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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta TtT.SDAY; JULY 18, TIIK 'LETIlriRinf.K OAir.Y TIRRALD PAGE THREE MtiHHHff LiiiaaCT N ews of the District MATINEE T-V fi TV TIP' T Sec. :i. lie. 12. M isc' near POSTPONED ONE WEEK GRASSY LAKE. (Frts'll tiio Gazette.) lOureliu municipality appointed K. j Mc'Comlj inspector for tlie wist lialf and .lolni Haurlng for the west .1. K. nMchcr imintcil dopuly reeve for the balance of Ihe year. O. 'I'. Lalhrop bonjrlit a new Kuril Wednesday. Win. l.iuhvieli bought Hie I period, but anliripated i again for a while. Tlmt ovunviirliiiil travelling under llu> I'luviiis1 pulled and old ge.ntteni'in cognomen Mnpi- hiickni.- full of rain with tin: result lhal Uie jnam-gcnieut of tht! raiT mal lim- od for Wednesday iiHenioon decided thin mornim- tlu- little iiffalr WdiiM havf in ho nillctl off. If DeutseUJand -.vert- hero, niitloubl UK- could siuso sr.rl of race, but horse swimming are not booked in Hie category i sports. Tho race track is a lake, sea of mud and a oilun- thin; foreign to race trades in partienhir. Tli" promoters of the matinee had line pnmrtmi lined ;ip and much In- I IPIVSI was displayed by followers "f j [he game liusi night the an-, j was made, HO they have decided that lovers of Kuod horse shall have their opportunity of PBcIni; the races a week from Wed- nesday it doesn't rain. This will giv..- ai! even better cliuucc to advertise the: meet. Many horse- men i'nnn south points arc interested in (lie effort to provide a little sport if] with the pon ins here, ami no doubt the affair on Wednesday afternoon, Jniy Kith, will bring a crowd to the city. j IIM a phi The people of I lie school districi held a. box at sclioclluMise, 1 miles southeast. iuv-ii. law i. Them was a and bidding lively. nio highest brought S7.50 and the avfiriiKf was The proceeds wi-iit In the baseball team and to something over Richard ('alvin'x iimi.so near Morn- ing Kiar .school was lit nick by light- ning miring Urn storm last Saturday The lightning came down one chimney and out another, knock- BASEBALL SCORES AMERICAN NATIONAL N'nv; York Boslon Cleveland Chicago...... Washington Detroit .St. Philadelphia Won -IS Lost .'14 5Sii Brooklyn :tn Itoslon York Chicago .alS jPIUsburg I SI. Louis Cincinnati Won -15 40 41 IIS 33 12 40 45 48 Pet. .800 .583 .5S4 .483 .481 .467 .468 .402 Increase Lead York. July lv. Playing with team 'consist ini: largely ol utility men. New York increased its lead ii: the Dell Wins Own Game Chicago. July Dell won his own game for Brooklyn to- day. With men ou second and third .anil Two out. the Brooklyn pitcher lunmint rare today by tw.ce (lefealiiig came t, h wlth a Detroit. Uu: scores hems to 0 nun In the lirst same Shawkey Dell and Archer. outpitL'hed only one Detroit player to reach third In tlu: gainc Lovo, a Now York youngster, shifted his first game of the season and gave1 a fine exhibition until the eighth inning, wliea Dono- van took him out after ba two hits, Iln.ssell replacing him. J. Franklin Halter will ho out ot tlm game iiidellnitcly on account nt ser- ious injuries. Detroit 0 Now York...... 2 S 1 Cunningham MelCen; Shawkey and Walters. Maine- Detroit Nfiv.- York........ Jitmeti, Cmnihighair scored the deciding run of a 2 to 1 game. BOW ISLAND (From the Of Ihe net proceeds of Hit- Domin- ion Day celebration went to Ihe Patriotic l''nml and to the Iteil Cross. A communication from Itoad Kupcr- sallefaclorily. lie tliinks the great edifice will he ready for the roof hy fall. Some Idea of the cost ami magnitude of the Irmplo can Ije realized ivhen II is known that tile sleps alone, will cost the deparlnre of Dr. Wrny this week. Raymond Is left without 1 a physician. Dr. Dice, of Magralh, has taken over Dr. Wray's practice both '.Ma A to cover both Magralh i in.emlent 10 Alnswor.l, was rea, at llic last meetine ol Mm i s ,tay. dpnllty, informing Hi- (.o.incil Hat: This seems an enormous sec, (he Provincial soverninenf had taken r. The ____1...1 f.....I., lol. UOII IO1 Oin! IIOCUJI Ml ll.llluu. lili. over (lie graded roads from How lal- i and and Burden to Foremost. Tim following weed inspectors were appointed by Forty-Mile iMunicipalily: Divisions No, 1 and 0. S. A. Jor- dan Divisions No.2 and R. ford. Dlvision-4, S. W. Lyons. Dlvl medical men sny it ciin be done witli !a car, but how ii doctor attending to a case in Spring Coulee can return to Raymond in .time to a item] to a case which means Hie or death, is hardly clear to the Leader. The illustration Blaak sales notes W62 Kerrobert town co and interested I town matters. H arr'ivud with him and in the Ualpin house on Itroadway. i dibtrictB. A bylaw was passed by I council imposing a license he pipe down, the lids off and splintering the floor :tround the stove legs, but no one burl. (irussv Lake nlaye.d Iturdetl two .-jug .south of tow games of baseball Wednesday on uc- j aii ash-pit on Friday last and count of the I'cmlen ieam railing tcj burnt itself severely upon some live aliow up to play ilie winners of the coals which had just been emptied. first game as scheduled. The first its little arms and limbs were KO ;ame went to Htmlctt lit seems to badly burned that little hope is cmtor- cil for some time iKcli" greatly in ivlif and Jaimly j aml boards of "land Mrs. Thompson petition- A-iUtio ft-monU, oM ch..d j "ui to Mr. and Mrs. A. Stephens. In-, hoei) n The poU. I tion was not granted. a The second game, a twilight affair, was called at the end of seven innings on account of dark- ness with a score of 7 lo 1. An auto party from Bow Island claims Grassy Lake and nine runs and .some of the Grassy Like seemed to think so too. Looks like it was about, as safe to bo a score keeper as an umps. lovos an umps." The school board of Uarnwell were in Glassy Lake Satin-day inspecting our school building with a view to mloptlng the plans for a consolidated tallied of the child living. At present it is an inmate of the Bow Island hospital. TABER (From the Times.) COLEMAN I'From the 1'etcr Allen and family have moved to St. Albert. Alia., whore .Mr. Allen has secured a good position. j The present occupants of the Cole- I man hotel are giving up the prem- i ises on July 'list. -A. Mutz. of Vul- can, spenl, a day in town this week and the above is the result, .lust what A. Anbin. oi the Royal Collier- wfn ,jone wjtb the hotel or how ies. was a Calgary visitor. While it will niahage'd in future" is not! there he purchased a new Maxwell: siatetj -n the present time. I car. Rev. F. T. Cook, who was stationed THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER. C.V.O.. LL.D.. D.C.L., Prclldent AIRD. General Mnnaccr II. V. K. JONES. Asi'l General V. C. HKOWN. Snperinlwidc.it ol Central Wc.itcrn IJrunelicn CAPITAL, RESERVE'FUND, J FARMERS' BUSINESS The Canadian Bank of Commerce extends to Farmers every facility for the transaction of their banking business, including the discount and collection of sales. notes. supplied free of charge on application. Lethbridge Branch R. T. Bryniner, Mgr. NON-INTOXICATING 'ALBERTA'S PRIDE' BEER FOR SALE .1, B. Lyons, of Prowse Lyons, returned home to Taber on Monday I after I Nova. a months' vacation spent -noiner of W. visiting he Harding, ii; hero. She has been daughter, -Mrs. N., Tabor, during the last Mrs. Lyons has been Gincy Wins Slugfest Cincinnati, July game here today was a slugging match. Cincin- nati winning from Boston lo C. The local (cam made six doubles and three 'triples off Nehf and Heulbadi seven innings they j liosion.............. R 11. 1 I Cincinnati............ 9 1 Nehf, Utjulbacli, Hushes and Tra- Igi'cssor; Knetzer and Wiugo. St. Louis Beats Giants St. Louiif, York got 1 two weeks. Hcndrix and i living at. Burley Idaho D. fj. Davies. cashier of the local I Union Bank tor some time pasi, baK been tnmsforred back to Macleod. Philip Craddock who has been drilling for water during the ptist two weeks has snccceeded in getting a Knod flow at seventy feet in a good [JIJj i local ion. He lias the well curbed worked. and 'Walters.- imtiv'.six hits'off Doak and St." Louis defeated New York today 5 to 1. The locals scored two runs in" the fourth on two triples, a single and an A triple and a sacrifice fly net- Cleveland Wins Washington, July 17. Cleveland won from Washington toclajp for the third time since the seaaou opened; A j vjfiitors' one run in the sixth. tlic Kcoro was 7 to 5. Local pitchers: York 1 were wild and had poor support. Cleveland 7 12 2 Washington.....'...... ii fl Klepfer, Bcube and O'Neill; Harjier. now and will be putting in a pump shortly. VULCAN. (From the Advocate.) letter has be- !i received in town from Ptc. Harry Mould wlio was wounded during the re'cehr. which the Cana- Tlie following is "No flmibt you can heavy ffehting in part look part. of the letier have heard of all our fighting it certainly has been warm. I Shaw and Henry. One for Boston Boston, July .scored three rum! in the opening Inning to- day, defeating St. Louis to '2. St. Louis............. 2 S 3 Plunk. Finehcr and Hartley; Leo- nard ami Carrigan. Chie.ago-Philr.iiPlphia, postponed on account of rain. NORTHWESTERN Fargo-Mnorehead 5; Winnipeg 0. Duluth 0: Superior 3. AMERICAN ASvSOCiATlON St. Paul (i; Columbus 5. Minneapolis 1; Toledo D. Milwaukee 4; Louisville I. Kansas City 3; Indianapolis 6. INTERNATIONAL Providence 4; Montreal 2; Montreal 3. Newark Toronto 1, Toronto 0. lEichmond 10; Buffalo 2. S; Buffalo 11. Baltimore 5; Rochester 0. No games in Northwestern or Coast leagues. Overseas our boys must suffer the impurity and scarcity of drinking wa- ter, while we at home enjoy the refresh- ment of ADAMS' TUTTIFRUTTI GUM What acceptable gift for soldier frlfcnds than a box of Tuiti Frutti. Twenty pack- ages of thirst-allaying .re- freshment. Keeps Ihe mouth moist. Five mellow fruit flr- vots give variety soldicra Crave. Each stick wrapped in wax paper and tinfoil en- sures perfect condition on arrival. Your dealer can give you Tuiti Frutti by the box. Ask him. ORIGINATORS and Philadelphin-Pittsburg, postponed on account of wet grounds. now safely say that 1 saw four go down through uiy bad shooting. (Of Mt 5 11 11 course. I only meant to scare them, Doa.j I do not want to i5ce the same sights again nnless I have to, but. 1 suppose we shall see lots more' ynt before this terrible war is over. There is one in the long run we must win and the sooner the Huns get down to it and 'give us any soil of a sporting chance the soooncr we can clean them. Tho naino of Bert Lang has re- cently appeared in the casualty list nnunig the lolled. Bert. Lang was at ono time on the Vulcan branch of the Bank of Hamilton staff... TABER DEFIES THE LETHBRIDGE "ANCIENTS" Old Timers, the Taber Crescents have hurled a del'i ;u you for a game oft hull! What are you going io do it cocky Travers Tim Taber Ore-scents ar outfit who got trimmed by aggregation Hie oilier any. Wishing Ic.ain a tew of Hie finer points oi the game before tackling the Travel's to sci agitn thc> would liki to tonio to -Lcthbrldgct to 'engage the Old Tim- aggisgition in con bat on the diamond. It is up to oi the Old L inn is 10 speal J efhbiidge i in a pouiJlai position as regards baseball this year in that 1 1 kunc ue phjod on UETTA GOES IF WEATHER: IS, FINE TheVe will be tons of fresh water in Henderson Park lake tomorrow af- ternoon for the big regalia- lo be staged by the Lethbridge Aquatic club. This will lie an open regatta, j and the medals which were to have j been distributed at tho opening meet j Iio two weeks ago will be awarded as prizes tomorrow. It the weather.Is fine the regatta will lie staged so the, half holiday crowd will have 'sonic- where to go. The feature of the races r this year are the sailing competitions; Th'ero are about ten sailing boats lined up Tor the fray and with the right kind of wind' this.makes the exciting event of the afternoon. ARREST BASEBALL GAMBLERS IN BUTTE Bulte, Mont.. July T. Pos- tell and O. E. McCanlcy were arrested at Ifohgen baseball park today on j charges of. betting oir the SUntte-Se- j altle ball games. The arrests urc the 1 nr.il to be made in Montana on 'this j chtirge, it is believed, nhd are the re- J suit of-determination" on tho the local basehnll club to put an end to' baseball gambling. St. lid.. -July Chavox of Trinltlad, was given a rtcdsion'ovor C.'iir-; Hayes, of, India'n- apoiis here Sunday. The weigh- ed-122 pounds. feet high and nicely headed out. .lines S. Anderson spent the .week- end in Cardston on business. -He re- operations on the temple to be HIGH RIVER. (From the Prior to leaving for the east" to reside- Geo. -K. Buck was presented with :t gold -watch by'High River Masons. Ahs VIu i i> llendiie, of Hamil- ton. 'Out.; through to the coast on -he.r way to Bkagway, Al- aska. .Mrs. Hendric will visit with friends iu High Hiver on her return JOI 1110. Mrs. Thompson secretary of the High River exhibition, has been fortunate in securing permission Kiltie, battalion, for the appearance in on the second day of Hie exhibition, of the famous Kil- litj band. incidents of the wnr are always interesting. Here is one of particu-' far local interest. More than a year :of army horses High Hiver, and in eluded "in thr bunch of horses bought were several head from the j Itilcy Thomson ranch. .Frank Crozier was an employee on the issisted in the brep.Jiiiyc I the horses. Later' Crozier, went, .with, the .Canadian for.cos; and eventually was' sent to 'Ut'c? front in France. Writing some wnelis ago to Mr Thomson, he described his glad surprise in meeting "Goldie" on the battlefield. "Goldie" Is a very beautiful animal of. the vcolor. which suggested his name, and is one of the bunch of High River horses sold from the ranch named. He is ridden by a commanding officer named'Fos- ter, who has made a pet of it. is .the ambition of the officer to bring the horse back with him when he returns to Canada. The 'beauty of "Goldlo" has made tho ''Flying U liar" brand of the Thomson R. RIley ranch well known within the lines. Private Croxier, in a later letter, men- lions having also seen ".Major." an- other of tho bunch. Private Crozier also says, that, tho Canadians have' during the, past, few weeks knocked; the devil out of old and you. inay bo'sure thai, they will continue to do HO. ,HR doscribeV the country' as a veritable garden', and the crop's' are great, 'lovor saw hotter any- wliere; the people are a good cldss, and they -have a good .class of horses. The wnatiicr has been cool all sum-' mer. At the time of Crozier, was on rest-billet for a shgrt will enter college after the holidays. Mr. Shaw will still .be stationed at Blairmore as inspector of mines in the Rocky Mountain districts.. KILLED IN JAPAN Tokio, July A. P. Campbell and his wife. Canadian mis- sionaries, were stabbed to death early yesterday morning in their summer cottage at Karuiaawa by a burglar. The weapon vised was a Japanese The Lethbridge Brewing and Malting Co., Ltd. Phone 554 cottage, after awakening the missionaries, demanded money. This the intruder plunged a short sword into Campbell's breast, mortally wounding him. Mrs. Campbell struggled heroically with the assailant, and was stabbed epeatedly, succumbing to her wounds a few hours later. At the point his sword the burg- lar, ttie police say, forced the Japan- ese maid to disclose the cash box, and lie then uade his escape with which it contained. Rev. Mr. Campbell recestiy volun- teered for service with a Canadian contingent, in the European war, and was about to return home. Hev. A. p., Campbell and Mrs: Campbell were sent out to 'the far east by the Methodist church in Canada. They had been engaged in cvangelis- tc work in Japan since Sept., 1913. Karuiaawa is a small town ai an elevation of 31SO in Shinano pro- vince, S7 miles northwest of Totiio, .Protestant there between July and September to discuss church and missionary quea-. tions. Both from Toronto "Toronto, July W. A, F. Campbell land, his wife were both from Toronto, the former being a recent graduate of Victoria college, ordained in 1913, and the latter a graduate oE a Methodist deaconness training school in this eity, had been in Japan less than two years, having left this city in August 1914. Rev.. Mr. Campbell preached one year in To: rdnto. WERE ALL SAVED Charleston, S. C., July. the 142 men who abandoned the naval collier Hector, when she grounded last night, are safe aboard the tug Wil- mington and the Igihthouse tender Cypress. Capt. Bryan of the Charles- ton navy yard announced early today. Major Woodman -Leonard; D. S. 0., of London, who has commanded the 12th Field Battery at the front since the first Canadian contingent reached the firing line, has been recommend- ed for promotion to a position It is a favorite summering-place for commanding four batteries, Model 75 B 890 f. o. b- Toronto, Ont. 4 cylinder en bloc motor K 5" stroke 4-inch tirw, non-tkid Cantiltrer reur body Electric starter Electric lights Roaditer ourin 50 Miles per Hour! The new Overland Series 75 B is smashing all power and speed records for low priced cars. The motor is a wonder, 50 miles an hour is not its limit. Nor is 20 to 25 miles unusual on a gallon of gasoline. Cantilever springs and 4-iiich tires insure riding comfort on the toughest road you can find. Come in and see the world's most powerful low priced car. S. WILLIAMSON CO., 320 9TH STREET SOUTH LETHDRIOGE, ALTA. RHONE 1548 LimiUd Hwd Offic. Work., WMt Toionti, Ont. ;