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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 2, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDflE D A TT.M- HERAtP Tuesday, July 2; 1913 Donaldson Line Direct Service BETWEEN SCOTLAND, CON- TINENTAL POINTS AND .CANADA La-ge new- steamers. Modern and up to date, operated mi the ONE-CLASS CABIN PLAN Cabin Staterooms all amidshlp. Third-class psssoniiors berthed In-closed Staterooms. MINIMUM. RATES, WEEKLY SAILINGS. UNEXCELLED For 'full particulars call ou any steamship agent or write, H. E." UDMAN, Oenral Agent Street, Winnipeg CMIIIUII'IIDITIIEIII STEIHBHirSlBT. The Royal Line MONTREAL QUEBEC TO BRISTOL, ENGLAND Shortest Route to London on Ton Floating PalJCM. St RM.S. Royal Edward June 12 RMS Rojal George June 26 Rates of Passage 1st class and upwards 2nd class }SS and upwards 3rd class Bristol or London Ask nny railway or steamihip agent for illustrate Booklets rttei, etc.. or write -n 4 T7TC GENERAL A. H. DA Via, AGENT, 272 MAIN WINNIPEG STREET Or S B.MITCHELL, Ajent CPF, WHITE SSTAR- LARGEST CANADA felling, from Montnal Evtry SiturJiy for oiling at Quibtc June 8, July S, Aug 3 16, July 13, Aug 10 32, July M, Aug 17 29, July 27, Aug 24 83 LAURENTIC, 88 MEQANTIC L.rwit flne.t tteamers In Omadlftn trade St.unch and tiniy. Eicellent accommooations for all classw MODERVTS HATE 8ERV1CB SS leutonic ind SB Canada carry one flan (Jnd) only The bent theie atfoid at moderate ritaa aUo comfortable third-clan two four and six berth rootnl For reservatiom, rated plans 11 luatrated booklets, etc apply to railway or steamship ments W M McLEOD, CWPA 333 Miln Street Wlnnlptg I DRIZZLING RAIN Focjtball and Cal- edonian Games .Were 1 .1 Greatly Enjoyed Frank, largo number fromVCOlehian.. and other points', tbpinselves of the portuiiity of, spending the holidays at Frank, where 'is cejebratloh on' a large sca'le was" fn progress: weasher was'quite inauspicious for'the event, being cloudy and threatening all the morning, and later a drizzling rain, which settled in about the middle of tire afternoon. The amusement afforded a fine viewpoint of Turtle Mountain, which rises almost perpendicularly a short distance away and whose summit, was wrapped m clouds throughout the day. Although there are a number of vacant buslnose stands, and' dwellings as well, Frank is still doing busineis in the, same stand, and bidding defiance to the heavy-browed monster which menac- ing ov erhangs it The' day's sports included, In the morning, a baseball match. Hillcrest C P H staft a looseh plajed same, whereby HilliireE won by a score of '16-8- The chief feature of the day was the football match, an all-star team from the pass ,vs. the Lethbridge S. 0. E. The resultant score was a draw, 1-1. Other evencs were a football match, consisting of five-a-side, 100 yards' daah, one mile race, as well as several small field and 'track The trap showing contest also attractea ..un-iderab'-e attention but the oroposed tennis tournament Colemau did not materialize. was con- eluded bl a concert and dance in ihe Miners' Hall-in the evening. CARMANGAY HAD A SUCCESSFUL HOLIDAY MOLSON'S BANK OFFICIAL DEAD MK DURNFOHD, SUPERINTEND ENT OF BRANCHES, DIED SUD DENLY ATCOCOUNA Montreal, Jul" 2-The death oc Burred suddenh on Sumlij night ot Mr AtiBustus D Durnford, auperm Whilst the con- test was in progmss, a wild throw precipitated the missile 'into the crowd, which the police allowed to overflow on to the field. A boy was struck ou the leg. but was not Injured, beyond a severe although he had to be carried oft the field. Soccer Game a Tie The soccer match at Frank on Do- minion Day. Lethbridge S. 0. Ei vs. Crow's Nest Paes Ail-Stars, resulted in a draw, 1-1. The day was decided- ly' unfavorable, ns the grounds were sticky, and slippery, the ball was heavy, and water-soaked, and a driz- zling rain was Jailing. Nevertheless, a large crowd assembled, composed of adherents of both During the first half, the All-Stars had the best of the pluy. the ball be- ing in the enemy's' territory nearly all the time. Yet, despite their ad- vantage, only one goal was scored, on account at a deplorable lack of com .bination and teani play. Towards the end of the second half, the S. O. B. reialiated with .v and the game finished without further episode, although several fine shots blocked by both 'goalkeepers Gurr, of Lethhrldge. proved a very efficient referee, although one or two cases of fouling Coleman men escap- ed his notice; at least they escaped his comment. The line-up: Me. Andrew (Blairmore) and McGeckie Roughead (Coleman. Jack- son (Coleman) and Petrie Fisher G. Kellock (Cole .1. Kellock A, IColenian) and Kennedi S. 0. Farris and Weller; Wilietts, Holberton and Lee; Faunch, Ashman, Parker, Ball and Bestwick. Lethbridge. i ed with one of I ezle s funnj stunts Dominion Day Cdebra- and intone field. It wasnt a game to write home Barons licked Carmangay ar-d vvas enough to bring joy to Gib Moirs town and cause heart burn tion Well Barons Won Match Carmangaj lojalls celebrated Do minion "Day, although the weather conditions 11 ere such as to curtail the program and Interfere seriously T ith she expected attendance. There was no ram but threatening clouds served to keep hundreds of farmers and visit irs from neaibv towns at home As It was there were about eight linn dred at the games in the afternoon and the amusement provided ife greatly enjojed To add to the attrac lions Chapman's shows were on the grounds and the merrj go round auil ranona side tents were generousls patronized. The big feature of the afternoon baseball match between the o'd time rlvak Carrnangnj and the latter coming out victorious by a score of nine to (our. It was the first defeat 10- Carmbn gaj this season-the team havug pre- vlouslj plaved three shut out giimM but veatfrda; Barons put on win nmg article and cairird off the glorv Phil was on the mound tor the v isltors and gav e an exhibition ot how ings in the tockv little'1 town to the north. The teams were: Lezie, :Dines, Bow era Pullej Tuftbrd Bell W Moore and Dolces. Wo tee WE lan.ilv settled for the sum- i WaHer lhe im.rclble fcmer months, intending to return to lwlrier for carmangas snemed to be the cit) thib morning Mr DurnCord I alld not ahow to advan leit the citv apparentlv m good j ta.ge being hit freelv on Friday and his sudden death was quite a crop of errors, tame as a surprise to-a wide circle especiallj on the part of in- home Iriends. A. mirnford vvas horn a over sixty years ago at Ote [Antoir.e, New Westmount, the sev- icnth and youngest son o! the late .Captain Durnford. He vvas a jtand- von.of tho late Unutcnant-Coloncl Burnford Roial Tngiueurs who limit the Citadel at Quebec, where he was stationed between 1816 and 1830. St. The National Casket Co. may locate at Guelph. team, but'the visitors contributed a fair share. The game could not be described, as stellar ball and there were no out- standing features the exception of an occasional. grouse over decis ions, and a couple of home runs, one on each side. Mister Pulley did the trick for knocking a lally paloosa to leit field and cantering to the accompaniment of vocif- erous shouts from the Barons rooters, The honors were brought to Car- mangay by Earl .lonea, who connect- THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER, C O. LL D. D Cj L, Prwident TA1RH AIRD CAPITAL, REST, TOURISTS AND TRAVELLERS C.n.dl.n B.nk of br of IU number of SO NERVOUS, HE H COULDJOT SLEEP Tkrw Units TrtalBint Of "FnH-i-HMS" Cured KwcARDiNit, Our., SKW..mb1910 "The effects, of Fruit-a-uves on Sleeplessness, Nervousness ami. Disordered condition of the Body, 11 simply marvellous. I Slave Ukcu "Fnilt-a-tives" for .three am now perfectly.wcll and have gained ten pounds in wight. I have found "Fruit-a-tivcs" is the one medicine that will purify the Mood, quiet the nerves and restore the whole system to its natural condition i S. G. SM11 lit "Frait-l-tivei" cures nervousness and Sleeplessness because this fruit medicine kecw the blood pure, the stomach sweet, the bowels regular and the skin aVocCli boi, 6 for size, At dealers or write to Fruit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa. WARNEfl'NEWS RAIN CROPS EAST THE BUILDINGS- SCHOOL CLOSING Warner, June showers at1 2.30 p.m. Thursday and 7pm Tri day have helped out our district for n few days. East of War- ner 25 to 50 miles sufficient rain has fallen, so crops.are in good condition. Some considerable damage was done north east oi Warner by hull on Thursday. Some of those bit were Bert Bear. .Mr. -Mr. Powell and Mr. Gordon. Vfm. Oliver, of part of Wednesday and all of Thurs- day in .Warner on business. Samples of flax 14 inches high and inches high are being sold his harness spring wheat 1 shown in town, Win. Soice has shop to Messrs, baing and Rogers He has 'also .purchase quarter of section 9-4-17 from I. W Switzer Mi's. Wm. Soice and two small sons Lundhreck Friday evening to act Oliver and Audber left last evening for their old home, Glencoe, Minn, where thej full visit for i tew weeks The following buildings have been painted since last' Saturday: Mangin and Eg-in's hardware store, Goady Bros, general store, S. Cope's drug store. McMillan lumber offices, Evan- gelical parsonage, etc. The parsonage is nearmg comple MADE CHINK FLY THE UNION JACK COWLEY SOLDIERS CELEBRATED RETURN FROM CAMP WITH A LITTLE SPORT .Coivloy, July today lias put a stop to the several picnics and celebrations in this district. Ktl. o! the Frank Liquor Store, was a visitor in town Sunday, l-iis lirm is still doins business In their old stand. C. Kobinson is worse than ever with' rheumatism. He has been very dangerous for the past week, but is shirs better again. -.'The garden social on Morrison's lawn Thursday evening was moved into the parlor on account of the rain. Although the weather kept ,a good many away a large crowd at- tcntel and "the Ladies' Aid are some richer. The money is to he used to erect 11 belfry on the church tor tho hell that was given by Mr. and Mrs. B'.'M. 13ovvern.au .ill memory o! their ion. Cliff. II. W. I'cttit's troop of soldiers re- turned from eimp Siturdiv During their fighting period this vear did nothing worse lhan make lanndrr-man-, a Chink by birth habits, tear down the Chinese they the and Hag h'e has been exhibiting above his place of abode. They gave him filteen min- utes to leplice it with the Union Jack. He did it. Mr W R DtLwrv and daughter Anna, visited Lundhreck Friday Messrs Pettit ind Howie who latch purchased the mil sad dlerj business of C Uawtord have opened .1 repair shop in connec- tion with their large store. CM Crawford will take charge of this and will be open for .business Wednesday Durtou Robinson _ If tt Needs Fixing SEND YOUR LOCKS TYPEWRITERS SEWING-MACHINES GUNS BICYCLES, ETC. TO D.E.MacDonald Expert: Locksmith and Gunsmith All Work Guaranteed Rear Sportlns Goods Co.', old stand, 412-5th St., S. Phone 1032 'his limps." for the ball game be- tween that town and a team from the nonunion suiviv camp It re suited in a win for the latter by i score of 1-1-13. Miss Alma Bennett, the. popular school leather Ictt Siturdav lor t al she will spend davs COLEMAN Coleman.-July-2.- I J- Athcrton spent Dominion Day in Creston, B. 0 PCX Craw lord bpent the holi dai m Calgirv Me srs UnmJieib llifetinb ami L Ouuqotle spent, the w eek end in tal gun A.Sbeb Hall iml of tho public school blalt line left lor their vacation ijOing to Lalgan Miib bmith mid His Rosb have lilt on "Hrlp to B C.. and other points on the coast. Mrs f 1! I '-111 llul diughtti of terme ait MSitmg Mr and Mib O A. Ritchie. Mus V 1 Paul, .cil the 1'ublic called to school stall, has Icil tor Medicine Hat, to spend the .vacation Repairs lepau airs thing fiom an automobile to H la-un. mower. Niven Bros. Maehimistis 517-5th St., Lcthbnflse LOST LAKE F: J. K. I'henix; oi the Bank ot Commerce stall" has left ior a trip to Medicine Hat tilgatv ind Banff I lections lor r emlicts to the Hob pital i i J Mrs George Palter and son from Gnssj Lake is visiting her mother, Mrs A D Jajcock also Mrs A 0 )r r iu i dance was given at Mrs, O. L. and ior .financial sccre- j .lackopson's in honor of old timers tan tot the Coltm in local U M I MBltinK heic Quite a number of peo of V No 263i ttcrehcld tolay For I pie n ere present, and a enjoy. the latter office 1 tion and is a to our neat uer joiirnev to Ontario lltle town D N 'McMillins resi dence is also progressing finely The Warner baseball club got 'husv on Monday and' Tuesday and put up substantial Igran'd stand to seat 200. B) the vvav the score on Wednes day was Warner Raymond 3, in- stead of is reported The school entertainment was held Frldav evening MIS.S Kellev and Miss Maddough ire to be commended on the splendid worfthej hiv-e done all LIB anc "i" her father bcioit resuming names In Ken, ballot oi three 17 John Moore f the snlenam WOFK UIKJ ,d Dolces. h In getting up Carmansav-Hvslop Jones "ro g entertiunrnent A good ion Peck Mahonev, Ferm and Hound. Mert Mahoney bf.Carmangay an Mr Mu-row of Barons were th-a urn piTes. Another feature of the afternoon ,-as horse racing.-' There was a run ing race free for all a pony race nd a cowboy of which were ttended with considerable excite ment accompanied with nagers hich one man put up ten dollars gainst a brand Hew shinj one cent leee fresh out Ontario. The second baseball game to ne be ween Turin and Carmangaj did not materialize owing to ihe Turin team ailing to turn up 4bont 5 o olock it tarted to run and the Timnint and limping races were declared off Tho evening vvas a buck ng contest which lasted until nearlj o'clock .in the; drizzling rain. The demonstration wai a. big sue ceas en in It is propored to hold a. davi baseball tournament some time during this probably just be ore harvwt. fine an entertainment crowd attended. The interior finish of the bank has been renewed and, presents a fine ap- pearance Tufford and wife of Bookton Out are visiting his sister Mrs M B. Lynes at Altqrado. Mark Grady and his wife arrived this morning We bid Mrs Gradv welcome and Mark knows he is NELLIE BLY IN CONTEMPT rormftr Noted Newspaper Woman Sentenced to Jail New York Jure Bl> ir private life Mrs BliFdbeth C Sea man. one time noted traveler and i newspaper and now ownei o! :he bankrupt Ironclad Manufacturing company ill 'Brooklyn: was sentenced todaj bv United States Judge Majer in Brooklyn to 20 days in.Jail and to pav a fine of ?1000 A Slav granted 'to July 1 Mrs. Seaman was found guilty o: contempt of court In .connection with a creditor's Inquiry begun after a federal Judge in Brooklyn declared the Ironclid Manufacturing ccmpan> bankrupt. Attorneys for Ironclai creditors have sought oil thai the American Steel ..Barrel com pany, .another concern operated. b> Mrs. Seaman and said to he .valnei at vvas nothing, less than a subs dlory of the Ironclad In fighting this move, Mre. Seama. refused to produce.certain barralcom pany hooks, whfch :today resulted In her being adjudged in contempt. onllnlne, mark., Uie kronen, can ct cashed or purch.s.d .1 8 o Uthbridge Branch C. K. Nourse. Mgr, When This choice of the yeast la oneiof ih moat important Itema. White Sws Cakos are made by the mofl successful drj scant In Un adl Order a ie package from voi grocor, or nond (or free sample Wlip Swan Spices and Cereals, Toroiito, Oak CROP CONDITIONS NEAR_CARMANGAY BIG CROP AND. AN EARLY HAH VEST .ISrilMPLEMENT MAN'S (Carmangay Never before have crop .conditions n this district been so favorable'at tins time ot jear The tall wheat is all leickri out ind the spring wheat heading out now all be leaded out belorc of the first week in luh wh.ch is about ten Lather than usuil This shoul i insure an earlv harvest Which means j deal in this countn Henri Jan-s and Win C.nh-ira, mcumhent, rebulttng in of Graham BROUGHT VERY HGH PRICES London June second ses Ion of the sale of, books and manu cripts at Sothebj s here jesterdav rought An autograph edition of the works f Thacksnj went for flTiO A pre entatlon cops of Robait Bnrna The Complaint' bl ought A copy K Flore et Zeph} re presented to ohn Leech bv Tnackeray, bought bj Sabin brought J1250 A volume c-t Milton s containing the irst ippearance ot Lycedas in print brought 52000 while ?H25 was given 01 a volume on costumes with draw ngs bv and others, printed at Paris in 1770 A copy of the rare edl ion 1786 ot the poems of Burns sold for One ot eailiest books n which tht new world vvas called America V Glareomts for ind a cop> of Milton s presented it Liidlovv Castle, 18S Cleo Oould SS Willie Tromblo 87 6 Titmice Ham bly 70 I-sona Thompson 45 rim de Yong, 79. Grade I. Stella pvird, 10 Rheumnh OMrd Gould, Cl.B; Jan lie The Introduction to The ot the home hvorable. Kothim more lo'the beauty ot the hall lhan the ir- tuK Jeeontmn ol Its midt pot, We bythetiieotoneorniortofthe llxteeii hiudionu ol a mM WAU COLOOIS "Bmoolh H Sllk-HM4 M The new dtcoriuve, durable .amuir linUh lor plaster or miul md cell Inn tnd lor rennl hml b iriip SilksloPt tiles pUc- oC paper >nd killomlne better se it may be thoroughly slmpls "ih- G.F.STEPHENS PAINT AND VARNISH MAKERS NIPEG CANADA AT CALCABT SOLE AGENT FOR LETHBRIDGE Hayr Hdw. Co ;