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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 9, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta BKFORi; Ihs Mows tlie unnUord" rider is at.lili No illnrier pall to wilt lor. because he can run Jionw at norai 1m lunch. THE LKTHBniDGli DAILY HUUALD -110 5th :8t. S: THE LETHBalDGE CYCLE CO. FOR SALE BY CarelcNS AUitiulc While Tliiiiiibing Bank Roll Prcparatury (o y'Giving His Wife the Money She lias asked for" NATIONAL 21) ...22 .19 20 U 18 19 22, 5s 27 .632 .348 .470 .408 .452 .m All National League games were postponed yesterday on account of rain or cold weather. INTERNAT1ONAL Newark 4 9 a Ilichniond ..12 14 2 I Pieh, Schacht and Schwert; Mc- Kenry and Reynolds. i Providence 1 7 i Baltimore J 6 -13 3 Schultz, -Eiiyrcs and Yelle; Morris- aette antl McAvoy; Buffalo 4 1U 2 Toronto 3 Bftder .and Herbert and i MuKoe. t Chalmers Drivers-Made. Trip in .31 10-1.7 Miles New .York, June J. Baker of the Chalmers reports as follows: Driving a Clmliperif 3400 B. P. M. roadster, 1J. F. Durham of De- troit shattered all'records lor .the Chicago-New York run today, making the trip in .31 ;hours flat; The'total distance was 1047, miles.. The old re- cord for the Distance.was made by 10. C. Patterson of July 15, 1915. Patterson droyn a Packard BlI-38, his time'being 35 hours minutes. Durham drove a stock roadster model, carrying full equipment, includ- ing fenders, from Cleveland to Elmira. He was relieved by A. E. Walden. The run from Chicago to 'New >York was practically continuous, no -stops .'joing made save for gasolin'e.'pirand-water. The drive from 'ChlcagoUp'Cleveland, a diEtarico of 375 miles, " by Durham in 11 hiiuri From Cleveland to'New York city there was ..12 12 a steady downpour of rain, slowing up [Kansas City 13 14 the car; and making constant use of ''Williams and Owdnn; Humphries the chains necessary. Many rnarrow 'escapes from nce-i- dents were encountered by the .driv- ers, especially'when crossing tho Allo- ghenles by night. Frequent detours for torn-up roads, steep grades and harrow trails "night traveling extremely hazardous. Darwin Hatch, editor of Motor Age, checked the car out of Chicago and upon i" at street, m New Yorl tint tinii Rochester ,6 10 2 Montreal v ''8' H 1 Kramer and Hale; Oadore CO AST'LEAGUE Vermin 10 18 San- Francisco......... 1 0 Arellanos and Spencer: Ferrltt, Old- lulin and Sepulvetla. Oakland S 11 2 Portland 0 2 4 Boycl aim H. Elliott; Hagermau, Noyes, Hartman and Fisher. Salt Lake............ S 1 Los .Angeles 3 8 0 Pierce and Hannah; Horstman and Cleveland New York Washington Boston Detroit Chicago St. Louis Philadelphia AMERICAN Won '24 Hi II) 15 18 1-J K 23 25 20 Pet. .GOO .571 .558 .528 .489 .462 .432 .'350 Fourteen Innings' Tic Cleveland, June and Washington plaj-ed 14 innings to a tie each scoring live runs. After Wash- ington had acquired a lead of five runs In the first inning after Wambs- gans' error hail 'spoiled the chanco to retire the side without a score, Cleve- land played an uphill game, and tied the score in the ninth, knocking Har- per out of .the box. Washington did not make a hit from the first until the 11th inning. Washington.......... 5 9 3 Cleveland 5 IB 1 Harper, Uallia and Henry; Covoles- kie, McHale, Bagby and O'Neill. All other games postponed, rain. -as liken I1 E Sptcnc )t Tho Aiiioniubilc During tlie entire'..trip the high speed :3400 R. -P. M. motor, in the Chalmers car never faltered and everv AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Indianapolis.......... 8 IS 1 Louisville 6 9 3 Rogge and Schang; Northrup and Williams. and Berry. Other games postponed, rain. NORTHWESTERN 7 S 0 Vancouver 4 9 2 Conner, Sutherland and .Roberts, Barham, Russell and Cheek. Chicago, June Johnson! I confirmed the story that organized ball has refused to pay nearly 000 to the Wards, H. F. Sinclair and E. W. former Federal league promoters, oh the advice of counsel. This money was guaranteed when baseball peace was declared on dition that the Federal League, in its entirety, would go out of business. ".Organized hall has held up these pay- ments for just said big "The Federal League men agreed to quit, but the Baltimore club, a party to the peace agreement, has sued the major leagues for in alleged damages. can't be expected to pay the stipulated price for peace when 'we have such a big lawsuit on our hands. Our attorneys have ordered us to j stand pat and we are going to 'obey them." A Specific for Constipation Rexall Orderlies arc a specific (or constijjation for people of all ages f because, having a tonic cffect'on tho bowels, their use Uonds to restore these organatlo their normal activity.' Even the most delicate child can be given'. Rexall Orderlies, for sale, easy to administer and mild inaction. No other laxative is so good for children. Sold onlyat the Rcxall Drue Stores and 25c. For: tale by J. D: Higin- botham 4 Co., Limited, Druggists, Lethbridge. W. A. Convention Elects Officers t (OOXTIXUED moat FJIONT by Moyer. Great iFalls Butte 6 W Kallio and Haworth; Hendrlx nnd Altman. Seattle 474 Spokane 6 13 0 grade on loute was made on high' Schmutz and Cadman, N'oble, Har gear: Tliei'average speed etad and Murray, miles. of rough cquntry roads 'and mountain .trails was _ hour miles an BIG AUTO RACE BOOKED FOR .CHICAGO TOMORROW Chicago, eyes auto racing world -are" turned Chlcaso- vrhere, "on ..June 10, the second annual 300 mile be lun on Alayvrood traclt fractically all OARIO REST A or the..'drivers who Indianapolis contest" last Tuesday are entered; In addition there. isMlalph Do Palma and the Mercedes, in which lie won! the Indianapolis event list eeaion i >t great rice between De Pal' ma and Hestl. this years In- dianapolis winner It expected PETITION TO HEVlVE BOXING IN CIRCULATION IN MONTANA Mont.-, June petition to-revive a baling contest law 1s being circulated throughout the It provides tor a state conimis slon, with three (.ommlssioneis at 11200 a year a secretary a leal, (urtlier. that adminlstra tion niiiBt'he paid for from receipts from boxing contents' 10 per cent ot -hid: shall bp to tho state to fortn fund for that pursue The law will prohibit the enactment of city ordinances to affect boxing MOKE IOXER8 ffOR AUSTRALIA Mliwaulisc. June Connore, manager of. Art Slaglrl, middleweight; Bonny Palmer, Miiloan hghtwoight ami banning, foathoi weight, will take his bunch or fighters to Aas trulla, for a oJ.flV8 battles isach under Iho direction of Snowy Baker They.will sail (ram'Dan Francisco 11 an tho sio.m NORTHERN Fort William 170 Winnipeg 272 Cummlngs and Weislng; Donovan and Moore. ...10 .0 Duluth 1 i i Rieger and Cronin, Brodie, Lane, Hamdschuck 'and Vigerist. TOM FLANAGAN WENT BAIL j .FOR CELEGRATED INDIAN .Quebec, June Tom Long-, boat, the famous Indian marathoner, and member of the: 180th Sportsmen's I 'yesterday in the. ranks'nf the legion) just :arrived here for'Val- ca'rtier 'camp. Thomas' is wanted in Toronto. Yesterday in the county criminal-, court" there his name was called to a serious charge b% a w oman He r as out on .bail pf furnished by Captain 1 Tom paymaster of' the 'Sportsmen's' .battalion.? A corporal's guard ,wlll be sent-from .Toronto-after thV Indian-.sprinter. Fargo 250 Superior 352 Ellis. Smith and Bachaht; Smith Erickson. IN DANGER Of LOSING JOB "Bill" Hurley, of Western Canada League fame, manager .now. of -ttje Great Falls club in the Northwestern league, has been reprimanded b> the Groat Falls club.dlrectorate.. The cjuu has been luoms turoitfli lack of condition of the players recent- ly "Bill" dalms that a clique has been working against liim on tho club He has been ordered to dpispme houffr cleaning and if the club doesn't show improvement Bill will lose hit He was the most successftll. manager the Western i Canada' ster boasted of. GUNBOAT SMITH BEATS emphib Tenn June 8 Smith won a decision over Arthur Pelkev ot Canada in a rather tame eight round bout here tonight Saslth was the aggressor throughout s'An- nouncement was made at the ringside that Smith would meet Jack Dillon here July 4. Lawn Tennis Supplies 1916 Tilfm Court anil Canada Hulls price Slizeneers Dchertj ft A AA Racquet flU.yU Wright and Ditson's Rucquets, WW, 90.9U and Wright Baciiuet All HRcaiiels niiaranteed A FULL LINE Or SA4IIALL GOODS Robertson's Book Store NEXT LETHBRIME, HOTCk. PHONE (ay> we can't help but look bitter and better after an Iniidt bath. Missionary Societies Con- vening Here Discuss Many Matters CONTINUED FROM.. FRONT VAGR} speaker all giivo an outline of I for li [iovv -at Mission Bands in Its A: Calgary came, about, and gave a few hints of the way the union worked. The conference then took the line of questions and answers. Mrs. Roberta asked questions and invited the dele- gates to answer -them. This ;was per-; haps the most interesting hour yet and.if al, angaries.. Crusade .-Day, great .benent would ac- room and great interest by crue to all the members. Mrs. Bull gave some very good hints on the 'duties of a treasurer. If all officials would work as suggested the life of treasurer would be a bed of Tosea. "" was the command of Christ 2000 years.ago, and Mrs. Wilson stat- ed that this command ought still to be obeyed today A'cfcordhig to Mrs Val Tilton, the past year has been one of vision. Men :had been called and had responded I well to tne call of highei civilization. Tiiis .makes the responsibility of wo- men much greater. All should take To look one's and feel onfe'a bast is to enjoy an inside bath morning to flush from the system the previous B waste sour fermenta tions anJ poisonous toxins before it IS absorbed into the blood tin coal, when, it burns, leaves benlnd a certain amount of tna terial in the form of ashes, so the food and drink taken each day leave In the alimentary ortans a certain amountiof. indigestible material which if not el (mated, forms toxins, and iwions, are then sucked into the blood through the ducts which are In tended to suck in only nouriahnieBt to suilain the bodv If vou -want to see the of healthy bloom in your cheeks, to see vour akin get clearer and clearer, you are told lo drink morning upon arising a glass of hot with a teatpoonful of limestone phosphate in- it which is a harmless means of wash- ing the waste material and toxins from the stomach, liver; kidneys-and bun els thus cleansing, sweetening, and puriMnf the entire alimentary tract, before putting more food into Men f nd women with sallow skins, liver spots, pimples or i pallid com- plexion, aiso those who wake up with a coated tongue bad taste, nasty breath, are bothered with headaches bilious spells, acid stoiaach or i onxtlpation should begin this phos ph.ited hot drinking and are isturecl of tery pronounced results In one or two A quarter pound of limestone phps- ihate costs very little al the drug Uore. but Is to demonstrate hat Just as soap and hot water cleansed purifies freshens skin on tho outside, so hot water and limestone phosphate art on the inside orgtni We aluavs consider that Internal sanitation'in vastly morf im- portant than outside cleanliness, be- cause the skin pores do not absorb into the Mood while tht porw do. J D Higinbotliam K all the delegates was evinced. Mission Cirde, .iniB and Purpose.' Miss Bruce spoke on "A Circle Mem- ber's responsibility." Mrs. Roberts then gave a summary of. the paper and gave hints and suggestions as-to how to carry on the work. The speaker asserted1 that money was not the first or onl> thing essential but nrayer for the missionary work -should be first. Miss J. Robinson, from the Depart- ment of Neglected Children, Edmon- ton, then gave an address on the girl An auto drive'was afterwards taken iiv thB ladles of Problem of Alberta and tea was served Ijy the ladles of Wesley 'the iioiue ot Mrs. C. R. Daniel._ Last Night's Session The Thursday night session was pre- sided over-by iMrs. W; W. Chown and was .well- attended.- After devotional 4av report" of "social service work in Calgary was given by Mrs. A. Barner. speaker stated that they had'irelceiyed-iiv1 grant from the Social Board ;.in Toronto and this enalihid them, to keep in full em- ail interest m tne large outside work Iplqynrtmt a" woman' who was doing a and also a binccr and broader work among the foreign races, eat' in local work. For the coming] An addr rases unique and all the delegates received fresh hints tofhoif to set tho chil- dren to work J f A band conference led by Mrs J. J. (Calgary) followed Tbe 1 he second annual ention government and municipal weed "in- spectors be held at Clareaholm Junior Report In the absence of Miss Cox, the Junipr secretary's report was read by Mrs. Montgomery. There is a slight: decrease in membership this year, there being only 287-members; last year there were well over 300.- With r the exception of two, all ihe.rbran-. ches, have contributed to the'pledges, She asked that the children be' taught more about mission .work Babies' Report The only Lothbridge member of the joard, Mrs. Ingram, as secretary of .he Babies' branch, gave a very gra phic account, of her work. A'letter was read from the general secretary making these special appeals from Canada: One, to provide extra food' and necessaries for 2 small chil- dren of missionaries in the MacKen zio river district; two, to help complete the mission Van- couver which is devoted to work" among, the Chinese, Japanese and Hin- dus; three, for the Columbia' coast mission. The Calgary diocese had sent their share, towards this appeal. In Mrs. Ingram's report she men- tioned especially the formation of a branch among the Indians at Sarcee: by Miss. Tims! St. Luke's, Red Deer, are fhe banner branch .this year regard to contributions, having sjeut-, in At Grassy Lake there is onl> one branch of the W. A., and strange part is that this is the Babies branch. A child is eligible for mem- bership in this branch after beingr baptized until 7 years old. Increased, activity was urged in this branch as" many busy women have no time attend meetings, but--through theirlj children keep in touch with ati.leasU7 this-branch of" the work. The name of Canon Murrell-Wright was added .yesterday to-the commit- tee to deal tilth tie re', sion constitution, Te Grants and Pledges -5, Yesterday it was decided to crease the annual grant of on June 27, 28, and 29, at the provin- cial agricultural school there It is expected every weed inspector m the prounce will be in attendance There win be addresses by Hon. Duncan -Mar- shall minister of agriculture Dr U supeiintenaent of agrlcul t'ure C. P. R. and H. A. Craig deputy minister, of agriculture. Tuesday evening will be spent in inspecting of fields and farm steading of the dem onstration farm at Clareaholfn On Wednesdaj there lull be addrebses bj "W D McKillican superintendent experimental farm, at Brandon, and bj Mitchell, Coaldale nurseries, by. John Perrie, deputy minister of municipal affairs and J Craig B H Strickland of the Lethbridge expen mental farm will also an addre on weeds and insect jjesta. On Thursday. Principal Stephen, of the Claresholm agricultural school J. C. Hooper, of the staff of "that school J_ D. Smith, superintendent of seed and -weed branch "and .O. assist- ant superintendent, will deliver ad- dresses. Convention rates will be giv- en on railways. K The con san auxiliary from ?250 to Jndian pledge of will be tinned as in former years The Bishop Pmkham emergency fund will be con tmued and the branches were urged to as much as noasible to it A- verj good suggestion was that tins' fund be used to build a house for-f Archdeacon TIms_ at Sarcee The Junioi pledges will remain 1 same this vear as last year "5 TRAINS IN WRECK New- York, June elevated" trains on the line wereji in collision this afternoon.- Fire, out in the wreckage It was reportedt that several passengers hate beenv killed GEN. SWENEY WOUNDED Toronto, June W. F. 'Sven-.. ey is lying in No. 7.stationary hospit- al at Boulogne, suffering.from gunshotJi wounds, according to a cable by his father His condition Is saidT ; favorable. T nets up. Tbe books for the circle showing the largest Increase goes. to Edmonton; Central, Cal- gary, being second'; in this case. During the .evening a solo was sweetly sung by Miss Ivy Dawsoir and a duet by Janet McIIvena and Winnie Walwork. An exercise entitled "Palm Branch Exercises" was given by the Wesley .band. The. children were very well trained! and the whole exercise wont with a' lively swing. .This con- cluded .the! day's .'gatherings. The last day's .sessions 'opened this j morning, the devotional exercises be ing in the. hands of the Carmangay and Eastwood Auxiliaries. Short re ports Averts received from various mis sion circles in the province, all of which.showed that the work was pro- gressing well among tho girls of the church and that In addition to the amount of money raised !the mission- ary enthusiasm wan getting greater. A circle conference was then led by Mrs. Roberta most, inter-: estlng. :fifa.ny 'Mnoatlbnn" wjiich had been problems' to some of, tho mem- bers were solved, "and a. lot of hints given for future work During the conference two papers were read by circle members Mrs M Gray had Don't Suffer Longer and allow youraelf to became grouchy, upset, nervous and depressed. 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