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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta TIIK LliTHBRIDGK DAILY I1KHALD PAGE THREE "As sm; is SPOKE." NATIONAL Won Brooklyn Neiv York Philadelphia Cincinnati lost on II' Chicago 21 St. Louis ill tu Zimmerman Marie Daring Steal Boston, June shut out Covelcskic Beats Johnson Detroit. Juno wun its Boston, I to II, in a pitchers' battle third straight over Washington tuda.v toJny. Zimmerman scored the only I Harry CovoluBkie defeated Walter tally when ho stole home during the Johnson in a ulichers' Ijattie by a fourlli inning alter doubling and talt- score ot II to 2. Ureaks in the gan 110 5th Si. -s. THE LETHBRIOGE CYCLE CO. FOR SALE BY ing third on a long i'ly to Chicago 1 -1 1 JioBton 0 5, 0 Packard aud Archer; Nehf, Hughes anil Gowdy. 14 Hits and Couldn't Win Ltrooklvn, 'June mado 14 hits off Smith and Dell today, Miller and Cooper allowed Brooklyn only five, but tlie Siiperbas won to 2. The Pirates had 14 men 3eft on buses, one or more In each in- counted against Johnson in the twi inning.1; he scored on. Washington........... 2 1 Detroit 10 0 .TuIiiiEon ami Ainsniitli; Covclcsklc I and Standage. Errors Lost Game j Cleveland. .June behind I Coumho in the third and fourth in- j Ming allowed Boston to defeat Cleve- j land, 5 to 0. tioslnn Want to Go io Front j j Word has been received here tint. immediately tlio receipt of tlie i) j news of the heavy Canadian i'.i iCngland, Jifiy thousand Canadian j troops clamored to lie to thc front to till the gaps. So insistant has been the demand of the Canadian troops io he sent io avenge comrades j ning. They bunched two doubles and Cleveland 0 6 two singles In tho third for their only] Ruth and Cady; Coumbe, runs. IMcHale and O'N'ieil. "liter? Wilsoa; Chicago, June single's off.....__.............. Dell and Myers i Bcnr in the nrat InnIaE combined with i Uiat it will oe diJilciiH to pick __ i an intentional walk to Baker, a reinforcements io take the place Rede Beat Giants j flee liit and the .skilful pitching ot j of- tne mctt WHO Officers Xew York, June York lost I Cullop gave New Tort the game from j casualties from the great fighting at game to Cincinnati here Chicago today, 3 (o 2. Cullop had is the place the Can eight strike-onts. adians fought at, now total in the New York............. 3 .6 2 neighborhood of 130 with about 30 Chicago............... 2 1t killed or died of wounds and about Cnllop and Nunamaker; Dan-1 same ,Mimber missing, forth, Husaell and Slmlk. morning list contains names Philadelphia at St. of 0iftHt aro killed in action grounds. j and one died of wounds. Thirteen (are missing and 33 are wounded. it. A. Tanner, of .Moosomin today by a score of 3 to li, the visit- ors taking tlio series, two games out of three. L'ifcher Tony won his own gallic when lie opened tlie 10th inning .with a three base hit and scored Chase's single. Cincinnati............. 3 9 2 Kew York Toney and Tosreau and Rar- Iden. Niehoff Did the Hitting Philadelphia, June double which was bin fourth hit Mi today's gunte, sent Bancroft home with the run in the llth inning that gave Philadelphia the victory over St. Louis today, to 5. The home team piled up four runs in the first inning on iN'lehofTs homer. Stock's double, a pass to Cravath. Whitted's triplo aud Lud- ,erus' single. St. Louis.............. 5 1 (i 10 0 fJoak, Meadows, and Snyder-, Ben- -ner, .McQuillan and Killifer. [Latest Baseball Averages! National League Batters Larry Doyio, last year's champion in the National league, took part in the great spurt, of the Giants, wiih Shulte, Chicago. U crowding Daubert for the lead among the bat- ters of tlie old league. Stewart of Calgary, are among the dead today. Calvary, Port Arthur and .Montreal are tlie chief sufferers in today's list. Vancouver lias two officers ktiieu in this list, seven wounded and two miss- Calgary has one killed, two wounded and iwo missing. Montreal two killed and seven wounded i while all the addresses are not given. The Reverend Gentleman: "Well, James, now that you've been at the front so long, I suppose you've acquired the James: "Langwidge. Sir. That don't want no natural like when you're under Sketch. Crops in District Show Most Favorable Growth Crops throughout tlie Leihbridge J In the early part of Ihe season It district are in a splendid state of looked as if the wliole crop area to healthy growth, according to reports Carey of Pittsburg 'leads in stolen Only one Toronto name, that: of LI cut. !received by- the Herald. The warm i-Uh -5 and Williams of Chicago continues lo lead in hom6 runs, now ;0: ff incluctal in l the A- machine batt ry is al INTERNATIONAL .Newark 15 1 Baltimore..............4 fi 4 Enwright, Schacht. Smalhvooii and Schwart; Tipple, ahleu and .Shuffle. 'Providence 14 19 1 Richmond S. 9 2 Billiard. Eyres and Blackburn; ,Mc- Keni'y anil Reynold s. }f the E'jAton so numbered All branches of the service from fhe field and how- :er batteries, the machine gun sec- jtion, the engineers to the ambulance corps and the infantry reported. officers o[ one engineering company are numbered among the! Toronto-Rochester, rain. grounds. having seven to his credit. Williams also Is tied with George Burns of New York for the lead in runs scored i the wounded. with 2S. Doyle leads in total bases with New York, with the high average ol' .272. leads in the club batting. The National league's .300 hitters, including only those who lave uiKen Thorm- part in "at least half the raines, are; Daiibert, Doyle, New fre York, .340; Schulte, V M- b- j equally "ranch eri5oa; New York, .333; Now }Jlst :is soon as York. .326; Wheat, Bronzy i, Wo Chase. Cincinnati. .320; j Louis.. 319: HInchman Pittsburg, Burns, New York .311; Wagner, Pitts- burg .309; Smith, Boston .308; Burns be sown this year would-he conBfder- ,.____ .......____ ___ ably less than that .sown last year. ''SL j sunshine followlng'the heavy rains has The result of the sowing and what "brought the grain along in excellent, j will still he put in will show other- shape, although in one or two districts Iwise, and the area cropped this year the growth has been somewhat back- ward on account-of the cold weather. The concensus of reports is most favorable. MACLEOD Macleod, June crops around Macleod and district are looking flue and every farmer is assur- will be about of last year's area.' The crops as a whole are in fine condition. Have, had no weed or cut worm trouble. Milk MILK RIVER June grain crops in this district are looking de- id of a crop this year of some descrlp-1 cidedly promising although a little There has been "an abundance'of [backward, compared with" last year, on account of the recent cold weather. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Columbus (i 30 Toledo 3 a Minneapolis t; S Milwaukee 2 5 idly coming into the and arc being issued but wjth the.warm weather that next ol kin are noti- jghould follow it. will help considerably. Some of the crops are up three and four inches and look in fine condition. A good hay crop is-expected this All Doing Well Condon, .Tune Weaver, of i Edmonton, Lieut. Dr. Abble of EU- inonton and Lieut. Pa ton, of Winnipeg, Philadelphia, .307; Clarke, .301. How Pitchers Rank in Nations Indianapolis at Louisville, rain. St. Paul at Kansas City, rain. NORTHWESTERN Seattle................ 1 Spokane.............. (i Great Falls 5 6 J2 2 Vancouver ?.i of teams. Loading pitchers of i league; Player. Won. Ben ton, Xew York Ffeffer, Brooklyn ___ i Mitchell. Cincinnati j.Tyler, Boston '.Mamaux, Pittsburg Rixey, Philadelphia Alexander, Philadelphia Anderson, New York Hughes, Boston Demaree. Philadelphia OjOhaney, Brooklyn tho National NORTHERN Leading Pitchers of Am The 10 leading pitchers taken part in at least seven games; ranked according to games won and lost, with earned runs made off them appended, are: in recent in a hospital in, London. All are doing splendidly. Major Weaver is suffer- Ing from general abrasions and shock i ami-it was at first feared that he had j sustained internal injuries, but this ------jproved groundless and he hopes to. be 11I1EV j back to the front in three weeks. Others in this little company of wound- I ed are recovered sufficiently to-visit j friends, while some have gone to sec specialists. Recovering Ground Fighting still continues intensely l.Dfi'in the region of which the Germans, 3.3S for a time wrested from the Canadians j but the latest news is that nearly-all "i.TO {the ground has been recovered. j Survivors speak feelingly of um icrican. deadly tenacity with which the west- who have ern battalions held on while the .un- The 'area tftfeded is probably 20% smaller this year than last, as farm- ers generally-intend doing more sum- mor-fallow work. Pasture lias, up till a week ago, been rather poor but the grass is now coming up well. WARNER Warner, June few days ot. fairly warm weather, and the grow ing crops were beginning to show how fast they could grow, .but last night it started .raining again, and has rainec on tlie growing grain. A large acre- hard all morning here. There .is of age of the grain was disced in this course an abundance of moisture now season, but on account of the copious whHat there was a little flax and azelm'ere some jof the farmers are just finishing seed- ing their of'tliem are looking forward'to a pumper crop again', this year, unt'orseen hap- pens; MAGRATH Magrath, June few warm days of last week had a telling effect A Ford Car bought part by part costs only more than the list price of the complete car as against more for the parts of the average car priced around and less. over und above tlie list price of Ilic car itself, for enough spare parls fo build the louring car priced around arid less. S Id- Cost, over ;ind above tlie list price of the car itself, for enough spare parts to build a Ford touring car complete. in part by part cost of cars. And remember, both by laboratory tests and iiiMmil service tests, the parts of a Ford car have proved themselves superior, part' by part, to those of any other car. Don't these figures drive home what is-meant by the low upkeep cost of Ihe Ford? The Ford Garage 1232 3rd Avenue South. Ford Runabout Ford Touring 530 Ford Coupelet 730 Ford'Sedan .890 Ford Town Car 780 f, o. b. Ford, Ontario Phone 633, All cars completely Including electric Equipment does not include speedometer raiiia, should produce a splendid crop. More late stuff will be seeded if the rains discontinue soon enough. I Raymond, RAYMOND June iWIriuipeg......, Superior..... Virginia Fargo......... Second Virginia Fargo Fort William Dnluth Player. Won. Lost. Cleveland ___S 1 j Morton, Cleveland EASY PICKING FOR FRED. Denver, Col.. offer of has heen made to Markle, New York ___-i Johnson, Shawkey. New York Leonard.'Boston.......o Myers, Philadelphia .....7 Ruth, Boston ..........6 Faber, Chicago........0 S. Covelskie, Cleveland 5 Welsh, .lightweight- champion, for 20-roiinri boxing match with Ad. Wol- xast hero July 4, it was announced by Denver promoters.. NATIONALS 12, -Tune of Freddie Montreal on Saturday de- emy poured in their awful hair of high explosives. "Nothing could possiblv nmined alive in such a reffioni" said one major who was forced during the hottest period to back his men., AS it was, whole companies of them Had already been wined out, large numbers were simply buried in'the debris'of the trenches and dugouts, where they crouched. The German artillery swept a- far to tlie too. 2.H7 which made retirement as hazardous 2.ii j as remaining. i News has come to hand of the death of several well-known but it is not. permissible to mention Jbe details. SHAMROCKS BEAT OTTAWA. Ottawa, June a muddy field at. hansdowne Park Saturday after- noon Shamrocks defeated the OttawaH by 5 to 4. In the second local'game of feated the Cornwall .club of they Na- tional Lacrosse Union, winning, a one- sided game 12 to 8. The oiitGonie leaves Nationals and two local teams, on even the leadership of. the league.-which vvilHbe decided, temporarily at least, next Saturday, when- tlie Shamrocks and the Nationals meet for the first time. THE EXPERT. "This said the waiter, as he luggegd my dinnor in, "He simply stalls around a while to gather in (he tin. "Ho cannot box, lie cannot fight, lie hasn't got n punch. "He is a common dub beside the an- cient fistic bunch. "Compare him with Corbett, or Fitz- simmons or McCoy. "With Jeffries or with was a grand old boy! "With that there crowd he wouldn't have a phantom of a show. "He wouldn't last a single lieve me, boy. I know-." "Then I said, "have seen them fight-4-tIiose mighty men of yore, Have seen them battle in the ring and spill each other's I've iiover seen.a battle, but I know the aaid lie, For once I served ,IIm Corbett back in 18IIS." Herbert Holmes. :i farmer Goderidi township, thir-'-fivij years of age. was killed by kick. Hundreds are- getting these beautiful Regi- mental and College Shields. Why don't you? The outer wrap- per of tlie new style package of ADAMS' GUM, is a valuable coupon. Stait saving them now and get any of these shields to beautify your den or room. Full infor- mation and the list of shields will be found on each coupon. As for Tutti enjoy it not only for its mellow fruit flavors, but Ihe safety of its new package. Each trick separately wrapped in wax- paper ind tinfoil. Ask-yodr dealer for Tutti Frutti todty, ORIGINATORS oats seeded last week, for the uios part the ground was hardly in 'shape for any Jtind :of work. Several farm ers are arranging to haul the balance jof their last year's crop right away, as 'there are' several thousand bushels farmers- would have better liked a jn the hands of the farmers, sev- spell of hot, growing weather, lastjeraj having more than one carload night's-storm and the prospects of ,._ continuing through the day, does noi; i sincken their enthusiasm. There is a considerable acreage of oats yet to plant, although the bulk is in. Much of the.wheat is above the ground about two inches and growing fast.' ___ RETLAW- Retlaw, June seeding at this data -U practically all completed, and about 75% of the oats'bave been sown'. The rains which commenced on the. 21st of -May have greatly re- tarded' farming operations, but have been of Immeasurable benefit to the grain sown and the soil in general. A great area'of new breaking and also some stubble ground will be sown io flax, and as a result the flax area of the district will be increased'over last year. fO'sell. PINCHER CREEK Piucher Creek.1 June wea- ther of' last week included several of the varieties Alberta seems to always have on hand, followed on Sunday night by; .the heaviest rainfall of the season of an men of precipitation being tbe-record registered- The crop reports from ail parts of the district are as good ai cail be expected con- sidering the lack nf sunshine during the Especially interest- ing the fields of the Do- minion government illustration sta- Kingston Citj Council owing to t'ti- zens piotests resqinded .decision to adopt the dat light saving WINNERS'OF THE CONNAUGHT CUP Lieut I K L Ross of the Rojal Reserve, and prominent 'Montreal- er and yachtsman Uth Mrs nitli tho much coveted Connaught Cup won by hetr horse "Uncle Bryn" at the Woodbine at the recent meet. Macleod, .lime A. Pember the Albertau staff, formerly editor of. the Macleod Advertiser, lias success- fully passed his examinations as a lieutenant.. The I9lsi Battalion have secured over 80 recruits a_nd are still going strong.. Capt. Spencer of Calgary, has been apopinted quartermaster and Capt. West of-..Calgary, paymaster. Capt. Montgomery Bell, formerly law- yer of Calgary, has joined -the '191st. Cecil Tallow, an Indian of the Blood reserve was charged with being drunk and supplying lirjuor to other Indians and tried before Inspector Macdonald and Magistrate'Heap. He .pleaded guilty and was sentenced to one mouth's imprisonment and, lined Annie Tallow and Eliza Frank, In- dians of the Blood reserve, pleaded guilty to being under the influence, of liquor supplied by Cecil Tallow and ;were lined ?5 and costs. Unveil 'Roll of Honor The unveiling of the roll of honor for men connected with the Macleod Methodist church .took-place on Sun- day last. Lieut.-Col. Bryan of the 19lst Batt., Supt. J. Starnes oC the R. X. W. M. Lewis, of Edmon- ton and the Rev. Richard, pastor of Macleod, gave appropriate addresses.- The church was packed to its utmost capacity. The boy scouts under scout- master Whutworth, members of the Ifllst battalion, and IR.N.W.M.P. were in attendance. Special music was sung by the choir. Mr. G. H. Al- tham presided at the organ.-, 'NOT SATISFIED" WITH. RE- SULT OF NORTH SEA BATTLE dispatch to the Daily Mail from says; 'Leaders of the'Gertaan Conserva- tive .and -National 'as- well-as other German-political fac- tions, are making a concerted and determined effort to secure the recall of Admiral von Tirpitz as of :he navy, because they ;-are-not_satisr, ficwi with the result of the North. Sea Hay and Grain! WE ARE NOW LOCATED IN THE METALS, LIMITED, BUILDING, 1221 2ND AVENUE 732, and we are prepared to .fill your requirements hay and grain, either wholesale or retailr A trial order will satisfy .you as to quality, price We have some fine WAVER. LY SEED OATS AT 50c. PER BUSHEL, 100% germination. test. The Sauuders Hay Grain Co. Abundance-Seefl Oats to Bu.hel 100% Germination in Six By Government Laboratory test Per Bushel (Bulk) en Prlca OUC Seed Potatoes Coin, Green Mountain and other ard varieties Per ton..... F. O. HYDE CO., to 4 Corner 2nd ,12th St. A. Phone 1244 HUNS FIRED ON GREEK Paris, June 5. French, .positions near JLake Doiran, m the vicmity of the Greek Serbo frontier, have been .according, to a dispatch to the Havas: agency.' from 'A Greek' convoy 'crossing .he Patares region near Doiran was cannonaded by Germans and Bulgar- ians, the correspondent says, despite .he fact that the white and Greek flags were hoisted. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LI..D., D.C.L., TttMtnl [OHN A1RD, General Minner II. V. F. JONES, Ass'e General V. C. BROWN, of Central Wellern CAPITAL, RESERVE FUND, SAVINGS BANK ACCOUNTS Interest at the current rate is allowed pit all deposits of and Careful attention is given to every account. Small accounts welcomed. Accounts may be opened and operated by mail. Accounts may be opened in the names of two or more persons, with- drawals to be made by any one of them or by the survivor. WW Lethbridge Branch R. T. Brymner, Mgi ;