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Brandon Weekly Sun (Newspaper) - July 4, 1912, Brandon, Manitoba w _ t we have on display a splendid Range of two and three piece suits suitable for summer Wear in Light worsted and Tweed fabrics. These suits Are honestly made by reliable firms a and Are equal to the Best in the Rade at the Price for hot weather clothing or furnishings m Oil beaten vat Ives by local league team by Twenty one runs ome to. 1 wooden Rae amp go Corner 7th St. A Rosser vim ton a a to Mummy Rhone at test a hmm hmm after a hard fought and very la be Reading game St. Georges a c. The Yotti c. C. From 21 in. Theft Aidini we St. Whinge b 81 85, Young conserve tiffs 72 Gad a than their opponents. The eee Hunch of men to St. George s is pro Heuhs web be arranged t at a Early a Date As possible. The thanks of the club Ere due to the ladies who kindly served Tea on the ground and to messes. Cabeldue Burton Broad Hurst and Neville who undertook the uttry re toss duties of umpiring the game with Complete the stiff wind from the South bothered the howlers quite a and this helped on the scoring both sides. End hit. Of menu rat exhibitions Winnipeg amp a Western Canadas Centenary the greatest year the West a great fair Jiny a a a to a excursions from everywhere National Encampment Canadian my Scott Robison won the toss and put St. George s in to hat. Charles Worth 25gail 11 and Moffatt 11alt reached double figures and or. Sex Raa a added no less than 13. Charlesworth played splendid Cricket for his runs and on his play is Aatu Tinct pm. T a Wrd of if Ion to certainly a to the Secretary of St. George s club who worked very hard Over Alt the necessary arrangements. Full score at. H. G. Gall b nichols0. Stordy b Turner. A. Scaife b Nichols. J. Charlesworth c Brodle b Robison a. T. Foote c sub. B Turner p. H. Clark b Turner 11 3 4 Dee. T Strait. Child of or. And mrs. Charme. Cd to. In. W. T. Mcdonald. I my. Al. Tufi ii i a tue Rio gym amp a widow. Charles d of lies. Isabella child. P Morfe. Paid grocer 14th. James Scott. James Patrick Coffee. Mrs. Mary Shaw wife of Samuel i d. Shaw 2320 12th Avenue. Aged 50, born at Elgin ont. Cd Lafornia for the s a a Basket thursday if Youal going Large 8ic, Alao another a wife of paid r lome and y apricots ski. \ a 11 l a a a a to a to Toto 80c. 75c. Me of the Best and most consistent r h. Moffatt b Robison. Batsmen in the City. Turner with 5 want Sale and Exchange All advertisements under the headings of horses cattle pig poultry dogs and miscellaneous wants of All kinds will be accepted under this head. The rates will be i cent per word per insertion minimum charge 25c. Payable in Advance. 1 tenders tenders will be received by the undersigned up to 13th july for one ret to abutments and general to for steel Bridge Over Little Abib River Glen Souris and specifications at office of municipality of Cornwallis. To lowest or any tender not new is drily accepted. I. W. Shaw d29w4 Sec a treas. Business locals f you have any horses to sell see tier amp Trotter it will pay you Ephone 35, Brandon. 6471 special information topic optical company a special offer for one week Only will be extended to next week for people residing in the country districts. Roney makers for the farm so f f p Al Al mum i they Are also great a Weed any farms wanting Ontario Breeding purposes them from pay Price and Breeds. September 1912. J. J. Clegg a Brandon sheep for can a secur write of delivery Ini wickets for 22, was the Best Bowler for the Winn speggers and was at 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 Bowling with Seant respect. Several changes of Bowling were tried during the innings but until Charlesworth was put of at the North Wio Ket difficulty warn experienced by the bowlers in making any play against the Strong wind the Fielding in this innings was fair. On St. George s going to Bat a second time the earlier bats did not meet with much Success. However Foote made 19 in perfect style while Oakey hit up 11 and Seale 9. The Tail Enders almost All made a few and the total reached 85. The Winn Eggers were thus set to get 95 to win and they set about 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 late. Barr 11robison 21 not out and Webb 11all batted splendidly and to the Captain in particular great credit is due for his Brilliant Effort to score a win for his Side. The innings closed with the score at 73, St. Georges winning As stated. In both innings of the Winn speggers of Harlesworth was the mainstay of the Bowling the other end of which fell Down badly in places. The big Man proved his value to his Side in this departments 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 score just about indicates the play and St. Georges 26 0 1 11 1 6 h. Sea b Turner a. Field not out to. W. G. Oakey b Robison .5 Nelson b Tumer. 1 Philip Arthur Richard Steele 1915 father a car Nichols. Turne Robison. Incr g. M. Turner b Charlesworth 28 w. N. Antony c Clark b Moffatt 1 m. Barr b Charlesworth g. Brodie c Oakey b cd Worth. R. A. Robison c Nelson b Charlesworth. H. Webb b Moffatt. W. Denton not out j. Deny b Charlesworth. S. Grimason b Charlesworth. W. Wildy St. Oakey b Scaife w. Nichol hit wkt., b Scaife extras. Money to loan on farm Security. Private funds. Low rate of interest. Apply to Box 15, Sun office. 23.13. 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. Extras 13 81 ,. Z wickets for 23 Rae Street aged 11 Penter. John Richard Steele. Vincent h. Smith read estate agent Balonie. Be Wing. A Andrew Boyd retired Farmer formerly of Sherwood. Died this mom ing. Two chinamen unidentified. John Ferguson Butcher reported dead is alive being cared for in a friends House. 5 wickets for 22 3 wickets for to 0 wickets for Winnipeg 0 0 12 0 those missing we. Bradshaw a a a a 72 Bowling 6 wickets for 18.2 wickets for 23 0 wickets for 15. 2 wicketsfor3 Charlesworth. Moffatt. Smeal Scaife. St. George s g. Stordy. A Robison h. G. Gall b Robison p. H. Clark run out a. Scaife b Turner. A. G. Oakey b Turner j. Charlesworth c Brodie b Robison t. S Quot a f r. H. Site Britt b Robison 7. A. Field b Turner. T. Foote b Nichols h. Smeal not out. F. Nelson run out extras. 8 0 6 6 11 checker last seen near the . Shops. Miss Davidson Prince Albert 2j5 Cameron. 4 ? miss n. Grier nurse Creelman sask. Last heard of on lome St. I s. P. Jones 1057 Retalick Street. Robert Black wife and child 1254 Hamilton Street. Saunders child. Miss Alice Hartley. W. Bullock. Dummy Lobsinger last seen at Lake. To 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. J t during of cd and August our a torn cat 12.30k on thurs i or Quot i. Noons. D. A im4�i �8 marriage Robert h. Carr Iron maker leg broken. \ we. Mcmurdo tinsmith Cut around head and body. We. Crab leg injured. Cha amp Lynn Carpenter Cut about head and Chest bruises. Ernest Frampton labourer badly injured. A. B a Mckillop 2186 Rae badly injured. Al. Ronstadt a p. R Road Mast or injured not in Hospital. A. Major labourer badly Cut. Geo. Major labourer badly Cut. Alex Bruce. Miss Ella Bowel Robert Donald. Mrs. Dunn. Leslie Evans. Ken. Ferguson. Redman fait. Or. Gissler. Of Peterboro Back % the injured the full list of injured obtained from the Regina general Hospital in As follows. It a a it James Nocks 2176 lome St it broken leg. Clara select a stay still a out a a a a a s a a a a 7 19 9 4 6 85 Bowling a a robison4 # crickets for 33 Turner.3 wickets Abr 25 Nichols 1 wicket for 19 Winnipeg g. L. Brodie b Charlesworth. 8 w. Denton b Moffatt. 7 w. Nichols b Charlesworth. 0 w. N. Altony c Clark b Moffatt 4 g. M. Turner c Clark b Moffatt 2 j. Deny b Charlesworth. 0 m. Barr c Oakey b Moffatt. 11 r. A. Robison not out 21 h. Webb c Gall b Stordy 11 w. Wildy run out 2 s. Grimason b Charlesworth. 0 extras 73 Charlesworth Moffatt Fet Ordy Seale Bowling. 4 wickets for 23. 4 wickets for.24. 1 wicket for 9 0 wickets for 0 Dawn nne a i and fit want an exclusive optical business devoted entirely to Eye troubles. A a a a a a a a a a -1 years at Winnipeg has located permanently at 36 ninth Street. A not now necessary for anyone to go to Winnipeg to Bave the eyes examined for therefore it is any kind of in Canada. Refractive errors or muscular imbalance As or. Crowe is one of the Foremost opticians $4.75 special offer for one. Week Only. $4.75 co i u a pm of 3-4 0 a o cd 0 co no amp 0d i. Der to the topic Oft Cal co. To 36 stat we tre to 0.e week 0>lr. nm6>t. Jib let lenses guaranteed to suit your eyes either tor near for 31 Al nun. Al Distant vote Iowa. I mounted in Gold frames of 4 different try less. Vis 1. 2. 3. 4. Rimless Eye tass mounts neatest and latest rimless spectacle a with cabled temples. Eye glasses with rims. Spectacles with redb and cabled temp a. I Jfhn Nii hex Amine to on of your eyes this offer include Tho oust Ymir Money Bach if not sat our permanent Guarante. Open evenings from 7-30 to 10 p. 1 phone 3fi2 Only a y Brand England leading. By least it Wise to the Sun Stockholm july 2�?football Competition sem final half time score. England 2, Finland 0. By injured. Fiat a Gaston Italy Bead Hurt. Bad i James Mulroney Morgan Park la in Cut injured. 5 i u j James Hindson Lorn St., Colla Bone broken Scalp wounds Bru Sefl bad. A ,. A a a a i Ernest Templeton Petrulia a Nti Scalp wounds Carl Giesler Oshkosh wis., broke Lek Quot to 1 Ernest Blenkhorn 1200 Angus 8u, Middleboro eng., broken Arm add wounds v a mrs. Maud James from farm sout of City relatives at Saskatoon Scalp wound. W. P. Edwards Chippewa ont., ribs broken. Or. Mckegney arms and jaw broken Bead badly injured. Alex. Robinson 1227 Scarth et., omes from Kilmarnock Scotland head wounds wife and two children missing. Chas. James school teacher near Yorkton English single bruised badly. Ellef Nyhus North Side City nor bad cuts on head and arms. Miss Guthrie mrs. Guthrie Collar hone broken. Miss Graham. Kenneth Gordon. Miss Susan Holmes. John Hololitz. Reggie Hodson. Mrs. J. R. Hodson. D. A Heriman. Charles James mrs. Jack. Or Lovet. Bruce Langton. A or. Myhers. Walter Martin. A James 5fullowney. 1 miss Robertson. M. Rogertson. Or. Mar Giey. A or. Slock. Vera Saunders Tom Shillington. J Arthur Smith. Miss m. Shaw. Miss b. Shaw. Arthur Templeton i Thos f miss Rachael Scott Telephone operator Hurt badly in Back. E. J. Barclay fir and Indurani. 1 11,000.000 to Loon to Toyoto rut loan and real estate a Enta Proa a tor Canada Permanand mortgage corporation agent Canada life Murano a. Farm for a Al a rom Brandon a a a a a n Mam. William Evans. John Dawson. The colonial Church in. J. A 22-Ominica St., Moose jaw comes from grand River n.s., ribs and Back injured. Robt. Donald Toronto concussion of brain v Hubert St. James. Mrs. St. James. Killed number Twenty flight continued from Page one Ive i and fourteenth Street which is not absolutely level. Some Homes have been reduced to ashes and pulpwood. With others but the foundation remains while signs of the houses and of the furniture can be a found blocks away. The dead the following is the official list of the dead compiled up to six o clock this evening. A j. Bryan 2165 Albert St. Born Thorndale ont., aged 51. Manager of Tudhope Anderson. Scoutmaster Appleby. Geo. Craven aged 35. Born in new zealand. Church of England Dairy instructor. Frank Blenkhorn and his wife Ber tha. Born in England. Arthur Donaldson contractor. Miss Ella Guthrie. Seamstress barries limited. Lived 2134 lome Street. Thu j Hu-1 my ,.1 i h Amy St. James farm South of the City All from Higland. Hubert spine injured others badly bruised. Mrs. D. Graham miss j. Graham West lome ont., Scalp wounds. Mrs. Bruce Back injured. Earl Saunders head and Chest injured. It Kenneth Dunn aged 5 years leg broken. Thos. Shillinglaw 2117 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 sin., ont., ribs broken. Keneth Reed 2202 lome St., Vinton la. Three in House at to Fate my of by leased wire to the us London july 2 a the Bisno London presiding at the British Columbia Church Aid society meeting said the colonial Church is going to be a great leaping place from we Ipoh the empires religious Foree would Dvane towards China and Japan. To serve the Best food in the Best manner. Have you Ever Irish it to prop in some time whew you Are to a hurry. We will Elk you the Best value in the City. Our noon Day lunch 4# a Satis factory meal. Bast Coffee of Earth wow a i a a a a a a / wife a fatal Devotion an inquest was held at Moss Nook Styli Cheshire England on mrs. Campbell a widow living in Isle of Man who died in her sleep j while on a visit to her sister whom she had not seen for 23 years. It was stated that mrs. Campbells husband died a month ago and the Coroner read a letter declaring that her death was due to her entire de professional can us Viter i nary the j Coxe and Robinson veterinarians. Office. Kelly ninth Street. Brandon. # pm a or auctioneers a Votion to Ber husband whom she nursed up to the time of his death. A verdict of a death from natural causes a was returned. \ keep Man alive just to try him of c. Norris licensed auctioneer sales conducted in All Paffi of Marvu i Toba Aid the Northwest Terri Oross. Live Stock a specially. O a a taken at Kelly a stables Brand address t. C. Norris url Swunk. My a. A a Dettt ethers dying covered with cuts to be from cab be and bruises. Mrs. Jack said Gary too delirious to be questioned mrs. James dual 2318 Dewdney not seriously injured. Or. A Jed mrs. Wood and son. A a. H n. Bowl my Ltd i Ella miss i Thomas . I Frank Easton. Wsot if. Fla Gaston. Bah waru slim by Ter Halljr injured. Huh mrs. Mcdougal infill St., Cut and India used _ berlins 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 went nine and has spent most of his time in prison. He or far gone in consumption and when he committed thi murders had Only a Short time to a. He presented a pitiable figure in court his puny wasted Frame quivering with lever and nervousness and a a v _ t 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 a Young lady Natless her face Ruddy with cold f suddenly entered the shop which he was robbing. It was the jewelery a daughter. He Only wanted to escape but she Clung to Hiss Tittl he felled a moment later the father Bovea a Stewart l House movers and Gen i eral. Contra Oto is h our specialities Are stacks and placing machinery of All kinds. It we arb exp Bruff my eighth Buyot bro4o. Phon. In tot pm my j for real estate invest wats. A and a Money to loan at see w. P. Ayle room 8, Burchill

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