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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta TIH'HSHAY, JT1A' III HMO 'When you realize the tryinjj of poor drinking wntcrcndured by our boysat the front you will not hesitate long at what to oenil them, LKTimRIDfiK DAILY MKRALD PAGE THREE GUM by the box, is like a refresh- ing oaaia to the soldier ill the trcnchus. Twenty pack- agea oi" thirst-allaying good- ness keeps tlic mouth always moist. Thu five mellow fruit flavors offer the variety de- sired for such a quantity. The package clips easilyinto the pocket. Each stick wrap- ped in wax and (infoil arrives unharmed by the voy- age. Your dealer can supply you Tutti Frutti by the box. Ask to-day. ORIGINATORS Cubs Still Losing liIttiKu. -July Tlic PhflltaK unded I'nukani 1'or woven hits in thu lourili and fii'ili loday ami ad- nlstarcMl llio ('ubs first straight, do- lo New Yankees Take Tumble York. July 11 CUiVehiml oust- ed, tin; Nri'v York Americans from llic lJiy whon UK: Yiiiihcos were in both of a double tin.' srm-us IH-MIR 1 to 0 and The lirsi was a pitch- haltk: iK'twt-cii CaUhvfsl! ami Bag- Sea- j by. run diM-idiiif.' tin; f-anu: in visithiK favor. hi the second I'hllai Dcmaici; and Hurns; I'at-kard tnn. liendrix and Fischer. (Joilld. a recruit from Davenport Braves Beat Pirates held York lo two hits unlit the Pittsburp. July defualcd I eighth imiiiiR. whon IK: allowed four Pittslinrg iicri- today I! 10 B. winning r'ovdcsldo relieved him. Clevc- tbc game in the eighth inning. Four iami liits. two bases r.n balls and three resulted in all of thoir Boston............... I'. Rudolph. HariiL'.s, Hughes CJc.wdy: Maniaux, Cooper and Gibson, Wilson. Shut Reds Out Cincinnati. July buttle that, only lasted six won the Willie by scoring four runs on two Irijib's. two singles runs. ifiii.Mil out. Sm-aker bit Fisher f; a Iriple and singles. "i 1 n Alexander. Second g; Daly; laid well and (J 11 of rain. New York won the second game of the series bore today Walters. tn II. New York's only run was made on an error. Schlllz allowed une Baseball Game at Barracks Was i hit but that brought npyie. who sci-ond on Crilhth's urror lot his lly. New York............ 1 1 0 i Cincinnati 0 2 1 I Anderson and Hariden; Schulz and Winso. Souls, rain. Gould, Coveieskie ami Daly; Fisht Htii-vico lo On largo Twin Hcniw New and Lo dutc At, low rates Lteht, comforlabln rooms Donaldnon Uno StumJard Service On ovnry steamer Non-Kollors and Htcaily at us toll you aboul tin.1 InterestliiK trip across llic Atlantic No trouble lo answer questions Encjnlrj from any Hailroad or S.S. Agont, or DONALDSON LINE H. E. UDMAN, General Agent Winnipeg, 449 Main St. Ph. M. 5312 Vancouver, 531 Granvjlle St. CISC THE IMPS I Li RIVAL 191 SHED JAM Grain Looking Gastern Visitor Impressed i Uai'ons, July Special to the are now rei.-niving ill wealth of sunshine and no one ci.'iild wish for wealher more suited Kir do- voloiling the wheat crop which at llii'j present limn bids fair :o Ihe I iccord of the 1915 crop. The grain :s rapidly out and in a fc'v di.ys the lllir.t: process will A great rMiiy of our from sunonndiim country vH'ited tin: exhibition at y Htek. Tlic Council of tin' Municipality of l.'llle Bow hold ils monthly meeting in the office hern yesterday. Mr. Moir of Ottawa. Out., father of H. .Moir. is visiting here. This is .Mr. .Wolf's first visit to Barons and he. is very favorably impressed willi the appearance of the district. i Mr. Frank Steinbart, keeper of the {Arnold Hotel, left for the I'.S. on Sat- We understand that in future Some Splendid Claybird Shoot- in Khaki Present jthe hotel will he conducted by Mrs. ________ j Henry Frey, along up lo date- lines. j Mr! and Mrs. .McKenzie Welsh Devotees of the shotgun had an en-, leave OH Saturday for a ten days' visit joyable time at the traps lasl evening. I with friends at Winnipeg. Hunter McMillan was high gun, I Mr. and Mrs. Joe of Calgary breaking every one of his targets, thus j are visiting their uncle Mr. II. -M. making a perfect score Called in (he Eighth on Account of Darkness Welsh. bad a visit from., E. G.! We are sorry to learn that Pte. liar-; White ot Otlawa. who IK the repre- Hanscni of the lilst Battery is ill! ton's pitcher gave IX'lroi! a 4 to 2, ot the 197th battalion I wl- Rtn- J Ol I'Molliodisi church, leaves this week With tlie score ten all and llio mantle ot evening ahont drawn, ihe Old mid the Miner-s of ('om- morco agrcod to let it go at that and call the ball at the mounted police barruclts last night a dra cniircii, leaves mis 101 victorv totUiv. Poor throws by Neil-iare m the city for recruiting purposes C 1 ID 1 L C man flguriiil" in both nins scored by had Uien- lirst exigence shooUng DOarO tO Washington, while Detroit's runs were the traps last night. Lieut. Doiuimi, j yjce nexi eveiiin'- vill ho con- j XT earned. I who is the machine gun ofilcer of his (lu'ctcd by Mr vemiablcs. I INUrSC Detroit.............. 4 11 4 i battalion, showed Ins prnticency by j Qn Tu'esday evening Mr. A. (low, _____ Washitmtuii.......... 2 4 n quickly adapting hfmsoir to the new i ntstrin npnntv Oraiid Maxtor nf the of The contest was in the hist the eighth inning and the Old Timers ing their mm at bat when the game ended. They had two men j on bases and out :it thta period and clKinces oi Coring cuoush runs lo win the game Icokeii bright. Catcher Ward ot the visiting team threw up his bunds at. this juncture and declared he couldn't soe the ball any more, and while he was making appeal to the umpire to atop the ne. Green, who was on third for the Old Timers, stole home ami tied the score. This started a pow wow among the players ami the umpire appealed to the captains of the teams to make a decision, and the game was amicably settled as a draw by them. Williams pitched good ball for the Old Timers' for throo innings but was handicapped after that when he whs hit on the pitching arm by a pitched ball when at bat. Lund was ready to go in In Williams' place at any time, but be too was suffering from a sore arm and he was noi, called upon to relieve Williams until the seventh Buffalo INTERNATIONAL n 7 S U SniaHwood and Egan; Bader Onslow. I Providence...... Rochester...... Tinciip. Kayrcst and Hale. Second Providence Coveieskie and linker; Harper, Du- mout, Galliu and Henry. Athletics Twice Bite Dust Philadelphia, July Louis 'won both games here today, the first quickly adapting nimseii to me new i Di t L Delmty Graml jiastor of the TrWi-ivum contlitionB and breaking 18 out of the fo carmangay to instal L and 1 4 10 13 Blackbur and s to 10 1. and the other in 10 innings, 2 The visitors hit the deliveries 25 birds shot at. Following are the P. Livingston H. McMillan Dr. Gallivan 25 weni o aranay o the officers of Little Bow Lodge for j in ihe ensuing term. After the installat-' ni Rochester Baltimore of i-Iasselbacher and Williams hard in .Urn first same, while Plank kept j "over {PhiladeliJhia's scattered. In the HiinB {second contest Johnson tied the score.1'- the ninth on his triple and's J- A- loombs ,.1 '1 0'sacrifice hit. and the visitors won in 0 I! Ojthe 10th on Marsana' sacrifice bunt, Peters and Yelle; liili and Casey. [Meyers' wild throw and a wild throw H. E. Macdonald. Joe Bonfadini Toronto Newton, and Winsto McKee. Second game- Baltimore 3 7 Toronto............. 4 9 0 lorrissette and McAvoy; JIcTigue and Kelly. Richmond............ 10 3 Montreal............. 17 1 Rosa and Reynolds; Fnllen- wcider and Madden, llowley, Moran. 0 fi Shocker" nnd Philadelphia'.'.'.' i 10 4 D. und Hartley; 1-lasselbacher, G; i ing to be held 'Within the next Cort- 'night. or ion ceremony u very pleasant lime j The Nursing Mission, which has t was spent with refrpshments and been doing the nursing work for the i speeches in the basement ot the hall, schools, will not he required when the board employs a nurse. A rcso- Jlutiou thanking the mission for the good work done in the past was I adopted. The matter of repairs to the schools during the summer was dealt with land the following contracts awarded: iTo Geo. Perry and Alex UuCullougu, for putting in sidewalk to Galbraith school, Smith Bros, and Wilson Williams and Meye Second ame (10 innings) St. Louis Inning. Lund's arm wa dition to let oat, not in con- proved suf- ilciently puzzling to his opponents at NORTHWESTERN Vancouver Great Falls 6 11 S 1 Philadelphia 1 2 Davenport, Hamilton and Severoiil; Myers and Meyers. Two for Boston Boston, July The Reel Sox won another double header from Chicago today, the scores being 2 to 1 and 3 to 1. Ill the eighth inning of the open- ing game errors by Terry, who went to' short when Weaver was put off the field by Umpire Evans, gave Bos- ton the winning run Tha local, took that. Crisp und l-hnyorlli. Seattle........... 20 15 jthe lead in ilie first inning of tlie contest wlien Barry singleil. i 10 13 71 Lewis doubled and Mcllullen threw B. Currle occupied iho mound for I Rose and Cadraaii] hadly to first on Gainer's bounder. the Commerce toys, and lie is n real M iklo nd jioffmall. Chicago.............. J pitcher, and he. showed that he was 3 5 7 Boston............... 'a'-oma.............. ,1 Russell anil Lapp; Shore and Oady. Marion W. Savage Passes Away After Famous Horse Checks In .ill through tlie Ramn. Hu was re- llnvert in Hie seventh by Gillette, but for is very mysterious. The Old Timers led until the sixth inning. and Brandow scored in the first for them, and in the third, with three men on (lie buses, Mc- Killop smashed out a three-base hit to left field, cleaning the bags and bringing up the total to six, Evans having scored before .McKillop poked out his big hit. Green, Uuid and Mur- phy were the runners to cross the plate when McKillop swatted the hall. Two meii were (Unvii at th? time. Visitors Score in Fourth The Ojd Timers licpt tlie Miners rii'nless until tins founh inning. In this inning Rutkie, Gillette and L. Currie scored for the visitors. Gil- lette scored in the next inning by some daring baso stealing, and in the sixth the Miners got. within one run of the Old Timers when Currie scored his second run of the game. The score was 6 to 5 in favor of tlie Old Timers when the Miners went io hat. in Ihe seventh, the eventful session, which lilll the visitors ahead by four runs, McDonald, Gillette, n. Currle, L. Cur- rie am! R. Ward making the grade. The Old Timers came to bat in their liiUf of the seventh with Illooti in their eye. and as a result Lund, Mnrpliy and II. Dunsworth negotiated the cir- cuit. This hi-tutglil. tlie score up to to 111. "In theii) half of the eighth the Miners went out in quick order, and it was during tlie Old Timers' turn nt bat in this session that, the game caino to an abrupt conclusion after Green stole home and tied the score. Tlie batting order of the teams fol- lows: Old shortstop; Ev- ans, third base; Brandow, centre field; Green, catcher; Lund first base; Mur- lihy. left Held; L. Dunsworth, 2d base; McKillop, right Held; Williams, pitch- er; Dunsworth. first h'jse. Ward, catcher; B. Cnrrie, pitcher; McDonald. 1st base; Rutkie. 2nd base; Gillette. 3rd base; Currie. shortstop; L. Currle, right Held; R. Ward, centre lield: Urown, left Held. at hat M" Wlllinnis In the seventh. Score by Old Timers 204 Commerce 000311 Downing and Cannon. The latter relieved the former when the former wos culled homo on account of fiickness in his family. KID WILLIAMS WON Haltimoro, July Manslicld, Kugland, unit In the lifth round In a scheduled ten-round bout tonight with Kid Williams of Chicago, ban- lam heavyweight imgllist. Spokane Sutherland and Baldwin; Webb and Sheely. PACIFIC COAST San Francisco.........15 19 2 Salt Lake.......... .3 52 Steen and Sepulveda; Hall, Dougan and Hannah. Los. Angeles.......'. 5 13 Johnson, Mitchell and W'nalih Horstman, Stamiridge and Bassler. Portland............. 5 12 Oakland NORTHERN Fargo-Moorehead...... 1 5 4 Winnipeg............. 1" J Wright and Bachant; Stevenson and Berger. Duluth.............. 1 5 1 Superior............. Culvert and Withrow; Johnson and Erickson. tr TENNIS NOTICE 1 Second game Chicago.............. 1 G 2 Boston............... G 0 Williams, Cicottc and Sclialk; Leo- nard and Carrigan, Agnew. St. Paul, Mian., July Savage, miiltontvre manufacturer and railroad owner of Minneapolis, died at Hill Crest hospital of heart, failure at C o'clock tonight, just 32 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Minneapolis.......... 1 5 Indianapolis and Land; Carter and La- Hagerman. Sothoron and Roche; [Kansas City William longe. I Milwaukee............ 2 3 Columbus S 12 1 0 Comstock and Mayer; Brady and 2 Colemau. hours after the peerless Dan t'atcn, ing. A large concourse of friends'fol- n n__T, the horse that helloved nearly as dear lowed the remains to their last rest-! !y as one ot his! family, died at the inB place at the Roman Catholic Dan Patch slock farm. etery. '4 Both Mr. Savage and his famous A couple of storekeepers have been I tno "r. horse were taken sick on July 4. Mr. the victims recently of sueak thieves 'f1' Jails and tie Savage was taken to the hospital that i entering their places of business and 5' t' day to have a minor operation per-1 rifling the till. In-one insl alien Ino -n'ed the Dominion Burns and H. Elliott. F. Elliott. Toledo Humphries, Sanders and Hargrave; Pierce. Bailey. Bediellt and Sweeney. St. Paul-Louisville, postponed. p.m. turn for the worse er, y a small town in Ohio, March 26. 1859. of 12 to 5. the Waterloo county conn- j Fi-oni His birthplace he went to Iowa, jell passed a resolution asfemg the lieu- In 18SC he came to Minneapolia. where tenant-governor-m-coimcll not to sane- w p of the name Berlin Calgary. July football game between the JiSth (Lethbridge) and 137th teams ended in a tie. the .score being one oacli at the final blow of the referee's whistlu. Both teams This evening the church put uu a stubborn tlcfonrc. and the tonniB clubs of the rity, Knox, followers of the old Runie say it. was Wesley and St. Augustin's, will of the best of soccer Htagc tlieir test games to de- cide the players who shall represent the respective dubs in the men's single tourna- parts. The 113th were the first to score, lti ...x... v, after 10 minutes of play. The 137th ment to be played early next came back strong in the second period week between the three clubs mentioned. All players are re- quested lo be at ihe courts early. rushed the Killics off llieir feet a few moments, finally tying the score with a nice Hick from centre. The next meeting of these two ttants will bo watched with a great deal of [interest. __ n shirts can appreciate ali thai the W.G.tfR- label stands for. If you wul take the positive of all thcnegan'vcqualitiesthatyou find inz'bjipin" shirt, you will have some idea of what the label really represents.. Cardston, July At the regular meeting of Lee's Creek Lodge 123, I.O.O.K..Cardston, Thursday night last, the following officers were installed for tlie coming year by D.D.G.M., W. G. Ward; V. Christie: N. G. W. Sheffield; G.Oland; Ferguson; Scott; .W. Stevinson; H. Macintosh; Ottowell; -S. school, ?lSa; 51111111 wros. ami VVIIEUJI R g Aldridge; Bax- for covering dormers at Central. Oal-jtor; Weston; Ibraitli nnd Fleetwood. J3S5; to John R T. Ottowell: I. G. Dan Patch, braitn Believe Samuel Baldwin HasijMiott, for plaster at West Been Drowned While for a principal tor I'lSning Central school were received but no t________ decision has yet been made. Principal Brandow of Cranhrook, B. C.. July Sch00l was present and gave the board to the the meet-1 jjgiires showing that another room ing of the city council held this morn- j jn school will have to be opened ing a matter of celebrating the second September 1st. The mat- anniversary of the war was discussed. was referred to the school man- August 4th will wiluess tlie second i agemcnt committee, year of the struggle, The t o D K. wrote thanking tlie The searcli for Samuel Baldwin goes board for Itfi co.0peration Ja the clifly-. on without encouraging results. The among the school children woods in the neighborhood of Swan- sea have been thoroughly searched and no trace of him found. Constable McGuffie left again for the scene ibis morning with a fresh crew ot" men, those engaged in the search tor the past couple of days being' about ex- i haustcd. The river is being dragged.! A big log- jam has formed in the nar- j row passage, caused by the recent high water und it is thought probable the body will be in this pile of lumber. The funeral of the late Bridget Kennedy took place yesterday inorn- G. ____, ________ _. Calrncross. After the installation, speeches were made by the new officers as called upon. Refreshments were served by some of the hoys, aiul a pleasant evening was spent. Lee's Creek Lodge in on the in- crease. Their present membership is 34, but four new members are now go- ing through, and others are in sight. Mr. Hodge, Presbyterian mission- ary at Boundary Creek was a guest at the Cardston Manse from Monday to Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Summerton and little son of Btindary Creek are guests this week of Mr. and Mrs. Gagnebin.' jng. A large concourse of fol- for the past year, and for the mone and socks received from the children. development j Iron springs u_ p. A. its sec- nver of electric j Ond annual picnic yesterday at the Falls without i springs store. It was an ideal formed. He was considered to be re- j thiev covering from it successfully until 5 today, when he suddenly took e suddenly took and did not rally. WATERLOO WANTS TO CAUSE DELAY Berlin, Out.. July a vole Dominion The promoters are an incorporated company, the Thompson, Porter Cat- foundation of the Savage fortune was laid. WELSH TO FIGHT LABOR DAY Freddie Welsh has signified his in- tention to engage in a 20-rounrt bout at Colorado Springs. Labor Day, op- ponent to bo selected.______________ tion the town, or any other name that may bo agreed upon. ..ea ,.m in "the ranids below p ce a lu Knox Sunday School Picnic Games ian "half of the dam to Canada at the initial cost pins a percentage and to make agreement as to the charge to be made Cor power. The government will appoint a com- mittee. nual picnic at Hi yesterday. There Girls' Walking Race, over 10 years, 5 50 yards: 1, Alary lliginhoUmm; Bessie Smith; 3, Reta Aird. was' a good R-aCGlo will have a great crop of seed to inept the demand from all over the .coun- try. Ottawa, July was made this morning from the head- quarters of the Liberal party that' a meeting of the Liberal National Ad- visory committee organized last fall wil! be hold in Ottawa beginning on Tuesday night next. The Advisory committee which consists of 56 repre- sentatives from all Provinces will ue Boys Race, and under, ou yns: i, sciuauviis num Geo. Young; 2, Chas. Sang; W. Rid- Jin session for a eon pic Boys' Race, 14 and over, 100 yds: 1, I Geo. "Young; 2, w. Ridpaih: 3, Chas. Avrll Little 1. Violet Bennett; Violet Cant." j----- Girls' Three-Legged Race, 10 and Sang, under 50 yards; 1, Ethel McVean ami Boys' Three-Logged Race. 10 nnd un Miriel Kerr der- 50 Jftmle Denoon and Girls' Three-Legged Race, 11 and j Allen Ridpath; 2, Charley Burkitt and over, 51) yards: 1, Muriel Hlglnbotham j and Mary Scott. nd ary Scott Three-Logged Race, over 10, Girls' Peanut Race, under 10, 50 yds. 50 yards: 1, C. Sang and L Dunham; c-.ji.i. 2, R, Crabb and W, Rose: 3, Rid- 1, Kathleen Colpman; 2. Edith Gowan; 3, Helen McKillop. Girls' Peanut Race, over 10 yrs: 1, VinlcfGant; Scott Alice Beaton; 3, Alary (lirls'- Walking Race.- under 10 years, 50 yards: Muriel Kerr; 2, May 3, Kathleen Colpmau. path and (i. Young. Boys' Boot. Raco: 1, Ridpath; 2, Bruce Waddell; 3, Jamie Oenoon. Uoys' Wheelbarrow W. Rid- path and G. Young; 2, C. Sang and L. Unnham; a, Alan Ridpath and J. Do tions of national finance, establish- ment of rural credits, welfare of ro- turned veterans, technical education, transportation problems, etc, will pre- sent their reports for discussion at the meeting next week and for furth- er consideration at a future meeting. CHURCHMEN GIVE 'PEG PASTOR THOUSAND DOLLARS Winnipeg, July B. N. -Mar- shall, -retiring pastor of tile Klrst Bap- tist church here, has been presented with an envelope containing and a note conveying the good wish- es of. his congregation. THRESHING WHEAT BY ELECTRiCiTY Abilene. July the first time in Kansas, so far as is wheat is being threshed bv electric power. Nine wheat here have organized a co operatic e company, purchased an outfit ind se cured current over a transmission e. They claim the cost n oO per it Ifess than threshing bj bteain GLYCERINE AND BARK PREVENT APPENDICITIS The simple mixture of buckthorn" hark, glycerine, etc., known as Adler i-ka, astonishes e, people Because Adleri-ka acts on BOTH lovi er and upper bowel. ONE SPOONFUL relieves almost ANY CASE ion, sour stomach or gas. It removes such surprising foul matter (hat 1 few doses often relieve or prevent appen (iicitis. A-'short'treatment Uil'pa chrojt- ic stomach trouble. The INSTANT, easy action of Adler-i-ka U ttstm.Ibli fo Drug- gists. Advert. ;