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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 24, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta MONBAV, APPifL 24, 1916 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HEllALD PAGE TIJRI FIFTEEN 10 A HE PLA!ED AT ST. LOUIS American league Clubs Make One Run Each-Cleveland Pitcher Went Full Route AMERICAN New York St. WnalilnBloii Cleveland .. w Ij Pot. 5 2 .714 G 4 .000 r. �1 .mi c 5 .545 5 5 .r,oo 4 G .441 3 5 .375 2 6 .250 Pet. .857 .556 .Br.c .500 .500 .400 .400 .107 SATURDAY'S GAMES Pitchers' Battle at. Louis, April 22.-St. Louis iiud Cleveland battlhia game postponed; wet grounds. SUNDAY GAMES St. Louis Wins Close Game Cincinnati, April 23.-In a 12-innlng contest hero today St. IjOuIs won the first game of the aeries from Cincinnati 2 to 1. Each team used three pitchers, the contest finally being between Amos and Schneider, the score being tied when they went in. St. Louis made three singles in the 12th, Miller scoring the winning run. St. Louis............ 2 10 0 Cincinnati............ 1 10 1 Jasper, SaUee, Ames and Snyder, Gonzales; Toney, MoKenry, Schneidor and Clarke, \Vlngo. Cuba Shut Out Pirates Chicago, April 23.-George McCon-nell held Pittsburg to one hit today, a double by Viox, and Chicago shut out the visitors Z to 0. Tlie score: Pittsburg............ 0 1 0 C'hicago.............. 3 4 1 Kantlehner, Mamau.x and Schmidt; McConnell and Archer. A BIG ATHLETIC CLOB AT SAN FRANCISCO BLAIRMORE (From the Kntcrprise) W. A. Chester returned from Marlboro on Monday to resume hia position with the Rocky Mountain Cement company. The local plant of the Hooky Mountain Cement company is now in roadl-nesB for oijeratlon and will be going full swine ill about a week, Harold Jackson, lawjiT, of Hncher Creek, has become Htiaobi>rt to the 102nd battalitm. and afrivoA here Monday to attend Ite military training school. Fitted With Latest in Athletic Club Equipment-Smoking Permitted ARIERICAN ASSOCIATION SATURDAY GAMES At LoulFVlll*-St. Paul 3; Louls-vUle 4. At IndlanftpoHs-Mlnneopolis 10; Indianapolis 6. At Toledo-No game; cold. At Columbus-No game; rain. SUNDAY GAMES At LoulBTllle- St. Paul ............ 1 3, 0 IjOuIbvIUo............ 6 8 8 Zlnimerman' and Land; James and Lalonge. At Columbut- Milwaukee............ 6 7 2 Columbus............ 3 G 3 Shackleford and Spellman; George and Coleman. Kansas City......... 0 3 3 Toledo...........�. Sanders and Berry; Sweeney. At Indianapolis-- MlnneaiK>lis ....... Indianapolis ........ Williams and Owens; and Gossett. Bailey 1 and 17 0 0 5 2 Palkenberg COAST LEAGUE At Portland-Salt Lake............ i 10 2 Portland ............ 3 8 3 Munsell, Relsigl and Hannah; Noyes, Hlgginbotham and Fisher. At Los Angeles-Morning game- Ban Francisco........ 8 13 4 Los Angeles ... ...... 1 4 4 Corbett and Sepul'vefla; Scogglns, Standridge, Horstman, Thompson and Boles. Afternoon game- San Francisco........ 4 8 2 Los Angeles ......... 3 13 2 Baum, Steen and Sepulveda; Hogg, Scogglns and Bossier. At San Francisco-Morning game- Vernon .............. 2 8 4 Oakland ............ 8 11 1 Qulnn, Johnson and Spencer; Alar^ tin and BlUott. Afternoon game- Vernon.............. 7 11 l Oakland............ 2 5 4 Frommo and Mltze; Boyd and ISI-liott, GrllUth. PHILLIES SIGN CLAUDE COOPER Philadelphia, April 22.-The Philadelphia National league today signed Claude Cooper, outfielder, who played last year with the Bi'ooklyn Federals. Cooper was a member of the New York Giants two years ago when ho accepted an offer to leave that cluh and join the Federal league. Cooper i'eported to the Philadelphia team at New York today. San Francisco, April 32.-The Woman's Athletic club of this city, the only orgnnizutlon of its kind west of Chicago with a building all its own, has Just closed Its charter member-slilp rolls, it was announced here today. One thousand names were on the lists. Its new clubhouse, costing approximately $110,000, and fitted tliroughout its five stories with the latest in club appointments and ath letic equipment, wlil be completed Uils summer. In the athletic department there will bo n Turkish bath, salt water plimge, Kymnaslum, steam and mas-sago rooms, Blectric cabinets, a hydro therapeutic department and tennis and squash courts. One floor will contain lounging and game rooms and a restaurant, 'i'here will be a place for children in the Juvenile department, and guests will bo accommodated In a set of bed rooms. Hair dressers, manicures and masseurs will be in attendance. No provision la made In the apeclfl cations for a smoking room, but tho organizers have announced that smoking "will be permitted in certain portions of the club." The club will not be represented In outdoor athletic contests by teams, as all activity of its representatives will be confined to the building. The organizers and olHcors are women of prominence In San Francisco. Jlrs. Horace PlUsbury is president. Tho financing of the club was assumed by a number of women of wealth but It is expected their expenditures will be repaid from dues and tees. Tite Initiation fee will be $100 and dues $5 per month. ONTARIO AMATEUR LACROSSE HAS FINE RECORD IN KHAKI Toronto, April 22.-At the annual convention of the Ontario Amateur Lacrosse association yesterday satisfae tory reports wore presented and tho new president, Charles Hosklng, was Installed. At the monjtng session President .T Ed. HIns of OrilHa, In the course ol his address stated that the past year wa's the best In the history oi me aa-sedation. Ho expressed appreciation of the fact that more than one-half of the boys who took out certificates with the Ontario Amateur Lacrosse association in 1015 have enlisted tor oyer-seas service. Proposals for alteration of the existing rules and regulations had little success. The enlisted soldier was exempted from the provisions of the residence rule. Reinstatement of suspended players who have enlisted, or are bona tide engaged In the manufacture ot munitions was agreed to. DISTRICT NEWS PLUNGE RECORD IS BROKEN Illinois A. C. Swimmer Negotiates 76 Feet In 50 1-5 Seconds St, Louis, April 22-D. V, A. Smith ot the Illinois Athletic association, world's champion plunger, broke the world's record for the 75-toot plunge In tho Missouri Athletic association tank tonight. Smith plunged tho distance in 50 1-5 socontlM, breaking llio former record of 52 aoconds made five years ago by John Llchter. COLORED BOYS BROKE EVEN Vancouver B.C., April 22,-Vancouver and the Chicago colored Giants hrolto even In the exhibition game played hero yostoi'day, In the morning tho locals took tho big end of a uix to five score while in the uttov-noon the Giants won a free hitting .KtvnjH hy 11 score of 13 to 4, MAQEE'S WRIST FRACTURED Boston, April 21,-An X-ray examination ot Sherwood Magee's loft forearm showed that tho Boston National's left fielder sufTered a^wi'lst fracture In the game at Philadelphia. Mn-gee was hit-by a ball plt6hed by Be)i-der In tlio ninth Inning, but the seriousness of tho Injiu'y was not discovered until today. He will be out ot the game for at least a month. Thla win be a aorloua loss to his club. He Is a star. LEONARD DEFEATS BLOOM New Y^ork, April 22.-Benny Leonard ot this city easily defeated Pljtl Bloom of Brooklyn In a ten round bout last night. Leonard weighed 136 pounda and Bloom 134%. MACLEOD (From tho Spectator) On Friday morning last Captain Donald Cheslor Davis arrived in .Ma-cloofl, being invalided hnine from the front. He was met at the station by his rciatlvca, also Mayor Grier and many other prominent townsmen. Capt. Dttvl.s went over to I'^iigland with the Strathcona Horse in the first contingent. After remaining; In England for about six months thoy were sent over to France, where they entered the ironclies. During one of tho severe ftngagenienls Capt. Davis woe hit by a piece of shrapnel, breaking tlie arm and causing severe internal injuries. It Is reported that Ooorgo Kirwan, late brakeman on the C. P. H., and a resident of Madeod, has been wounded during one of the recent engagements at the front. Private Kirwan enlisted with the Slst battalion and left tor the old country la.st year. On Monday before Inspectors Mac-donald and Dann at the Mounted Presby-terlan minister, la expected liere May 12th. Probably tho induction will be held on this date. He will occupy the pulpit on May 14. The name of Sergt. J. S. Proven was In tlie casualty list on Thursday as one ot the wounded. In St. Slol. This Is probably one ot the Clares-holm boys. MiBB Irene Walker left Claresholm last week for Colorado, where she will be married lo Mr. Stebblns, brother of Le Roy Stebblns of this town. She was accompanied by Mrs. L, R. Stebblns. Weather conditions ot the past week have been favorable for seeding operations. The wet snow which tell on Saturday morning did not cause much delay and was all melted by noon. Considerable acreage Is already under crop, and every day sees hundreds more seeded down. Green grass has been In evidence for the past ten days, and stands about 1^,4 inches on an average. .\ very Interesting event look place In this Oddfellows hall on Tuesday night of this week when Dr. B. F. Stoevos was given a farewell by the citizens of tho town, and presented with a wrist watch us a small token of their respect and good wishes. Tlic presentation was made by itev. VV. i-;. MacNiven, who referred to the saerl-ilco being intido by many of our brave citizens, and voiced the sentiments of the doctor's friends who wlssh him every sucrcss In his work, and a safe rcUirn wlien the wur in over. Wo are sorry to have to record the death of Mrs. Albertlne .M. Cnrlberf;. which took pluco In Calgary ho.Hpllal nn Saturday morning, April l.'i, al 3 o'clock. Mrs. Carlberp bus for some time been under medical treatment, and last week it was found net'essnry lo send her to Calgar>* lo undergo un operation. Tho operiuion was performed on Friday and proved unsuccessful. Mrs. Carlberg rame to Alberta about 12 years ago from .N'oith Dakota, and for sevoml years lived on tlio farm notv oeciipieil by Mr. 1'. Ann-able. Having disposed of (he farm, she moved Into town, and with lier husband. Rev. Carl Carlberg, has lived here ever since. TABER (From the Tiniefi) Typhoid fever claimed another victim this v;euk. when Kldred Leroy Anderson, non of .Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Anderson, of Barnwell, died on .Monday morning at the age ot 19 years. The young man had been ill for about two weeks. He was well and ))Opular-ly known throughout the district, and his death came as a shock to a large circle of friends. Besides his father and mother, the deceased is survived by tour brothers and two sisters. The funeral will take jdaoo on Friday afternoon from Barnwell schooihouso to Taber cemetery. Bishop Peterson will conduct the funeral service. Tho Taber miners local union intend to celebrate .May Day this year in good shape. Tho many friends of Chief Faulds will be glad to learn that ho Is progressing favorably. A Joint board of operators and miners met in Taber to deal with the dispute over timbering at the Cajiada West mine. Tlie commlHaioners for tlie operators were: Commissioner McNeil, J. R. Howard and Mine -Manager Johnson. For the miners: Vice-President Thos. Brlgg, Dave Rees, international member, and Ekl. Brown, local secretary. After considering the question for some time the board failed to ogree, and the question will now have to go before Judge JlcKelll for decision. Mr. Brown objected to Judge McNeill acting as chairman, claiming that the chairman should bo a practical miner. The young ladles' iimusement committee of the L. D. S. church, assisted by the orchestra, tendered a farewell dance to all the local boj's who have recently enlisted, VULCAN (From the Advocate) On Saturday morning last there was a slight fall ot anew in Vulcan and district. It was not heavy nor did it last long, and field work, with the exception ot stubble burning, could be resumed after noon. Further north, between Blackle and Calgary, the tall oi snow was much heavier. R. W. M. D. D. G, M. Bro. Hoyt ot Ivethbrldgo paid an official visit to the Vulcan Masonic lodge. Tliere was a good attendance ot members. The father ot Mrs. Claude Tenvllli-ger has passed away at Forest Grove, Oregon. As soon as tho news of his illness was received, Mrs. TerwUU-ger left Vulcan tor Forest Grove. The Rev, D. K. Allan has received a call ft-om the Coleman Institutional church, to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of the Rev. D. B. Cameron. Mr. Allan has also received a call from the congregation at Hauna. BOO SOLDIERS RUN .. .... IN WINNIPEG ROAD RACE A SENSATIONAL STUNT At the Spokane auto show In May headon collision between two terrlt- Icallydrlven autos has been arranged ; j;;'^,:^,'^'^ ^ura'doz^en complot'- WlnnlpoB, April 22.-Five hundred members of tho 90th Battalion took part In a flvo mile road race this for. ler. Movies will be taken ot this thrll- OLO COON! GOOD FRIDAY RESULTS RULE ON TOUCHING PLAYERS Now York, April 22,-Base runners In National league eamaa will not bo declared out for Interterenca by the eoacher "unless the coachor by touching or holding the runner, has physically assisted htm in roturntng to or leuylnB third base," aocovdlne to Instructions lasuod to� umpires tonight by President John K. Tenor, ot the league, Tho luBtructlons luterpret SqcUou 17 ot Rule 5�.. London, April 22-Following are the results of Old Country football games played Good Friday on tho grounds of the first named club, London Combination Chelsea 9, The Arsenal 0. Tottenham Hotspur 3, Crystal Palace 1. Mlllwall Athletic 6, Queen's Park Rangers 2., Watford 2, Luton Town 1, Clapton Orient 3, Wostham United 1 Brentford 2, Fuiham 1. Reading 4, Croydon Common 2. Midland Section Bradford City, 6, Barnsley 2, Derby County li, Bradford 1. Notts County 1, Leeds City 1, Lincoln City 6, Sheftleld Wednesday 2. Rochdale 1, Huddersfield Town I, Lancashire Section n Liverpool 5, Everton 2. Manchester United 3, Stockport County 2, Oldham Athletic 4, Manchester Olty 3. ' Blackpool !t, Southport Central 1. >3urnley 4, Preston North End 0, But;y 4, Bolton Wanderers'^, Northern Union Wigan 29, St. Helens 16, Swinton 2, Saltord 5, ^Rochdale Hornets (!, Brou^htoii" Ran* gors C. St. Holon'8 Rooreutlou 8, LelgU 0. Hull 14, Hull Kingston Rovors S. York 0. Bradford 0, . od the grind. Following were the first ton past the post: 1. Lance-Corporal J. A. McGlll, No. 3 Company, Holland, Man. 2. Pte. P. Close, No. 4. Company. 3. Corporal J. C. Hack, No. 4. Company, 5. Pte. W. H, Smart, No. 2 Company, C. Lanco-Corporal L. A. Slater No. 1 Company. 7 Pte. L. J. Blowers N. 3 Company. S. Pte. A. G. Stevenson No. 2 Company, 10, Lance-Corporal Tliom No. 5 Company. Major Dennis was the first olficer to finish. MAY SEND QUARTER MILLION OF RUSSIANS Marsolllea, April 21.-The coming of Russian troops to tho western front has been talked ot by military people for two or three months. Tho reason PAINS IN SIDE AND BACK How Mrs. Kelly Suffered and How She was Cured. Burlington, Wis.-"I was very irregular, and had pains in my side and back, but after taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Tablets and using two bottles of the Sanative Wash I am fully convinced that I urn entirely cured of these troubles, and feel better all over. I know your remedies have done me worlds of good and I hope every suffering woman will give them a trial."-Mrs. Anna Kelly, 710 Chestnut Street, Burlington, Wis. Tho many convincing testimonials con- as now explained, Is that It Is easier i gtantly published in tho newspapers tor Russia to nnu and supply fIghlinK nmtorlRl to Jtusslan troops on the westorn front than on the oastorn. Russia still has many hundred tlioti-sand mora men under training than she can use on her fighting lines because tho Russian problem continues to be "�t how many men, but munitions. Tho allies can obviously provide complete equipment for llusalans more eaally In Franco than by shipping to Russia, Possibly a quarter ot a mllllun men will be sent into Franco thlB Dprlng. At the Quolp assIaoB court Th�rs-dny Clilef Justice Sir William Mulock In the caao of Gibson vs. Luther lown-Bl)lp aw-;irded plaintiff ?C00 idamagew with coats. Gibson was driving on t\ township road wh�n his horae ran nBttlnst tho aide of a culvert, throw-ivf btm to the dltcU. ought to be proof enough to women wlio suffer froni those distressing ills peculiar to their sex that Lydia E.Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is the medicine they need. This good old root and herb remedy lias proved unequalled for these dreadful ills; it contains what is needed to restore woman's health and strength. If tbero l8 any peculiarity in your case requiring special advice, write tljo Xiydla E. Pinlt-liaiu Medloinw Co. (confldcntlal), Lyaoi MasSi, for i'ree advice. Goodyear has established a price standard beyond which you should not go for bicycle tire quality. Blue .Streak White ' Diamond TN CANADA BICYCLE TIRES Blacks Diamond 2 An �ristocratic tire of white rubber-the All-Wciither Tread, as strong xs it it handsome-the bicycle tire de luxe. A rugged tire of tough, durable, dark grey rubber, finished with the ever-popular All-We�ther Tretd. OR IN GIVEN [[HOPE A FERNIE Wait on Member of B. C. Government-Battalion Parades on Easter Day Fernte, April 23.-(Slieoial l;o the Herald)-The KKster holidays are being observed here with more than us,ual Interest, although there is not so much display, there > much more than the ordinary Interest taken In what these days really mean to all Christianity. Yesterday the town ivas decorated with bunting and flags; sorao places of business malting most creditable displays ot flags, flowers and bunting. Tho 225tli battalion was out In full strength, making two parades during tho day. Eight recruits from Michel came down on the morning tralu and were fitted out with uniforms and equipments. A company has passed the hundred mark on its roll ot membership, there being now 110 men Qu-roUed. There are now eleven offlcers ot this company at the training school at V/ork Point camp, Victoria, and six more arc to leave during the week to take a preparatory course at the same camp. Col. Mackay Is absent on duty and during his stay Capt. H. B. Barnes Is In command ot the 225th battalion and Capt. Mallandaiue has command ot tho 107 th regiment. Orders are being Issued declaring all hotels In Kootenay and boundary districts out of bounds excepting between tho hours of Ave and eight p.m. each day. Hon. W. H. Ross, minister of lands at Victoria, arrived in town Saturday morning over the Great Northern railway and left t)y auto for Rexford, where he caught the night train on his return to the coast. While here on government business, a delegation of tho hotel men mot him at the court house and held a private consullHtion wltlt him regarding prohibition and compensation. All tho local hotel nieii sxcepting J. L. Gates of the King Rdward and Philip Carosella ot the Roioa were present, as also Jsmos .AIcCool of the Crow's Nest hotel, Crow's Neat. Little Hope It was stated to the Herald repre- sentative that Hon. Mr. Ross held oii little hope of compensation other tho what might be derived from the pr lits of tlie liquor trade if the provid clal government were to nndertaki the handling of tlie business afte tho bars were closed. He assured till delegation that some kind ot legists lion would bo brought before the legll latlve assembly within a few dayi and until the bill was laid before thi legislature he could not go Into dif toils. Inquiry of the chaiiinan of the pr hlbltlon committee elicited the Infoij matlon that he knew ot no attemi; upon the part ot the hon. gentlemB| to get in touch with the body which he was chairman. Hon. Mi Ross left at Ave o'clock In the go^ ernment auto driven by Road Supei intendent Dan McNish, and accoii panied by Mr. McCool, made tho trl| to Rexford In record time in order catch his train for Seattle. General Manager W. R. Wilson the Crow's Nest Pass Coal Co., JAAl returned Saturday from Toront(| where ho had been In attendance; the annual meeting of his company. Harold White, son ot Mr. and Mr| Prank White, and a classmate of Qo| don .lohnson, now a lieutenant In th London Horse Artillery, Is leavln| for Lethbrldge this week where will enlist In the oast Battery'. Younl Mr. �White Is another ot Fernle's besT young men, of fine physique, and We| e(iulpped for service In his chose branch ot the army. He has a olv| engineer's educatloa and has been active service with the Crow's Ne!| Pass Coal Co. for several years. Cordon Johnson has shown h| worth In the artillery service, havli won his commission after being al signed to duty In the London Hori3| and now has been promoted to " lieutenant for meritorious service.;] was slightly gassed a few weeks a while on the firing line, and has b^ on leave In I.,ondon for a fortnlghe| Easter services were held In all ' churches here, excepting Knox chur which united at both morning evening services with Uie MethodjI chtirch, where the Oddfellows arf Rebekahs marcbed In a body for. vino service upon the anniversary that organization. ' Company A, 225th battalion, wi| out for church parade in the momln and afternoon, headed by the FernI brass band, they again parada through the main streetsi ot tho tow| BRITISH STEAMER SABIA SVNi London April 21-The British Bteai| er Sabia has been sunk, according tho Central News. The captain ati 24 men ot the crew were landed. Til Sabia was of 2,807 tons. The German government has fixe the allowance of sugar at two pounc per month fo^ each persons. Halifax and at. John havo adopted Uio daylight saving plan. Au oxtonded lllnees terminated in the death of James Wntorhouso, who had resided In Ingersol) for fifty years. AUCTION SALE At tile Lethbrldge Sale and Feed Barns, ON SATURDAY, APRIL 29th AT ONE O'CUOCK SHARP HORSES-1 black mare, i years old, weight 1705 lbs., in foal; 1 blaok mare, 4 years old, weight 1800 lbs., In foal; 1 bay mare, 5 years old, welglit 1508 lbs.. In foal; 1 hay mare, S years old, w:elght 1655 lbs.. In toal; 1 black mare, 5 years old, weight 1450 lbs., in foal; 1 bay gelding, 5 years old, weight 1450 lbs.; 3 choice saddle horses, well broke, 5 years old, weight 1200 lbs.; 1 gelding, vising 2 years oW, weight 1400 lbs.; 1 mare oolt, 1 year old; 1 horso colt, 1 year old; 6 goldlngs, from C to 10 years old, weights Crom 1200 to 1600 lbs.; S mares and geldings, from 3 to 7 years old, weights-from 800 to 1200 lbs. CATTLE-12 Choice dairy cows, all (resh with calves at foot; 55 head of range cattle, mixed cattle, cows and calves; 2 year old . atoors mwl 1 yeoi' old Steers and heifers, : IMPLEIVIENTS-9 Lumber wagons; 2 democrat wagons; 2 sin--gle buggies; 4, seta of double buggy team liarnesssi 4 sets of;, single buggy team .harness; 2 sets ot double light liarnoBS. Evarything must b� sold, �� the proprietor l� glvins up ftirmlnB- '" TERMS!-CASH. J. A. SMITH, AUCTIONEeR ;