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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 26, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta Brooklyn Philadelphia Boston New York Cincinnati', Chicago St. Louis Pittsburg Cleveland Washington New York Boe ton Chicago Philadelphia Detroit SI. Louis 110 5th St. S. THE LETHBRIDGE CYCLE CO. FOR SALE BY- Redi Win Cincinnati, May Both Lost Basketball Game in Last Minute After Leading Near- ly All the Way Coming up from behind with a whirlwind rush, the .Y.M.U.A. basket- ball team defeated the 61st Battery at the "Y" last night by 32 points to 30. One minute from the time the referee blew his whistle announcing the conclusion of the match the score was a tie, 30 to 30. Half a minute later and the "Y" slipped in the win- ning basket and almost immediately the referee's whistle sounded the end of the match; and the "Y" team for second time emerged victorious from the fraj' after a hot battle with boys of the 61st. The Battery was. ahead nearly the whole ot the game, and they looked A Pitchers' Battle f Washington, May and ,11111! McConnell were hit. when hits Washington phu-ed 14 innings to a 3 meant runs and Cincinnati won the to He the gam" being railed opening game ot ilie scries Jrom Chi-ion account of darkness with Wolf cago today 8 to 4. Mitchell was also and Johnson pitching a r tig, nfFnftitra j1, _ M but was effective in me 4 fl 3 g 9 3 Fischer- ball. Chicago Washington hit hard pinches. Chicago.......... Cincinnati...... Brown, McConnell Mitchell and Wlngo. Pirates Shut Them Out Pittsburg, May shut amy 30_Mew out Brooklyn in the final game of the it two out of three from St series here today by a 6 to lucre today, winning _LETJ [BRIDGE DAILY HERALD Lieut.- Governor Brings Festival to a Most Bril- liant Conclusion rao'M FnuKT J'AOK) 5 Benz, Russell, Wolfgang Sclmlk; Harper. Boehling, Johnson and Henrv Ainsmith. Cardston, Magrath. ituyuiond anil idjaco'ntt districts sent a trainloail of 300- people to the.- festival yesterday, and they entered heartily Into partic- ipation of the affair. Letbbrldec citi- zens appreciated this hearty co-opera- tion on the part the south people, and wore giad to welcome them lo the city. They attended both sessions yesterday and Cardston managed u Carry away, the shield for large choirs. The Closing Concert Wesley church never flaw an and- j ence like that which crowded its and- I torluni lost evening at tin- dosing j concert of the festival. The Governor and his party emereil the lall at 8.30 while the audience j the national anthem. j 0 The massed choirs under leadership i 2 Mr. their numbers 0, the Pirates getting to Dell and Appleton for a run in each of the first Ive Innings. Brooklyn fj 3 l Pittsburg............ 5 ig Q Dell. Appleton, Marquard and Mey- ers; Miller and Wilson. other games scheduled. .to 5. St. Louis Latest Big League Baseball Averages 5 11 1 New York............ .g 4 Groom, Parks, Fincber anil Hartley Cullop and Walters. Boston Beat Detroit Boston, May Red Sox made it three straight over Detroit todav, the score being 5 to 2. Detroit.............. 2 s 2 5 14 2 I Cunningham, Boland. Krickson and Stanage; Shore and Cady like hot favorites until the finish drew near. At half time they led 20 to 12 and were playing a winning game. The game was not so rough as the previous match between these two, bat even at that it was no soft pro- position. The gallery was full ot spectators, about evenly divided in choice of teams The Battery had a large fol- lowing in khaki there and they were equipped with megaphones. The noise they made was enough 'to waken the dead. The teams lined Daubert Leads National Batters Jake Daubert, Brooklyn's first base- man, is leading the batters of 'the Isatlonal league, according' to the lat- est averages. His percentage is .384 Fred Williams of Chicago, though bai- ting under .300, leads .in' home runs .an -uunie runs with six. is tied with Zimmerman of Chicago in total bases'at 60 and Is tied with Grob of Cincinnati in runs scored at 20. Carey of Plttaburg con- I llnues to lead tlie base stealere liay- ing 13 to his credit Boston hai (atari first place in club batting with J72 I National league batters hitting .300 or i Toronto better in at least half tlie games are Hule Britannia and The .Minstrel Hoy. Little Miss Mcllvena, winner of the girl solo competition sang "Fiddle and with splendid effect. This clever Yankees Win Aoaln I little songstress undoubtedly has a Tork. May York made I future before her. She sang with real Louis soulful expression, and won great ap- The Wesley ladies iloubh; quartette sang "Dreaming" with remarkable ef- fect. The winning male chorus, Lntll- brldge Choral society sang Hymn lie- fore action and 0, Peaceful .Night, un- accompanied. Their' singing merited rounds of applause. The winning quartette from Knox sang Here's a Parados for Lovers in ex- celieut style. j The festival chorus sang Now Tramp O'er 'Moss' anil Foil, with Mrs. I Layton taking a difficult obligato. Game Called The choral societies ot Raymond and Philadelphia, May combined sang the Slum- land Americans- were leading the This made a big bit. 3 to 1 torlnv Fleetwood school, the winning chor- stopped he I "3, Miss Waterman, sang their sioppen. tne, ,vmnmg numbers The winnTiig in- termediate choir from Knox sang the i "Legend" unaccompanied, under riir- j ectlpn of Mr. Layton. Miss Simm winning contralto, sang "Shepherd's I I Cradle Song." The festival chorus sang "The Eridal in splendid style. The presentation of prizes here took place. UeutGov. Brett, and All Judicators Thomas and Chubb were President Philadelphia Athletics when a thunderstorm game at the end of the fourti'f inning" i numbers- "-inning in- inning, j termeaiate choir from Knox sang the INTERNATIONAL Won 14 .13 12 13 12 10 S 7 Lost 9 I) 9 10 11 12 14 15 Pet. .591. .571 .52? juuitmuiB Anomas ana i to the .platform, Battery Bryant Ironsides D. 'McTeer. G. .McTeer McDonald Centre .H. Forward. L. Forward .R. .Guard L Guard Y. M. C. A. Lund Dims worth iMcKillop Kane Daubert. Brooklyn, .384; Zimmer- man Chicago Jog Robertson Neu [York. .357; Rarlden, New Yori'' S36' Schulte, Chicago, .334; Chase, Cincin' natl, .333; Hinchman, Pittsburg 329- Oowdv Boston J21 B Burns PhiJa New Yoik Cravath "Tailing substituted in the second half. H. B. McBJyea refereed. Sidelights 'ojl the Game delplna ,127 G Burns 323 Kauff New lork Philadelphia TO6 stock Philadelphia 305 Doyle New J01 Cutiha-n Brooklj-n ,301 and Snvdcr St Louis .301 .Ranked according to ea ed luns per game made off them, the 10 lead- ing pitchers of the National league A pass from to Dunsworlli responsible for the field basket f llave taken Dart tint won the game a !east games are Dell Brooklyn won 2 lost Dunswortli made the most brilliant ket f offi icfi e wun a loop toss It went m a-s clean as a whistle Ironsides, the .Battery right forward scored more points than any individ- ual pla'v'er in 'the game all over the map There is some controversy over the last basket The Battery boys are in clined to the' opinion "in some cases that it was scored too late Both teams are very evenly match c ed and play about the same style of Jt was probably the last contest be tween these two-teams. lost 1 133 133 048 nder Philadelphia won r Packard Chicago non 2 McConnell Chicago won Providence Toronto Baumgartner and ami McKee. Baltimore Buffalo .Morrlssette and and Hartley Richmond 1'ontreal Rhoades and Reynolds and .McAvoy; Wilson Cood'bred AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Kansas Citj Minneapolis Sanders and Berry; Owens. 310 4 7 o Bentley -and my mama- T nuu He nlaved 1W Rllev Philadelphia P'oyed won 3 lost nono j 5? Ijn won 5 lost B 16" Cbenej Brook bn won 3 lost 1 210 S Smith Brooklyn, won 1, lost 2. 2 15 St. Paul Comstock: and May Griiier and Land. Glenn. Indianapolis at Columbus, rain ID KNOCKOUTS IN ONE ma_ m m Eddie Franks and K. 0. Chaliff Pnncipals in Strange Boxing Match Mooae Jaw, May Franks formerly of Edmonton now of the 310th Battalion, was awarded a tech- nical knockout bj the referee In his bout Wednesday afternoon against K O Chalifl, of Regma The fight ended in the second round when Pranks got s straight punch to Challtt's heart The Reglna man went to the mat and after lying a few seconds claimed a foul A doctor nas called and none responding, the referee examined Chaliff and declared there had been ao foul and that Franks was the win ler At this Chaliff jumped to its feet and said that'lie was readj to Ight The'referee announced Ills de ialon stood and the bovs couid fight f thev wanted to Both men went lack in the ring and went at it for lood Towards the end of what would aie been n round ChaJIir shot a tralght right from the shoulder to nkfe1 face and the Moose Taw man on the ropes Chaliff In following Speaker Tops American Batters Tris Speaker Cleveland leads the American league in batting with 398 Jobb is again going better thar 300 Speaker also is ahead in total bases with 51 His teammate Graney leads in runs scored with 21 and is tied with Pouruier Chicago foi first place among home run hitters with three Judge Washington maintains th.e lead among the base stealers, with nine. with .201, leads In club baiting The 300 hitters ot tne Am erican league, counting. only those who have played in half 01 more of the games, are: Speaker Cleveland 398, Burns De troit W Smith Cleveland 344 Nunamaker New Tork S38 Strunk Philadelphia 333, Milan Washington 333, Cobb Detroit 323 Ii-Mullen Chicago 321, shanks Washington 311 E Johnson St Louis ill Hob litzel, Boston, .309. Leading pitchers are Leonard Boston won lost 1 0 71 Coumbe Cleveland won 5 lost none os one 110, Pennock Boston won none lost 2 107 Klepfei Cleveland vion 1 lost none 122, Qallia Washington won lost 2 160 Williams Chicago won 2 lest 2, 116, Stanlev Clove land won 4 lost 3 196 Wolfgang Chicago, won none lost 1, 212, Mor Ion Cleveland won 6 lost 1 225 Plank St Louis won 1 lost 3 2 25 NORTHWESTERN Tacoma , 10 Vancouver o Sutherland and Botholemy: Hall and Folman. Spokane S 11 2 Seattle 7 Evans and Muiraj Mclvor Rose and Cadman Butte at Great Falls, snow and rain. COAST LEAGUE 5an Francisco......... g 10 o Salt Lake 6 12 1 Steen, .Oldhani. Couch and Brooks 16'" Ha" 'WarlloP Mid -os Angeles 3 .j 0 Oakland Ob2 Zabel and Boies, Prough and El 'holt Poitlaud 2 S 2 Vernon Noses and Fisher Airellanes and Spencer. Cox Introduced the speaker. Lieut.-Governor-Brett said that It Has bis (list official to Leth- bridge and the citizens -ihor-Itw l u" "'e success o tho festival, onocnu He was glad that Albert! hid begun so surly to encourage musical talent, and the interest taken by Lethbridge was to be highly commended The fefithal had been as successful in quality of as any nreuous fes- tival Letlibndge docs ei ervthing well as one of the beautiful cities m the T He specially men- tioned the plantnio' of tiees Leth- bndge was foremost in everything, ahedd in recruiting in contributions to the Red Crost and Patriotic funds. He looks foi a prospeioub lutnre for' Lethbridge He regretted that there is not. a better representation at the festival j oii parts of the prov lice rile Lieut congrat ilateu i the Cardston Rajmond and Magrath I people for the interest they had taken He then presented the medals anil shields to the anous winners, j The Bulyea Cup I "Mi Thomas in his remarks said be ioped the criticisms made would not )e taken too hard as thev were meant to correct and lot discourage Re- sults, .of criticisms had already been seen in the singing in the concerts. I be object of a competitor was to at- tain a high artistic standard-and not to.-beat.other competitors. The best medicine is not the most pal- atable He auirded tbe Bnlyea cup for most artistic perlormance to the Knox choir. Following- this Mrs. Johnson sang her winning number "My Heart is Weary with beautifjil effect The S 0 i 91 Douglas, Just reach for your "7 package of WRIGLEY'S-and take a fresh start! It will soothe and cool your mouth and throat, quench your thirst, steady your 'stomach and nerves, help your-appetite and digestion. It is pleasant, beneficial and economical an ever-ready friend to thirsty, tired, nervous people. Two delicious, long lasting flavors; Every package waxed wrapped and sealed against all impurity. Write Wm. Wrigley Jr. Co., Ltd., Writer Blfe., Voato, lor Motker CMM book, in calm, (or tke kidim. Cardfiton choir imid rounds of ap- plauso sang theij winning number Souls of the Righteous The Concert closed with O. Canada. SUCCESS OF i NEW REMEDY FOR Winnipeg Johnson NORTHERN Moore. Suuerioi Duluth Burden, and Buster; o o Clark- S 1" Donaldson snd Ericltson Morse; Culver and Evans p forced Frank" ropes and e fell on the outer edge of the plat irm cutting Ms side and arm Pddie Franks once fought flarrj nderson at Fort George and secured draw with-liliii In ten rounds of box- 6 He is the onlv opponent n ho held nderson even on this side of the line nderson has iinmweil since meet Frank! MILITARY DAY AT CAPITAL Edmonton May Dav n Edmonton was handed over almost entirely to the military, the athletic sports at the Exhibition grounds un- der the ausoices of the 194th on Highlanders being tne centre ot attraction The six regiments cen ered herp took part in tht events and the championship iron by tbe HINDU Hits TWO HOMERS "l FOR A VANCOUVER TEAM Vancouier May >4 Vancoiwe boasts of the only Hindu player in America in the i crson or. Ikball Singh, who caneis around third base for the Dunbar Heights baseball club of this city a school boss team which today defeated Point Grey base ball team bv a of n to 11 in a gan e which the native from India made tuo home runs His second homer was made in the opening of mo uiiampiuiiaiup won oy inning when the score 202nd Sportsmen s Battalion under lo 10 in of Point Bear Mr suffered for years with backache Last March I tried have used this new kid- ney medicine lecendy discovered by 21 Dr Pierce, and it uis wonderful the 4. way it eased the pain and gave me relief m such n short time T tried several but "Anuric" is the only one that gave satisfaction. I feel it mj duty to recommend lAniinc Tablets "to anyone who suffers u I did Signed) Mss. MAEGAKET E. SNIDER. A Correction In yesterday's Herald the marking of the Intermediate choirs were some what misquoted The markings were Knox S5 and 78, 'Wesley 85 and 75, and St. Angustin s 59 add 64 Mr. Fleming was gn en a1; ing received 71 maiks in his bantoue bolo, his highest 76 In the' junior piano competition a wrong impression mai have open gained bv the mannei in thi names were published. The wlnne was >'era Glah'vllle with 160'marks second being Viva Elton Kith 154 marks and thud be ng Maigaret Gib bon with 152 marks, special mention being made of bagniar Sandnuist on I account of her splendid performance for one so joufig YESTERPAY'S WINNERS The Wesley 'church auditorium was packed at both competition sessions yesterday', .the closing day of the fes- tival, when; the balance of the con; Piano Sight 'Ihis also difficult contest was won by Mrs w J Nelson, who'was one of the official accompanists of the fes tival She takes the silver medal The other entries w.ere Mrs, Lav ton, Miss Lillian Phillips, Miss tests were heard. Contraltos In the contraltd'solo'-contests, there were three entries, Miss Siram, Leth- briilge, capturing the gold medal, Miss Larum, of Pincher Station and Miss fn'Kster. of Barons, being the other entries, in their order of merit The three contestants .were praised for Folks in town and idjoming j their work Vancouver are delighted with the lesulls I Tenor Solo baseball Only one entrj in'this contest Berg icrson oi I tSTi'vALitP' who I of Medicine Hat No award hflaoiiaTi INSTITUTE, m Butfalo. N Y. In stniirtBrH Lieut Col howen with the 188th w der Lieut Col Belcher second Logan Blades n nellknownr provincial atli lete and member of was star performer of the day. 1ITI8H CHAMPION LOSES MATCH AND1 LIFE PENSION London Ma> British mid pugilist Pat o mle lost his match with Uinrisman ake at tho National Sporting club it night Had O'Keefa won, he uld havt- gained therebv n pension one pound a ivwJt for life. GOTCH WILL NOT AGREE TO CONTEST Dec-itur ill May Ootch, champion heavyweight wrestler, strted hete, that he would not meet oJe Steelier for the mat title, on T Labor Day Grav and Dunbars on the bates IKOail drove one over the fence for the entire circuit winning the game TAKE TRAINING COURSE Those who started the day Church, Lethbridge won the contest .with almost perfect marks securing'98 out of 100 Her singing won great praise from the adjudica- tors, who said her performance was so perfect that they could accord her nearly a perfect percentage The number of marks given. U8, was the highest ever accorded'anyone enter- Ing, this competition, since the Inaug- uration of the Alberta Musical Fes tival nine jcars .Mr. lloffat, of Clarebholm made s food seconV in this difficult competi Dixon and Miss F. rjn'swdrth .all did well; Sight Piano Accompanying Mrs W J Nelson also won this con test with 90 marks, Still- man, of the 175th battalion, Medicine Hat came second W4th the other contestants being Mrs tiyton Miss Dunsworth, Miss Dixon, "Miss Hazel, R. T. Brymner and Miss .Lillian Phil- lips No medal was awarded m this con- test Knox church being awarded the certificate. This trio included Mrs Laitoh, Miss Hazell, and Miss'Simm" Tv.0 trios from ehjircn, enter; ed, Miss Dow sett, Miss-Dawson and' Mrs Dawson comprising one and the H H Johnson Mrs Johnson (elect- j j: ed Elgar's Sea Slumber Song and Qor- ing Thomas' My Heart Is Woary. ShSl was highly commended, her render-' ing being very beautiful and her excellent Miss Alice Simm securad second this contest, and sang splendidly, middle notes being particularly beaut tlful Her selection of songs, how.' ei er was criticised Choral Societie. The Lethbridge choral society der the leadership of E uci LIIC icauciolllp ul El J! secured the'Cross-shield, held at preset ent by tne Edmonton choral union. They sang The Slumber Song anoij The BridaL Chorus The Haymondif choral society- secured second m this singing Slumber Song and the Songr' of the Redeemed They sang well. There were no other entries. J Lacroise, Wis May 25 .urb jjawson comprising one and the Lacrosse, Wis, May light-- rther mcludi-ig Mri ng plant of the Wisconsin renner and Airs T sota Light Power company was de- Large Choira The AlbeitA Stake choi? stou under directorship of Frank Lane captured''the JIcNamara Shield'JielB at present by the All. Edmonton, in the choral society c6n- est _This was the only entry Their inglng was well'commented upon. Gold The gold medallists competition for he Stuteh'bury cup was taken by Mrs. stroyej by fire today, which was start- ed bv a bolt of lightning during'a tie- vere electrical storm The loas'is-es- timated at fully by Insurance The storm was one'.of the worst of its kind in the history of city I A tornado did 'great climage to-the farms m-centrahlowa. Geo Fraser, farmer, East Williams s Ont, suicided by cutting his throat. vorHe Prescription" ttd I'dlcti i ion. The otner entries Miss s 31mm, Lcthbrldgo, A. B Cure, Card ston, Mrs. Stella Layton, n. 0 Miner Mr. Long, all ot Lethbridge. -v Children all love Cowan's Maple Buds 'because they are, delicious and may be eaten in y large amounts without ill effect-r- eyery Buiipuje aiid fEL. ;