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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 21, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta riir; -Livninr.inr.R DAILY IIF.RALD PAGE THIIFJ Locals Are After Game With' Winners ni'll. .M. llnbi.son, Champi ,an b, nnulo I "V Wnrncr or win, 1-lu.v W. Mur- I Iron, Iliu dislressme a IJiiH on wM] rroni j .Sloni.ieli Tnmlilo nil '.......'..........nii... mi.. Hi (In. ir-.-nns nu, [iliovc- a scrateli gallic I'laviHl. I If lliiiiv are any ollirr liluyoril in Ulc poliml-i I cannoL "Fniil- Completely Restored To Health By "Fruit-a-tives" .'192 ST. VAMKII ST., MoxraEAL. "In 1 wiis lakrn suddenly ill willi Acitlr aiaiaadi Trouble uml in tin: slri'nl. 1 was livalr'il by several Tur uc'.irly two uml my iliuplM'-l hum "-J pumiiis 10 11.0 IIDUIKU. Then several oriiiyrrii'iiilbailviM'il nn' lo liy "Fruil- ii-livus''. begun lo iiupron utmost first dMf, :nid by nsinc llieill, CilanBOw AUK. Scullisli Iciisuo Kiiiiius lilaytil loilay on Hie prmmils llrai mentioned elulis- Pl. Mirron 1; Cellii- Kunul'TB II: Buiiilcc 0. Jlurtcm Hearts fi; The Perfect Gum in the Perfect 1 XiirnloTm i: Pnl.rl.-k Tliisllt (JueiinB I; Diiuilinriun li. Cl.vilt- 1: Hamilton .Icad'-nite Kalldrh I Kllmaniodi n. Jiolliorwoll 2. Ili'i'li "OUTS llilj.iinians I. Airilrlnonliius 1 uilnusclay on.' ol tin; tiranis fin held nvcr I'm- a nflim: wllli a IdvCil loniil scinail Oil Tlinrsilay even- Till: will IH: aslctM lo lay over in Inn t-ilhcr am will (In. llrniidmv. rucclvrr for ,o locals, will Ilii' i-ity loain ill in order lo pel a lim- on Hi.....a- rial availalik1. has iiKliril llie l.dlow- III l-urn ma al Iliu i-r.i-lcsliirm HiiidK in Uminlil sharp for a aclice Dilute: l.loe I- ecu, isclcnak, Williams, SiinaiR-i-, We. a 0 for, "miiinlll.ii'. c-luisi'ii In Pin H'e Kroumls j Atall dealers nr.srul poslpaid by 1'ruil- in slniiii; mr Ilii- Iwn iiip icanies. a-tivL'i Liuiiti'd, Ottuna. A RiKil .U'al nl inlcTi'BI is shown iiy In.'Hi hiiss In Wednesday's panic iviildi slarl.i al I 0 icain is Uiiinvn. Champion if iioslim known t-xci'pt. lor UP perforiniinuefi limi o'Xuill. anil llaly; nl llie iirciti.'lll season whii-li liavp. fady. all 10 Iliu m.'i-o- it in mind. I _ BASEBALL SCORES NATIONAL (17 Iv SATURDAY GAMES Phi'lie- Ilitiiip rally In the l-llli _iimin lo .lelral in llie Cobb Featured I'lllladcllillla. AUK. cil'V- i IT v.-orl. oil tlie in lhe Icnlll in- Inrni'd today's yaim- in Uetroil's favor. Plilluiloliiliia lo.'iiiK li lo five runs anil from-uvo out. Hi" I'Milli, Cohli gol a base to I. 'on lialls. idl Htole syeond hy a IT. I ;sliilc and Ilii'n sUrte.l for Iliird. draw- 7 S i ins JlelOlivi-e out of iinsitinn. Al Ilii' -I JI'.iKlies. liarnes sauio lime Vj-aell Ilii lhe 'Kill pasi j son' lllacl.nui-ii Jleailov.-s, Ainns ami I Hie spol ini.'alud by and I Cnlili sc.WPil. Di-lroit Ilien Hammered .-l-ll'' I _________ j uui uvn (Innldes anil a siimle. wlileli j SUNDAY GAMES willi Iwo enoiv. si'nl in four ram-. shut out cubs Chiciifo. Auis. Coomlis held aiul .Mi'K'i'e- "lulinslo i Chieaso lo one In! and Hronhlyn slllll i 'l.aimiiml llie loeals. 1 lo 0 llonrtrlx was NOilTHEIlN SUNDAY GAMES Kirsl Uiilulh 2, Karijo 7. becord Dnliilh 2. Forgo Only Barnes INTERNATIONAL SUNDAY GAMES Firfit Toronto I, Newark -I. .Seeond Toronto 7. NewarJt I. I'rovide.nee (i. Hullalo I Only games scheduled. j In ln RL Lolli, ,o louay l.y ll Knol) am, in llie inning r-as res Iinsililc for rliiladeli-liia'..; run, ilicre Hie I'Xtra file in linus. PACIFIC COAST I SUNDAY GAMES I Vcriioii Salt Lake 1. '2. Afternoon Porlland 7, Los Alleck'S Morning Han Francisco Oaklaml II. SUNDAY GAMES Tacoma 2, Spolianp n. Kecond game-- Tacoma 2. Spokane J.'irsl, Vancouver 4, Creal Falls S. Second Vancouver 1. Greal Falls C. First SeniUe 111. nutle S. Seeond Sealtle 12. Unite I 12 Win From Cinci's I jn a iiiiilonn and Cineiiinali. Aug. won iho! hail a hnsy day liandliiii; e.iglil elianccs firsl Kame nl" the series from Cincin-Jin leii I i null today, -I lo -i. Mitchel's wildness; S n ,1 i in Ihe early inning were responsible] St. Louis !1 i-.nii for the vielory. Bn.sloil Chii-Iniiau An Even GrcTk i.klyn I'iitsiiiiry 2 to 1 in Ml in iiir.s hi Hie lii-sl ill tbday's j Inutile, header, hill llie riraLer, lost, inches nnd Blackhurn andi .Mitchell and Clarke and' St. Louis Wins White EOT Victors Xevv York. slop, ped New York's winning sircak here' today, the visiiors Ihe flrul. rf Hiniv series lo I. f'ieot is sealed that's the thing I like about it. No matter when or where I buy it, the flavor is there full strength, and it's fresh and clean. So I always make sure to get Wrigley's in the sealed package the greatest five cents' worth of beneficial enjoy- Innblc. lioiulcr. Inn iliu uiai i saino 1-1 henci. fie SCCOIM! -ami' ui 1 lo 0. SI. Louis. Aug. New hit usually ollnrlivi: asaiust I lie-. Ynnkecu li'liiu I'it.lsburs stored n Stoclc ivitli men on tasca today. Wlnlnl York to four nils. lin ip tlie Ili'vd Iniiiii" ot Fisth'er's I SI. I.ouis hit nenLon lir.i-d anil oiipor- ciiicaKo s Lble aiilllWinls mpL.. Iminly and sliiu New York out S to 0 N-cw Vork 1 -1 I Xev.- York 0 S 0 Ciculle anil Sflialk; Mo-gnilijc, I New York 'i; 1) j IJenlnn, Sn t.'oop'.'r aiul Gonzale.s i I AMERICAN ll lloslon fit. J .Mnr muni Kilil Meyers; Kanlallintr flliccno......... IcicvRl.iml-........ Ii2 12 1 l'Kochcr; Stcclc mill fi4 ,i4 aS Si .JS2 in Form but Los-s LouiK J Aup. York or- Mow York lii-ii alliiwed the illiw'- lo m.ike il llirec Wasliinfflnn :l of fom loilay in an 11-imiing, j rililadelpllia -.-Liir. Home briiliaai ti'lii'.'- Te-.rcan SATURDAY GAMES Yo-k li -I Eoehling Donates One. filial.-o Hosfon'r-AuE- Boelilins re- 1 Tesrein" and Korlicr, I'aclvanl. cently of llie Senators, makins ll-ov.n ami Eliioii. j itial appearance Hit ricvelaud _________ I iGam, Imuded a. fame lo the Hosion i nrcivcc Drop One I Americans loilay by ron-ins :i mn in. I'it I Dili-. An- l.oniri me. Mile iiinlli iuniiiE, lloslon winning lame, a a-lu-il livid ill HIP lltlli iuiilns to J. fp lo lhe final session BoehL n.f, imv :iiiov in-T nilelicd well, allowinir only io a :.-lc-i ivu n ip i y. drove Tylor fnnn llie box niter j in- liai] pilchcil well, only _ i......_ __ ,.-iti. limn- civ I i p rfd liils. AiVlKKICAiT ASSOCIATION SUNDAY GAMES Fh-si .BS-I Jjoiiinrillc 11. Kansas Ciiy 5, Sdcond .5-1-1 j Lou'iEville '1, KaiisaH'C'iLy I. .S3SJ AJilwnukce 5. IndiniiannliE j First .531 Toledo 0, St. Paul 1. on lialls time- six scntiprcMl liits. Second Toledo 1 Si. Paul 1. First Minneapolis li, Columbus Second game Minneapolis Columbus 7. NORTHWESTERN SATURDAY GAMES Vancouver Great Falls 7. Vancouver li, Kalla 0, liuttc KonlLlc II. Tficoinii -I, Siiokane 2. 'E guarantee Goodyear Wingfoot Air Heels to out-wear any other rubber Heels you have ever worn, or any others you can norv buy. Should they riot meet this guar- antee, return them to us at to any Goodyear Branch, and get d new pair free. THE GOODYF.AR TIRE RU1IBER CO. OP CANADA, LIMITED, TORONTO. OKT. a pair put Black or Chocolate (it shoe stores mid shoe repair shops. We make and guarantee Wingfoot Heels for those who are willing to: pay a little more in price in order to get a' great deal more in wear and comfort. jp ffif Goodyear I Wingfoot Air Heels l.liink that llje cliuvgo WIIH drnpucd bccaihSR of pulltical snnpori anil Llial it was not. wi'onp-doiug nn Locliearl's I iiai't to use liiH uiuueiicc in IvnviiiR llie i rlinrge withdnuvii', wr on lliis aUorney- irenc-rarn pari-in insLrnc'Ling lhe with- I rirawal. i Charge No. 5 I John iirupiibtor of the Lakcview Hnlelf-'UuIl Lake, through limiRH reponcfl i'or liuviiig a dirty yartl, I'tc. Dr. Lodiuad'.s asslKtanco was iiuliciicd anil Tiusht'onl aakotl Loeheiui to sfp to Retina nhout (lie niiitier and pnid liini for. j iiiR trip, al I hough Lochead only j asltfifl him for ?50: as liis fee ror suel) Loclieiul wont 10 Regina. and j o.i learning lhe'nature of (he license iiirtpeeior'a report, ad- viaed him thai, he would liavc to clean !up. -Tlierc-is no evidence tlial would Kvnrrant the conimissionei'K in rindins Lnnhend Kioppert or iilifled any cnmplQlnt ngninri Rush ford or made attempt lo do nur is'thcrc any jRvideiuro'that wmiiil warraul Lhe com mission in linrling Llia.i he had receiv- ad any money under pretenses. Charge No. 6 The commissioners find that Cavthnrnn received from John line, the hotel at tjnr, ?JOO which lie appropriated 10 his own use. The money was paid CH.VT- tliorpe .on Llin, miderstaiHiiiiff thai he would stiflf any proKtM'.ulIon or com- plaint .iffninst JIarkliiiB._, Charge No. For ihe second lime ihe. couimissiou- ors differ, scparaio reports bciiifr suli- m It ted by Commissioners Brown and til wood on the charge, (.hat in Septem- ber. Hnn. A. P. Me Nab IVJIK a nurly m'lmvirg diaries asainsl Wil- Uam RdliertFoii of Alsask withdra'.vii in considerniion oCTiiilUJcal suppori. Commissioner Brown finds "llial evi- dence of llohenson ill ilself ia unlike- ly; .fliar KolH'i-ison is mi unreliable vvilness" and liei'.is denied by Mc.N7ab he is of Ihe opinion that there is no evidence iu support'of Hie .'ihnrge "on wJiic.h he. lie warranted in im- puting wrons-doinp lo MfXnb." Com- iiiiKKinncr declares that "Sir. fividenerj in by lio moans sul- isfactory. ll sec-ms to that then :i direct oonllict holwcRii what he swore before ni.s what liu s'.voro before the MSIBCC llu ccmclude.s I'nnt ihe proKCc.ulions withdrawn "ns the reBull of Ihe inter- view which look place between Hobcrl- soii and AlcNnb" nnd he iirefern to .say dial lhe wilhdniwal was Iho result of assurances b.v Robertson that (be InTracuons of the licciifle law look lilace in bis absence and Ilia! "be would siiniiurl Min govcniinenL while lie held the I The nnnouuer. Hint r.liai'KCH and II 'were dropped, no evidence vlialnver being offered in support of I hem. ami lhal In tho easos of clmrfro.g 10. 12, 17. in and 20, "nl- lliouRh evidence was given Ihcro was no nvidcnre Dial uupnortcd (he rlmrgo or Knvo niiv hidiciition of wroiiK-doing. On tho' .charisr. Mini lion. A. P. Nnb iviis party to having (Charges aeaiiiti) J. Sullon. a Saskatoon .hotel- inan. withdrawn hi consideration of promise of political support. Llio com- missioners say they intimated at hearlnK llial. no CJISP. had been made out which needed ail answer. "On dmrgo No. 13, involving S. H. Moore's allt'ged connection with nepo- lialiona for nn liotol lifiense In Kln- I'Hld I he "not satis- firrt'.lhut Moore was fhuuicially intt-r- cstfMl fu Lhe notes" bill ndd Uml "11 IH rlonr thai no know- iRtlgo of Ihn facts Rsslst- unca to Dergcr in. the planning, uuii Write Wm. Wriglfiy Jr. Co. Lid., Writflcy Building, Toronto, for tree jingle buok by (be ment I can buy. Officer Seal- he keeps this V good. C33 Chew it after every meat i carrying one of the schome ami Cor 1 Uial'rearion IIP in in our'opinion pqual- !ly Heviewing Lhe evidence Llio commiiisioners point out that two men. C.rippc.s and Ifnddad were erect- ing'horela in Crippes rrans- forrod lo Bci'ser mi Lhe pro- i orty LhoHSU Hrippcs hlm'seU: bad no j tide. Moore, if! wt'is staled in Hie evi-, (loncG. Bmmuitced Muddad a license and Hiiddnd llurser notes for j Tor the liuicr'a witlidrawal from j jilic field. On. these notes was1 jpaid. The rnimniKsIoiievs find Lbat there was novel' any intention on tiie pniT of Herder 01 anyone connncLcd with him of jirocrfidhiE with the con-1 i slnif.linii of iho liolul. j Charge.No. H also involves S. Moore. lucmber of the legislature [or j Pinto Creek. Tho fhnrpc ;iroKe from I tin; dnsii-n of Joseph Kennedy lo con- struct an hbiel at Sliannavon. Ken- nedy Berber aiid jfnorc and iL; that lhe Frontier Hotel I company, in which Berger and Moore were- iniai'tisted, sluiuld wiLlidnvw from their plan? to build an hotel al Slinu- jnaron, lliat Keniuidy should build, and that, lie should pay (be Frontier com- pany '.I1.? ami If his BO! tho second Ken-' i iiedy completed ihr. hotel and paid Moore SfiOII in favor of the KronUer Hotel company "which was apparently iMibsequonlly divided hot ween the members of ibr. company. Moore get- tint; his according to the re- port. The rominissinners differ in ilieir riiuliiigs charge that J. V. Dole in 1913 wlinn a iiusmber of the legisla- j lure received money from the George j Velio conipi'.ny for tin1, purpose ol se- a liquor license. Commissioner Brown finds "that Ihe charge has not No (ho evidence tlml P. M, Andersen, solicitor for lhe company, received 51.BSD in caah from Stciffel, ma linger of the company mid concludes that part of this money went to pay a political note for lo which Bole.was a party. There was absolutely no evidence, says the com- missioner, of any. improper Intcrter- enco. with the Hcciine commissioners cither liy lloln or anyone else. On lhe whole llolo impressed him "us a truth- ful witness." Commissioner Brown Ntiya he can quite conceive how Ander- sou inlpht hnve collected the money from Stciffol lo linnidaln the note- oul havhiR any retcruinic to Holo what- over, and Hiibscquent knowledge of Uolc of the contribution of inn noinpaiiy uml Us applfcalion to the note would not Imply wrong doing on Bole's part. I Commissioner Rlwoori stales that if tho evidence of IT. M.' Hillman and Ibis lo be believed "there seems to me tbut til ere can be no doubt that be (Bole) was in some woy'a party to. t-orlaln liquor-licenaeea lii coneiden, (be obtaining oC the money the Velie company and the payment oE tlie c-n note in that way." He adds that ho sees no. reason why ho should not believe Hillman. "I cannot said Commissioner Ehrood, "that these people would come before us and de- liberately concoct their story. On the other hand Dole showed that at least his recollections of. the various-tran- sactions was Incorrect. His evidence, to my mi with the license commissioner in con- nection with the applicatlon. The commissioners were unanimous in findiuE lhe charge thai j! F. Bole stifled prosecutions againal tfon oE political support, ot Andreai. DealinK with the charge that Ihere was a conspiracy to bribe members oj the legislature in April and May, lOla. in connection with the government li- cnior policy the commissioners report: "The evidence ofEered indicates that Koine suggestions were made thg possibility of Influeucing members of ___ "tbe legislature against the govern- was most unaatisractory meut's proposed liquor policy by the Hiid I thererore accept the evidence of the HiMmaius and Eind that he ,or at all, or that, any attempts yarly 10 the obtaining or the money from Velie company and to Us being applied on this noLe." He finds nlao actually made to bribe any such mem- that no improper influence .vvn.s used 11 use of money. Such evidence, how- ever, falls short of establishing that lliere was any conspiracy as alleged, "Support Home Industries" Drink Lethbridge Beer- ALBERTA'S PRIDE" (Non-Intoxicating) To Be Obtained at the Following Places in ihe City. PERRY 4 REID, (ELITE CIGAR ARLINGTON HOTEL, COALDALE HOTEL, WINDSOR HjOTEL, CASTLE HOTEL ADDISQN HIGGINS, GALT GROCERY, ITALIAN GROCERY. FAT'S QUICK LUNCH DALLAS HOTEl LETHBRIDGE CANDY KITCHEN, LEE WONG, BING WO, B. C. RESTAURANT, COMMERCIAL CAFi, DEPOT CAFE, MIKE AALP.NI.KI POOL ROOM NO. i. ;