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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 10, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, APRIL 10, 191 (? THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE District News SPEAKER DEAL CAPS ALL BASEBALL TRANSACTIONS Noted Auto Speeder Meels Death With Others at Carona, Calif., Saliiirday Spectators Are Injured When Car Leaves Track-Woman � Steals $800 Diiamond Coroiiii, Cnllf.. April ll>.-Bo)t Bur-niiin, of Dotrolt. the raco drlvar, his rnochanlciaii, Eric Sclifomljar ot Chicn-go nnd ii guard, W. 1^. Spior, of Corona, all were Uillcd or dl'Sd �oov.i after the tliird Corona Boulnvard race hi'.ra Saturday. Five others n'oro injured when Burman's cur lurched oft the track. Tlio lisi; of dead nnd injured was greater than the nnnihor of drivorH who crossed tlie linisli line. Jiddic O'fiounell won the race, which was an event ot the "noman Holiday." Burman Dies at IHospital Burman died at C.IO o'clock toniglit In the city hospital at R;Vversido, where he was taken from tlic temporary race hospital after tho accident. The louK ride, 12 miles in an ambulance from Coronn to UlverHtdc, exhausted the dying driver, iwA ho died within 10 minutes after he reached the hospital. i\Irs. Burman was with lior husband Boon after the accident in the iiTlh ]ap and remained with him until lie died. As slic stood bosidio him in the council chamber of the Corona city hall, awaiting the verdict ot surgeons, a woman who gave the police the name of Mrs. Mary Clark ot I-os Angeles, came beside tho cot. $800 Diamond Pin Stolen When she left Mrs. Burman a^'oused her of taking from the I'lothlng of the injured Burman a diamond pin valued nt ,$800. A. C. liamsoy, chief of police, or dered J'^^'y, Clark .searched. He re|)ort-(id that two nurses found concealed under her corKct the diamond pin v.-nich Tilra. Burmiui allf^ged was taken from her husband's clothing as lie was near doatli. The winners and tlieir times were: >'irst, Eddie O'llonnell. 3:29:52. Second, .Joe Thomas, :'.:;i(;:(ll. Third, Kddio Pullen. :!::!.S:3C, 2-5. l''ourth. Teddy Tetziaft. :i:rary weighed 137 Vi and Duffy 112%. IRIS. SPEM[R GOES 10 CLEVELANO IN GREATEST CASH PRICE Cincinnati, April S.-While lie would not say what, amount of money was given for Trls Speaker, .lames C. Dunn, president of the Cleveland American league club, declared the deal involves the greatest cash consideration ever paid for a hall player. "W'e paid more money for Sjjeaker than the Chicago Americans paid for Eddie Collins or the -Mew York Americans paid for .1. Franklin Baker," said Dunn. "Tiie acquisition of Speaker was purely a cash consideration, but tlierc may be some minor details wliich would involve one or tv.'o of tlio lesser i)layers on the Clove-land team," GOULD RETAINS TITLE Xow York, April 8.-Jay Gould, the world's court tennis champion, liand-ily defeated Joshua Crane ot Irio.stou today in the challenge round ot the national tournament at the local Racket and Tennis club. The chamjjiou won in straight sets, (i-2; 6-2; 6-3. ^^j^HEN tire prices arc dis-cussed, keep in mind the fact that you can purchase Goodyear Tires at, the lowest prices compatible with quality- because GoodycarTires are manufactured efficiently and in lai-ge quantities-IN CANADA. Star Centrclielder of the Uo.ston Americans Exchanged For Cash and Players .Vi'W Vork, Ai)ril .s.- -Trislam Speuk-the great oullleldf;r and for the hiHt twt) years the hiciicnl ^�,ali^ri(.ll ! pUiyrtiher) ' J. Hazett left I'or Ciilgary mi Mon-rlay and intends ' going to inllltary headquarters about enlfstmenl. having houn rejecte'l on iKicuml of eyesigiit four times. it is rumored liiai \)v. .Sleeves is going to the front attadicd to the niedlciil staff. At llu! r^utheran ''jnin li on .Monday, April 3rd, Uev. M. A. Aiidermni iiiiHod In matrimony. Mr. Silver Sollierg. to MlBa Bertha Itensun. .Mr. Solbcrg has imrchased the flan-din furm and will l:ilii.. up residence there this spring. A meeting of tin,' Claresliolm C.ns ,'ind Oil Company was held in tho Council Chambers (,n .Monday. April 3rd. The auditor's reiiort showed a balance of about ;;;',,iiiMi in the treasury. TABER NEWS (l''rom tlic Times) The I'rovincial i;o\eriime!it liu;. a gang of men grading the road which runs west to llie trunk road for Itet-law. The present work exiei'.ds from the corner of KnuK churcli for ttm: mil..' west. Secretary Griilil) has given the Times the l.naiicial statement of tlie ooiiccil recently held in aid of tho I'alriolic and Red Croats fund.s. The total receipts were $144.r)0. The expeiulilures wi^-e as follows:--Kent of theatre $1.".. printing 54, music, ?2..S.'). a total of .' The balance of .$122.t;.') has been divideil as follows; Women's Institute Hod Cioss Fund. ?i;i.3r>; Patriotic Fund ?i;i.30. Mrs. Walter Brymi, of Rolling Oi-een received ilie sad news of the death of her brother, Capt. Saunders, of Col-lingwood, Ont. 'I'lu; deicased was a well known steariheat captain on the lakes fin' many years. EXTRAORDINARY! APRIL llth--29th Tf sonu^ one lold vdii Iiow you could shyc 2/) Id ;")(),>, on Uic; of your slatioiicry uiid olTico supplies, yun would like ih(> u])]>orUnii;y, Wouldn't you t Well, lluit's wluii wc are .i>'oino'l;o do'NOW. Tliece is in onr slore I 12 fjtli tSi. S., ;i S20()0.00 .�^loek f)f sl.alioiiery and olTiee supplies, ei.e., wliieli you are ii'oin.u'to hiiy, heeaiisi^ pvcj-y ariicic oJ't'ei'ed will he a t�'('iinine bai'jvaiii. These prices were never before seen \n iietlihridgc. (iel in. aiidu'ct your supply fiow, loniorrow may be too lale. Here are the prices of a few of the lines: in Cash Boxes, regular price � to $2.2i;. Sale price, each ............. $1,35 to $1.65 2 Cheque nnd voucher file cabinets, regular price $l.-,.(l(j. Sale price ............ $11.50 I Che(|ue and voucher file cabinet, regular lirice $9.00. Sale price .............. $6.70 l>nper fasteners, paper clips, regular price lOc to 2."c. Sale Price, per box ... 5c to 15c K Hotelikiss staplers, regular price J2.50. Sale price, each .................... $1,75 r, Anioniatic pencil sharpeners, regulaa- jirice $2.n0. Sale price, each ............... $1.50 21 Boxes Typewriter (carbon) paper, regular price J2.2ri. Sale price, each ......... $1,75 2.^0 Typewriter Rilibons, regular price "fie to $1.00. Sale price, each .................. 50c Sfveral groB.'? lead pencils, regular price "lOc to Sale price, per doz......25c to 75c B Gross Koh-i-noor lead pencils, regular price Sl.T.'i. Sale price, per doz.......... $1,25 Ink Wells!, regular price each. 40c and up Sale price, each ................ 25c 4. up 18 Ijjirge (Jash Books, regular price $4 to $7 Sale price, each......,............... $2.75 20 Waterman Fountain Pens, regulni; price $2.r>0. Sale price, each i. $1.7S Desk Pens, (pyramid), regular price 10c each Sale price, 2 for ...................... 15c GRASSY LAKE (l''roiii tlie Gazette) -Miss Ormorod. from Calgary, is the new school tcaci'.er on the local scliool staff, taking the iiiace of .Miss Carrie Cook, who has giv^ii up teaching and r(!turncd to lier home in Medicine Hit. jLestcr Jarvis, who sometime :igo enlisted with the 17,jth Battalion at JMedicInu Hut, has been dlsi:harged on request of his fallier. as being under LEDGERS. JOURNALS, DAY BOOKS. ORDER BOOKS, BILL BOOKS, BILLS PAYABLE AND RE. CEIVABLE, MEMO BOOKS, FILES, ETC., EQUALLY LOW PRICES. Say I II" you have any printing:, don't, forget we're In the Busines.s. ^ SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO TELEPHONi: AND MAIL ORDERS. PRINTERS & STATIONERS LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. MORRIS DEI^EATS "GUNBOAT" SMITH Tulsa, Okla., April S.-Carl Morris of Sapulpa, Okla., was given a de- j : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :� i By ,loe Price) Edmonton Bulletin: Tlie deatli in action of .\rlhur lieitz, tlie announcement of which was given out in yos-lorday's oHicial ciisualty list, removes another sterling Kdmonlon athlete. Art Deltz left ICdmonton last fall with the 4th Fniversity ('ontingent, and after a short period of training In England was sent directly into tlie trenches. He w;is well known In .Vl-berta athle.tie circles, being a hockey player of ability and renown. In 1013 he jilayed with the University of Alberta football team, being a team mate of that other lino, athlete, .lock Pa,rker, who has also met his death In action. He was one of the young men who always stood for what was clean and fair in siion and represented this city in many alliletic competitions. He played hockey as well as rugby and was perhaps better known as a hockey player than as a football player. The siiortsmen of Edmonton extend their sympathy to his mother who is living on the south side. He was a (Ine clean athlete and a genlle-, man, who has been cut down just j when entering what iiromised to be a successful career. He had made tlie supreme sacrifice and his memory is an inspiration to all who have been associated v.itli him.' I-------------------------------- age. Hb Is only sixteen .gnd enlisted while his father was away. E. J. James-Davies is seriously ill i in the l.ethbridgo hospital, and will have to move to the Pacific coast, as soon as he l.s strong enough for the journey. i TORONTO SURPRISED Toronto, April 8.-Tho action of the .Alontreal A. A. A. in withdrawing from active participation in sport while the war is on may cause the "Big Four" Itugby Union to close up slioi) next fall, according to local fool-ball men. With the Winged Wheelers out the union could hardly Bo. The move of the Montreal club came as a great sur,nrise to sport followers in thii5 vicinity. JOE STECHER WING AGAIN- Chicago, April 8.-Joe Stechor. at the wrestling contests hero tonight, defeated Bill llokus, in straight falls. He accomplished tho first with a body scissors and forearm hold in 3 minutes and 20 seconds. PIEH TO NEWARK Cy Pieli, ouco a member of tho Loth-bridgu professional baseball club in tho Wostorti Canada league, has been let out by the New York Amuricaus to Newark in the Internationivl league. .;. .;. .;. .j, .j. ,;. .j. FRANK MORAN SAW PICTURE'S Now York, April 8.-The moat interested spectator at the first showing of tho pics' turea ot tho Wlllard-Morau ? light was Frank Aloran. He ; watched tho mill on tho screen : without betraying either ap- ? proval Qv disapproval until the Hoventh rounil. it depicted him > in a sonsrttional rally after Willard had battered him ; around the ring. Tho crowd : clioerort. Moran looked pleasetl. >: lie and his party slipped into >; tho theatre unobserved. Mq-; run'a face Is now ulraoat wlth-: out a.'blomlBU. aren kindly cohseutstl to .-ictas secretary-treasurer. ' The board decided to ask for the following grants; Town of Bow Island .$.")0n; Rural Municipality of Bow la-land ?n00; Rural Municipality' of Forty-Mile, 5250. It was also agreed to approach Burdett and Winnifred and endeavor to get some assistance from them. Beattie Bros., who have the local agency for the t'ord cai', commenced the erection this week of a garage and workshop, which, when completed, will measnro 125x25 feet. This will be tho Ini'geat one ot its kind between Medicine Hat and Licthbridge. HEMPLE KNOCKS OUT NELSON Kenoslia, Wis,, April .S.-Jack llcm-ple, spari'ing iiarlner of Jess Willard, heavyweight champion, last night knocked out Leo Nelson, Chicago, in the seventh round ot. a scheduled 10-round, no decision liout. The tiglit was even up to the seventh. Tho men are heavyweigh.ta. EQUALS WORLD'S RECORD Chicago, A mil 8.-Duke Knhaua-molcu of Hawaii equalled the world's record today in ihe 100-yard Invitation swimming events'in tho Illinois -Vth-letlc Club tank. Ho made the distance in iil seconds. The islander was beaten in the 220-yard event by Perry McGllvray in 22 2-5. j MACLEOD I From the Spectator) ! .Mr. E. F. GummiuB, the noted i rancher ot Mucleod, has answered the I call of the country, and has enlisted iin the 13th O.M.R. His very many I friends wisli him every success in his I new undertaking. i A number of tho boys ot tho 13th !o. M. U., Medicine Hat, are on leave [ to work on their different farms in \ and around Macleod. ! Last Sunday evening at 7.30 at the I Anglican Church, His . Lordship tho Bisliop of Calgary inducted the Rov. C. Gray, late of Yellow Grass, Saskatchewan, to the rectorship of CARTER WINS GOLF TOURNEY Plnehurst, N. C, April S.---Philip Carter ot New York, metropolitan amateur'^ champion, won the north and south "amateur golf championship here today, defeating Frank Dyor, of Mont-clair, champion, five up and three to play in the SB-hole finals. RUNS 100 IN 9 4-5 SECONDS Austin, Texas, April S.~Framo ot tho University of Texas equulod tho amatour athletlq union record ot !) 4-,) Bocondd tor tho 100-ynrd dash in- a triple meet hero today. He was fa.vorod by a good wiiid. Texas won the meet. ITIJER! YOUIl GUILD IS GROSS, FEVERISH, \m GONSTIPATION IF TONGUE IS COATED, BREATH BAD, STOMACH SOUR, CLEAN LIVER AND BOWELS. Fastest Stock Motorcycle on the Market. BICYCLE REPAIRS Cheapest and Best D. �. MacDonald GUNSMITH and INDIAN MOTORCYCLE Aflont, "lO? 5th St. S.- - Phone 1032 Give "California Syrup of Figu" at once-a teaBpoont'ul today often saves a sick child tomorrow, if your little one is out-ot-aorts, half-sick, isn't resting, eating and aot-ing naturally^look, Mother! see If tongue is coated. This is a sure sign that its little stomach, liver and bowels are clogged with wasto. When cross, liTitable, feverish, stomach sour, breath bad or Iirb stomach-ache, dlarrhoae, sore throat, full ot cold, give a teaspoonful of "California Syrup ot irigs," and in a tew hours all tho constipated poison, undigested food nnd sour bllo gently moves out ot its little bowels without griping, uud you have a well, playful child again. Mothers can vest easy after slving this harmless "fruit laxative," because it novoi' falls to cleanse the little � one's liver and, bowels and sweeten the stomaali and they dourly lovo tt.8. pleasant ta^te, I'Mll directions for,--linblas,. children ot all ages and for grown-ups printed on each hotUo, Beware of counterfeit Ilg synips. Ask your druggist for a 50-csrit bottle of "Callftjrt^ta Syrup o( Figs," then s�G that It Is made by tho "California Fig Syrup Company." �;- Advertise-ip-ont, ' ." Roller To fit any one $1.00 to $2.50 COME TO SEE THEM, BOYS AND GIRLS. C. W. GR AY 310 5TH ST, SOUTH . Christ Church, Macleod, Alberto. The service was the first induction serv-' ice ever witnessed- In Macleod and a largo congregation attended. PINCHER CREEK (From the Echo) J. F. Gray and W. S. Courod left Wednesday to start training with the 13th at Medicine Hat. Many friends will bo Interested to know that B. H. Y'eomaiis who has been Indian agent at tho Blood reserve for the past three years, has been transferred to tho Stoney asency at Morley, Alberta. Contrary to the general report, Mr, Oodsal, ot Cowley, Informs us that he has not disposed of ^his entire ranch to the Dukhobors. He has sold 2100 acres to them, however, but the house and about 1300 acres are still in his possession. Lieut. Hutchison and Sergt. Uavies did pretty well on their recruiting trip here and as a result the following lads have joined the 13th O.M.R,:- Conrod, W. S.; Gray, J. F.; Larsen, S. E.; Bendok, B.; Halton, S.; Mc-Glcnnlng, T, VULCAN (li'rom ihe Advocate) Mrs. Claude TerwlUlgar was hurriedly called to Forest Grove, Ore,, this week, owing to the sudden Illness of her father, who is dangerously 111, Tho work for spring Jias commenced avid the farmers are getting into the fields with the drills and harrows, and in a day or so It will be general throughout the disti'ict, Messrs, ,T. L. Halght, and S, B. Taylor, who recently left Vulcan for the coast, write to say that they have enlisted in tho Duke of Connaught's OM'n Rifles, and aro also taking up a course in aviation. About tho first farmers to commence seeding were the Jacobson Brothers, wlio have seeded about 200 acres to date, beginning on the 20th of March, when the warm spell'-was here. After that they were hold tip until the last few days. ,- the license of Mr. Fuches* hotel at Hillcreat has been forfeited, E^'an Morgan ot Frank has been appointed a member of the provincial board ot examiners under the Mines-Act. BLAIRMORE NEWS (From'the Elntorprlso) Corporal Lewis, who has done effl-dent service In conneotiou with the R,N,W,M,P, at Blalrmore . for about three years, has been tnvnsferred to Brocket, and has moved his family to their new home. Corporal Klstrlok, I'ormerly ot Lnndbreok, but later o( Plnohor Crook, suooeeds Corporal Lewis at the local detachment,, a.nd arrived here on Monday of th'la week. Some little changes are being.made at the local dotaelunent lii qrder to provide an oHlce for the Inspector and aocommodation for the corporal and two oonstablea, , Ohas, Fuches was H^ed $5Q,dO and coats before Insp()ctqr Junget on Wednesday for iiavlug BoliV liquor t. receive lior letter, and itiwiUib*:;} beld iu $(rlot�8Hoott