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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 5, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta WKDNKSDAV. JULY 111111 LKTHUHIlKil-; DAILY I1KKAU) PAGE THREE SAME SHAPE IN STRIPED MADRAS 'TOOKE BROS., Limited, MONTREAL .478 i Dotmi! .457 ,Sl. l.imis........ I'hlluilfliihhi I" MORNING GAMES Brooklyn 7 11 liiUclrmt Xew York I! 12 3 jClovelaiHl Cheney. .Marilliardl and Miller; Per-1 Boland Iriil, Miithewson, Benton and Hnridcn. O -Neill. Hrooldyn Buselmll M agnate Favors Giving liasc on Halls New York. July I. OwiiiK !o the i frequency with which halls arc thrown I inlimldate halters Dailies, and fearinii fuliii therefrom. Charles Kliln in I. !i ViillKhn ami Fischer; Kantlelinor; and Wilson. Philadelphia-nostoil. postponed rain. AFTERNOON GAMES Brooklyn l- Niv.v S Smith am! .Miller; Tesreau Rariden. 0 Pittsbui'K 1 and ;iul (lilison roil president I of the Brooklyn National MORNING GAMES written lo John Tener. president; Id l of the N'liliomtl league, requeslhm tluit j 2 ;tlwhenever in Ihe judgment of an urn- Dcelio and; Hire the so-called "bean hall" is I thrown the umpire should immediately award tlie natsmaii his base, regiml- less of the number of balls and strikes) may he on tlie hatter at tlie AFTERNOON GAMES X 10 6 1 9 .1 Cleveland .lames. Cumihiyhum ;im! Stauase; and O'N-ill. New 2 i Fish am! Wall Boston 0 Philai! rs In addition to citing ilic recent .Mnys case in the Aiuerinin league, with '-lie! ;Iealll of Doilst. tin' Sollthi-rn associu- 12 2 lion player. Mr. Kbhets says that! uimakur, j Pitcher Barnes of tlie Boston Nation lals narrowly missed hitting both Sten-; isel and Dauhert on the head in a re-j 4 Jcenl. game in Brooklyn ami that Pitch- 0 i u .li.in-i 4 1 7 -1 v: Th.Mn'-is- Bush Mevers Tesreau of the Clams actually did 'Fischer; r, 10 1i "ca" Bilme the nrooklrn sroumis. Cincinnali 3 j ii......0.................------ SI. I.ouis............. S l.'l I sovcroid; Williams. Hussell, Clcottc (I Brooklyn grounds. Groom mid Fifteen Round Go At Denver Brought to Conclusion in Eleventh Session Sc-hulz and kllnrilinall St. Louis j ydineider jUoir'ales. j Philiidelphi Meadows and ,jml X If 4 Ames ac -I-roclUe i INTERNATIONAL MORNING GAMES .Montreal.............13 15 1 Rochester......... 2 8 6 Knllerfoii and Wells; flitter Hale. o t; Denver. Colo., .luly HRhtwcir.h! title holder of tin world, was fouled in the eleventh round oi a scheduled lo-rotind. ho tic- cisioti bout, hern lust nisht, with Ail. Wolsast. Hard in-lls'ifing marked Hie entire contest. It wits a low risht IhM ended the bout "'id lost lor the former champion. In iheJToronl............ third round Welsh went to the ropes i Buffalo........... claiming a foul and apparently in I Herbert and Kelly; greut agony. A physician was called 'Newark.......... and announced that it was impossible Baltimore to detertnbf whether he had been Smailwood ntui He struck low. After i" minutes delay isette JIcAvoy: the flRht was continued. Fishlitis Provide nee up to lit1 even. When the light WolfUist opened witll n rush, the champion, however, met him on even terms. The exchange of heavy blows, most- ly to the head, marked Ihe lighting lip to the eleventh round. After; about two minutes of fighting in tlie providence eleventh Welsh staggered ami clung fiirhmoml to the ropes. After the announce- nienl. of a foul by Otto Kioto, referee. Wolgast was hmried away. Welsh iiulckly regained his feet and with little assistance went to his dressl.it: room. ml Wingo; .-Boston. I wo games post-! AMERICAN ASSOCIATION MORNING GAMES Ilhuigeit and Murphy; Bedicnt, Dai-! jley and Kweeney. Devogt. jlmliaiiiipolis.......... j Louisville............ 5 C f Carter and Inglis; Boehling and Wilson. AFTERNOON GAMES Minneapolis 0- 4 4 St. Paul............. S' 11 1 G Hopper and Land; Haley. Jr-lemons. u Indianapolis.......... 4 2 2 i Louisville............ 7 2 Dawsoii aml-CJos.sett; Middleton-aml continued. Figlilins 1'rovidfiico............ 9 !t Tolum'uus............ 4 S round was fairly i Richmond 5 S 2 K. P. the1 leading dog fan-} cier of Lethbridge made a remark-; aide clean-up of the ribbons in Ihe dog show in Caisary in connection I with the fair. Ilis entries were all; in the bulldog classes. "Maiden Can- j 3dn." a nuppy hitch, won third puppy. 11 tlrst novice hitch ami third open light-i Finneran and wdglu "Chinook Supreme" won first heavyweight bulldog, lirst any'variety open dog. and "Chinook Tenacity" won lirst heavyweight hull-1 dog, gold medal host bulldog av.d lirst j any variety open hitch. Chinook I Supreme and Chinook Tenacity ras resumed. Peters and Velle; Lake and Roy-i AFTERNOON GAMES Newark Baltimore.......... Wilkinson and ICvaus; 1 5 10 C, 14 nctip and Yelle; Ross Reynolds. 4 5 1 Rochester......... 0 Cadore and llowley; Leverenx ami Casey. Toronto............. 2 7 2 Buffalo............... -1 S 1 Shocker and McKee; Claw Haley. Vance and Murphy; Sweeney. Kansas City........ Milwaukee......... o 9 10 Tipple, and j Young and Schiclfer. j Second i Kansas City Milwaukee......... 10 I gether, on the special for the j aml i bread, at the show, while the three j entries won the special for the best i 5 teani in tlie show. Chinook Tenacity also won the reserve grand champUn j BOT'" medal. DILLON KNOCKS OUT FLYNN NORTHWESTERN AT THF A MIL litAlO and Sheely; McGinnity i Harr-lad and Itobei i Second .-ill lie Spokane.............14 Tho'Bnttc............... 0 Noble, Renllier and Murray The regular weekly shoot i held at the traps this evening. beginners handicaii, 2f, target v....-.., lor the Dn Pont trophy, which was'drix. Mclliic. M-jGinnity and French. posl iioned from last week, will 4 ]l o shot for this evening. This Falls............ 5 .10 2 open lo any iterson in tlie province: Conner. Kuthcrlaltd and Baldwin; 14 1. li 01 lieu nli is open lo any iieihou m me boniier. rtuuiei has not shot at more than and Ifawoi hundred targets. JTacoma............. 0 'J Ii 'Great Fails............ S S 0 I Peterson and Baldwin; Clark and Haworth. Vancouver............ 1 10 4 i Seattle.............. 4 0 I) i Paissell and Tollman; EnstlRy and ICadman. Second ,Vancouver 2 S 2 Omahn, Nell..'July five j Seattle. 4 4 t hours' wrestling, the Joe Slecher-Ed. i Russell and Cheek; Wolfram and (Strangler) Lewis wrestling match 'Cadmau. was called a draw hy the referee here; tonight. Lewis was on the defensive; NORTHERN' throughout the match. j 7. Dululll 5. 4; Dnluih'G. SPANISH GRAND PRIX Superior 3; Virginia 6. San Sebastian, Spain. July j Virginia grand prix of pesetas (approxi- mately was run here today in 1 the presence of King Alfonso and a vast ,crowd of enthusiastic sportsmen and was won handily by J. Coiui's Teddy, ridden hy Bliss. Spirit wils second and. W. K. Vanderbilt's Meigs was i Some of the best slat-tors in participated in the event. Three Van-i derbllt horses. Oigh. Hoyal Eagle and Maz.xara, were favored in the belting, t Fort Wlllinm li; Fargo 0. William Fargo G. The Wrigley Spears are constant friends to teeth, breath, appetite and digestion. Women workers relish the refresh- ing, comforting influence of this toothsome, long-lasting confection. Its benefits are many its cost small. That's why it's used around the world. Nothing else can take its place. fjitGW it jt> Write JVm. Wrigley Jr. Co., forthefunnySpeannen'8_ San Francisco. July A. Stef- j fen, San Francisco" was the way he I wrote it on the enrolment list for the j military training camp at .Monterey at! recruiting headquarters here today hut j he was soon recognized hy the clerks ias Willie Ritchie, lightweight pugilist [and .former champion in his class. j j Ritchie, who doffed his father's name j [when he hcgiin his pugilistic career.; will report at tlie camp on opening day, next -Monday, and will receive i four weeks' military training as high j private. j Made in Canada Two Flavors Alberta Must Raise Louis, July playing of i Kuniagae and Mikami. champions of j j Japan, featured today's matches in !the central states tennis tournament (Coxl'l.vUED..-sspyi .L'KOXT JAUE) land also in the Mississippi valley sec- jtionai doubles, the tar easterners tak- Says Alberta.-Ranks Third That Alberta can no longer their doubles in- both tourneys That Alberta can no longer lay Iwi'lh ease Mikami also won his first! claim to have recruited more men i match in the singles. Kumagao did proportionately to the population, was nlav in the singles one of the most interesting, although ,not niaj in tue .nibies. flattering, statements. A MONTANA BOUT Missonla. no ie made by the Patriotic Fund secretary, who has all of the recruiting figures Alberta ranks third COAST LEAGUE Salt Lqke 9; Los Angeles 5. i Angeles 1; Salt Lake 5. j Portland S; San Francisco 2. j 1; Sun Francisco j I Oakland 0; Vernon .2. 3; Vernon 4. v JACK DILLON DcwoV. Okla., July Dillon, of Indianapolis, knock- ed out Jim Flynii. Pueblo fire- man, in the fourth round of their scheduled 15-round tout here today. plans ahead for 1917, Alberta will ap- proximate an average of per month in expenditure or a million and a half in the course of 12 months. How Share Arrived at "Now we are again asking Alberta to cover somewhat over half of that amount and the way that we arrive at Alberta's share is by dividing 000 by tlie approximate population of Canada, which will amount to about 51.60 per head. With Alberta's population of nOO.OOO it would leave Alberta's shave at about And that is what we are go- ing to ask the people of Alberta to I Rochester gym. Tillman injured his j Quebec stands last in the left hand in the second round and his Iiat ,vitll T out ot no. he said. Sir right in the sixth, out showed every j br.-iught out. in the A [advantage over his opponent. course of his talk, the fact that Al- hertn as a whole had already pledged _ i ern as a COBB SUSPENDED AND j nun. clic-iEo lulv TV Cobb, Detroit! within M5.000 of th total witli two ICE SKATING ALL SUMMER IN N. Y. New York. July ice skating rink will lie installed at Coney Island, it was an- nqunced last night. A novelty connected willi the rink is n plan to supply coats, sweaters and caps lo all skaters, so they will not catch cold after leav- ini: the outdoor heat for its frigid atmosphere. The rink will he entirely underground. The. eolirue will begin beneath the ballroom floor and will twine, through subterranean passages in the west end of the park. Icicles, snow and floating icebergs will be the decorations. of tho BLADDER relieved in 24 HOURS real shavings relief! HERE'S a way to em sting" and all other ng" Use this new and entire- ly different Shaving Cream. It results in a quicker, cooler, easier shave with no bite and sting ittached. id "razor pull." "after shaving nuisances. You can prove Ihis by this novel test. Shave one side ol your face with Menncn's and the other side with the pro- paiation you now use. Sec what different results you get. Send lOc for trial tube and can of Talcum Rend lOc with your nnmt-anil address. you medium sized lube ot'Mcnneh's mid nlso n pmsll im of Menncn's Tnlcum for.'Men pooil for after shaving be tills out and se-id It to 10L 'IcCaul St., Toronto clic-iEo lulv TV Cobb, ero outiieWer was today" suspended for months' returns still to be recc i three Hvs and lined 525 bv President but stated that the people o northern mso, 5f e Anie lean 'league for Alberta should not take too much nifcuii ui o tli fnt, IM.C.l a game here yesterday. DE PALMA WON BIG RACE >vho had done more than their share. j Two Things to be Impressed i' 'When we have (o come back to _________ i tlie people the second or third time Fort Snelling. Minn.. July we do not need to talk of the cause De Palma today won the 150-mile'of the war, tlie righteousness of it. automobile derby. Aitkcn was second j or of the duty that we owe to the and Christaens third. Time was one: brave men who have left their fain- hour 35 minutes 24-100 seconds. fnr 5iml e i ilies to go and fight for said oir I Herbert Ames. "There are two things o- _ __ ere CANADA'S CASUALTIES HAVE I of which we. must convince the peo- BEEN SINCE WAR BEGAN j other is that people should be con- Ottawa. July J.-Tlle casim y re- m Ulcir n-oiii tlie front are gradually (II- is. tnaMhe money isj.eing be C01" share. "Last Septembei it was estimated ports from the front are gradually di- minishing. The number this week is very considerably below that of previ- battle at Hooge the loss- al ssffisSfsSaaaswiffi v.-ar begun. Casualties have come in a( the rate of 600 or 700 a day since the fight at Hooge, and frequently this average has been exceeded. While (he list will not. be completed for n considerable time yet. the rush has let up notably, find Hit1 record office people Ih.ink that the numbers i will diminish from that Aiberta would need in -skod two though Alberta lias drawn from tlie head oltlce half a million more than it has contributed, there has been no criticism, because of the fact that in the early part of the war. Alberta cbutrlhuleri. in the way considerably moro than of recruits, tho provinces. "Looking- forward to 1UIV, and tt seems .necessary that we must mako ID SPEW HERE Editor Lethbridge Herald: Dear the columns of your valuable naper I would 'like to call attention to the fact that Jlr. Wood, president of the United Farm- ers of Alberta, is billed to speak on the subject "Christian Civilization" at Hie Christian church at their conven-i tion to be held here on Friday and Saturday of this week, it-has not yet been fully decided when Mr. Wood will speak; it will probably be Friday evening at S o'clock. While T have never had an opportunity to hear Mr. Wood on this subject, yetnknow him to be an advanced thinker, and that what he has to say on any subject will lie well worth hearing. Besides, this, is his first visit to our city, ami it j; would be an appropriate way for our j people fo show their appreciation of1 the work that he is doing by giving him a large attendance. I sincerely trust that our puopie will.take this opportunity of hearing Mr. Wood, and I am sure that they will not be dis- appointed in doing so. Yours very truly S. S. DUNHAM. Calgary Indus- trial Exhibition JUNE 29TH TO JULY 6TH Single Fare for the Round Trip From all stations in Alberta and Saskatchewan GOING DATES. JUNE 28TH TO JULY 4TH RETURN LIMIT JULY 7TH Full Particulars and Tickets from any Canadian Pacific Ticket Agent, or S. B. MITCHELL, Ticket Aaen', Lethbridge, R! DAWSON, Dist. Passenger Agent, Calgary EXHIBITION July 10 to 15, 1916. Single Fare fpr Round Trip From all Stations in Alberta and Saskatchewan TO EDMONTON GOING DATES JULY 10th to 14th RETURN LIMIT JULY 18th U" L. Macken is the Conuservattve candidate for the B. C. legislature in Chilli wack. A fire destroyed half of the village of St. Kveriste, in the county oi Btauce, Qne., Loss For full particulars and tickets apply to S. B, MITCHELL, Ticket Agent, Lethbridge. or any Canadian Pacific Ticket Agent R. DAWSON, District Passenger Agt, 1 Calgary, ;