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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 5, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, JUNK 5, 1010 THE LtiTHBIUUtili DAILY HJiHALU PAGE THREE iMAJESTlt-S-TOMORROW NIGHT, TUES., JUNE 6th- ONE iNIGHT ONLY Welcome Return Engagement OF the Bigger Brighter and Better Than Ever With BABE MASON, Thorn Helleii, Patsie Henry, Ina Mitchell ami all the other Charming and Favorite Gii-ls, in (he Fascinating Musical Comedy. 7oc, 50c, 25c (All reserved) THE CABARET GIRL" 24 WINNING SONG HITS Last Musical Show of the Season. Dainty Costumes New Scenic Production Comedy Galore Bioo' MI N'ew ork Philadelphia Boston PittsSju.'j Cincinnati Chicago St. Louis NATIONAL -Won Lost 14 1C IS 20 21 J4 J4 19 19 .550 Alex. Geti Gooti Support j Philadelphia, June j "Selding by Stock, Wultted, Xieholt ami Paskert 'enabled Philadelphia to defeat.St. Louis, 2 to 0. Alexander AMERICAN Won Cleveland Washington New York Boston Detroit Chicago St. Louis I'D 18 17 15 I-OIt 17 IS 18 20 32 INTERNATIONAL Wou Lost Providence IS 11 Richmond Ill 14 Newark IS 14 Baltimore ..17 .IB Montreal ____ 14 17 Toronto ____ 13 15 Rochester 12 16 Buffalo 11 18 SATURDAY GAMES Richmond 7 .Newark Schwert lc Pet .621 .568 .515 .453 .444 .429 '76 Reynolds; Pieh and 25 ,405 Philadelphia A Timtly Single Detroit, June with two out in the ninth, single tvhlch scored Burns and Young, gave De- troit s.3 to 2 victory over Washington. hit much harder than Meadows i The game a pitchers battle be- uho twilled the first seven innings I tueen Dubuc and Harper for.: the visitors, but wonderful sup-1 Washington 3 5 Providence port saved the former from being scored of the home team's five hits were burtc'lied in two innings which, rcith' an error by Smith, net- ted .two runs. St Louis 0 Philadelphia Meadows, Doak1 and Snyder; Alex- ander and Killifer. Beat Whalei Boston Xa tionals .defeated -Chicago. to a close-game. In-- the ninth the filled Uie bases on three hits hut scored cmh one run zim merman-crossing s the'.plate when Mulligan Doo. Ian.hit to Hgan snd was the third out. Boston took the lead ;.in the first in- Detroit Harper, Ayera and DU'OLK, and Stallage. Queer Umpiring Cleveland, went 2 into first, place again, .defeating Bos- ton, 11 to 2. driving Leonard from the box and also hitting hard, gathering' 1.4 hits for a total of 27 bases. Speaker made'.a. sacrifice fly, a double and two -triples. 6Tf his for- mer teammates, scored three runs and drove' in, foiir" others Sherman and McAvoy, SchultB and Blackburne First Montreal 150 Rochester 2 7 0 Cadore aiid Wolls; RIHei. and Hale. Second Montreal............ 10 11 4 Rochester 11 'I 1 Priests, GooObred arm vVtua Lawrence, Kramer and Citscy SUNDAY GAMES Nemrk Richmond 7 10 Enzmann Enrlghl d id 1 son Jarman, liumphneB PLAN! AITABER Regal Co. Which Purchased Ihe Eureka Mines Will Wake Improvements REGIS. SUSTAIN HE AW LOSS rnoit tnoi.r PAGE) Another step In developing the Ta- ber coal field is being taken which will give that town a new 500-ton -Great.- Louet Xot since St. Julian have Canadians [suffered so heavily as they did in the I treinendupe fighting between Ypres 'and Hooge; on June and 3. After he JhiK pushed-'back for 700 yards on a front of yards, the Canadians by heroic counter.attacks with bombs and bayonet rotook. most of the ground plant right at its very doors. The Re- Host. No leas than 101 officers of all gal Collieries, Limited, have figure in the first casualties re menced on development of thelceived from the fighting this morning plant v-hich Is to be foi opera [These include a majoi general and tion before the anow The men behind the new concern arc .W. A. Aubin and W. E. Bullock both well known In southern ccal ircles and they ha> e Detroit cap! nolds. Baltimore Providence son, lit Buft'alc groundsj 9 '11 3 Thormahlen and John- ov Baunigartner and Yelle Montreal, postponed wet The game del-aed for ff mjn mes M aiguments u the In iMVpirAxf Acsnr'iATimM Umpire Cum; hid interbred! AMfcKILAIN AbBlMJAllUIN with Turner reaching second. He I Won Lost niled Turner entitled to the base Indianapolis ,___ reversed himself and called Turner j Minneapolis nlng Magee doubled to right, I out and finallj compromised bj al jLoiiisviUe tending In Maranvillp and fcgan The lowing- the run' er to remain on first Cit> 14 Ih J8 third ruirwaa the.result of two passes Cafrlgan an out at first and a single. Chicago. Boston Vau'shni iPendergaBt, .''Brown Archer; Allen'arid'Gowd; Qiantt Reds New. York, .June took th6 the from -It the [of Boston annou iced he placed the second game. .won. .by the Giants on ihelr home grounds this season. New MSB the 0001 fielding of the three runs :in the fourth inning on two scratch hits 0 I game" "under protest. No run 1 0 1 scored in that inning, and I Boiton 3 7 eland 11 14 0 I Leonard; Pennoek and- York., Agnew; CoreJeskie 'aiid Idge Shutt Out Sox Chicago, -Juiie Mogridge, Columb. s Toledo St Pau. Milwaukee 18 1C U 1.6 If) Glea-' tal behind them in then enterprise puichased the old Eureka, miue propei h adjoining the town on the north a year or so ago and e now commenced work digging two one 8 ft. s 14 ft. and the othe 6 ft s b ft in the centre of the prcperU A new tipple is to be orected while be furnish 3d a new electric' power plant, Markus'screens which "will.gvue one of modern screening plants pct T.'eatern-Canada are to be installed Tho tbmpam expects to einploj be 695 tween 200'and 250 men when running 581 j to capacity o4S I A. spur, track is being installed to .529 I the mine transportation facili- ties. The .grade is all ready and it is 457 .405 274 pitching for the New "Vprk lankees shut' out the-White "Sox 6 -io..p.: Ba: ker and' Peckinpaugh .were -back in the 'game- for :New York. New York and wild throws; Groh's- bat- ting He made home run, a double and two singles! Anderson i Benu 'and Schalk, pitched his sixth straight victory for, -Ninth Chicago 0 Mogridge and Nunamaker; Scott; SATURDAY. GAMES Indianapolis 3; Colum-bus 4. j Toleao 3 Loulsulle 4 4, Minneapolis o Kansas City St. Paul G. SUNDAY GAMES Milwaukee 3; Minneapolis Louisville .Toledo.] Colucibus 0. Kansas City 5; St. Paul 3. 7; St. Paul 1, matter 'of laying the who gave the York mcinnatl York U 9 Wingo; Andor- -RarJden.v Rain, Game Pi Us burg-Brooklyn game postpon- St. Louis June Louis ral lied in the ninth, beating ,but, Phila- delphia In the first game of the eer lea, 3 to 2. ..In this" inning Singled, Marsana reached first'lately on Witt's fumble, Johnson beat out-ft bimt; filling the bases, and white Borton batting for1 Koob went out on a high bounder to :McInnes, Pratt BATTLING NELSON DANGEROUSLY ILL Detroit. Mich., June condition of Battling Nelson, :former champion, TV ho recently underwent an op- eration-for appendicitis, was pronounced "very -serious" by his physician today. For Sports of All Sorts Yon fctl rieJfebtfnllr at .G iK.Undtr rthef you stdm. or to noremHt of tht fwdy 2 1 2i i 7 Davenport, and Mantana scored Philadelphia St Louis Sheehan and. Meyer Koob and Hartley. SUNDAY GAMES Detroit, June; tremendous, drive over. Milan's head by Dautts iu the ninth inning gave Detroit the second gmme of the scries with Waihington 4 to 3. Detroit's four hitf( comprised a home run In Veach a triole bj nhlch scored Ka inaugh, a double by Veach and a by Heilmann nhirh acored NORTHWESTERN Spokane Vancouve Butte Wou 22 15 Iti Lost 14 1ft 17 17 IS Pet. .611 .543 485 .485 .455 now merely Steel: Mr. the information regarding the forma I tion of the Regal Collieries Limited lias: been in Detroit for1 a couple of years and has interested Detroit capi- tal in' the enterprise. He believes the west entering a new era as re- gards coal mining. "With American I coal-increasing in price and Canadian coal more freely used by.'the j western householder, he thinks the' Alberta, fields will find their 1 rightful market and the induotrv mil be a busy one in future. AS to. the Regal coal. Mr- Aubin states that the property is in the very centre ;of the basin of the Tab er, field, and'bas a 54 incli seam of'thc hardest coal in the field brigadier-general, four "lieutenant-col- onels eight niajort, twenty one cap tains, and sixty-sis lieutenants. No ac- count has yet--, been .received _ of the casualties among-the rank and file, which of'necessity miisObe is stated-tha't from' prison- ero were' taken. Tho toll is extremely; heavy. While THREE DIED ON ACTIVE SERVICE At the annual memorial ser- vice of the Alberta Methpflist Conference on Saturday it-was 4 reported that ers of the conference had been 4 killed during the year, while on active service with the Ca- uadian forces. They were J. O. Lloyd. H. J. Ball and J. G. Lumsden. Eloquent tri butes were paid to their me- mory by members of-the ference. OFFICERS FALL CONTINUED FROIT. FRONT.- .PAGE) real: Lieut; R. H. Walker, aiontreal; Lieut. C. B. Montreal: -Ueut." C L; O'Brien, Montreal :..Lieuf. Torrance, Montreal Lie.ut. F. Alont- rea! J W Forbes Toronto it is not permissible to mention The Capt H Price Capt names of battalions engaged, no less than 14 different units are represent- ed in the .list, in addition to headqua'r- tet s One battalion has the heaviest list officers, namely 19, all of whom are. missing. A Montreal liat- talibh comes next with 18, a Sher- is ;next. with '1G casualties; .a Toronto battalion which was with the irsf. contingent has -15, a Victoria reg iment comes next with Brandon has eight, brigade headquar- ters lost six while one of Canada's first regiments lost. 4. Captain P. P.'Ack- and, wounded but back on duty.'while representing a Toronto is a son of A. Ackland, deputy minister of abor, Ottawa. The militia depart- ment at noon 'today had 'received no details of the action beyond the list given above. Sir Sam Hughes, 19 how- aver, expecting a detailed account to- Sinclair, Toronto: Capt. H. W. BIckle, Toronto; Lieut. G. A. Watson, Toron- to; Lieut.. M. Beck, Toronto; Lieut. H H Fulle-, loronto bert Toronto Lieut Toronto; Lieut, c. John; -H. Patricias Major S Leut It A B Hlb- jMereereau. St. Princess L Tonns (Cal Princess Patricias; Lieut. P. Molsou, -Prln'ceBB Patricias; Major S B. CoHitine? Montreal; Montreal; Montreal: -Edmonton; Capt. Lieut- Lieutenant W; jlinji Bush and Veach in the first inning Washington.......... --S 8 5 uetrolt 444 Gallia, Rice and'Henry, Ainamitli: Hamilton, DAUBS and Stan age. White SDK Hit Hard Chicago, June drubbed two New York pitchers 'for 16 hits and won easily 12 to -The game TUBS marked by much wfmugimg York 461 Chicago 12 16 2 Fisher, Allan Russell aud N ana- maker; Albert Russell, Danfortli, Fa- (ber and Schalk I Indians Kit Had tex Cleveland, June to- day made It two straight from Botton winning 9 to 3. Mays ind Htflby were hit hard from but Cleveland was luckier in hunching its hits when tlielr tnr dfe rore. Morton butpitched Foster, BOB- ton's, best Boiton f J 9 4 Cleveland 9 i, 1 and O Selll Hfta SATURDAY GAMES Spokane 14; Butte 11. Vancouver Seattle 1. Great Falls 5; Tacoma 4. SUNDAY GAMES Spokane Butte 11. 0. Tacoma "3: Great Falls .1. 4; Great' Falls Seattle-Vancouver, rain. M TO TOP OF BUNCH Stands in Fifth Place in List of American League Lead- ing Batters Vernon San Fvancisno Los Angeles COAST LEAGUF, Won Lost 36 34 -so Pet Chicago, June Cobb is re saining his regular stride The De star is butting m fifth 27 27 460 158 3oa St. -Louit, June 'bunching in the siith Inning ilodor. At Louie defeated 4 to 3. PhlhdMpliU I St I.oula........... 4 ,T 0 Salt Lake Portland u? ?C Oakland 40 SATURDAY GAMES lake 4 Vemon 0 San francisco 2; Oakland 0. Portland 10. SUNDAY GAMES Vemon 9 9alt Lake 7 Portland 4; Loa Angeles 4; Los Angeies.O. Oakland 1; San Francisco 0. 4; 'Frisco o NORTHERN Winnipeg 12; Superior T Superior 7; Winnipeg liuluth 12; .William 1. Fargo 6; Virginin 6. SATURDAY GAMES Port William 6. Duluth 2. No other, eamefl. rain. among the American leaguers, and i has run his stolen Itase record up to :11, tying for the lead in.-that Quite p. warm time developed ac. the council meeting tuis morning when the-application for a laundry license for .the residence on: 5th' Street South between ath and 6th came up for consideration.' petition was presented from property- owners, pro- testing agaisst a renewal of the li- cense out W t who is agent for the property holo1 out strongly iu favor of the-license." The: commission- not chAiapiooc Moran U (ifId to been guaranteed and IMIloa ment.With Staler of St Louis Graney of eland is leading m j Position______________ home luns with tour and in runs. scored >ith 38, according to ED CRUMP WINS THE tagCB printed here today and mcludlng j 'KENTUCKY HANDICAP i Speaker of Cleveland, who still, _..... leadi alsols ahead in to iCaPtur" Race m 1'rrlfic Stretch H -Weat R Martin; ToronL-; too; Lieut. L. E. Lerclerk.- Toronto; Lieut. H: H.; Bourne. .Toronto; Lfent. N. L risey, Weils, Toronto Lieut G Mor Toronto: Lieut. C. P. Peaker, West Toronto; Lieut. Smith, Toronto; Lieut. H. W. Uglow, Toron Lieut. Lieut. W. B. Bumstead; Toronto Harton, Sherhrooke; tal 74 The American league .100 hitter" who have takeh nart In at least half the garnet, of their team are Speak Drive by Half Length from Roimtr Louisvillfii Ky., a ter Rtretcii Ed Crump the 4 _ __.....lelphin, 331 Nun amaker, New York, 329, Cobb, De troit Milan, Washington, 317 Hiilman De- LIUIL oimvr at Louis, 307, Jackson. Chicago, 306 E Johnson, St Louis ;304. Smith Cleveland 30'! Detroit, j peep O'Day-Evaline colt CANAOlArJ JOURNALISTS AT THE FRONT partv of Canadian Journal inland others will leave London Mondty for n viHlt to the Canadian'front in France nned hv John W Schorr of Memphis, overcame Andrew Miller's Roaraer, American champion of 1913-14 and favorite in betting, and hy half a .length, won the fourth .annual funning of Kentucky handicap at Douglas park today. Roamer, shipped here from New York for the face, found his impost of 132 pounds too much. W. J. Young's fllly Water Witch.lasted well in tlie stretch and was third, a length hack of Roamer. and an equal distance in front of W J Hodge Best time for t l quarter wan 201 So mile id a Ed Cri np, ITALY CLOCK AHEAD I coupled Williamn the June time was ad j Schorr entry, third in the vanctid one hour tbrougnom Italv be parl mutuel wagering at odde of danlns tt midnight last might ilightlj better than five to f Lieut L W Fish, Sherbrooke, Lieut J. A. Dam, Sherbrooke; Lieiit.H.-C! Rogers, Sherorooke; Lieut. E.. H, Chauvin, Sherbrooke; Lieut. ,W. .-A; Warrlngton, Sherbrooke; Capt. J. E, Cauchon, Port Arthur; Lieut. S: C; Miller, Montreal. WOUNDED, SHOCK Lieut. R. G. Marion, Montreal, Major M. V. Victoria; Lieut. Pue, Victoriu. WOUNDED AND AT DJUTY Lieut R C McKenzie, Montreal, Lieut J McKenna, Montreal, Lieut R A Pelletier, Montreal, Cart F P Acland, Toronto, Major D C per, Sherbrooke, Cant AV R RhowdeS Sherbrooke. Additional List Ottawa, June Sam Hjughai ave, out'this afternocii an additional casualt} liftf In the battle Of Sfctur da> j as follows thfl Ypres salient They are Wounded-Major r u McOee, Canadian IIMTT artiHery. Lt. C H James, machine gen "apt Q J JamlMon, field :avt J A Reyd. field anniance, slightly wounded, but home addrcMcs lira not glicn but it left me absolutely -unmoved aa its effect on each man at a this. Twelve snen. out at one's side. 'It is a curious feeling to be la tha midst of battle and not to-knoV-to which side -fortune leans. 'Where only a few shlpe are engaged different. Our own losses were'known with some degree of exactneis, 'hut even that was ime it.was thought that the )eon .lost as she did :a'l It tiuHupiitiu mac nar wireless had been 'destroyed. 'With dusk came the great 6ppor-: ;unity of; the moBquito -'and both sides .made use of therfull. t. was. in this, way> that one of-.the laddeat of man> sad incidents occur red A. destroyer rtrue to its name dashed, for a big enemj ship She oon got., into range land opsed her torpedo with deadly effect >n the German The "ship went down and the destroyer raced or .safety. At that .moment a shell lit the bridge and out the on group t Jt was cunoui to note the effect Of the flght on the sea Calm at the outset.the water :soon looked' as if ifa were .under the influence of a! gale so great was the .turmoil caused, fay plowing at terrific spetd i througli the The sea also teemed to be stiff ..with fish killed tn therburstlng of shells in the water. Reputation Stands___.- Loadoh, Tune 5 moat striking impression gained by a .visit to east epast points, to -which some of the aliips engaged in the Jutland battle have returned, is that the result of the fight was much more satisfactory, than :the first announcements one to expect, says the Glasgow Her aid correspondent He continues "Vice Admiral Sir David Beatty could have avoided a fight, the British admiralty' en able the Associated Press to give the following review of the navaj ment off Jutland coast with rarious incidents and results, as the British side "During the night of May 31 Tune 1 British destroyers made a determined attack on the retreating German >atile fleet which hastened its flight. The British fleet remained in sion of the scene of battle during the morning of June 1 and traversed the fteld four times, finding no enemj to fire upon The commander in-chief took his fleet its base at lei- sure and five hours after its anival reported the battle fleet readv for action As regards German losses, definite evidence, it is declared, has noiv been obtained that they were> deliberately falsified and that the foi lowing were destroyed 'TWo battle cruisers one at least and probably two battleships lour light cniiaerw.v eight destroyers and one submarine "-The remainder of the German battle cruiser squadron may have reached some ports but the ships all severely damaged as also were the, ships of the Koenfg class whadh came under fire of a portion of the British battle fleet "Besides the above the Associated t v Press has obtained information' from s returned officers of the fleet that Uw able to identify the lost German. battle cruisers as the Hindonburg and Lutzow Naval officials pointed out that on account of (proximity to some ptjrta, Bone of the mbich were or _ ____ _ _ _ buaiT i t- Injured as the Brltiih ortrfwr iVarrior iwcc to naka ibrt. "Tae German warship Hln hai hitherto been claulM ;