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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta MAY 1915 THE LETHBIUDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THRM NORIHSIDE City Baseball League on its WayKnox Went Down to Defeat A cartel of action was contained in the opening clash in the city amateur baseball played at the Ath Park last evening bclore a fair tized North Lethbridge de feated Knox by a score of 16 to COX AND ROEDEL DRAW May Cox of who v ouco defeated Jens the present worlds v pugilistic fought v eight rounds to a draw wit i w George Boer Hoedcl of South v hero last i Ihe moil weighed about 200pouutls v NATIONAL Milladolphla 18 It 631 Ihicaeo 13 16 Id 17 1SS IB IB 1 Hi 12 17 New H 17 S93 IE as the scow the action was mostly in the North Lethhridne end of the Joo Oillis pitched an approved brand of ball for the winners and was accorded good Will who occupied the box for Knox hit and was not held up as well as he should have been by his team and the result was in While the game was there of life and action exhibit ccl all through the and the spectators were not bored as is us ually the case where the scoring is ilone principally by one Knox teveral times hadmen on the liases Tars languished with good chances of their endeavors to get across the until midsummer plate were nipped in the j jn The first inning they scored one In the second Knox scored ftwo and then tire North Side nine retaliated with After this BETTING HAS BEGUN IN EARNEST ON BIG LEAGUE BEANEATERS FAVORITES New May on the struggles for the baseball pennants er vi has already begun The Boston world champions arc the favorites in the National MJU the at 3 to At that Worth sTdersiiad tilescoring mostly I Kotlistein has bet about tak to The boys shape up well all displayed signs of a need bets2500 ona par witn their to SoOoagainst McGraws team yes ing the Boston The are a 5 to 1 shot Jy ents of last 3b p rf ss 2b If Ib Box Score Ib 2b ss 3b If cf rf p A Urooklyn theatrical man bet 1500 against that the Brooklyi Nationals would not inish in the iirst u i The longest price given in a big bel f jwas 100 to 1 against the chances 01 I the Philadelphia Nationals winning ithe This againsl was made by Arnold Rothstein jwith a Broadway tire manufacturer But it was made about tlirn ib I before the season Since the I Phillies have wliat tliey can i the odds have receded to 6 to tn shortstop in the American Two bete them of against have been The Philadelphia Athletics are quotad at 5 to The Brooklyn the lljatrical man bet against 0 000 on Macks Rothstein tak I1 ing the BASEBALL No National League game AMERICAN sew York Boston Washington levelnml Philadelphia 23 17 13 14 H 18 12 New Vork Jhicago Keating anil Sweeney Washington Detroit 12 1L 14 17 1J IS 21 6 7 H 5 0 2 5 H 3 7 0 Knfiel and Ainsmith Dnbuo and Other games MADE CANADA LEO HOUQUT New May of defeated LCD ot in i icn round bout here winning the honors in every The men had afcrcfd to meet at 158 llouck 164 more than but the hitler refused to claim the weight Great Time at Bow Island Big Celebration on Holiday FEDERAL 21 1 18 17 14 Chicago Plltsbnrg Kansas Newark Louis Brooklyn Pittsburg and Pratt and Other games 13 H 14 17 20 6 3 12 1 7 1 LeClair INTERNATIONAL Richmond Montreal Newark Rochester Providence Jersey City 14 10 18 a 10 n 11 8 n n 12 ie 423 Newark Toronto 2 1 S 18 left Held in last half of North 1 1 5 a 1 3210 23311 53100 31 1 0 0 4009101 1 1 0 12 21 4 3 base Johnson B three base Campbell bases on balls off L Turcotte Dunsworth off Gillis Robinson Hansch struck by Williams by GiWs 8 time oi Chuck Next Tomorrow night the United Com mercial Travellers team meets Knoi In a regularly league match the Athletic If the Trav ellers are able to muster their full atrength the will have a m field that will startle the na tis The betting is now even money that the Yankeeswill finish fourth or bet Willie FleisttimanS has already beii S1500 on The Chicago White Sox are 4 to 1 in the and their supporters oficr even money that the Sox will finish ahead of the Washington HAVE 10 MIKE EIGHTY SHOES for every SPORT RECREATION TRIALS SPEED FOR MINNEAPOLIS AUTO IN ORDER May cars entered in the automobile race to held here Saturday withdrew and it was said other withdrawals were expected because of inability to make the required speed oi 80 miles an hour Today was the last day for the ASSOCIATION Indianapolis Paul Milwaukee Columbus Minneapolis Louisville NORTHWESTERN Victoria Tacoma Vancouver Aberdeen Ssattlo Spokane Bow May Over 2500 people atlcmM the srund free celebration held on the and all away satisfied and liavftig spent a most enjoyable day from the time UKH ports started in the morning at ID oclock until the dance closed at JUO Wlien noon and It started to it looked as if tie snorts for the day would have be caileil but the comvnit e who were in charge were equal to he occasion and hired a show troup vho were in town lo juit on a free how in iloaglins bis 13very one n town went to the show and a first class entertainment was init on for heir At it started to clear tp and the sports were proceeded The most important events of the day and the winners were as follows Race for boys under Grant Whitney Lyman Racefor girls under Isabel Simpson Mary Race for girls under Connie Dulmage Marion Race for boys under Jerry Leary Lloyd Threelegged race for Or ville Lyon and Goodyear Jerry Leary and Lloyd Potato race for Marion De pew Maggie Junior ball game Town Boys by Country 15 to 100 yard Simp son Alberta Running broad Lyle Con nor Albert Running step and Tom Brooks Lyle 220 yard Gerald Dul mage John High Gerald Dulmage Lyle Married ladies Smith Boys pony GeraId Currie Leo The event of the day at the Hud son Bay Company picnic yesterday afternoon at Henderson Lake was a baseball match between the Red Sox and the White The sensational pitching of Misses Kennedy and was the feature of the The score was 38 to 10 in favor of the White The Red Sox used two pitchers in a desperate ninth inning hut it was of no McVicar made a very satisfactoryumpire NEW OUNLOP PEERLESS RUBBER HEELS CANVAS PLUG Open saddle Dunn Stake Fuller There were seven starters in this anil each rider had to run a quarter of a turn a and return to the starting Fuller and Dunn tied for the and the judge asked them to run the race over which was Puller winning by a narrow The afternoon ball game between Borden and Bow Island was won by the Bow Island with a score of 13 to Battery for Borden Myers and Garrison Bow Island Bateman and Bow Island Won Game At the ball game between the two old Taber and Bow took and it was a hardfought e being finally won by the Bow Island with a score of li to Tile lineup was as follows Taber A Lewis Lewis and Taber battery Lewis and Lewis Bow Island Showal ter J la Be gum and Baker Battery for Bow Is land Beguin and Big Dance Music for the dance in the evening was furnished by the Tremblay or chestra and the dance attended by about 100 who ail report that they had a very enjoyable Music was furnished throughout the day by the Bow Island Citizens The committee in charge of the day were James Paterson and Judges were Tay lor and Starter of events for the day was Umpire of junior ball Umpire of other two ball Rosenroll Plays Part of Hero CONTINUED FROM FRONT burst he was it must have I been either of the above stated bitl I for it is too clean a gash to lave been a According to Arthurs Galbraith defeated Wcstmin ster girls in a school baseball The three cars that withdrew f American make and the drivers smaij yesterday afternoon by the of American make and the drivers sman margin 01 two Tho were to have been Piillcn Buick andwas 7 0 5 better base It was expected that the nas not secn on any three drivers have been hav trouble and could not mounts in Darius Kesta made a lap today at evidence the rate of miles an Tne andLecain also made better than j Vere the required 1st Pauline Steackley Wilo I UU U that the ball not inig engine Lethbridge A diamond this season than The game was full of lite and playing was always in The Vere Mona 2nd Mcrlel Gillies 1st Pauline Steackley Margaret Flinn right Ncssie Robertson short 1Iattie Graham JONES SIGNS FITZGERALD May Fiteleft Eve Sullivan 3rd and the home star of last years I Thelnia Lewis centre Rosedale lacrosse has accepted GalbraithHilila Harrison Con Jones and will Jean Logan Liilic coast in a few THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE 1st Mabel Peacock Victoria Millet 3rd base gan right Ada Dolly Saxon 2nd Charist centre Westminster 103 SAFETY DEPOSIT Title Insurance PolMM boxes y Lethbridge Branch May follow ing are the resolutions presented to the Dominion government by the dele gation ot Canadian mayorson the Question of dealing with the unem ployed 1 That immediate steps he taken to select suitable agricultural districts throughout the Dominion where condi tions are favorable for Set tlers to he allotted not more than forty acres and to feciiive from the government by way of a loan suffici ent money to purchase stock and such implements as are and to as sist the until such timeas theycan become such advances to be charged against the anil to be repayable in instal covering a period of 2 That where putiic works have not been completed or it is strongly urged that the work be pros ecuted 3 That the Dominion governmenc confer with the provinces with the ob ject of constructing necessary ent including a national in terprovincial 4 That the plan which has proved so effective in the matter of improv ing agricultural methods by establish ing experimental farms be extended if nossibie to industrial 6 That vigorous measures he tal on to exteiul the foreign trade of Ca nada to those markets formerly sup nlied bv other and tp encour age the manufacture in Canada of goods formerly by countries t with whom Britain is now at 6 That The government establish left field of industrial exchanges Martha Ker I throughout the whereby men Foster short can be assisted in moving from a lo rosier bnoru fnr Inhnr ex 10th with the 16th Bat talion as a got out of their Benches and advanced to within 20 of the German where thejlay lor a few minutes in extend ed order then came the command for a and up they got with the IGth Battalion close and This all happened in the the THE EFFICIENT FOOTMANJ CANVAS PLUG NEVER HEELS LIKE THESE HERES WHAT YOU No jarring of the spinal No nerveracking clatter in the daily No slipping on wet or icy In other Certainty and Comfort in every Let your wants be Buy New Dunlop Peerless Rubber 50 CENTS THE PAIR PUT ON AT ALL SHOE STORES DUNLOP TIRE RUBBER GOODS Hud Office TORONTO u ce ol Tires for Carriages RubUer Rubber In noml were falling all around er carried a wounded man the and went out again him arrived in a wood which had previously been when a bul let went through his cap and for a moment Arthur said be thought he shot through the began to feel for the It turned out later that his assailants were our own who had mistaken him for a German He then joined four in and the five of them without an officer or a kept on Arthur taking temporary The five of them ran into a party of about 30 Germans and imr mediately opened after about five minutes Arthur got and an whilst wlien Arthur suddenly re hack tomembered that his tunic was left ih side the trench with his pocket book and every valuable he climbing hack into the trench he found his and started back for the field later to be sent to Helped Wounded Man Arthur came through the without a other Heron by loosening the sling of Arthurs rifx so as to put it over his back got bullet through his leaving only three of them continue so they then made a strategic retirement back to the where Arthur was getting one of the men to tie up his arm when some how the Germans got around to their iachinelrcari necessitating our men to climb KOOTENAY LAKE RANCHER KILLED May Alex ander Gordon hilled Friday was 32 years or and owned and conducted lake View Kootenay last four He was called the in Toronto some years younger Gordon was killed in lawyers club once its members of having acted unprofes sionally iD taking less than the usual fee from a I took all the he whereupon be was acquitted of unprofessional Boston Transcript Agnes R H E 6 0 JEFF SMITH BARRED Australian Pugilist in Bad Owing to His Suspicious Bout With Darcy May Australian has been barred from all further fistic contests in that according to a cable gram received by Tom An local sporting writer and box ing from Snowy The action against Smith wag taken by the directors of the Stadium Com after1 an exhaustive inquiry into contest of i iiw weeks Not only was Smith disqualified but cality where no demand for labor ex ists to one where some means of em ployment may be 7 That the government consider the advisability of restricting immigra tion and to confine it to those espe cially fitted and intending i become and that steps be taken to insure the location upon suitable lands of such immigrants as may be and that they be followed with such supervision and assistance as will make them 8 And that the government take such steps as they in their wis dom may deem expedient in order that some immediate action may be taken with a view to ameliorating and cor recting the present deplorable condi Wiid atthot exclaimed OTpole Jn Just ahd Ironini Business Progression Of modern business methods that lessen waste and Ganada Life business insurance stands in the forefront amongst scientific Should your partner his heir may demand his share of the business in Will the value of your business as a going concern be lost through enforced liquidation as a resultor will you safeguard it through business insurance in the GANADA LIFE was iot oh The CanadaLife has published valuable information as to Businew Wilson This will gladly be Lethbridgc ;