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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 6, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, JULY fi. 191fi THE LETHBRIDGE DATT.Y HERALD PAGE THREE HOW do your shirts treat you when they come back from the wa�h? Do the neckbands pinch, or do they remain as comfortable as before ? This is a test that few neckbands meet. W.G.&R." Red Label" shirts can, because the neckband materials are thoroughly shrunk btfore the bands are cut. Look for the " Red Label." The Willinmo, Greene ic Rome Co., Limited ilakfrs of Fine C'ollari NATIONAL Won Vv.\. Urooltlyn ... ..... �7 25 .597 Plillailulphfa . ..... ,S6 2S MC, UOBlOl) ... , ..... X\ 28 ,541 Cli1 made. in winning tlic race .lanUe was two iniiiutes 16 seconds ahead of .loe Wol-ter, w)io thilsliod second. Hay Wcis-liaar of Wichita was third, Speck Warner, EllKWortti, fourth: Gene Walker, llftli; ftlorty (."rave.s, .si.vtb; Loicnxo Boido, seventh. prot llflli inning. Ualn prevented a double-iieader. I'biladelphia.......... 2 7 2 Iio:4ton.............. 1 1 llixey and H\ivn�; Barnes. lUigUos and Gowdy. Broke Through in Eighth .St. /-oiil.f, .July ,").--St. LouiH won llio hiHi game of the series from Cincinnati here today 4 to 1. The locals broke a I fo ! tie in (l/o eighth Inning by scoring three runs on two bits, a sacrifice, a base on balls, an error and a hit batsman, Cinclnnntl............ 1 9 1 St, Louis............. 4 4 0 Tonoy and Wingo; Williams and Gonzales. Brooklyn-New York, postponed.. n That boy of Kours Ovcraeut, amid the fltraOi of battle and 'the dearth and danger of poor drin idnir water. What more acceptable creature comfort than a box of ADAMS' TUTTI FROni GUM contains twenty paclcages of thirat-quenchins refreshment in the five mellow fruit flavors our boys overseas have come to admire. The voyage cannot harm Tutti Ftutti. Each package opens up ai frosh and full-flavored as it left the factory. For each stick is wrnpped in wax paper and tinfoil. The package alips nicely into the sol-dicr'apocket. Askyourdealer for Tutti Fnitti by the bo�. ORICINATOJJ5 Public School Promotions CENTRAL SCHOOL and McKee; Kfigle and Russell Haley. Montreal............. Kochostor............ Cioodbred and Howley; Kilter and Casi'y. No other games scheduled. S (i 2 � 0 .-. 2 j Herache. FROM VANCOUVER 10 EG BY MO NORTHERN ............. 2 S ........... 3 8 Handee 1 2 and km AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Louisville............ I") in 1 Coinnii)us............ () 4 I Fulineio and Williams; George and Muri)liy. Toledo.............. 2 5 0 Indianapolis.......... 4 H fl Main. Strand and Sweeney; Falkon-berg and CJossott. St. Paul............. 7 l.T 1 Minneapolis.......... 2 lo 0 Leifiold and Cletnous; Yiugling and Owens. Knnsa.s City........ Milwaukee......... (Cochrane and Oerry; ! Custer. Winnipeg.......... Iluluth........... Gervais and Hergei-; Wit brow. Superior............. 5 ?, 0 Virginia............. 1 5 3 Bniutigan and Erlckson; He,wlt( and Sweoly. Fort William.......... |l'"argo............... Hentlcy. Johnson and Hoardman and Bachant. Second game- Fort William.......... Fargo 7 6 8 11 1 Weising; I Grillln chant. and Agnew; Hook and Ba Vancouver. .Inly 5.-Shortly after Ir.lO o'clock yesterday afternoon, .Mr. H. W. White and Ills family, left the Hotel Vancouver en route to Winnipeg by automobile in competition for the silver cup offered by the Vancouver Automobile cUib. In honor of Mr. White's undertaking the club gave a farewell luncheon at which the party was offered the congratulations of the citizens of Vancouver and wished , a pleasant and .successful journey. 3 i Mr. White, too, was presented with a certificate book which he will have signed at various stopping places, as proof Of the feasibility of the trip to the prairie meiropoIiB. Mayor Mc-Heath signed the first certificate, known as the "Certificate of Departure." 0 Moran 1 and Kan Francisco. .Inly 5.-Two swimming records wore broken by women yesterday at the meet of the Facific j NORTHWESTERN Spokane..............11 m 1 liulle............... 7 12 2 Webb and Shooly;' Lelfer, Meikle and Hoffman. Vancouver............ :'. 7 1 Scjitflo.............. 0 S 1 Barham and Olieek; Rose and Cad- 0 0 and COAST LEAGUE Oakland............. 0 Vernon .............. 2 Beer and Klliolt; .Mitchell Spencer. Los Angeles..........21 22 2 Salt Lake............U 13 2 Scoggins, Hogg, Ryan and Bassler; I'iercy, Dougau, Hall and Vann. Portland............. fi 12 1 Snn Franci.si:o......... 2 5 .No Ijatteries given. TROUT BITES ANGLER'S FACE No Reductions to be made on Patriotic Fund Allowances (c0ntinuei> FHOil FRONT PaGE) association of the -\uiateur Athletic j man. unio;i. Miss Olga Dorfner of rhiladel-jTiicoraa .. pliia won the woman's national oliani-iGreat Fa^ l)lonshi|) KiO-yard swim In one minute' S i-5 seconds, breaking her previous record by four-fiftlis of a second. .Mi.ss Franoo.i Cowell.s of San Francisco took the Pacific championsiiip for the r.n-yard race in 111 'A-'i seconds, tlio Iirevioiis record being .''.2 L'-fi .seconds. In the natioiuil cb.ampionsbip Miss Dorfner swam against some of the most expert uomeii swininioi'.os D'Arcy, the Australian middlewclgbl ring chnrapion, may meet at Sydney, Australia, in October. The St. Paul boxer has received a long distance telephone call from Chicago asking for his best tei-nis for a battle wltli the antipodean. A, G. Cooper of Chicago is representing the Williams booking agency of Australia and ho is coming to the Twin cities to talk over the terms with Gibbons. FRISCO INFIELDER "BBANED" UGLY DUCKLING IS WINNER St. Paul, .Minn., .July ."(.-Ugly Duckling IV., owned l)y llarry Godley, Davenport, Iowa, yesterday won the Class D 15-milo race hero In the annual regatta of tlie Mississijipi Valley Power Boat aasociation from a field of tour starters. Time, 32 mliuitos, 14 seconds or at a rato of 27.9 miles an hour. PROMOTERS GO IN HOLE "'New York, .inly fi.-Omciur llgurea tor the UlUon-.Moran light showed the Tooelpta woro $28,r.21. It the gladia tors drew the amount croditod to thorn, tho promoters must have lost a trifle more than $11,000. Oakland, Cal., .Inly ;� 5.-*-Sliortslop Coffey, of the San Francisco baseball team was bit in the head %v}th a.ball in the game here between ;San Francisco and Portland and,'was taken un-'consclous to a hospital, JIanagor Wolvorton took his place. An CV-ray pliotograph will bo' takeU; to, determine whether or not his skull wap fraic-turod. Ho was hit above the right ear by a ball pitched by Noyes. GRIFFITH SHADES WHITE Californian Can Produce Proof of This Fish Story J. A. Johnston of f^asadena, Calif., ifi ill and suffering intense pain as the result of a fish bile. In company with three friends .lohnston was fishing I'or trout in Deep Creek. Ho spotted a twelve-inch trout and tried-for an hour to land him. Wlien tho fish dodged under a rock to hide Johnston stooped down to peer imder the stone, the top of which was on a level witli the surface of tho water to see where to throw the next bait, when the wily fellow nabbed him ou the cheek and refused to let go until Howard Elniberger and Carl Chrlstensen came to the rescue and heal tho trout off with the butt of their fishing poles. Had it not been for a quart bottle of whiskey which the men Imd with them, Johnston thinks he might not be living, as the bite of the fish prov-ed as poisonous as that of a rattlesnake. His face is badly swollen and the inflammation e.xtends into his left; arm. Johnston says lie will never again go closer to a trout than from the end of his pole. WAR WILL NOT CLOSE THE AMERICAN CIRCUIT BASEBALL DIAMONDS Chicago, July 5.-War witli Mexico will liave no effect upon the playing scliedule of the American league of protossiomii liascball clubs, according to President Ban Johnson. Canton, Ohio, July 4.-Johnny Grif-nth, Akron lightweight, shaded Charley White of Chicago, here today In 12 fast rounds. Grldlth outbo.\ed his opponent, the latter failing in his el'torlB to get the Akronite to slug, excepting in tho ef&hth round. In that round White made Grifflth look had, but the Akron lad resumed his boxing tactics in the rest of the fight and maintained an edge on points. NEW YORK PLAYER HURT Washington, U. C, July 5.-Frank Gilhooloy, right fielder of the Ne-sv York .Americans, bvoko a hone in his leg sliding to third base in tho game with Washington and probalily will he unable to play tor six weeks. ily in the north is $40. while it is $5 less in the south. The Childless Wife Post-enlistment wives, consideration of whicU has caused the fund much thought, came in lor considerable discussion, and Sir Herbert stated much trouble had been caused by the young strong, recently-married wives, living with tlieir parent.s or boarding, liav-ing too mucli^money to spend. ihe central office was urging that where it was necessary the individual Quotn bo cut, that the childless wives and the recently married wives be the ones to suffer a reduction. The women witli families were the ones to receive primary consideration from the fund. In the east the childless wife gets S5 per month, and tho post-enlistment wife, until she is an expectant mother, nothing. No Rec'uction at Present 1,'pon motion of Mr. Tweedie. seconded by Mr. ISwtng, it was decided that in view of the fact that Alberta is now under the average rate pres-crlhcd by the central office, that no further reduction he made in the general avenigo grants to the dependents of the soldiers. A second motion was made by Mr. Tweedie, seconded by Mrs. Colpman. of Lethbridge, that the chairman appoint a .ioint committee of representatives of the north and south in order to arrive at an uniformity of rates. Both motions were carried. Sir Herbert Ames suggested that when the joint commlttoo on rates hold its meeting, the questions of post-enlistment wives, childless wives not keeping house and a maximum rate between tho two ilivistons of the province be thoroughly threshed out. The amount each constituency in Alberta raised up to June ;i0 was 4s follows: Northern Alberta tirade VII. to Grade Viil.-Christine Nelson. Dadmur Sandqnist, Jacob Mogcovitch, Lloyd Dunham, Alec. Alt-ken, Ujrna Simpson, Conatance Ford, Alan Hohertson, Hn(h Oalbraitb, An-a.'^tasia .Skelth, Gertie Yyman, Lillian Proctor, Percy Plunt, Robert Harvey, Marjorie Bournes, Robert Hardy, Arthur Green, Olenii Lathrop, 'i'om Hardy, Janet .VIcllvena, Dorothy Alexander, Buge;ie Farrow, Jacob Fieii-Btein, Lena �'''ienstelii, Alan Speck, Doris Stltt, Donald MarKliall, Cyril Wellington. Promoted on trial from (jrad,- VII to vm.-Marjorlo, Sherlock, Veueltia Hopwood, Milton Taylor. Gordon Morrison, Dennis Macleod, Jean Ingrnni. Grade VI. to Grade VIL-Miirgarel Straehan. niierie Mct}\ieen, .lolin I'^id-des. .lean Alnrriott, Anita Crawford, Edgar l-owlher. Jack Johnson. How-ley Kvans, Karl Prosser, Frank Dawson, Vera Dodds, Violet Sinclair, Harry Ken-, Ian Scott. Wlnnltrcd Stonely. Hose Berger, Melville Reid. Maliel .Mc-Adoo Harry Bonnell, Borden Jlutton, Willie McAdon, l.exle Scott, Arthur Day. Rosalyn McKinney, I passed on term's work). Grade VI to Grade VII. - Paddy Bowman, Kthei Jones, Kddie Selli'ns, BeiHe Hagell, Winnlfred Symonds, Naomi Grant, Avis Stacey, Carl .^and-(julst. Klsio 'Adams, Doris Morrison, Laurence Hill, Dcrtio Rannard, Leo Goodman, Lillian Bennett, Mary Hig-Inbotham, Rila Aird, Norman Cook, Avril Little. Muriel l-iyssop, Grace Bennett, Clarence Morris. Virginia Daniel, Harold Kemm, .Milton Hicks, Beth Fairfield, Kenneth Owen, Ross Haml}', Grace Hoaalne, Gunvor Hansen. Promoted on term's work, Douglas Smith. Grade V to Grade VI.-Agnes Ingram, /'hillp Hincks, i^eonard Downing, Alan Hamilton, Jamie Denoon, Frank Galbraith, .Mabel Hill, Sam Bis-aett, Muriel Hlginbolham, Grace Dawson, Robert .McCambly, John Burrell. Robert Irvine, Dorothy Playle, Dulcle Llppenwell, .Roland Ker^ Harold Mc-Nabb, Marjorie Marriott, Loma Kes-ler, Vei'na HosoHon. Howard Adams, Edward Neve, Dorothea Allison, Marjorie Seaman, Catherine Freeman, Floyd Lucha. Violet Humphries, Om-bra Kicks, Mary Archibald, Jennie Christiansen. Marlon Burrell. Promoted on term's work-Kathleen Ball, Eleanor Marrs, John Cropley, Jim Cropley. Grade IV. to Grade V. Sr.-Margaret McKee, 'Margaret Stafford, Roberta McKay, Emma Green, Lottie Blunt, Geoffrey Waddlngton, Clifitord Nei-dlg, Madeline Hbl'worth, Hugh Livle La Rita Hubbard, Harry Sinclair, AI fred Chafe, Agnes Hamilton, Muriel Kerr, Andrew Gordon, Marion Cra-w ford, Frank Day, Alex. McQueen, Geo. Marshall, Doris Niven, Edith Hol-Avorth, DeVoil Kosler, James Adams, Cecil Clarke, Eddie Chaplin, Edward Niven, Dorothy Blenner-Hassett Passed on' term's work-Louis Sa-dowski, Lillian Knapman. Grade III. Sr. to Grade V.-Winnie Scott, Sam Wyman, Kenneth Strach an, Nora Marrs. Grade IV. to Grade V, Junior Elizabeth Bfivi-ei*;  Roheri Cropley, Clarence Brown, Norman McDonald, Kathleen Hessey, Annie Cargill. Maud Huttou, Bertha Playle, Marguerite Playle, Marjorie Rosaiue. Grade HI. Sr. to Grade IV'.-Brien Home, Ralph Marvey. Grade IV. to V. Sr.-Edith Baw-den, Kathleen Colpman, 'Winnie Bur-ritt, Helen Colpman, May Hardy, Jack Church, Eric Cranstoun, Adair Simj)-son, Ivy Adams. Aeriel Carson, iMary McLeod, Francis Pimm, Myrtle Proctor, Arthur Mittord, Willie Prichard, Gustavo Spiron. Grade IV. to Grade V. Jr.-Herbert Wolsey, Tilly Goodman, Lee Fetter, Flora Paterson, George Robinson, Winnie Osborne, Orville Fairfield, Dorothy Ott, Willie Rose, Daisy Mercer, Reginald Barnard, Myrtle Rose, Charlie Burkitt, Bruce Waddell, Nellie Mills, Percy Bonnell. Passed on term's work-Bdith Ball, Teddy Gillespie, FVed Link. Grade HI. to Grade IV.-Solly Mos-covich, Abie Heller, WUlie Ashcrott, .\lyn .lohnson. Burton Crabb, Bobbie Blunt, Carl Bjorkblad, Elizabeth Fid-dls, Bernlce Cameron, Annie Alexander, Harold Raid, Allan Mackay, Jean Melvin, William MoEachern, Albert McEacheru, Kitty Goodman, Marie Porlei', Walter I-Iys.'?op. Dorothy Bu-'.;han, Mary Coupland, Joe Joyce. Er-nia Bryans, Melba Purmnn, Margxiev-ite Hill, Tom Mills, Frances frraham. Mae Packard, May Bothan, Margaret Asplin. Lily Ashcroft, Jack Blenner-Hassett, Edith Adams. Passed on term'.i work-.lane McKinney, Helen McKillop. Herachel Stover, Norma Russell, Kathleen Lca-��(((, Hllla W^fttt. Madge Hutton. Grade 111. to Grade IV.-- St. Albert............. 778.75 Stony Plain............ 1,200.00 S. Edmonton........... 2,135.88 Ponoka................ 2,�2C.0� Peace River ............ 333.60 Pembina.............. �lO-^� Victoria...... ......... ?,fi^Q.^� Vermilion ... '......... 4.090.15 Vegreville............ 4,560.98 Whlttord........'...... 2,292.48 Wetaskiwin . ... ........ 4,473.00 Wainwright ............. 2,140.85 Lethbridge............. 27,505.00 Macleod ,Med. Hat and Bedcliff'..... 2,950.00 12,740.2 Nanton................ 1,260.00 Okotoks Olds....... .. Pincher Creek .. Red Deer ..... Rocky Mountain ^tettlor .. ..� .. Taber, ....... Wai'rier .. .,. 4,847.50 2,838.25 2,225.15 S,5I5.00 17,171.76 5,14L00 7,059.21 ' 1.734.93 To Prepare Strong Casie for the Farmers (Continued imou Front Paae? Prov. Govt. Employees .. Staff of Alberta University PersonaV contrlbutlon,8, ... 1229,396.59 44,46-3.41 2,788.03 ri05.93 Total '...............183,807.27 "Summary-Statement to June 30, 1916 City ot Edmonton ......... $86,778,76 Towns and Rurkl Districts .. 83,908.64 Albertu Civil Service and Unl versity ot Alberta ....... 46,957.35 : Total..............�'J17.f>44.75 Southern Alberta -Receipts from Sept. 1, 1915 to Jmie abtu; 19161 Acadia Bqw Valley Calgary ... Cardaton .. Claresholm Cochrane .. Coronation . DidBbury . aieiiel>?^n f 3,143.65 2,574.86 86,877.79 2,648.82 2,515,00 3,88/1,30 3,4,97,45 Interest, $277,152,90 1,737.22 -� - $278,890.18 The year ends in September. DON'T E(i^ RETURN LIMIT JULY 18th*'^l - 4^ For full particular! and ticket*?^! to-'�" S, B. MITCHELL, Ticket Agcnti or any Canadian Pacific Tloltei^^ R. DAWSON, DIatplctVuMpgtr Calgary/AIW. 74 ;