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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 3, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JUNE THE LKTHBRIDfiK DAILY HKHALD PAGE THREE THE SEA FIGHI FOR SALE BY D. E. MACDONALD, GUNSMITH 407 5th St., S. Phone 1032 AMERICAN Woii Lost I'uL. 24 1C Cleveland 2fi IT .ii'Jf. York 2U. Hi ..V71I Boston 22 IS .iiSO Chicago 18 '21 AM Detroit 1.8 23 St. Louis us 2.r, 15 2-1 Tail Enders Beat Leaders Kt. Louis, June 2. St. Louis tool; Hit; last niimo of the- series from Cleve- j hind. here toduy, 2 to I. I'rat's triple-. in Iho first, scaring Austin iind Sisiur j won. for Hut locals, Weilman was. tf- fectlvu in iiU but (lies sixth inning, j wlMMi Cleveland bunchod thruu hiis Tor a run. ('luvulamr 1 ii J JSL Louis 2 1! Kiupl'er, Coinhe und O.XeiH; Wuil- man. Meadows ami Seven) id, lion- N'o other games scheduled. NATIONAL Brooklyn New York Philadelphia Cincinnati IMllshurg Boston St. Louis Pirates Beat Brooklyn Brooklyn, June bunch- j Gil three hits oft Appleloti in the sec-! INTERNATIONAL Won Lost Pel. Richmond 3 8 2 i'2 la Newark......'........... 4 13 L'i .-Hit; Ross and Reynolds; Hrnallwood mid 2] is Esnn. I'O lil Baltimore -1 8 i' .-1X11 Providence U 10 2 Tipple, Tbonnalilcn and .McAvoy; i Peters and Yelle. A'12 Rochester and i Buffalo and Amsterdam, via London, .June Hcrlin newspatiors comn'ientlng on tlio naval battle of Wednesday off .Jutland i declare, that tin- German iiiivy longed fervently for this sea battle for 22 months. Admiral Von llot'e describes i llio battle in the following manner; Uerman sea fjeet was steaming northward with iti> scouts i pushiiiK forward in all directions, whtiii thn British high sea fleet ap- 1 full strength and confident that it was about tint mastery of the Xin-ih sen. (jrcat Britain'H Allies had j clearly out the inadequacy of iicr and demanded stronger I i i'ii a in's first step was (o send out th? lleet, mil as in the ac- I tioii of .kunii'Vy, JIH5, German alull and accuniU' firing stood the tesi i i Kfjitarlrun action against the heavy calibre pins of Hit; British "drontl- noughts. torpedo lirf.t successfully attacked the British J ships ol'f lilt; liur. several L-uyago- 1 nit; occurred and the Brilish used their superiority in attempt to j cut off the retreat ot Genii tins to j tlio south with their fastest and strong- est armed units. They also attacked coMtincoiiHly during the night by j dashes of tlicir torpedo fleet. That torpedo defences work-. ed splendidly is shown by heavy loss- incurred by British fioiiflas." YANKEES HAVE COSTLY MEN owl inning and three more off ,Mar- in the seventh today, all they got during the game, and won Iho ..opening battle of their eastern invas- ion by 5 to i N'ick Cnllop cost tbe Yankees i 000 and. from all accounts the price Pittsbtirg.............. r. n 0! Brooklyn............ if 1 nauax, Gibson; Applcron, Mar- j two years ago: he went to the Nick Cullop Secured for and Is Worth it paid was not too high. Cullop show- nromise while with the Cleveland guard, Mails and .Meyers. Be i Federal league and was ranked as the best left-hander in that organization. lie of tbe series today by j jn to 1, getting both their1 the final- inning. Chicago.............. 2 Boston.............. 1 7 (i McConaoll, Lavender, Packard and Archer; Tyler and Gmvdy. Ninth Inning Tally Philadelphia. .lime Louis ral- lied in Hie r.intii inning today and hatted out a victory over Philadelphia 3 to 2. St. 3 Philadelphia.......... i' Ames, Williams, and Synder; Do- j maree and Burns. i well with the bat and in the field at. I Miicon that .Manager Donovan of the New York Americans lias decided to purchased Pitcher Russell from Rich-! moml for Pitcher Mogridgc from Lies Moines for Pitcher. .Markle and Catcher Al Waters from! Waco'for Alexander, another! catcher, was purchased from tbe Kan-1 sag.City club of the American assoc-i lation for Gilhooley, star of- Industrial league. NO m mm London, Jur.e Admiral Hebbinghaus, director of Jthe German admiralty, in making the announce- I ment of tbe sen battle in the Reich- J stag, gave no new details of the light otiier than what' had been officially announced by the admiralty, accord- ing to a telegram from Berlin for- warded by Renter's Amsterdam cor- respondent. "No complete statement of our u Jim- he said in conclusion. "Of course, seme of our ships were severely dam- aged. The main portion of our fleet returned to the harbor with the and suns stood the test of battlu well." TKeCmtoflhe 1 13th Highlanders Overseas Battalion Officer Commending A. W. Price-Jane: Senior Major Major HaakaJ Paymaster Captain Jvlmiior.c Quartermaster Caflam I'vla l Officer Captain Leech Captains Slcelloa, MCcCulrt. ll'alla Mctuor. Overseas Battalion The fighting blood of Scotland's sons rallies them to freedom's cause, now as in days of Robert the Bruce in Canada as among their native hills and glens. With Langemark, Festubert and St. Eloi to emulate, the "Lethbridge Highlanders" are waiting the word to add to Canada's laurels and V.C's. The lusty beards that go with Scottish blood grow even lustier in the vigorous lite nf nrtive service; and really good razors are appreciated in proportion. In training camps and trenches the Gillette Safety Razor soon proved its superior keenness, comfort and con- venience. Lucky Gillette owners have shared their good fortune as widely as they could, but every man who hasn't one wants a Gillette for himself. And do they not deserve it Do your bit by equipping one of them, at least, with a 154 Gillette Safety Razor CONTINUED Fitoxx PAGE) GOVERNMENT GETS RAKE-OFF Giants Lose in Thirteenth n re Toronto, June The provincial Mow York June 2 York made j governments will cash in Toronto to its first home appearance here today lhe tlmo of on the race meet- 1 at lhe Wonilblnc trade last Tlle sllm wl" ot since its spectacular roail trip, which brought the club from eighth plneo to second and before u lanso crowd ing week. license "fees paid by the Ontario Jo: lost an exciting 13 inning game to j ke-v clllb- amounts collected from Cincinnati by a score of (i to 4. The Patrons under the provisions of the veteran Mathcwson was pounded for i amusement tax legislation passed by four runs. The giants played legislature. For its license the bull and tied the score In the seventh Ontario Jockey dub will pay a day or in all. The receipts from the tax on tba tickets of adinis- but the 'visitors won iii tlio istii. Cincinnati...... New Vork......... and Wingo; Perrott and Rariden. 6 13 2 .401 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Columbus 1 7 0 Indianapolis 5 11 4 Davis, Curtis and Colemau; Hogge and Schang. Louisville 2 8 0 Toledo 1 4 0 Aiiddleton and Lalonge; Bediont and Sweeney. ston bought by the 50.000 persons who attended the meeting will, it is es- timated, amount to Minneapolis Milwaukee Burl; and Owens; Faeth and Mayer.. Kansas Citv St. Paul 10 6 Sanmlers, Crutcher and Berry; Fin- Upham, Niehaus and Glenn. No other games. NORTHWESTERN Vancouver r Seattle, (10 innings) Taconia........... Great Fails....... Spokane Unite.......... COAST LEAGUE Vernon 3 Ball C San Francisco.......-- Oakland 0 Portland............. I Los Angeles........... 2 JACK TAYLOR TO MEET LEWIS .lack Taylor has received an offer from San Francisco promoters for a bout with "Strangler" Lewis. Taylor is still in Spokane and will accept terms, in ail probability to, go to San Francisco to meet Lewis. The Morning Post says: "There is one thing, however, we have the right to demand in the face of our losses. There must be no more trifling with the powers of our fleet. For the sake of the miserable declaration of London our politicians have doubled the work and strain upon the fleet, and made the greater part of its labors of no account. If our sail- ors had been free from the begin- ning the war might have been over. As it is, we see no end in sight. Let us, therefore, deter- mine that there shai! be no more surrenders of our sea power. We advise our parliament to insist upon the plain statement by the government as to the somewhat disturbing mission to Paris on which Sir Edward Grey maintains his usual attitude of pompous in- falibility. The situation is too serious for any more trifling." German Comment When Your Sitting Be Cider Drink FOWLER'S GRAPE, SIDE HER MANUFACTURERS, Calgary, Regina O'LEARY AND DUFFY DRAW Buffalo, June O'Leary, of Seattle, weighing nine pounds less The Tageblatt comments briefly i that "the British losses represent Macleod, June Tuesday even- ng the Lord Bishop of Calgary ad- ministered the holy rite of confirma- tion to 14 candidates at" Christ church, Macleqd. He aciminisUrert confirma- tion at Hazelmere ehurcli on Sunday morning, and at St. Paul's church, [Bloocl Reserve, on Sunday afternoon. annual re-union of the ex-pupils St. Paul's mission school, Blood decisive factor, but arc n severe blow. "Taking into consideration the trc- resources of modern naval Reserve, was held on Monday even at the mission school. A recherche supper was served and was thorough- warfare and the fact that our blue- enjoyed SO people. Aft H jackets bad the main forco of the Bri- supper speeches were made by the y lish battle fleets before them, our fleet, bishop and a number of the pupils. An 'behaved brilliantly. To Urn loss of excellent musical program was con than his opponent, boxed Jimmy Duffy the Lockport lightweight, ten rounds i __ to a draw last night; In tho second three of the strongest, English dread- i tributed and was greatly enjoyed by round O'Leary was knocked down; but came back strong and this sway- ed the balance slightly in favor of Duffy. GERMAN ACTRESS DEAD tlerlin, June noughts no adequate German loss is opposed. Moreover, success was ob- tained against considerable mimeri- j cal superiority. Our young- navy i showed tremendous intrinsic superior- ity over the first and largest fleet in the world." via j other German death was announced today of Anna Suhramm, a well known German act- ress and singer. She was born April 8th, 1840. papers emphasize that the British losses in large battle units is more than tons against the loss of tons by the Germana [ami the proportion was the same with Genius Goas Unfed "Do you see that seedy looking man over there with the lire-occupied "Oh yes." "Well, he's a statistician. He c; i smaller vessels. Berlin Nord Deutsche Allgemein Zeitung says: "From the beginning the war the officers and crows of fieet longed for the opportunity :an to measure their strength against tell you many toothpicks, laid j their chief enemy. The first great nen end t0 end, it would take to reach {battle has ably demonstrated the ex- from New York to San Francisco.'1 "Marvellous." "Yes; but he can't tell you where his next, -meal is coming mingham Age-Herald. bly ceHciiL-'quality of the German forces." Simon Drown, SS, of Eastport, 'Me., daily takes a bath in the sea. which short addresses were given by Lieut.-Col. Bryan, SupL 'Starnes and Rev. AV. A. Lewis; After' the anthem, I "What Are These Arrayed in which was rendered by tho choir, the Rev. Richard gave address in memory ot" the fallen soldiers, and while tbe choir sang "O two adies of the congregation. Mrs. Edgar and Mrs. Lewis, who have each four or five sons serving the Empire, un- veiled the roll of; "Honor of. members and adherents of Macleod Methodist church who have enlisted for the de- fence of the -Empire, The names are as follows: James Cooney; E. J. Adderly. 13th C. M. R.; C. S. Ktiowlton. Army Medi- cal Corps; James Murray, 13th C. M. R.; J. Norgrove, 13th C. M. R.; Her- bert J. Lewis, S2nd; Samuel E. Lewis, i.0th; A. J. Branch, C. engineers; Bliss D. Ryan, C. engineers; Alfred D. Edgar, 9th battalion; "David William Edgar. 31st battalion; Oliver Beach, 31st battalion, killed in action; W. AV. Smith. 13th M. R.; Thomas Mur- ray; Vv'ni. Martin, 51st; Harold Grady, Strnthcona Horse; Bruce Grady, Strathcona Horse; F. Eby, 13th; C. 3. Pearson; J. Shaw, 13th; Douglas Gilbert, 196 U. battalion; John S. Collis; C. H. Stewart; Stanley .Pou'lter; W. Walker, 13th; V. Eaton, 13th; H. Edgar, 191st; R. McDonald, 13th; Chas. H. Edgar, 191st; A. Poulter, 191st; Thos. Mar- tyn, 191st; S. McDonald. 191st; S. Rev. S. Middleton deserves the highest econiums for the efficient man- ner in which he has trained the pup- ils, both past and present reflect great credit on his work. The Bishop spoke in flattering terms of the excellent speeches which were made by the for- mer pupils. Msmorial Service On Sunday evening at the Methodist. church a very impressive and sympa- Young, 13th; J. Arthur White, 13th; thetic memorial service was held at which the members of the 191st bat- taiidii ami the Boy Scouts attended. .On the platform were Lieut.-Col. Bryan, Supt. Starnes. Lieut. McQueen, Capt. Spencer. Rev. W. A, Lewis, a former pastor of the church, and Rev. Wiggins of Tofield. The church was artistically decor- ated with beautiful cut fiovY'ers and choice plants, and draped with the flags of the allies. The service was opened by the choir singing "Tho Son of God Goes Forth to after Geo. E. Clarke; W. S. Lewis, 191st; Roger Hunt, 13th; R. Coulton, 13th; A. J. Lewis, S2nd; Max Galbraith; 196th. Rev. A. D. Richard, Rev. W. Smyth, Mr. W. G. Andrews and Fred Presby are attending the Methodist confer- ence at Lethbridge. Howard Atkins, of the 196th battalion, son of Mr. and' Mrs. W. H. Atkins, and Max Galbraith, also of the 196th, are at present on leave visiting their friends in Macleod. A number of provisional officers are KEEP YOUR SHOES NEAT BLACK WHITE TAN Preserve the leather and aako your wear longer. They contain no acid and will not crack the leather, me and their shine lasts longer. Average first year depreci- ation of the Ford Car is as against to for practically: any of the loweT priced cars H is difficult to set uny definite figure for the depreciation of an automobile. So much de: pends on the condition of the individual at the end of the season. The average price paid for used cars in the class' at any tinie during the first year is about to less than the first cost. But the average sells, very quickly for less than the purchase price. Compare the Ford depreciation cost of about a month with the probable or more month lhat-the other kind will cost you. Which, is the better investment? The Ford Garage 1232 3rd Avenue South. Ford Runabout Ford Touring 530 Ford Coupe let 730 Ford Sedan 890 Ford Town Car 780 f, o. b. Ford, Ontario Phone 633. Ail cars complexly; _ electric headlights. Equipment does not Include speedometer at present In Calgary for training, namely: Capt. Colin .Macleod, the well known criminal lawyer; Capt. R- II. Hllliard. Lieut. D. G. Mackenzie, Lieut. Ryder Davis, Lieut. Harrison. Senator DeVeber is.' visiting In town. The W.C.T.U. met at the .home .of Mrs. E. Whipple on Thursday after- noon. An interesting discussion was led by Mrs. Robert Patterson on the new act for neglected children. GREEKS AND BULGARS CLOSE TO WAR New York, June News Agency dispatch from Home today said: "A declaration, of war between Greece and Bulgaria, growing out of the Bulgar invasion of eastern, rtonia, Is believed in Athena to'be.inv ininent. Dispatches from the Greek capital today declare that the Bulgar: ian minister protested to King Con- stantine's government against ing upon Bulgar troops'by.Greek's on] the frontier. Premier Skouloudis de- clined to receive tho protest. 'The curt refusal of the Greek premier to entertain the.Bulgar rep- resentations has resulted In a tense Huron county'will try to raise an- other battalion. Lieut.-Col. Odium, of the 7th' Bat- talion, is reported wounded, but back on duty. Summer Collar The Marnc Uhtwctfu, ftotlftam, JfSizei. The WillUini, Greene ft Rome Lin; Canton is handing workhouse sentences L. A. Bpycr, M. P., for Maskinonge, Quo., from 1874 to 1878, is dead. ;