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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta Tt'ESnAY, ATT.UST 15, tOlfi. TMK LI-TIIBRIDOr; DAILY HKFULD PAGE THHEB MORAN'S GREAT HURLING DUO KEEP PHILLIES NEAR TOP -WIN the Brnves Uroolclyu, N. V.. AUK. fltiilipinl UK; onrllHlllllK Hostnn llntves imlay. the scorn helm; fi to 2. Cheney Issued seven bases on balls, hut was hi (lie pincheii. lillowlnj; only Ihree hits. Tliroe costly errors DISTRICT NEWS thy SupurhuK fou Inning. lloilou llrooklyn 'I'ylor anil liliu-klj Miller. I'llliihiirn-St. l.onls runs' in tnc second 2 'BLAIRMORE (From thu ICnltirjiri A mt'Sgage to I'. I'alloii on 3 Friday last conveyed the news (hat fi 0 [jjj. son had at Cheney mil trout, .lusl thai day we received a letter from t'le. Arllnir K. Knriniir. iuinotincing tiiat I'atlou ing to he WUE very sniteil. Saturday was the ImMr ilii Ulairniore' for inany moritlis. 4f money bavins bu'-n dirstrib- of liic Ililfli Klvor iilaioons and others of tliti I37lli, lirescnk'd Mr. Xaylor with pipes, enseS) cigars and An important sale wan negotiated rocoully when Mr. Crip Vine sold his ranch and slock on Crock to .McDaiilol Bros.. of l.'nlpnry. The deal Included sonic 1'rcdioM and lea'iiehnld hind and abujil Soil. head of culllc. Tile price we inTonm-d In tlie neighborhood of Hev. T. It. lat SI. llenedicl's iuis Athletics Drop Another Xow York. Aus. York dc- rectui- of his jcoiineciion" with i-llBh liivc-r nnd is viii Misses llhoda unil Ola and I now relievim; the Kei. C- U Home, at Helen liobbins. anil Masmrs Harry i Christ t'hureh, Billow I'urk, CalRury. "-i n i Hunter and .loseyh Homl have SIIC-CIM-j t'lltll such a ;tilue as ilir. vacancy at fully Passed ill the Benodlcl's is filled, occasional sir- liioUminatlon j vices will he held by visiting clcro" i' Tom Fr'entic.', wlilli- out fishiiis Illc men, notice of which will he published i other day near Momsscv. diseovend in the High lilvcr Times. 'ie fosaiil-.'.cd remains ot a preliistbrie I The Kreal number uf minor cars in i anlninl'iioniewliai similar to ihe all-1 lite" Hiver and dislricl lias many tailed I'liiiaili'Ipliia licrc today 4 to The body, ivhicli is of suliil ilimes been I lie subject of comment. The Yankees made four runs rock, is about eight t'efl long and wa bin's 111 I ho firs! i-miiiR before ju a body of relirctl a on Iliree iiits. two the recent and Unit there is variety of make as -.veil as nnmhei- is iirovoil by the fad Ihot on Monday evening there were covered recen Ihot on rnrs iiy Ijiijnic and a iloiillle steal, i 'The death occurred al Colcinan on I seven ears baited in front of the hi Miihoi-s then pln-liod invincible ball. j. Monday of William UraCton. a well- Ueorge lintel, all high sra.le machines. ws kncked in The Mass for PROMOTER ff are ihe equaf of most t5c. Cigars. "Some Tobacconists will try to sell you other brands. WHY? Simply because there is less profit to them on "Promoter" at 5 for 25c. ft S. DAVIS SONS, LIMITED. MONTREAL CiSar, let Ma Half a-Cailmy' Mnlioi-B Ilicil pllcliod inviMcible ball. .Monday of William UraCtun. a well- Ueorgc hotel, all IIIKM niacnmes. rilllop. uf XIMV York, was knocknil i known' figure in 'I'll'- I'asa for yen's. ami no two alike. in Ibe lillli inning when n sharp! Mr. .tlrafton's end mini., r.-uher mid-I MlBli Hiver HiBll School has again ilrivi! trom Haley's bal struck him on denly. folliiwiiiK a brief allaek of per-[ Bcorotl a nolable success in tbe t.rade .iii.Kit i "VI m illations.- wlell- every DUPII Ihe lel'l km hill war. fun ini'.inp. I'hilailelpbin New York pitching j Uonitis. H i rclirn in Ilie :JxLli' real's of brothers and slaters country, leaves was about tony-eight 1X1 examinations, when, every pupil and teveral successfully vasfcd Ihe .examinations r, children, at present residuis: in and Haley; Cullop. Fischer land. Kdward Thibadeaii -NU" I Mr. and Mrs. Paul Loaders Defeated i sun hibadeati. an aceidenl PINCHER CREEK' 11'runi the Pinrhcr frcck, Aus. crop of j dominions of this district continue very iavor.tble. Tile heavy rains oi" Leader' Defeated (mail-more, met with nil aceidenl favorable. Tile heavy rains 'Allssoula. Montana, last week, where- ]ast the first delay i AUK. ashmewn won brolicll ,CK, ius, j s, iron, t'." IwiKiie lea Ked box u. i tile knee. kers VBr i I today, when M, the seve, t, inning flnest BOW ISLAND I prom tile Advoeatel Mays two men. and Moran [doulilcd, scoring both. Boi-luii scorer! in the thin! on a a fielder's choice--, and a single by Hooper. 2 (i 1 Hotihyi............... "j great a'yioltl as last year IJnelilins and Henry; least ,2- bushel? to the acre Cor jiiid Tlirmia.s. Agmjw. j wjlcat.. Tiie on SHinincr fallov busy. Thn hay is of tbo finest iiual- I ily and very abundant. There lias not heen a siasle i-sjiort. of frost after the recent storm and many of the Bow island, Aus. Il.-Tlioush the woathcr l.hinb, that the dan- crop this year not i great a 'yield as last average a; it. will so ger of fr-ost is over. rhe following is a .iisi of (lie sue ssful candidates from Pliichor ('.reek Public School-at tile Grade VIII. or Rixey ami Alexander, the Bender. Connie Mack cmst-off iirc iiif; tlic Pliillies. Inut year's clminpfi withui disiup.ce of Uio top, in tiie bis Kittiona! rare. Iiits won more than any other pid-iii'.r tho old orgmiizuiion. Rivitifr I'll JIB per KHIHO. KiX' ____..... ;K La I in on every train. only 11 writiiig H a record of which i I'irsi t'hapuian dashed on again, inrormation lias IIPCII receivfiil that can justly feel jn'oud. mul ii inusl third when fumbled the ball i Alfrfid'Vasselin was wound nd in j he very gratifying to their teacher, and scored when Vitt lot Coub's j the mouth recently sin-vta? .MacDowell. throw get by him. Cohb got three i his regiment, 3st Batt. Rifle Brigade: Following are the successful stud- hits in four times at bat. at the front. in Grade. XI. Out of eight that is doing very well. too. while Bender lias won seven out of lii. though lie lui.-i yir.ldedui) runs per game. Tim fvo stars a double-header yestci1- day; 'liVjIlowiiiK ai'o tbn leading sluggers onil pftuhcrs in tho majors: National nohertson. New York. .3S5: Daubcrt, llrooklyn, T-'iornsby, St. Louis, AVasner, PHtsburs, Chaae. BASEBALL NATIONAL Brooklyn Roston Philadelphia New Vorlt Chicago St. Louis Cincinnati Leac J-Iughcs, Roston Brooklyn..... liixcy. Philudeliiliia Aloxander. Pbiladeipliia Jlamaux, Pittsburg BfiiMOn, New Yovk..... Choncy, Brooklyn Rudolph, Bosinn Pcrritt, NRW Vork Bender, phlla.Uolpliia 'American Earned L. Runs Alexander's 12th shut-out of the ,n game, )joth teams batted hard. Philadelphia scor- ed Tour of its five -runs in the second -i 940 e" lour oi us nve-rnns in .me second 15 r n'n- imifiig fn unusual manner. With ll r o nm two out .ami .third and occupied, Rixey swung at a B_ pitch for a third strike. Ban- in i-i'oft and KHIifer snored on tlsis play it tvvo mpre runs were .scored ,on J jPasliert's double, nnd Nichoff's single. Leaning 'batters: Speaker. First New Ynrk A, Philndelphiii S -II Ecnton and Kpchor; Alcsaiulor a Detroit Cleveland Duluic an Xcill. S ctmimon with nwny oilier parts tried seven passed. Results in Grades Mberta Bow Island was visited on ix and X are not completed; Millicent JlfKee; Bagbv and O'- Tuesday night- by au uniifliially heavy Cox. KiliUi K. Dempster, .Marion 1 rain The moist.ure, hu was not! Debbie. Eliza Cdlih MacDon- ______________ altoROther unwelcome, as it will help I aid, Kthel L. Ten-ill. to fill out In tiie death of II. Pnllaman. on TABER INTERNATIONAL Buffalo ;j. Xewark 0. Toronto ii, Providence 0. Montreal 1, Haltimore 11. Jlocliester 0, Richmond fi. Afontlay' last. Jlow island IOBC-R one oC its "oldest inliahftants. Mr. Prilla- NORTHWESTERN Vancouver 3, Great Falls 10. NORTHERN Dlllllth 2. Winnipeg 2. Superior 1, Fargo -1. No games ir Pacific. (Prpm the Times) Miss H. Noble, graduate nnrae, man was eipluy-iiiinl year, and daughter nf Mrs. Noble, of. in spite of his great, age, ho re-1 Springs, and .alBter-Jn-iaw of .John II imriablo for his activity and his Fletcher of Purple Springs, leu Taber cheerful and gnnial personality. Monday afternoon., wr CalBan His. death.-tollowhig a comparatively {Tuesday afternoon ,she left ralgaij qbort illness, is deeply regretted by [for Kingston, Ontario, where she will a large circle of friends. sml fhfin Wl11 Mr. PiUlaman was born in Ohio, .nnd has lived in various parrs of the Slates including Indiana, Kansas, Washington and Dakota, finally arriv- ing at Bow Island in the spring of came west. The dc-eeasfd is survived four daughters :uid three sons. The sons arc D. J. McMillan, of Taber, Duncan of Purple Springs, and Doug-! aid. of the Yukon. Tiie daughters are Jlrs. James Quiun of Novell, N.Y., .Mrs. C. S. Tllayer of Detroit, Mich., Mrs. 0. U. Homier and W. M. Spraker of Little Palls. N.y. Mrs. J. P. Price, of Clacken, Out. is a sister The funeral :helcl to Hillside Cemetery, Med- icine Hat oud Wed.. August 2. Rev. Mr. Morrow, of till! Presbyterian churcli conducting tiie service. Win. Lliella. who farms 10 miles south of Taber, brought, into the Times office on Saturday last sOme splendid gooseberries and red cur- j rants which bad been grown on his farm. 10ELECIIONSAI IT ____ 'eeks, and then will pro- ceed overseas, to do her .bit as a nurse in the great war. iliss Noble is well and popularly known In Taber, and was recognized as a.nurse, of except- ional ability. She nursed Chief Fauiils through his long siage of typhoid fev and "Cappie" gave her the credit 1908. where ho took up a homestead and pre-emption about five miles Ci, <.n.i 0..... -_ north of town. He lived here wirh the for his recovery. The, citizens m .remainder of his family until their Taberandthewholedist.net wish her I removal to town some two or three years'ago. He is survived by one son and'daughter. OF L 0. S. IS HIGH RIVER (From the -Times) A- pleasa.ni. surprise awaited Lieut Xaylor of Nigh River on Sunday last. .when he visited the- Sarcee Camp upon tho- urgent request of antl men of- the 137th "Battnlion. Upon his arrivaL-he was taken to a platform a safe and speedy return. Mrs. Sarah. McMillan, of Purple Springs, died on Monday, July :H, al the ripe age of years. The deceased had been ailing since early in ihe spring but was able to be around until Thursday, when she took a bad turn and was removed to the hospital at. Medicine-Hat on Sunday and died the. following day. Mrs. Mc- Millan was a native of Hamilton, Ont., and later went to.1 live at Alexandria, VULCAN (From Uie Advocate) The Presbytery of 'High River met in yuican on Tuesday afternoon, Aug- ust the first, for the purpose of in- I ducting the pastoral charge of the con- I gregaMou to Rev. A. R. Schrage, of Calgary. The Rev. Dr. l-'crgusori, Snp- I erintendent of Home7 ed, and offered (he prayer of induct- ion. The sermon was the (lev. A. McWilliams, of Cayley. In the bye-election torfill. the vac-, ancy caused in the council Rur- al Municipality of Marquis, caused, by the death of the late Arthur R. Bond, of Eastway. Messrs. F. T. Hill and Donald Sinclair were The election was held on Saturday and resulted in a tie. The returning officer decided in favour of Mr. Sinclair. i Cardston. Aug. evening's [train brought in Elder A. Kins, i representing the presidency., of the arrival-lie'was taKeii to a pmLiorui miu IHLCI erected for the occasion, where Strst.-J Oni., Glengarry .county, where, s W. Dobson. on behalf of the members} lived until eight years ago when she Leaning batters: speaker. Innd, Cobb, Detroit, Jack- son. Chicago, Hoth. .4. 11 .SJIi; Staler, SI. Louis, .238; Kolsch, j Philadelphia............ 7 10 1 Chicago, Nuimmaker. New Anderson and and Riiyimi Rtirns. i Killifcr. .SJU; lloblitxol, Bunion, BnrtiM.j Killifcr. Detroit, ;.2H3; Strunk, Philadelphia, i .23S. Leading pitchers for IS games: Earned Cullop. New York Koob, St, 'Louis H. Covolesliie. Detroit HusseU. Chicago Boland, Detroit Shoro. Boston Goherl. Chicago Jfiays, Boston C. Chicago Cinci's Win or- W. L. Huns rors proved decidedly costly for Clii- lll 1 1.5fJ. c'ago today nnd helped materially in ;t 1.S7 Cincinuati'R victory fi-tifa-3; Doth-Tonuy iti S l.Sf! j r.nd McConncll had one bud iniiiiig. 12 (i I.4fi i otherwise the hits of the, local players 7 ;l ''.23 j were more timely and counted greater 12 li 2.54! in the run column. ____ 10 5 3 ft U 6. Coveleskic. Cleveland' 15 S 2.53 Cincinnati "Or "2 11! fi 2.05 McConnell and UMibtt; Toney. and S o 2.GI Wlngo. With a record of 13 wins and only j 'Scotch two Mcllvena wins tho honor, SVLmcs have been, .played ,ai" Of liiu bust, wiiijiJt: jilayfjr at j ready in the games tor the uiicluinan Bowls in Ihia city. During thn past two a competition for the single Fdirlcy anil dcftiating Mc- U1U1 Cbown. antl in'.last night's r. cup has been ihe inain Cameron nndllntton played U. ttic Gall fl aril on greens. ThOjSrott Crawford to a standstill, mieortmiHy oY thn lotiilorship right up winnins out by a majority points. Mil thn last panic has kept every bowl- The following games .nrft scheduled for er in thisi contest. Those whn hiilf Ihoir si'Iiednlod games Jil tho competition were as follows: W. L. Pel. ,1. Mcllvona .......13 2 .SGG U. W..Scott 12 .SOt) J. Uvio II R M6 W. vs. Huttoii- Oameron. Wfdnraday Artsinis-Oiivor vs. ClarTtn-Stewari. vs. Bal- Oliver UiiUon Iliildry P. J. Kali-ley ,WJ i THBSU samus are to start al st-ven j o'docli sharji, as ft roquiros all avnil- daylight to finish. "OFFICER 666" IS ONE LONG .000 CACKLE i u. D. S. ohitrch at the quarterly con-; ference which convened at 10 a.m. to-j day. Accompanying him from Ray-! mond was Principal Thos. Komney of! l tiie Knight Academy. Both these'gentlemen were former residents of and old time, friends. They appreciate the- stable, j solid government of Canada. j There was an attendance at the i opening meeting of nearly four rtreli people and ibis afternoon I iinately eight The morning session was occniiiod j hy reiiorts from President Thos. DHCP j showing that the .sixteen 'wards xhid. three branches were all visited during i tbo last three months 'ami that ditions were never better; from Pat- I riarcli Henry. L. Ilinman, concerning the one hundred anil fifty higii priests (if the stake and from Mrs. Lydin -L Drown concerning ths.sfreat work pcr- j formed by the ladies of the church in their relinf society. Wider A. Ivins brought the greet- ings of the Presidency of Churcii and enlarged on t.iic theme that, the strength of this organization was in the right, living of its in embers. Elder Milton Reunion of the Sunday School general board spoke of l.ho ac-. tivities open and necessary for the! various officers to participate in so as to develop spiritually. The afternoon session of the con- ference was addressed by Ktdcr Uriel HudnoK recently returned from n mis- sion to tbo northern States. Principal the Knight Academy. Apos- tle A. W. Ivtiis and Dr. J. M. Tanner: Dr. J. AL Tanner referred the Jews, the Armnniniu ami. the Hus- sions as being in his view of ish origin and possnssoU of a common race instinct with greater ainnity no- ticef.ble with Jews' and Russians than with JCWH and Armenians nr Anglo; Saxons. The next great Held for -spir- itual awakening; and progress he looked forward to-as heius developed among tho Knssinn peoples. Hiu view was given Umt the present' war was only precursor of more and 'jireatcr onnsjo follow. As Dr. Tanner lias travelled exleiisivnly iimong all the nliovo his views were ex- tremely interesting to all present. Two 1 I "An Honest y "An Economical HouaewifeV. your grocer is honest. He -will not say, other flour Is "jusi iw good" as "OGILVIE'S ROYAL HOUSE- it is Canada's Best Flouiv Your Great Grandmother used it Mother baked it into the rtelicloun flaky pies and snowy so well Children will use it when they grow older. WHAT ARE YOU Give hubby, more the pies his mothpr used to 'make.' DO IT TODAY. Order from your grocer a bag of ROVAL HOLD FLOUR and your baking day troubles are -i ROYAL MOUStHOL WESTKKN MERCANTILE 0., SAM SADOWSKI. PROP. DISTRIBUTOR IN LETHBRIDGE London, Aug. the Prem ier made his announcement on August 1st that he would introduce the bill to extend parliament, he. intimated thal: 1m intended at tbe same time to an- nounce the government's proposals re- garding registration. Today, howevei Jlr. Asqnith said it was not the nur-' pose of the government to ask parlia- jiieut at this time to take up ihe alter at.ion of ihe qualifications for the fran- chise. Dealing with the suggestion that the' friinchiso should he extended to ,all soldiers and munition workers, Jfr Asfmith said there were gravest dif.fi-' unities in the way and that there were, serious objections from a military viewpoint to holding general election? among the troops in the field. He atUl- "General enfninchisemsnt has been'" brought face to face with another pi oh leV What are we'going to do with tiie was bound-to say, the-premier wont on, that the representatives ot the women had presented to him a per-'s fectly unanswerable case. Thev were jontent to abide by the present fran- chise, but would urge their calims ii. qualiucations for" the franchise were altered. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER. CLV.O., LL.D., D.C.L., PruldfM IOHN AiRD. GcncralJVlaniwr H. V. F. JONES, AM't V, C. BROWN, Superintendent of Central Western CAPITAL, RESERVE FUND, BUSINESS The Canadian Bank] of CprrimerceL extends to Farmers every facility for the transaction of their banking business, including the discount and collection notes. Blank sales supplied free of chargfe oVappiication. WM Lethbridge Branch -JR. T. BrymnersMgr "Support Home Industries" Drink Lethbridge Beer- ALBERTA'S PRIDE (Non-Intoxicating) To Be Obtained at the Following Places in the City. PERRY REID, (ELITE CIGAR ARLINGTON HOTEL, COALDALE HOTEL, WINDSOR HOTEL, CASTLE HOTEL ADDISON t HIGGIN3, GALT GROCERY, ITALIAN GROCERY, PAT'S QUICK LUNCH DALLAS HOTEL LETHBR I DOE CAN D-V KITCHEN, LEE WONG, BINC, WO, B. C. RESTAURANT, COMMERCIAL CAFE, DEPOT CAl'E, MIKE 3ALON1KI POOL ROOM NO. ;