Jit tnc J< ei me assizes. In all about thirty left here yesterday afternoon. i The petition asking for an hiveati- j gallon and report as to the employ- ment oE internes'at Loco is very like- jly bearing ;i little fruit. The latter I part of the week provincial constables the home team's pitchers. Chicago.............. 4 G Washington.......... I 0 Faber and Schalk; Boehling, Ga Ayres and Henry. to four singles today, and with the aid of three great catches by Harry Hooper, shut the visitors out 4 to 0. Detroit.............. 0 4 2 Boston...... 4t 9 3 Dubuc and Stanage, Baker; Ruth and Thomas. __ Yankees Hit Ball Hard New York, May York easily defeated St. Louis here today -ment in the second game of the series by Ccanbrook is experiencing the most a score of 10 to l. The Yankees drove I backward wnug in years. Growth is Weilman out of the box in five inn- j-eseepUpnally slow .A-number of far- ings alfd also hit Parks and -McCabe! are gcttlne thcir sectl hard. the, ground. St. Louis.......... j removed several of them to the intern- 1 4 1 Now York............ 10 10 6 Weilman, Parks, McCabe, Pincher and Severoid; Shawkey and Walters: All Tuesday's games in1 the Ameri- can league were postponed ou account of rain. INTERNATIONAL First game Newark Buffalo Schacht, Gillings and Schwert; Gaw awarded the decision by a slight mar- gin. The next prelim saw Bob Hearne and ..Frank. Lush hook .up. Heanm too heavy by far for -Lush and the former did, as he pleased. Lush proved a game, miller and took 'his medicine with a smile -and occasion- ally sneaked over a wallop. The clash between Harry Hearne and Corporal Stewart of the 113th was the best go of all They are both ex perienced glove artists and thfej went to it hammer and tongs. .The first going in the second round _but the gong saved him. He came back strong as ever in the third and some lusty punches wore exchanged. Hearne was given the decision. The main.bout was refereed .by Company Sergt.-Major Thompson 7ahd Toronto Second Newark. I tuffalo.............. Pleh. Schacht and Egan; and Haley. First Richmond............ 2 Rochester 3 4 4 0 Coopei 4 10 McKenery, Mason and Reynold! Hill and Casey. Second Richmond o 11' Kochester 11 14 Humphries and ODonnell, Ritter id Hale round was even. Hearne had Stewart} First Baltimore...........: 4 6 Toronto------.......... 5 10 5 Sherman and McAvoy; Shocker Manning and McKee. Second Baltimore....... U. S. OLYMP1A The" United States wants the Olympic games in 1930. As Uncle Sam has made a business of sport for. many years, aiid probably expends more .real coin of the realm in en- gaging trainers to develop athletes than any .other country under the he is probably entitled to the 1920 meet. The trouble with the Americans is that they make a bust; ness of, sport. They commercialize everything from to squash, engage trainers at enormous expense who have, to do the thinking for the athletes. In other countries it's dif- ferent. The athletes are considered to have sufficient intelligence to con- .duct their own- affairs.- to have a fair knowledge-' of wnW to do and when to do It arid keep'" in condition without the assistance of a college a dozen trainers, a .train- table and an unlimited string of regulations. the preliminary events by Lush of the 61et Battery. During the waits the audience was entertained by a member of the Kil- ties band with numerous cabaret piano and vocal solos. Over four hundred hoiing (nns were present. Anderson left for Calgary, after the fight, Before'.going he.stated that be would willing to meet any man in America..of his own weight before a Lethbridge audience j Many Knockouts in j Pint Round John L. Sullivan knocked .put three men in one round during his career. Bob Fitzsimmons knocked out four, among them being the notable Peter Maher and Joe Godfrey.. "Knockout" Brown has nine first round victims to his credit. Battling Nelson.has. three, Woigast four; Tommy" "Burns put away five men in the first round; he toppled Jem Roche over in Dublin it was just, such another inci- dent as was seen here Tuesday night. The most recent sensation this kind occurred .this Gibbons cleaned Young Ahearn before the first'round was half over. :The records of the ring teem with one round victories. Gunner1 Tipple and McAvoy; Herbert, Quillan and Kelly. First game 'rovidenc Montreal -Peters and Blackburn; Cadore and Madden, Wells. Second Tincup and Yelle; 020 270 Fullert6n and A Rem Limited Berlin, Onuno ist TUESDAY'S GAMES Newark 2; Buffalo 5 Baltimore 1; Toronto 4. Richmond 2; Rochester 1. Providence-Montreal, .rain. NORTHERN First Fargo 0; Winnipeg 10. Second game Fargo 4; -.Winnipeg 0. First -Duluth 5; Superior 0. Second Duluth 4; Superior, 5. First Virginia 5; Fort Will- iam .7. Second game Virginia 1 Fort Ta- NORTHWESTERN Morning 8; coma 7. Afternoon .game Vancouver 11; Tacoma 4. Spokane o; Seattle 4, Butte-Great postponed, rain, AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Louisville 2; Toledo 7. Indianapolis 6; Columbus 4. Milwaukee 5; Minneapolis 6. Kansas City 5; St. Paul o. COAST LEAGUE Los Angeles Oakland 1. Portland 1; Vernon 2. San .Francisco-Salt Lake, postponed, rain. TUXEDO TENNIS Tuxedo, N Y, May ,M Church and Don Mathejr, forutei Piinceton and Western champions, won.the Tuxedo doubles cups today. In the final of the "round robin" ten- ifs doubles tournament they defeated W. Miles1 and A. S. Dabney, Bps- :on, holders of the cups for three secutlve years, AMATEUR AUTO RACES Chicago, May A Leet. of Omaha, won the western Inter-club cup race at the speedway today and, uitli the trophy, the championship n on-profess fon a I automobile dftvers of the middle west Frank Warren was second. .ZIMMERMAN TO PILOT CUBS Chicago -r-. 111- fielde'r for the local National league bail team, has been appointed captain, ;Mariage'r joe Tinker announced yes- terday BASKETBALL TONIGHT "The Battery and Y. M." C. A. -will play 'basketball again to- night at ;the "Y." The game promises to be a hummer, --even, as the last! You who have en- joyed the grateful goodness of ADAMS' TUJTIFRDTTI GUM for years .will value the convenient form in which it now comes to you. Five good size sticks of stored up 1nvor held prisoner for you in wax-paper and tinfoil. The outer wrapper is a valuable coupon worth saving for Regimental or College Shields. Your dealer has Tutti Frutti in any.of five mellow flavors, ORIGINATORS i i Jwrie Recdidi flbte' M0 New Parlow Record! Infinite Artistry in Violin Playing 4 FTER an absence of nearly two years the re-appearance of Kathleen Parlow on Columbia records will be a delight to admirers .of this gifted Canadian girl. In Drigo's "Serenade" and Dvorak's "Indian Lament" her music touches supreme heights of tenderness and beauty. Al Jolson's hit from the New York Winter Garden, Did Robinson Crusoe Go with .Friday on Saturday and George H. O'Connor's comic song success, "Oh Joe, With Your Fiddle and are two other star performances from twenty great new popular hits listed. A Good Program For Any Evening A1970 f1 fROBIN ADAIR. Columbia Stellar (ROBIN AW A19581 Quartette. A WEARYW FOR YOU. Columbia Stellar Quartette. NA LEI O HAWAII. R.K.Holstem, tenor, and Hawaiian Quartette. waltz. A IVSDJ .t IMAHINA MALAMALAMA. 5C- v Hawaiian guitar duet. BARCHy.TTA. Prince's Orchestra. omca CHRYSANTHEMUMS. Prince's Orchestra. BACK TO ERIN. Taylor Trio. EVER OF THEE. Taylor, l Trio. New Recordings by Great Concert Artists Graveure sings with poetic feeling Tom Moore's songs "She is Far From the Marie Sundelius delights her admirers with two more lovely ballads; Henri Scott and -Godowsky add four gems to their veritable feast of art. Then there'areheight rhythmic, swinging records Didn't Believe from "The Girl From is one of the accordion novelties; orchestral gems; comic, sacred and trio records (two of them by the Trio de a list to make you eager to see your dealer'this month. Drop: in at'the''nearest Columbia' first chance you get to-day. Remember, its a pfeasure for any Columbia dealer to play for'you without thought of obligation. He will also give you complete Columbia Record or write for Columbia Graphophone Company Caalditn Factoiy SorMiren Aw. TORONTO, ONT. 23 GRAFONOLAS and DOUBLE-DISC RECORDS join COLUMBIA RECORDS at THE KENNY ALLIN CO., LIMITED The DIUQ-Book Store, Alberta Donaldson Line The Popular Scotch Service PROPOSED SUMMER SAILINGS. ATHENIA May 28 CASSANDRA............June 13 ATHENIA July 2 CASSANDRA July 16 Cabin passengers only, Rate, Twin Screw Steamers, large, comfortable, and very steady at sea. Service throughout is "DON- ALDSON" STANDARD. Prepaid Tickets from 'Scotland is- I sued at lowest rates. For rates and Information apply to any Railroad, Steamship Agent, or H. LIDMAN, General Agent, Winnipeg, 349 Main Streot, Phone M. 5312 Vancouver, 531 Street. Warner, May rains have fallen in this district the last two and apparently the storm not over yet.. It is just what the late seeding needed, and every farm- er in the country Is feeling good, and expecting a good Practically-all. tile seeding is'com- pleted throughout, this district, though there are several fields of oats and some flax y'ot to he put in, b.ut it may he said'that seeding is completed and the crop is in ry favor able conditions. Just as the weathei permits cverj outfit in the district will be eitlier breaking; or plowing for summer fallowing Mr A; P. Veale who.returned last night after spending two days in the home- stead that the ram is general all being south of foremost in the Lucky Strike country, rendering "the roads almost impassable for autos, as well nc for wagons F. A. Determan was A business vis- itor in town this week. Mr. A. Edmonton transacted! business in .Warner on Sat- urday. Mr Thornton of Lethbridge passed through Warner Saturday on; his way to Lethbridge. i Mr. Hamley of Red'Dder was a bus-! fness visitor on Fridiyr ,P.'tfiw Dayton, is in on important bualnesi. __.' May 12. Mr. -W. 31. Glasgow was-lon a trip to Calgary., P-Jvates D Miller oC the 61st battery leave here J Fetroa and N Philipnifli'motpredi oAer to Coalhurst last ited some of their John Miller, of Coal .Co. "left here la'fct wcek-for Toronto. His is an impoitant one, as made. up his mind to join the benedicts.- On'his last trip across.the young lassie from toqnnie Scotland, who was same boat, capturedvhis 'Jack-'s, -----jy-years of Collieries are expected to ily for' the remainder; of tl If'an afiequate supply mine goo'd for av-vastly--increasei lias been appointed manager Unioii Bank at OF COMMERCE INSTALLED SAFETY BOXESl Wills, Title Deeds, Mortgages, Insurance or other valuables in one of these boxes FOR FURTHER INFORMATION APPLY TO Uthbridge ;