Brandon Weekly Sun in Brandon, Manitoba
4 Jul 1912

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4 Jul 1912

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Brandon Weekly Sun (Newspaper) - July 4, 1912, Brandon, Manitoba Pm a spa 4 pah a x xxx x Suos. Set a n it Jock a tsp summer Comfort St. Georges won from Winnipeg the Brandon weekly Sun was undoubtedly a Little better Side uni Rance h. Housman apts than their opponents. The Winnipeg a Are a thorough i Fine sporting Giunch of men and it a we have on display a splendid rank of s two and three piece suits suitable for sum Mer wearin Light worsted and Tweed fabrics. It hese suits Are honestly made by Rell ? Able firms and Are equal to the Best in the t Rade at the Price. 3 i or hot weather clothing or furnishings come to. Oung conservatives beaten by local league team by Twenty one runs son of Barnes k. Hods an 1147 Smith Street. Fred Hindson medical student son to entertain them. It is probable that a return match will be arranged at As Early a Date As possible. The thanks of the club Are due to i after a hard fought and very in the ladies who kindly served Tea on a cresting game St. George cd c. The ground and to messes. Cabeldue. Burton. Broadhurst and Neville who i a real pleasure to St. George s of a. Hindson. Merchant., 222� i the i univ corer att a undertook the very arduous duties of Al c. From Winnipeg by 21 run. the game with Complete j the bootes were St Georges is and satisfaction. A word of Praise is i St Young conservatives 72 and to i certainly due to the Secretary of Gooden Rae amp co., Corner 7th St. Is Dosser phone �82 5 i Ikye so bar a g Tun my a amp a mum the stiff wind from the South bettered the bowlers quite and this helped on the scoring Bol ii sides. A bit e,1 St. Georges club who worked very hard Over All the necessary arrangements. Full score St. George s put h. G. Tall b Nichols on Hobison won the toss and i St. George s in to Bat. Charlesworth o. Stordy b Toner i 23gall 111 and Moffatt Layall a. Scaife b Nichols lome Street. Child of or. And i s. Clarence to Gie. Mrs. W. T. Mcdonald. Mrs. Isabella Mckay. Resided at the Hod Small House 147 Smith St., i widow. Picnic fruit delicious California fruit for eating. Take a Busket with you thursday if you Are pm a picnic. Canadian Industrial exhibition Winnipeg Western Canadas Centenary the greatest year of the wests great fair the. It july 1020 excursions from everywhere 32k 1-va�? or National Encampment Canadian boy scouts a a a a a a a a a a a a by Bison ran added no less than 13. Charlesworth played splendid Erie t. Foote c sub. B Turner it l for his runs and on Bis play is p. H. Clark b Turner. Be of the Best and most consistent r n. M off att b Robison. Batsmen in the City. Turner with 5 h. Sea b Turner. Wickets for 22, was the Best Bowler a. Field not out for the Winni Eggers and was at w. It. Oakey b Robison. All times hard to score off. The . Went to Bat and did very Well. Turner batted splendidly for 28, while Barr 19 and Denton 12 not out treated the f. Nelson b Turner extras. A ill a it 3 it 4 it it 25 a a 0 a i a la a a i a it 6 a it 5 a a i a .13 81 Bowling fowling with respect. Several j Nichols. .2 wickets for 23 changes of Bowling were tried Dur Turner .5 wickets for 22 ing the innings but until Charles Robison 3 wickets for 20 Worth was put on at the North Wie Anthony .\0 wickets for 4 in want Sale and Exchange v. All advertisement under the heading of hordes cattle pigs poultry dogs and miscellaneous wants of ail kinds will be accepted under this Bead. The rates will be i cent per word per inaction minimum charge 25c. Payable in Advance. I Ket difficulty was experienced by Hie bowlers in making any play against the Strong wind the Fielding Iii this innings was fair. On St. Georges going to Bat a second time the earlier bats did not meet with much Success. However foot made 19 in perfect style while Oakey hit up la Ami Seale 9. The Tail Enders almost All made a few and the total reached 85. The Winni Eggers were thus set to get 95 to win and they set aim to their task in determined style. The first. 7 men were out with Only 36 on the Board but Robison had altered his batting order and kept his Good men until Lale. Barr 11robison 21 not out and Webb Layall batted splendidly and to me Captain in particular great credit is due for his Brilliant Effort to score a w in for his Side. The innings closed with the score at 73, St. Georges winning As stated. Winnipeg g. M. Turner b Charlesworth 28 w. N. Antony c Clark b Moffatt i m. Barr b Charlesworth .19 g. Brodie c Oakey b cd Worth. 0 r. A. Robison c Nelson b Charlesworth. 0 h. Webb b m off att. 0 w. Denton not out12 j. Deny b Charlesworth. 0 s. Grimason b Charlesworth. W. Wildy St. Oakey b Scaife w. Nichol hit wkt., b Scaife extras 72 Bowling charlesworth6 wickets for 18 Moffatt. 2 wickets for 23 Smeal %. 0 wickets for 15 scaife2 wicketsfor13 St. Georges g. Stordy b Robison. 8 h. G. Gall b Robison. 0 p. La. Clark run out. 6 tenders tenders will be received by the undersigned up to 13th july for on fete abutments and general re for steel Bridge Over Little Avis liver Glen Souris. and specifications at office i municipality of Cornwallis. The lowest or any tender not new is rally accepted. Of. W. Shaw \i29w4 Sec a treas. Offer for one week Only will be extended to next week for people residing in the country districts. In lid ii innings of the Winni Eggers a. Scaife. B Turner. 6 Charlesworth was the mainstay it w. G. Oakey. B Turnell the Bowling the other end of which Ujj. Charlesworth c Brodie b to j i is c Al. 4 4 a a a a a a it it a a a a a Quot i special information i of in optical company s special Jujj Jown badly in places. The big Man proved his value to his Side in a Moffatt b Robison. 8 ii business locals f you have any horses to sell se1 tier a Trotter it will pay you a phone 35, Brandon. 6171 Money makers for the farm sheep they Are also great a Weed any farm wanting Ontario Breeding purposes them from me. Price and Breeds. September 1912. J j Clegg a Brandon sheep for can a secur write to delivery in this department and it is quite a feat to bowl right through both innings under a hot Sun and make a score besides. The St. Georges Fielding in the second innings was an improvement on their earlier display and Oakey kept wicket exceptionally Well. A Brilliant catch by Nelson and another by Gall Are worthy of special mention. Taken As a whole the scor it just about indicates the play and St. Georges Money to loan on farm Security. Private funds. Low rate of interest. Apply to Box 15, Sun office. 23.13. A. Field b Turner. T. Foote b Nichols h. Smeal not out. F. Nelson run out. 7 19 9 4 extras. 6 i ? Quot to a so Bowling robison4 wickets for 33 Turner.3 wickets for 25 Nichols wicket for 19 Winnipeg g. L. Brodie b Charlesw Orth. 8 w. Denton b Moffatt. 7 w. Nichols b Charlesworth. 0 a. N. Antony c Clark b Moffatt 4 g. M. Turner c Clark b Moffatt 2 j. Deny b Charlesworth. 0 m Barr c Oakey b Moffatt. La r. Al Robison not out ,. Ii. Webb c Gall b Stordy w. Wildy run out. S. Grimason b Charlesworth. Extras. Charles d. Mckay aged three son of mrs. Isabella Mckuy Ala another child. Mrs. Paul Mck Moyie wife of Paul Mcelmoyle grocer Corner Lorn and 14t.h. James Scott. A Lames Patrick Coffee. Mrs. Mary Shaw wife of Samuel d. Shaw 2320 12th Avenue. Aged 50, born at Elgin ont. Philip Arthur Richard Steele 1915 bae Street aged la. Father a Carpenter. John Richard Steele. Vincent h. Smith real estate agent Balonie. Be Wing. The Andrew Boyd retired Farmer formerly of Sherwood. Died this morn ing. Two chinamen unidentified. John Ferguson Butcher reported dead is alive being cared for in a Friend a House. Those missing win. Bradshaw . Checker last seen near the . Shops. Miss Davidson Prince Albrrt 25 Cameron. Miss n. Grier nurse crewman sask. Last heard of on Lorne St. S. P. Jones 1057 Retallick Street. Robert Black wife and child 1254 Hamilton Street. Saunders child. Miss Alice Hartley. W. Bullock. Dummy Lobsinger last seen at Lake. Re g w. Mcdougall of lome St. North and five children. 1 mrs. Mcdougal and three children in Grey nuns Hospital. Or. Havers of City clerks department. The injured the full list of injured obtained from the Regina general Hospital is As follows. James Nocks 2176 lome St., broken leg. Clara Seleck Haysville ont., badly injured. Frank Gaston Italy of and Hurt. I James my Money Morgan Park la Back injured. James Hindson Lorne St., Collar Bone broken Scalp wounds bruised bad. Ernest Templeton Petrolia oni it Scalp wounds Carl Giesler Oshkosh wis., broken leg. Ernest Blenkhorn 1200 Angus St Middleboro eng., broken Arni and wounds. Mrs. Maud James from farm South. Large Ripe plums but. 8�c, fancy apricots but. Ripe peaches but. 85c. A a 75c. Store closes thursdays 12.30. At Dowling amp Reed successor to w. Dowling co. 730 Rosser a. A phone to. Thursday a afternoon holidays w during the month of july and August our store will to 12.20k on thurs a y a t at who Noons. D. A Reesor 824-826 Rotter i r Isaac 1 Mart of Robert h. Carr Iron maker leg broken. We. Mcmurdo tinsmith Cut around head and body. We. Crab leg injured. Chas. Lynn Carpenter Cut about head and Chest bruises. Ernest Frampton labourer badly injured. A. B a. Mckillop 2186 Rue a. Badly injured. Al. Ren Stadt c. P. R. Road Mast or injured not in Hospital. A. Major labourer badly Cut. Gee. Major labourer badly Cut. Alex Bruce. Miss Ella Bowers. Robert Donald. I . Shoup agent for Portage Mutual fire insurance and Continental life insurance. Money to loan at 7%. Room 5, Bur Hill Block Brandon. To a a. J. Barclay Back 21 la 73 Honor graduate. Canadian ophthalmic College Toronto 1898. F. M. Crowe pm. B., mgr. Expert optometrist amp optician Over 12 years experience Gold medallist. Manitoba gov. Examination Winnipeg 1910. Brandon s Long Felt Wanton exclusive optical business devoted entirely to Eye troubles. Or. Crowe having exam mid the Eye of so Many people from Brandon Aud Vicinity the past 2 years at Winnipeg has located permanently at 36 ninth Street. Therefore it is not now necessary for anyone to go to Winnipeg to have the eyes examined for errors or Munc ulv imbalance As or. Crowe is one of the Bowling Charlesworth 4 wickets for 23 moffatt4 wickets for ,24 Stordy wicket for 9 snveale0 wickets for 0 England leading. By leased wire to the Sun Stockholm july 2�?football Competition sem final half time score. England 2, Finland 0. Mrs. Dunn. Leslie Evans. Ken. Ferguson. Redman fait. Or. Giesler. Miss Guthrie of Peterboro injured. Mrs. Guthrie Collar Bone broken. Miss Graham. Kenneth Gordon. Miss Susan Holmes. John Hololitz. Reggie Hod son. Mrs. J. R. Hodson. D. A. Heriman. Charles James. Mrs. Jack. Or. Love. Bruce Longton. Or. Myhers Walter Martin. James Mullowney. Miss Robertson. M. Rogertson. Or. Crigley. Or. Slock. Vera Saunders. Tom Shillington. Arthur Smith. Miss m. Shaw. Miss b. Shaw. Arthur Templeton. Fire and life insurance $1,000,000 to loan at lowest rate loan and real estate agent appraiser for Canada per Inanen mortgage corporation agent Canada life Assurance cd. Farm for Eale or to let. Brandon a Man. Money to lend on i ret mortgage at lowest current rates. Clement amp Clement Brandon it a agents for / manufacture it8 id be a Durance company John e. Smith Block. Tho. Williams. Miss Rachael Scott Telephone oper of City relatives at Saskatoon Scalp i Atar Hurt badly in Back. Wound. William Evans. W. P. Edwards Chippewa ont., i John Dawson ribs broken. Or. Mckegney arms and jaw Brok amp in head badly injured. Alex. Robinson 1227 Scarth St., the colonial Church by leased wire to the Sun ii Stu London july 2 a the Bishop of omes from Kilmarnock Scotland i London presiding at the British col head wounds wife and two children i Umbria Church Aid society meeting missing. I said the colonial Church is going to Chas. James school teacher near i be a great leaping place from which Yorkton English single bruised bad i the empires religious Force would by. I Avance towards Chirm and Japan. Ellef Nyhus North Side City Norway bad cuts on head and arms. I wife a fatal Devotion Ken. J. Ferguson 22, St., an inquest was held at Moss Nook serve the Best food in the Best manner. Have you Ever tried it 7 drop in some time when you Are to a hurry. We will give you the Best value in the City. Our noon Day lunch is a Satis factory meal. Best. Coffee on Earth is d j professional can s a Moose jaw comes from grand River j steal Cheshire England on mrs. Veterinary n.s., ribs and Back injured. Campbell a widow living in the Coxe and Robinson any kind of refractive in Canada. $4.75 special offer for one. Week Only. $4.75 killed number Twenty Light Robt. Donald Toronto concussion i Isle of Man who died in her sleep of brain i while on a visit to her sister whom j Hubert St. James. I she had not seen for 23 years. It j mrs. St. James. Las stated that mrs. Campbells Amy St. James farm South of the husband died a month ago and the City All from England. Hubert spine Coroner read a letter declaring that injured others badly bruised. Her death was due to her entire de mrs. D. Graham miss j. Graham lotion to her husband whom she West Lorne out., Scalp wounds. Nursed up to the time of his death. Mrs. Bruce Back injured. I a verdict of a death from natural Earl Saunders head Aud Chest in-1 causes a was returned. Veterinarians. Office. Kelly stable ninth Street Brandon continued from Page one of cd of ctr re. Pc ice a a "3 cd of cd in order to introduce the Torio optical co., at 36 ninth Street we Are Selling for one week Only commencing monday july 1st lenses guarantee to suit your eyes either for near for 1. 2, 3. 4. Distant visions. Mounted in Gold frames of 4 different styles via rimless Eye Glass Moun is neatest and latest. Rimless spectacles with tabled Temple. Eye glasses with rims. Spectacles with rims and cabled temples. Our permanent guarantee. Fun a Niph examination of your eyes this offer includes Tho Vougn Esau your Money Back if not satisfied. Open evenings from 7-30 to to 36 9th St. Phone 1212 the Only exclusive optical business in Brandon. Brandon and fourteenth Street which is not absolutely level. Some Homes have been reduced to ashes and pulpwood. With others hut the foundation remains while signs of the houses and of the furniture can be found blocks away. The dead the following is the official list of the dead compiled up to six of clock this evening. J. J. Bryan 2165 Albert St. Born Thorndale ont., aged 51. Manager of Tudhope Anderson. Scoutmaster Appleby. Geo. Craven aged 36. Born in new zealand. Church of England. Dairy instructor. Frank Blenkhorn and his wife Bertha. Born in England. Arthur Donaldson contractor. Miss Ella Guthrie. Seamstress barries limited. Lived 2134 Lorne Street. Mrs. F. W. Harris 2134 lome St., wife of f. W. Harris accountant Reeves amp co Sipany. Jared. Kenneth Dunn aged 5 years leg broken. Thos. Shillinglaw 21i7 lome St., Sarnia ont., head and Back injured. Thos. Featherstone 1819 Osier St., Chest and Back injured. Was on the . Platform. Cedric Evans 1218 Cornwall Lawrence stn., ont., ribs broken. Keneth Reed 2202 Lorne St., Vinton la. Three in House at time one dead others dying covered with cuts and bruises. Mrs. Jack said to be from Calgary too delirious to be questioned. Mrs. James Dunn 2318 Dewdney not seriously injured. Or. And mrs. Wood and son. N. Bowlen. Ella Bowlen. Miss l. Bates. Thomas do Beeville. Frank Easton. F. Fla Gaston. Or. Lukes. Bruce Langton. Edward Smith bruised and internally injured. \ keep Man alive just to try him auctioneers a Aal a i j f t. C. Norris licensed auctioneer a sales conducted in All parts of Manv Toba Aid the Northwest Tern Lone. Live Stock a specially. Order taken at Kelly a stables Blandon address t. C. Nos Griswold Man. % i c Berlin june 28�?the trial has begun of Oswald Trenkler charged with murdering a jeweler name i Schultz and his wife and daughter last january. Trenkler is Twenty nine and has spent most of his time in prison. He is far gone in consumption and w Hen he committed the murders had Only a Short time to live. He presented a pitiable figure in court his puny wasted Frame quivering with fever and nervousness and his handkerchief being Ever at his Mouth to Check his coughing. In a scarcely audible voice he told How he struck Down Frau Schultz with a heavy Don Jemmy and then a Young lady. Hatless her face Ruddy with cold suddenly entered the shop. Which he was robbing. It was the jewelery a daughter. Ile Only wanted to escape but she Clung Belyea # Stewart i sly ? Housh movers and gun % eral contractors our a smoke a stacks and placing machinery of All kind. We Are experts �?�32 eighth Street Brando. Phone 1141. Mrs. Mcdougal Lorne St., Cut to him till he felled her with his and bruised. Jemmy. A moment later the father three Mcdougall girls Lorne entered and Trenkler struck him St., Cut and bruised. Down with the Jemmy. W. G. Wilson Regina trading co. It has been arranged that the hear. In order to spare the murderer s fast Joe. Oliver Carpenter head Cut ing shall last Only a few hours daily j waning strength. Ii for real estate investments and Money to loan at 7% see w. P. Aylesworth room 5, Burchill Block Blandon. A \ to amp a. A a a Quot a a a a a a a to

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