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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD BISCUITS E AN APOLOGY to our Friends and Customers Who Were Disappointed Yesterday in Not Getting' tteir HEALTH BISCUITS. The Demand for These Biscuits Swamped Us Temporarily, But We are Catch- ing Up With Our Orders Now and Will be in a Postion to Supply All Who Want Them To-morrow. BAKER QUAKER BREAD (LEVELAND GUARANTEED BICYCLES the trip tonndfrom school on a''Cleveland" f '.Cycling iircmolcs Iicallh j for efficiency in 1 class. s Hoys'or Girls'model Men's or ladies' C.C.M Model "F" S3S Canada by Canada Cycle Motor Company, Limited. Toronto. 83-A JffiL FOR SALE BY D. E. MACDONALD, GUNSMITH 5th St., S. Phone 1032 York .548 Washington .173 lioston........ .470 Detroit....... '.468 Chicago A'i'2 St. Louis..... .426 Philadelphia Lost IS IS la Quite a crowd of shot-gun devotees turned out to the shoot at the traps last evening, and considering the time of the season, some good scores were made. Special squads are formed, for be- ginners; "easy-to-hit" targets, mostly straightaways, are thrown, and ex- :Ct as coaches. The scores are as follows: Sweet Revenge of British Baron Recalled -a-11 perienced shooters -4S9 Braves Won Close Game Boston, June held the fcrst took! Pincher Greek, June baseball game of the season place in the athletic Held on Monday evening, single men vs married men. The game WHS a most enjoyable one, both'to the players and to the goodly suimber of fans who braved the chilly of the evening. The married -men carried off the laurels the tune of 7 to' 3. A special feature of the game was the outficlding of the newlyweds, Fred Fpiirnier, John Stevenson and Frank 13aker bearing that distinction. JACK BRITTON WON FROM MIKE O'DOWD 'Boston. -Tune Rrltton of New York, was given the decision over Mike O'Dowd, of St. Paul, in a 12-round boxing bout here tonight. Hritton lifts claimed to be welterweight champion of America for the past RITCHIE! OUTPOINT.S GRUMAN Portland, Ore., June. Willie Rit- chie outpointed Ralph Grunian of Port- land tonight, although no decision was on account of a city ordin- ance. DICK SMITH HOLDS LLONSDALE BELT NOW Braves to four hits today, but passes, followed by safe drives, proved cost- ly, Boston winning 3 to 2. St. Louis could do little against .Ragan until the eiglfr in'nmg1, when they bunched.-three singles ami a base .911 balls, .scoring two'runs. "v St. 2 4 2 Boston.............. 3 4 1 Hall, Steele and Gouzales; Ragau Tragresso-r. J- Chicago _at Philadelphia, rain. Pittsburg at rain. Cincinnati at Brooltlyn, rain. INTERNATIONAL Providence Richmond Peters and Blackburn; Rhoades.ft Reynolds. Buffalo.............. 2 11 1 Montreal............. 6 !l 2 Anderson and Haley; Goodbred and Wells. Baltimore-Newark; rain. Toronto-Rochester, _rain. COAST LEAGUE San Francisco 3C 12 St. Lcuis Again St. Louis, June single in the 12th inning scored Sisler from second, and St. Louis won the opening game from New York today by (j to 5. It was the locals' fifth straight victory. New York took the lead in the seventh scoring four runs on singles by Gil- booley, MageR and Mullen, Daven- port's wild throw and a fumble by Johnson. St. Louis tied it in the ninth when Chapman walked and Shotten and Austin singled. New York............ 5 8 1 St. Isouls............. G 13 4 Keating and Nunamaker; Plank, Davenport, Parks, Weilman and Hart- ley, Chapman, Severoid. Philadelphia at Chicago, rain. Boston at Detroit, rain. Washington at Cleveland, rain. NORTHWESTERN 2 S 1 e............. 7 11 Browning Seattle.............. Spokane............. Mclvor and Cadman; Evans :md Murray, Sheely. Great Polls I3ntte Fromnie, Decanniere, Oninn Spen- cer; Couch and Brooks. Oakland ____ Q White and Haworth; 4 10 Portland Klawitter and Elliott; ilouck ,ancl Fisher. Salt, Lulu; 2 fi Los Angeles.......... 4 1. Fittery and Vann; 'Kabfil and AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Vancouver Tacoma........ Acosta, Russell, Hood and Cheek; Peterson, and Roberts. 7 2 7' 14 ,3 Fiuley and i) n 7 ..IS 7 3 NIGHT GOLF IS ALL THE CRAZE London, Juno the light heavyweight cham- pion pugilist, of Kngland last Indianapolis.......... 4 7 3 Louisville............ 3 11 Aldridge, Dawson and Gossett; Mid- rile ton and Lalonge. f> Minneapolis.......... 5 13 Kansas City.......... 6 13 1 Uurko and Owens; Luthrop and Berry. Columbus at Toledo, wet grounds, St. Paul at Milwaukee, rain. NORTHERN night easily defeated Harry William Giirzou.1 on points for the cliam- pionshln title find the Lous- tlfrlo bolt. v 'I' j Winnipeg Agnew and Smith; Bcnton and v.Pargo-Supertor, called last% of third. Inning, rain'. NMght golf has come, just like the day and night hank. continuous performance barber shops, never-closed lunches, etc. Tlie South Shore club, one of the largest of Chicago's organization is to electrically .4? illuminate its miniature IS- hole course for night hawks and' the early birds who like to practlso before the struggling rays of daylight push away ttie curtains of darkness. Hereto- fore lighting has gone no fur- Iher than _ the practise of put- ting green or clock golf dial., McMillan......... Pilling........... Belcher (Raymond) Oliver Parker DeVeber 48 24 20 20 1C 16 1G 12 12 S The club .shoots every Wednesday evening. For further information phone Roberts Alexander Parkinson Wilson...... Bruce Young DAN DERBYSHIRE ILL BrockvHIe, Out., June Daniel Derbyshire is in the general hospital here in a serious condition, following a. stroke of paralysis suffer- ed Saturday night. His right side and Ins speech are affected. No change in bis condition reported at the hospital tonight. Don't just wish you had the newest in Regimental and College Shields to decorate your room; start now to save the coupons of TUTTIFRUTTI GUM and make sure of getting them. A delightful selec- tion of the most beauti- ful Shields of Western Regiments and Colleges. (he new, convenient package, the wrapper of which is a 'i valuable coupon, Tdhtbackof eachgivesacpmpletellstbfthe Your dealer haa Tutil Frutti in any of five mellow flavors. ORIGINATORS When it conferred a barony on the Right Honourable Henry Chaplin, a short time ago, the British Govern- ment bestowed one more well deserv- ed honor on a most romantic figure iii English political and sporting life, a modern Monte Cristo, the story of whose crushing revenge upon the riv- al who stole away his lady love is as dramatic a chapter as any in the social history of England. Now 75, ami with a record of -IS years almost unbroken membership of the House of Commons, Baron Chaplin, as he will be known hence- forth, is a curious mixture of modern- I ity and old-fashionedness. His dress remains early Victorian, and his style of .oratory is that of the old .school with its'well rounded periods. The house of comm'ons has a great af- fectioa for him. Today a tall well-preserved, courtly Henry Chaplin in bis inline of youth, was one of the handsomest men in England. The son of a clergyman who had just left Harrow for Christ Church when he succeeded his uncle as owner of his famous Blankney es- tate, and not many' years afterward, he became engaged to .one of the love- liest women of whom there is a rec- ord in English history, Lady Florence Paget. i Of Lady Florence's many suitors, I the most ardent were the handsome i young squire of Blankney and the youthful Marquis of Hastings, one of the most famous spendthr.'ts and I m out reckless plungers .of his the fourth and last bearer of this title. Eventually Lady Florence con-, sented to engage herself to Chaplin and preparations for the marriage j were well under way when the Pock- et Venus changed her mind in favor of the Marquis, through an act of treachery by the latter. Paid Heavy Penalty For this act a. terrible penalty was exacted a few months later. Between the two alien in a fierce relentless feud was waged from that day. Chaplin scored the first, point in the duel when the :race'. horse Hermit was put .up to auction.. The marquis forced the bid- ding upito which was consider- ed a ridiculously.- high price for what was apparently riot inuch in the. way of horseflesh, but; a: further bid, of secured Hermit for his rival, and with U. though belittle suspected it at the 'time, the means of a well plan-1 ned revenge. 1 Chaplin "entered Hurinit for the Derby of 1867, but so poor were his chances 'considered that odds of 66 to I-were freely laid against him. The marquis'laid persistently and heavily against his rival's horse until he stood to win over never dreaming 'for a moment .that Hermit any possibility win. The memory: of that sensational and tragic race Is j almost sis fresh now as on the day i when run.' It, was the only Derby, over run in.a snowstorm. The flake's: were f ailing; iu a blinding 13 .the horses '.struggled gamely over, the heavy course. Half way home, to the amazement of every on- looker, Hermit began gradually to force his way to the front and, amid a scene of unprecedented excitement lie passed the post a" winner. This result spelt ruin for .'the Mar- quis of Hastings. In order even, partially, to pay his losses, he had to part "with his magnificient estate of Loudoun. in Scotland, valued at 000.. He never recovered from the died only four'years after his romantic marriage.'. His who afterwards married Sir George Chetwynd, died in 190C. WOULD BAR RACE PUBLICITY Directors of San Diegc Exposition Want Ordinance Passed San Diego, Cal., June request upon the San Diego city council to pass an ordinance which would pro- hibit any publicity being given'to the races at the Tijuana, Mexico track just across the oorder, is contained in a resolution adopted by the direc- tors of the Panama-California Inter- national exposition. The resolution reads: "In view of the adverse publicity we are receiving on account of the Tijuana race track and in view of the fact that we feel race .track gam- bling at Tijuana is working great damage to the exposition, and the city of San Diego, we request the city council to pass such ordinance as they may devise which will make it unlawful for any one to have in his possession or disseminate any books, charts, papers or publication any kind, relative to races, or race track gambling." LIEUT.COL. MORRISON BRIGADIER-GENERAL London. June Morri- son D.S.O., is gazetted a brigadier- General and attached to headquarters units. Lieut.-Col. E. W. B. Morrison, form- erly editor of the Ottawa. Citizen, went to England and France with the..'first contingent as commander of the 1st Field Artillery Btiga'ae. Winnipeg, June hundred and fifty commissioners to the Presbyter- ian general assembly which opens to- night in Westminster church, arrived in the city at noon today over the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway, which; operated a special train of 22 coaches from Toronto. This big party, constituting nearly iiali; of the accredited delegates, ga thered from all eastern provinces Many of the ministers of the maritime provinces left their homes 'the middle of last week and spent Sunday rpnto, leaving that city with a large number of commissioners from. t'ario on Monday. Sheep shearing in Southern Alberti s now well under way next two weeks a million and a half pounds of wool .will be in store. Shear- ng at the big Conrad plant, started yesterday, and starts today at R C fiarvoy's camp at Chin, and at other camps at Magrath and Cardaton Jeprge T. W.illingmyre, is in charge oE.wool grading operations'for lie Dominion department, is the district and "has six. men at work; ;hree at Conrad and one at each of .he other camps J. 8. Stressenger of 'Boston, -buyer 'or Jeremiah Williams, is in the city buying wool. Jas. Hole, reported to be North-Da- kota's first farmer, died at Fargo, he had Ined since 1871. l me a W G VA Art. You fad in K> Bike vp all the thmgs ttat you expert in a food gaiwnt, Mck 11 roontoea% fit. food rtyle, and the little Soe touchet A tniih tkit give owning to tuknaf in ihtffs. HIRTS upward Txi WILLIAMS, GKIIIU Co, IIMITID Mtttn tf hi ;