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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 26, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta WEIXNESbAY, APRIL 26, 1!)1fi THE LETIinniDGE DAILY IIKHALD PAGE THREE -IP-' baseball NATIONAL VhllailGlphiii Boston..... I'lilf'UKo .... SI. liUlliH .. . Cinclnnali .. I'lUaburg .. Brooklyn ... New York .. � J 4 ;! f) \ i; u li C 1 � 1 Pel. .sriii .'(50 .r.45 .500 .�100 .400 .143 St. Louis............ :! I 1 (."Incinnutl............ U J5 1 Hall, Salloe, Orlncr, T)onk und Snyder; Moseley and Wingo. Now York............ I 4 1 noston .............. .'1 7 Perritt, ScUauer and Hariden, Dou-Jii; Riidolidi and Gowdy. Pittsburg at Chicago: ralii. Brooklyn at Phllaaolphin; lain. AMERICAN AVon fx)st Pet. JiOHton........... 8 4 .6C7 IS'ew Y'ork......... 6 4 .556 Detroit ............ Ij ii .045 St. l^uls ........... r, 5 .500 Cleveland......... 5 r, .500 Chicago........... � 7 .462 AVaahlngton........ 5 li .454 Philadelphia....... t 7 .222 Boston .............. 4 !) 4 New York . . -.......... :i 8 0 Jluth and Thomas; Caldwell and Nunamaker. l.'hicago.............. 2 r, ]. Cleveland............ � 11 0 Cicotte, Russell, Beuz, Williams and Lynn; Coumbe and O'Neill. Detroit at ,St. Louis; rain. Philadelphia at Washington; rain. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION At Toledo (10 innings)- Kansas City......... -i. 8 0 Toledo............... 1 T \ Coclieran and Berry; Bedient, CoUa-luore, Bailey and Brosnahan. At Louisville- Ht. Paul............. 1 7 2 Louisville............ 4 8 2 Upliam, Douglass and Laud; Middle-ton and Lalouge. At Indianapolis- MinneapollH ........... 0 5 1 }ndianapolls .......... 1 7 2 Hooper. WilUamH and Owens. Tyi'Ie; Andrich and Gossett. At Columbus- Milwaukee............ 2 i; 0 C!olumbus............ 1 'A 'i Walker, Atchison, Ditto and Mayer; Davles and Pratt. Kilties Play Football at Barracks This Evening That football match between the commlasloncd officers and sergeants of the 113th, billed for this evening, will take place at the Exhibition grounds and not at the Athletic park as heretofore announced. The ball will be kicked off at 6.15. Everybody Is welcome to attend. AdmlsBion free. It will be SOME game. Don't miss It! Aquatic Club Will Line up for Work on Arbor Day All members of the Lethbridgo Aquatic Club are urged to present Ihemselves at the club house Friday morning at 8.110 to take part In the Aquatic Club program of work in connection with the day's clean up and improvement schedule. Dig up your rakes, shovels, hoes and any other garden tools you possess and prepare to get in line for a jolly day's work. Fuller account of the working plan and so forth will appear in tomorrow's issue. PACIFIC COAST .\t San Prancisco-^ Salt Lake........... 4 7 0 San Francisco.......... 9 11 1 Hughes, Fittery, Hall and Hannah; I'erritl, Couch and Sopulveda. At Portland- Vernon .............. ft 10 1 Portland ............ I (i ;( Decanniero and Mitie; Higginboth-am, Ilarstad, Lush and Roche. At Los Angeles- Oakland....... ...... S 10 1 Los Angeles .......... S 4 0 Pruoll, Beer and Klliott; Zabel, Schorr and Boles. i St. A ugustin's Courts Will be Ready for Play This Week The annual meeting of St. Augus-tin'8 Tenuis Club was held last evening when the t'ollowing oftlcerB were elected. Hon. President-Judge Jackson. President-A. C. Raworth. Vice-President-Mr. Rennisou. Sec-Treas.-Mrs. N. W. AUln. Committee-Misses Ashton, Dixon, L. Bawden, Messrs. Brymner and Robinson. The courts will be ready for use this week and those wishing to become members are asked to send their fee of $2.00 to the treasurer at 1270 b'th Avenue South at once. (TECUM8EH LACROSSE PLAYER KILLED AT THE FRONT Toronto. April 25.- In yesterday's casualty list appears the name of Arthur Long, the Tecumseh lacrosse j)layer, who was a member of the Indians the last year they were in the .Uig Four. Last season ho started In the Ottawa City league, but onliated In Juno and a couple of weeks later ho volunteered for overseas service when a draft of two hundred mou was I'nquired from Niagara camp. He played with the Tecumsehs at Niagara two days before he sailed, when the two local teams staged a game at the sum-V mer camp for the entortainmont of tiio soldiers. Long is a western boy and played with the Katon club In the C. L. A. betqr? he joined the Tecumsehs. He was a defence man and gave every promise of developing into uuQ of the best in the game. Long played with the champion Young Toronto team.of IML and participated in the two games against Vancouver A. C, when the latter de-foaled the Young Torontos and took the Mann cup west. 2 for 25c. Aik ;our iteilcr Longfellow Starched and light �weight A NOVELTY IN TOOKE COLLARS Admitted the best quality and best fitting- in Canada TOOKE: BROS,, LIMITED MONTREAL A WONDERFUL UNDERTAKING FOUR NEW MAN~>GERS TO TRY THEIR LUCK ON BARROW CIRCUIT Winnipeg, April 28.-In discussing tli(3 plan of Lord Shauglinossy, recently announced, of eHtabllnhing a dupnrt-menl of research in connection with Canadian I'aclflc Hallway affairs, the Manitoba Free I'rcs.s this morning says editorially: "In writing of the foro-slghl, the breadth of mental grasp and the imagination wliich are essential to real cffcction in both statesmanship and 111 captaincy of Induitrial develop-mcnl. II. (1. W'oils points out that these tv.o forms of ('onHtruclivc Ifiudership have a great deal in i'oninion. That Lord Sliaughncsi.iy, of the C. P. U.. rurnlsboti a casts In point, is brought frPHlily ill ("vldonci! by tlie aiinouncc-nicnl thiii he luis mado iirrangements for llic earning of by a specially char-Icrod organization of analythal, geo-logi('al. chemical gcoloKisi!;. metcr-ologistH. niRtallurgiKts. engineers and managers of research work in regard to the natural rnsoiirces und induslrlul |)OSHihliitlcH in tlie territory served by the railway syst(!ni. ".Notwithstiindin;; the advances nuidc. In llie past qu.-irtcr of a century, only a small fraction of the natmal resources of (111! Dominion has as yd been turned Into priicticnl account. Our country has gold, silver. ])lutlnuni, lead zinc, antimony, oil .shale, asjiestos, mica, nickel, colialt, manganese, mag-nesite, graphite, talc felspar and other minerals, besides Iron and coal, which have not been investigated witli anything like scientllic thoroughness and the mineral resources are only one department of Canada's great natural on-dowmenl. As an illustration of the slowness of the developtnent of such resources In many cases, It may he mentioned that'at the time when the managumont of that railway system decided to use Canadian hardwoods for decoration and interior work on coaches- and in iiotels and in other buildings, it was found that the sourc� of supply was very limited. Although tho liardwood resources of our country are immense, there had been very little development of those resources, and foreign hardwoods were being largely imported. "Tlie parent company of the Canadian organization which Lord Shaugli-nessy announces the establishment of, with headquarters at Montreal, is Arthur D. Little. Inc., of Boston, known the world over for work in chemical, metallurgical and other research work which its experts have done. While the purpose is principally to make the most of the natural resources and industrial possibilities in tlio country served by the C. P. R., everything possible in addition will be done, it is announced, to aid lit the work of securing for Canada the place where vast and varied wealth of natural resources, provided intelligence and energy be used in making the most of the possibilities they present, should command in the world's Industrial market." The International Baseball League makes Its debut today, Montreal playing at Baltimore, Buffalo at Richmond, Toronto at Newark and Rochester at Providence tomorrow. The various managers in the International league circuit, new and old, playing and bench variety, are as follows: Toronto, Joo Birmingham, player, new. Rochester, Tommy Leach, player, new. Providence, Dave Shean, player, old, Richmond "Billy" Smith, bench, new Newark, Fred Tenney, bench, new. Buffalo, "Patsy" Donovan, bench, old Baltimore. Jack Dunn, bench, old. CARPETBALL NOTICE Loyal Order of Moose accept the challenge for the Barrowmau Shield from the Sons of England to be played on Friday evening next at S o'clock. The best two out, of three games to decide. GOLDIE PRODGERS A MUNITIONS INSPECTOR Loudon, Ont., April 25~Ooldie Prod-gers, the aonsation of the (vanadien hockey club, professional champions of the world, did not return homo here alter the series with Portland, the Pii-ciilc Coast league champlgria, at Cleveland, but wont straight to Parry Sound, where ho was sent as an ammunition inspector. LONGBOAT BEATEN IN RACE Toronto, April 26.-At a sporting meet organized by tlio Second Division Amateur Athletic association at River-dale Park, Saturday attoruoon, the marathon race was the feature. Corp. Jim Corkery, ISOth (Sportsmen's) battalion, beat Corp. Tom Longboat, also of the 180th, in the last few laps by a good margin. The entrants Included several well-known runners, among thoni being George Wood and Percy Seller. CRAWFORD ON SICK LIST Detroit, April 2B,-President Naviu of the Detroit baseball club announced tonight before the team left for St. Louis, that Sam Crawl!ord, who has been on the sick list, would not accompany the Tigers. Ty Cobb, who also has been out of the game for suveral days because of a aovere cold, will go with the team and probably play in the St. Louis series, Mr. Navin said. NECKLACE OF 2500 B. C. Philadelphia, April 2a.-Valuable archaeological specimens ranging from the second dynasty to the Byzantine empire (5500 B.C. to 500 A. D.) have been unearthed at Denderah, according to reports received by the University of Pennsylvania today from Dr. Clarence S. Fisher, director of the university's Egyptian oxpedlHon. Perhaps one of the most remarkable specimens Dr. Fisher .states, is a necklace with several cornelian beads inscribed with tho carlourche of Sosos-tris. These are said to be tho first inscribed beads ever found in Egypt and are looked upon as one of the most important discoveries In recent years. The necklace la believed to have been worn by a daughter of Ses-ostris, a 'great king who was identitled with a Pharoah of the twelfth dynasty about 2500 B.C. Other discoveries reported by Dr. Fisher, half of which are claimed by the Egyptian government, include a lapis lazuli frog with golden eyes, numerous bronze pieces. 500 jiieces of j)ottery and some stoUe from the tombs of many men in many ages. Tiiese Btelle were found in the Interior of tho tombs and contained carved illustrations from tho life of the dead with hieroglyphic inscriptions telling of their deeds. Among the bronzes were many mil rors found in the tombs of women who archaeologists say, wore supposed to need this toilet accessory, oven in death. CANADIAN COACH PUTS OVER WINNER IN STATES Philadelphia. ApHl 24.-Tlie University of Pennsylvania's 'Var.slty eight oared aliell crew defeated Yalo over tho mile and a half course on the Schuylkill Kiver liera today by close to a lengtii of open water. Yale's j,unior crew beat Pennsylvania's junior crow. Yesterday's races wore Pennsylvania's first under the oonchiiig of Joe Wrjght, the Canadian oarsraan, and the victory of the 'Varsity eight gave great satlstactloa to the followers of the Quaker crewa. Yale's time was 7.28 2-5 in the junior and Pehnsylvanla's time was 7,31 1-5 In tho 'senior event over the mile and u luilf courso, ~1 CLOVES^OVERAtfeS J^nown.frmtv'CoaUioCdcbii R.G.LONG aCO.UMiTio WINNIPBO _ TORONTO CAPSULES "CATARRH" of tho BLADDER relieved in 24HOURS Bul^t^5,|?S;(MlDY] JltJim re of mu-n terieiia As your daily companion WRIGLEY'S will quench your thirst, keep your mouth and throat moist and refreshed, quicken your appetite and aid digestion. It lasts long, costs little and means much to your comfort and happiness. Choose your flavor. I Write for free copy of "Wrigley'a Mother Goose" book. Wm. Wrigley Jr. Co., Ltd., Wrigley Bldg., Toronto MADE IN CANADA mmm in District News More Promised-New U. F. A. Local Organized^-Cardston Firm Sells Business Cardston, April 25.-Following a recruiting meeting at Tayiorville, two Kegina, April 25.-Four of the eight : members of the legislature charged i with accepting bribes were exonerated ' by tho )-oyal commission yesterday afternoon, tho commissioners agreeing that no evidence had been produced I against them. Tliey are A. F. Totzko,; A'onda; Hon. J. A. Sheppard, Moose Jaw county; J. Nolin, Athabasca, and ONE-FOUR NEWS One-Four, April 21.-A. J. Bjoruebo is carrying the mail while J. H. Neil-son puts in his crop. Olaf Peterson of Comrey was a One-Four visitor last week. Samuel Cross is preparing Ale.t Jjindsay's place for crop. Thresiiing has been (inislied in this district with satisfactory results, although the delay over whiter caused . con udo' .i' Ic' lt:ss rroi;i wind.'!, dopvcda- i tions of birds, mice, gophers, rabbits and cattle. more recruits were added to tho 13th u,.. c. Lochead, Gull Lake. The names i Mounted Rifles today in tho persons ! of the tour were mentioned before the | of A. R. Coo and Hoy Itomero, who are i Sulhorland committee of the legisla-' prominent farmers of the di.strlct. | ture as men to whom Peterson said I'lve other young men from tlio same ' i,e had paid money In December, 1913. village have expre.ssod their intention j i,ut their names were not mentioned , of enlisting. A union of the Alberta Farmers' association has been organized at Tayiorville, with H. A. Nelson as president, and Fred Nielson as secretary-treasurer. The association number is 217. Tliero is no nuiro striking illustration of Cardston's progress and importance as a trading centre than tho i before the royal commission. When the examination of Clayton Peterson was finished, H. Y. Macdon-1 aid, K.C., counsel for the members, { called attention to this. "There is | nothing against- any of them." liie ' commissioners stated. NO FREE SUGAR , Washington, D. C. April 23.-Lato splendid growth of its business firms, yostordav the seiiato approved the Today witnessed the sale of tho I ),ouse bill repealing tho Iroo sugar sec ' variety" business of Burton & Ibey. | Uon of the tariff law, under which . established 12 years ago witli sniVU \ Hugar would have gone on thn free list ! capital and sold lor $18,000. Tiic tran- i Mav 1st. Bv a voto of 51) to 1(1 tho j saction was caused through tho withdrawal of the senior partner. Wm. Burton, from the business. Mr. Bur- senate receded from an amentimont wliicli it had passed extending tlio existing duty of one cent a pound tor ton iiails from tho oast, and has been | four years, and which tiio iiouso rein tlio west for a number of years. lie ' fused to agree to in conforonce. came to Cardston IG years ago, and \ -----=^.=-.^=;rr:=--^==j tho rapid growth of the husiiioss is a true index to his oxocutivo ability. As a huKines.s man of the town ho has roudHirfjd valuable sorvicos in furthor-lug tho iijtorosl.i of Cardston, and as a citizen, Mr. Burton is held in tho highest eatoom by his follow citizens. Tho now firm will bO' known as J. Ibey & Co. Altiiough tho names can not bo ascertained, it is understood that Lethbridgo capital is interested. To lielp diifvay tho o.\punsea in con-! Do you wear' eiaiises? Ain you a i,o'..Hr.,i ...Iti, (),,> niiiolnni fooHvni In vIctim o� cyc-stralu Of Other oyo-wettK-10(11011 with tho musical teslnal to , j.^^, ^.,i gind to know bo held at Lethbridgo m May, arrange- ti,ut there Is real Impo for .voii. Jl.iiiy meilta have boon made bv the Alberta wlioso eyus wore fnllliMj-, auy they havo StaL Tabernacle choir, for the ^V-^Liy^e''of^'m.''^^S^vt^'''^ pVo" poaranco in Cardston on May 3rd, of scvlptlon. One man says, after trylnu tho Koyal Welsh Male Singers, consist-i = was almost ijlind; could .not soo Throw Away Your Eye-Glasses! A Free Prescription You Con Have Pilled and Uie at Home-. ST. KILDA NEWS St. Kilda, April 2'1-The Kiltie dance given in tho West Butte scliool house April 20, proved a success in every way. Suppar was furnished by tiie ladies of the district and music was furnished by the Howie orchestra. At midnight there wore songs by James Kennedy and at tho close of the dance there v.'as a short lecture delivorod by Wm. Uontoii Beattio. All reported a good time. J. H. Andrews is on tho sick list and expects to undorgo an operation. BIr. and Mrs. Hicliard Roscoe have returned from California where they have .spoilt the winter. , A large group of oil exports are expected at tho Sweet Grass Hills to have a view of tho oil and gas wells there. D. P. Pago has roturnod to liis homo-stead for the aummor where ho intends putting in n large crop. N. S. Dickinson has purcliasod a Ford car from tlio Uoer Creek Cattle company. Chas. Korr Was a visitor of H. Hos-coo Sunday. A. 15. Roscoo made a hying trip to Gold Butlc, Mont., Sunday in his Ford car. It must be remembered that the , bowels should move freely once a day to ensure perfect health. When such' is not the case the poisonous waste material is absorbed into the system, thus producing a self blood poisoning. The causes of Constipation are many and varied. Among the more common may be mentioned poor stomach digestion, a deficiency of bile in the intestines, a lack of secretion in the bowcis, and a want of the natural muscular contraction of the intestines . from above downward. Abbey's Effervescent Salt, sold everywhere at 2,5c and COc, stimulates and restores the stomach digestion, increases the flow of bile into the intestine, causes a flow from the intestinal glands, and restores the natural downward action of tlie intestines, rendering it easy to secure a free action of the bowels, which is one uf the most important rcciuisites to health. 1 Sold by J. 0. HIglnbotham i Co., LlmlteS WOMEN .SHOULD GET THIS HABIT A>S WELL AS MEN Don't Eat Bite of Breakfast Until You Dril^k Glass of Hot Water ing of fourteen soloists. FIGHT FOR LINCOLN lu road at nil. Now I can read overy-lldng wltlioiit any Klnsscs ana my oyea do not wator ony moio. At iilnlit they would pain dreadfully; now tliuy feel ,. , . . .,,,,.,, I tlno all tiiu time. It was Ulco a miniolo Washington. April 24.-The supreme to mc." A lady who used it aaye: court, utter listening to oral iirgu-1'"fho atmosphdi-o seemed lm>iy wUn or ments today, took under con.MerJ f.^.^^Xnon'"''^^^^^ tlon tho quostion of whotiior Ignatius � uecMna clear. I can even rend ihio print Linbola shun bo returned to K"Blund i X^^^"^ no"^ from New >ork to answer (o a charge, discard tlioin In a reasonable tlino of forgery. Attorneys tor Lincoln are � and muUlluaes more will ha able to lighting extra'ditlon on the ground , rf.^^'a'und 'o^r 'cvii? ^^llnl 1,.,, If i, o,,n,i., t� .....11... I 1..-......plassBS. Kye tioubles of many desciip- ttuns may bo womlorfully henelUed by I'ollowim? llio simple rules. More la tlio prescription: Go 1o any acllvo druit store and get a botllu of Uoii-Opto tablets. Drop one Bon-Opto tablet In '/t glass of water and allow to dissolve. With this Unuld, bathe the oyea two to four thnes dally. You sliould notice your cy.>s clear up perooptlbly rlelH I'rom tlio sunt and Inllannnatlon will quickly disappear, Tf your dyes aro botlierlnt; you, that It is sought to extradite Lincoln for a pollticol offence. They also argue that oven if ho wore to be tried for forgery, his announcement some time ago that ho would rovoal certain oxperionces as a Gorman spy would result in. Ills being, given. iinJuHt punishment. A mm v/ho slept tea days on a stretch was givea five days In jail at Now.Brunswick, N. J., and tho other prisoners Imve urrnngod to keep him uwake the entire time. even a llttlo, take atops to save tliem now before At Is too lata. Many liopoleasly blind mlsrlit havo been saved tC they had cared for their eyes In time. Tho Valmaa Drug Co., o� Toronto, will (111 the above prescription by mall, It your druselBt cannot, A'pronilrt.iit City Fhyaletanta whom tlio above �rtIclo Butiinittcd, Batd: "Uoij.Oiilo la ft very reini "U con�i(luont liinr.ii.dlonto mb well kii Mtirrlod on Friday, 13th, and deserl ed on the second day of his h'oney-'''""."'.i'y""^"'';"^^^^^ ou uii HID ouLuiiu iiitj ui uio iiouDy . ,,|,jnteya,nBolali.li and widely pr��crtlied, hy thani. moon, a Missouri man has sued for ItcanMoMBSnBdfromoviyBQoirdniggliitBndiBoiioot .lli-m./.., I tho v�ry fow,prop�rnrion�, 1 feel bRouIjI he kept on NEWS FROM TWO-FIFTEEN Two-Fltteon, April 2.=),-Mrs. Duncan, mother of I\lrs. J. L. McKnight, after a lingering illness passed away nt the lionio of hor daughter Sunday night nt tho ago of 74 years. 'fho deceased was a lady of strong character and high personal integrity, and was loved auiT respected by all who knew her. l<^iieral services wore held at tho home at 9 o'clock Wednesday morning, after which the remains were sent iiack to lier former home in Ontario for burial. She was ever a kind mother, a good counsellor and a true friend, and leaves a host of friends to regret her loss who extend their heartfelt sympathy to the family in their bereavement. ; BlisK Finley^ of Lethbridgo was visiting Mrs. Kinder Saturday and Sunday. Ah near as can bo estimated the wheat crop is about two-thirds in at ' tho present tinie. As there was no great amount of summer fallow the ; crop can not bo expected to be as heavy as last year, even with a favorable season. Miss Edna Cofiln and Miss Nlta Eber spent tho Easter holidays at Stirling. Mr. Davidson of California is spending u fow days with McKnight Brothers, Rev. 13, G. Black of Warner preached an acceptable Easter sermon at the Two-Flftoon school houoe Sunday. A special Kaater program ot songs and recitations had been prepared Which was duly rendered. Happy, bright, alert-vigorous and vivaclou.s-a good clear skin; a natural, rosy complexion and freedom from illness aro assured onl'y by clean, healthy blood. If only every woman and likewise-every man could realize tho wonders of the morning inside bath, what a gratifying change would take place. Instead of tho thousands of sickly, anaemic-looking men, women and girls with pasty or muddy complexions: instott'd of" the multitudes of "nerve wrecks," rundowns," "brain I'aga" and pessimists we shoitld see a virile, op- ' ^ tlmistic throng ot rosy-cheeked people everywhere. All Inside bath is had by drinking, each morning before breakfast, - a glass of real hot water with a tea-spoonful of limestone phopsphate In it to wash from the stomach, livor,* Icld-neys and ten yards ot bowels the previous day's Indigestible waste, sour fermentations and poisons thus cloausing, sweetening and freshening the entire alimeutai-y canal before putting more food into the stomach. Those subject to sick headache, biliousness, nasty breath, rheumatism, colds; and particularly those who have a pallid, sallow complexion and who are constipated very often, are urged to obtain a quarter pound of limestone phosphate at the drug store which will cost but a trifle but Is sufficient to demonstrate the quick i and remarkable change in both ihpaltli and appearance awalt/Ijtg those who practlco internal sanitation. We must remember that Inside cleanliness is more � important � '' than outside, because the skin, does hot absorb lmpiiiritl68 to ooutamlnata the blood, while the pores lu-theithir* ty feet ot bowfels ^o, J. D., Higlnbothv am � Co,, Druggists.-Advertisement, / M ;