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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 27, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, MAY 27, 1915 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREV, 1^ NORTHSIDE TEAM WINS OPENEIt City Baseball League on its Way-Knox Went Down to Defeat ? ? ? ? > .;. >,�}. �^ ? ? ? cox AND ROEDEL DRAW ? 'A barrel of action was contained in th� opening claBh in tlio city amateur baReball league, played at tlic Atti-| lottc Parle last evening before a Jalr-sized crowd. Norlii Lethbridge de-Icatod Knoic by a score of 16 to 4, and as the acore indicates, the action �was mostly in the Kortli Lethbridge end ot the game. Joe QiUis pitched an approved brand o! ball tor the winners and was accorded good support. Williams, who occupied the box tor Knox was hit oftencT and was not held up as well as ho should have been by his team mates, and the result was inevitable. St.. Louis, Mo., May 2fi,-.Joe ? Cox of Springfield, . Mp., who ? onco defeated .Jess W)Hard, the > present world's heavyweight. ? pugilistic champion, .fought ? eight rounds to a draw with George Boor Iloedel of South ? Atricii, hern last night. Tho : nuiii weighed about 200 pounds : each. J. .j� .;, .;, .;. ,;. ,;. ,j. .;. .J. BASE6AL NATIONAL w. h. Philadelphia...... 1� 11 (;hlcaBO........ L'O I a Brooklyn........ tii l.'i St. LoiilB........ Ml 17 HIttshnrg........ 15 Vfi Bo.slon......... I') lii Cincinnati...... 12 17 New York....... 11 17 No National League games, AMERICAN FANS BACK IWO TEAMS TO WIN PE BETTING HAS BEGUN IN EARNEST ON BIG LEAGUE RACIIS- BEANEATERS FAVORITES While the game was one-sided, there was i plenty of life and action exhibits cd all through the contest, and the spectators were not bored as is usually the case where the scoring is done principally by one team. Knox i . , , �, u �i n Bovcral times bad men on the bases ' struggles for the baseball with good chances ot scoring, but! which in other years had languished their eTideavors to get across theiimtil midsummer, has already begun plate were nipped in the bud. jjn earnest. The first inning they scored one i , , , , , , apiece. In the second Knox scored' '''"^'^ champions arc *wo, and then the North Side nine H'c favorites in the National league, retaliated with five. After this tho at 3 to -2. .At that ligure Arnold North Siders had the scoring mostly i uothstein has bet about $5000, tak-to themselves. ,i. r. j Tho boys shape up well all round. I '"K ^''P ^osion end. Knox displayed signs of a need of ; 'I'lie Giants arc a 5 to 1 shot.. j)rncticc, and in a few days they ' O'llrien, the amateur rider, bet $2500 should be on a par with their oppon-; to S500 against McGraw's team yes- New York, May 26,-Betting on the pennants AB. R. H. PO. . .'i 0 0 fi cnts of last year. Box Score KNOX- Bond. c..... Johnson, cf. Robison, 3b iWilliams, p Kelson, rt , Sang, ss ... McPhee, 2b Campbell, It Hansch, lb tsrday. A Urooklvn theatrical man bet $2,-p ;500 against 512000 that the Brooklyn j Nationals would not linish in the lirst ^ � division. I The longest price given in a big bet ' was 100 to 1 the Philadelph 2 1 W. ChlciiKo........ 2;'. IJetroll......... 2?, New York...... 17 DoBton......... i;i Washington...... M St. Louis........ 14 ClfjvHlatid...... L'i I'hiladolphia...... 12 h. 12 ^^^ M 14 17 1!) It) 21 .... 6 .... 7 Faber P.C. .621 ,e06�| .500 .485 .484 .484 .414 .;in;! P.C .657 .(�.�;n .54.S .481 .4.53 .424 ,400 .304 11 5 9 2 and New York .................. CJiicuKo ................... Keating anil Sweeney Schalk, Washington .................. 5 1� 3 Detroit ........................... 10 7 0 Khuw, llnpper, Kni^el and .\iii.smith;. Diibiic and Stanagr. Other games postponed, rain. FEDERAL W. L. P.C. Chicago........ 21 K! .618 Pittsburg........ 21 14 .600 Kansas City...... I!) 14 .576 Newark........ 18 15 .r.45 Brooklyn........ 17 p; .515 St. LoiiiK........ 14 17 .43,-, Haltlmore........ t t\ �JO .30 4 Buffalo........ 10 24 .234 Brooklyn ............ (! 12 I Pittsburg ............ 1 7 I I.aiit t,". and Pratt riica rne, I,oClair and O'Connor. MAOC IN CANADA B NS DEFEATS LEO HOUCK AT N. yORK NEW DUNLOP PEERLESS New York, May 2fi,-Mike (libhons, of St. Paul, defeated Leo Ilouck, of Pennsylv.inia, in a !en round bout here tonight, winning the honors in every round. The men had agreed to meet at 158 pounds. Mmick wi-ighed 164?, poiind.s, Hll more than (libhons, hut" the latter refused to claim the weight forfeit. Great Time at Bow Island Big Celebration on Holiday other games postponed, rain. INTERN Alio X AL 35 8 18 *Robison switched to shortstop, Campbell going to third and Sang to left field in last halt of game. North Leth.- AB. R. H. PO. rr. Turcottc, lb tL, Turcotte, 2h Green, ss ...... rraylor, 3b ..... C. Gillis, If ... Hammond, ct .. IDunsworth, rf.. BtaHord, c..... U. Gillis, p 3 *^ I 3 3 0 0 9 1 A. E. 0 0 I 0 1 0 0 0 I 1 ,38 le 12 21 4 3 Summary-Two base hits, Johnson B ; three base hit, Campbell ; bases BU balls, off Williams, T. Turcotte, L. Turcotte 2, Dunsworth ; on Gillis Robinson 3, Sang 3, Hansch: struck out, by Williams 5, by Gillis 9 ; time of game, 1.50 ; umpire, Chuck Wiay. Na.^.t Game Tomorrow night the United Commercial Tr.ivcUers team meets Knox (n a regularly scheduled league match ttt the Athletic Park. If the Travellers are able to muster their full jifcrength they will have a team in Ithe field that will startle the natives, 'tis said. against the chances ot ia Nationals winning tho flag. This bet, $10,000 against ;$I00, was made by Arnold Rothstcin j! i with a Broadway" tiro manutact-.irer. P But it was made about thr^e d,n>s ' before the season started. Since tho Phillies have shown what they imu do, tho odds have receded to 6 to 1. in the American league. Two bets on them of $2500 against $4000 have been made. The Philadelphia Athletics are ((Uotsd at 5 to 1, The Brooklyn theatrical man bet $2000 against $10,-000 on Mack's team, Kiothstein taking the held. The betting is now even money that the Yankees will (Inish fourth or hct-Ujter. Willie Fleisciimann has already -�jbel, Sl.iOO on that proposition. 1' I 'i"hc Chicago White Sox are 4 to I in the betting, and their supporters oHer even money that the Sox will finish ahead of the Washington club. W. L. P.C. Richmond .., . . . 14 '.) .600 Buffalo....... . . . 10 .5SS Montreal . . .. ... i;'. � 11 .542 Newark..... S ,520 Rochester .... ... in n .526 Providenco ., . .. 11 11 ,riCO .lorse.v City ,. . 12 .420 Tcronlo...... 16 .304 Newark 3, Toronto 2., 0 WEAR for evei*y SPORT wd RECREATIOW "Worn Iwyycry memlier of tKelSimily AM. ASSOCIATION Indianapolis 1, St. Paul 5. Jlilwaukce 6, Columbus 1. Minneapolis 0, Louisville 2. Bow Island, Alliorta. May 26.- Over 2500 people tillerulnd (hii.s started in the morning at lu o'clock until the dance closed at 3,:;o a.ni, Wlion noon canio, and 11 starte-l to rain, It looked as If tho sports for lice day would have to be ca'iled ofi. hut the committee who were in cliiii!;e wore e(|ual to the occasion and IiIumI h show troup who were in town id )iiit on a free show In lloaglin's ht; hull, Kvory ono in town went to the .^imw and a first-class entertainment tnit on for their benefit. At 2.:'.m it started to clear up and the sports were ijroceeded with. Tho most impoiiaiit events of the day and tho winners were as follows: Race for boys under 10-1, Grant Whitney; 2, Lyman Heain. Raca for girls under lU-1, Isabel Simpson: 2, Mary Cu'.der. Race for girls under 1,')-1, Connie Dulmage: 2, Marlcn Ijeiiew. Race for boys under 15-1, .lerry Lenry: 2, f^loyd iloirkiiiM. Three-legged race for ho.vs-1, Or-ville Lyon and A. <;ooil.vear; 2, Jerry Leary and Lloyd Hopkins. Potato race for girls-1, JIarion De-pew; 2, Maggie Calder. .lunior ball game; Town Boys vs. Country-Won by Country boys, l.'j to 13. 100 yard dash, open-1, B. J. Simpson; 2, A'lberta SIniiisou. Running broad jump-1, LyIe Connor; 2, Albert Simpson. Running hop. steti and jump-1, Tom Brooks; 2, Lyle Connor. 220 yard dasli, open-1, Gerald Dulmage; 2, John Murphy. High jump-1, Gerald Dulmage: 2, Lyle Connor. Married ladles* race-1, Jlrs. H. A. Smith: 2, Mrs. B. Still. Boys' pony race-1. Gerald Currie; Leo Smith. NORTHWESTERN Victoria 7, Taconia 10. Vancouver.3, Aberdeen 4. Seattle 3, Spokane 0. B. HAVE TO MAKE EIGHTY MILES AN HflOR TO STICK TRIALS SPEED FOR MINNEAPOLIS AUTO GO-WITHDRAWALS IN ORDER LPiCNICERS "^LAyEB BASEBAL' The event ot the day at the Hudson Bay Company picnic yesterday afternoon at Henderson Lake was a baseball match between the Red Sox and the White Sox. The sensational pitching of Misses Leary, Kennedy and Van llecke was the feature of tlie game. The score was 38 to 10 in favor ot the White Sox. The Red Open saddle race-1, Thog. Dunn: 2. K. Lac<(uniunt. Stake race-1, H. M. Fuller; 2, Thos, Dunn, There wore seven starters in this race, and each rider had to run a f|uarter of a mile, turn a stake, and return to the starting (lOint. Fuller and Dunn tied for the honors, and tho Judge asked them to run the race over which was done. Fuller winning by a narrow margin. The afternoon ball game between Borden and Bow Island wa.s won by the Bow Island team, with a score of l.'i to 4. Battery lor Borden: Myers and Garrison; Bow Island: Batoman and liddington. Bow Island Won Game At 6.30 the hall game between the two old rivals, Taber and Bow Island, took place, and it was a hard-fought game throughout, being finally won b.v the Hew Island team, with a score ot 6 to 2. The line-up was as follows: Taber: Nichols, llylea, Puller, A. Lee, .\. Lewis, Wright, Pearson. R. Lewis and Stokes. Taber battery: Stokes, IjOwIs and Lewis; Bow Lsland: Smith, .Macleod, Eddington, Geelan, Showal-ter, Dennlson, J .Beguln, E'. H. Be-guin and Baker Battery for Bow Island: E. Beguln and Eddington. Big Dance Music for the danco in the evening was furnished by the Tremblay orchestra, and the dance was attended by about 100 couples, who all report that they had a very enjoyable time. .Music was furnished throughout the day by the Bow Island Citizens' band. 'fhe committee in charge ot the day were James W. Reld, E. C. Bateman, H. A. Smith, Dr. Paterson and R. S. Beat tie. Judges were; F. W, Brown, R, A. Parker. R. A. S. Maclaren, F. W. Taylor. 1. D. James, J. M. Bratton, C. B. S. Lait, and W. K. Bateman. Starter ot events for the day was II. E. Beattie. Umpire of junior bal'l game, E. C, Batoman. Umpire of other two ball games, C. H. Bell. mm RESOLUTIS ON A. R. Rosenroll Plays Part of Hero Ottawa, Out., May 26.-The following are tho resolutions presented to the Dominion government by the delegation ot Canadian mayors- on the question ot dealing with the unemployed: (I) That immediate steps be talcey I to select suitable agricultural districts tliroughout the Dominion where conditions are favorah'ie for settlement. Settlers to be allotted not mere than forty acres each, and to rectSive from tho government by way ot a loan s.uftici- DUNLOP TIRE& RUBBER GOODS CO.,Ud. Head Office: TORONTO Branches In Lawflno'CltUl Makers ot Tires for AutomoWles, Motor Trucjka, MotOFoyoleB, .SIcjroJiea aad Carriages, Rubber Beltlnjj. PacMng. Hose. Heels, Mats, Tiling and General Biibber Specialties. I i guns w-oro turned on them and men were falling all around him. He later carried a wounded man back to the trench, and went out again himself, arrived in a wood which had previously been cleared, when a bullet went through his cap and for a moment Arthur said be thought he had been shot through the head, and began to feel for tlie hole. It turned out later that his assailants were our own men, who had mistaken him for a German sniper. He then joined them, tour in all, and the five ot them without an olficer or a N. C. O. kept on going, Arthur taking temporary command. The five ot them ran into a party ot about 30 Germans and immediately opened fire, and after about CONTINUED FROJI FRONT PAGE. \ hurst v'hcn he was hit, it must have been either ot the above stated bifl-lets, for it is too clean a gash to have been a richochet. "According to Arthur's story, the 10th Battalion, with the 16th Bat-, talion as a reserve, got out of their j five minutes Arthur got hit, and an-trenches and advanced to within 20 " ' " ' ' yards of the German lines, where they lay tor a few minutes in extended order ; then came the 'command for a charge, and up they got with the IGth Battalion close behind, and charged. This all happened in the dusk. Helped Wounded Man "Arthur came through the charge Sox used two pitchers in a desperate ninth inning rally, hut it was ot no'^"^j'^'^n^^y'j "yjirehasVstoo^^ avail. Mr. J. McVicar made a very ,,,,,' ,n,i t� .is. satisfactory umpire. RL HAD CLOSE MATCH Indianapolis, May 26.-Three cars entered in the automobile race to be held here Saturday withdrew today, and it was said other withdrawals were expected because' of inability to make the required speed ot 80 miles an hour Today was the last :day tor | Qalbraith girls defeated Wcstmin-the speed trials. ^ ster ,irls ^ school baseball lea- The three cars that withdrew' were , 0^ yesterday afternoon by tho ot American make am the .drivers g^n^ail margin ol two runs, iho sc.-, were to have been PuUcn Buick and ' ^^^^ 7 to 5. A better gai Nikrent.,. It was expected that the ^^^^ vot been sec...... three drivers have been having engine : Lethbridge diamond this season thaii troube and could not get their this contest. The game was full of mounts m shape. , , , . , lite and good plaving was always in Darius Resta made a lap today at evidence "  " the rate of 98.5 miles an hour. Cox , teams- other man. Heron by name, whilst loosening the sling ot Arthur's rifle so as to put it over his back, got a; bullet through his shoulder, leaving only three of them to continue the fight, so they then made a strategic retirement back to the trenches, where Arthur was getting one of the men to tie up his arm, when somehow the Germans got around to their withouT'a s7r'atch7'althougrtnrchinei�ar, necessitating our men to climb out ot tho trench and shoot over the parapet, wTien Arthur suddenly remembered that his tunic was left inside the trench with his pocket book and every valuable he owned, so climbing back into tho trench he found his tunic, and started back tor the field hospital, later to bo sent to London." KOOTENAY LAKE RANCHER KILLED ; Toronto, Out., May 26'.-Ll&ut.- Alexander Gordon Mackenzie, Jellied in.ac-, tlon, Friday last, was 32 years of age, and owned and conducted Lake View ranch, Kootenay Lake, B.C.. for the last four years. He was called with, the Q.O.R. in Toronto some years ago. A younger brother, Lieut. C. Gordon JIackenzle, was killed In action last October. A lawyer's club once accused one ot its members of having; acted unprofaa-slonally In taking leas than tho usual fee from a client. "I took all the man had," he replied; whereupon he was acquitted of unprofessional conduct.- ' Boston Transcript m�iy All mt �wc WAIC.RS and Lecain also ' made the required average. better than JONES SIGNS FITZGERALD Toronto, Ont., May 2G.~Billy Fitzgerald, tho homo star of last year's RoBodale 'lacrosse team, has accepted Con Jones' terms, and w-iU leave for the coast in a few days. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HAS nnTALLW SAFETY DEPOSIT BONCES. LODCi rotm WlUfly Title Deeds, MortfSages, Insurance PolieiM r otber valuables ia one of these boxes Westminster-Annie Vcre catcher, Mona Walton 2nd base, Mertel Gillies 1st base, Pauline Stcackley pitcher, Margaret Flinn right field, Ncssic Robertson short stop, I-Iattie Graham left field, Eve Sullivan 3rd base, and Thelma Lewis centre lield. (lalhraitli-Hilda Harrison pitcher, ',Jean Logan catcher, LiUie Mitchell list base, .Mabel Peacock loft field, Victoria Miller 3rd base, Martha Ker-gan right field, .'Vda Foster short stop. Dolly Saxon 2nd base, Agnes Charist centre field, , R H B Westminster ......... 103 10-5 8 0 Qalbraith ......... ... 001 2'1-7 6 0 Umpire-Urando. JEFF SMITH BARRED LethbridgeJBranchr R. T. Brymner, Mgr. Australian Pugilist In Bad Owing to His Suspicious Bout With Darcy implements as are required, and to as slst the settlers, until such time as they can become self-sustaining, such advances to he charged against the land, anil to bo repayable in instalments covering a period of years. (2) That whore pub'dc works have not been completed or projected, it Is strongly urged that the work be prosecuted ininierl lately. (3) That the Dominion government . ..^ ___confer with tho iirovlnces with the ob- game.ot base- 'loot ot constructing necessary perman-sccn on any highways, including a national inter-provincial highway. (1) That the plan which has proved so ettectlve in the matter of Improving agricultural methods by establishing oxperimeutal farms be extended if nossilue to Iniiustrlnl pursuits. (5) That vigorous measures be taken to extend tho foreign trade ot Canada to those markets formerly supplied by cthor nations, and to encourage the manufacture In Canada ot goods formerly produced by countries with whom Britain is now at war. t(i) That the government establish a system ot industrial exchanges throughout tho country, whereby men can be assisted in moving from a locality where no demand for labor exists to ono where some means of employment may be obtained. (7) Thut the government consider tho advisability of restricting Immigration, and to confine It to those espe-clal'iy fitted uiid intending r. become agriculturists, and that steps be taken to insure the location upon suitable lands of such Immigrants as may be admitted, and that they be followed with such supervision and assistance as will make them producers. (8) And that the government fake such other, stops as thoy in thoir wisdom may deem expedient In order that some Immediate action may be taken with a view to nniolioratlns and correcting the present deplorab'le conditions. Business Progression Efstablistteti 1847 I Alihvaukee, Wis., May 20.-Jeff Smith, Australian pugilist, has been barred from all further flstlo contests In that country, according to a oablo-gram received today by Tom S, Andrews, local sporting writer and boxing promoter, from "Snowy" Baker. The action against Smith was taken by the dtroctora of the Stadium Company, Limited, � after an- exhaustive inquiry into the, SmltU-D?ircy contest of a i.iw weeks ago. Not only was Smith disriuallfled,' but his percentage of S2400 was given to the Reid, Cross fund. � ' � ; . , � �Mr.-'Andrews: Iriforniatioi^ is to tbo effect that, tho Smltii-piirey 'contest no shingle? bragpln was not "pii tlio b