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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 13, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta You want the best TIRE PROPOSITION On The Market Don't You? Then buy the Gooderich Tire--the best on the long run We carry a complete stock of Gooderich Tires and the Price Also a large stock of Accessories H.T. Henderson Garage Cor. Gilt St., and Ctli Ave. Phone 588 GO TO THE GAME TOMORROW Pincher Creek and Loca Will Entern the Fans The Pincher Creek baseball dis- trict league .team has an excellent re- cord to its credit. Though they have ,1'bst two games, one and drew one, they have played a classy and consistent ball, and when defeated only, beaten by a small margin. .The first time they met Alacleod they were hea-teu 3, .to 0, but last Friday they turned the tables on Macleod and gave them a oail trimming. The Pincher 'aggregation are rated fast aiul clever fielders, but not over strong .wlta1 iiie stick-. This team will be seen 'in action against, the local nine tomorrow evening, at the ball park at 6i30. The locals have been practicing hard lately and are round- lug into fine shape. The contest to- morrow night should he close nnd fast. Cricket Club Practice Augers Well For Game Here A practice of, the Lethbridge Crick- et club was held last" night on the police barracks ground -when a good number of members turned .out, thi will be continued every night at p.m. and all members are asked to attend when possible. There are now "over.. 50 members and several others express themselves as wishing to .join. All information can be. had from ,F. Pott, 410-5th St S., .Lethbridge P. 0. WESTERN CAN. LEAGUE THE STANDING Deer...........20 Sassano.....-...... 16 lalgary....... .v 16 Edmonton........... 11 .'606 .500 ,.oOO 379 WHEELER IN BAD GAME ..DOESN'T COUNT Contest Between St. Cyprian's North Baptists The S. S: league match Met night between the' St. Cyprian's and the North Baptists must go down on the records as "no game." the sides were Incomplete and the game never went the required, .number of innings, ac- cording to'the'rule's. St. Cyprian's wore 'away in the lead in the fourth innings, but in the fifth the Baptists in their half commenced to pile up runs and ;close'up on their opponents, but. the game had to he called before the Saints ,had their .half, oh account 'darkness. .ROYALTY AT THE POLO ,-TOURNAMENl June King and V3ueen nn-d Princess Alary, with a outpouring of society, were nent fit Ranelagh, yesterday, to wh- iioss the military ,polo tournaments of the Cavalry and Infantry corps, Qu-een's Bays defeated the Roy- Horse 5 to 3. The nted Infantry, beat the Grenadier ;rds to; 1. i .ii Hoi (Iuards Vlade Edmonton Fa nit Sore and quired Police Protection Edmonton, June Deer won onight's game by. a score of 7' to 4. Wheeler, the umpire greatly incensed ana by his decisions and police pro- ection only saved him from 'rough handling at the Dunn of Red )eer got two home rjras. 000 020 9 2 Red Deer S 0 Skillman and Tangiiay; Dickenson and Bliss. BASSANO SHUT OUT Meyers Pitched Bronchos to Victory With Score of 4-0 Calgary, June CVIeyers pitched his aecond -shutout game on the local ball lot last night, when he held the Chesty Boosters down io six hits and did not allow a, single tal' to cross the pan, while the loco accumulated one at a time off the de chosen from the following; Home, Wheelan, Dixon, Hutton, Javiea, Cameron, Haxton, Hincks, la'nnerman, Sheddon, GJadwIn. I-look- Players are ''requested to be on lie ground at 6.30 sharp. Referee, i. Tennant. Duke of Devonshire's Horse Won New- bury Cup London, June Newbury uminor Cup handicap of sov- 5ns, one mile and .a -half, was today by the Duke of Devon- hire's, Perfonnent, by iiuany. She started at 7 to 2. R! Chili, II., 5 to I, was second nd W. M. G. Singer's Moscato, 100 to 5, third. International Cricket London, June went in rst the South Africans to- ay and made 130 for the loss of three tckets. Gnnn being the principal ontrlbutor, was 61 not out. The ustralians got Lancashire all out for (j and at the close of play bad made for no wickets. DR. CHARLES A. LORY President of tho State Agrictiltu College, Fort Collins, Cal., also Pret [lent, and will preside at the confe ence, of Irtteriiational Colleges an Experimental Stations at, the Dr i.Farming Congress at Lethbridge.. Carlson Reportec Mentally Sounc (Continued from front In this case Sheriff Young, who ha charge of tho arrangements for th execution will receive word within very short time, instructing him t prepare the scaffold, and select th ury ;to be present. Instructions wl also be received at the same time a whether eye witnesses will be a owed to he present. Until these ii structions are received, the sherif to divulge any informatio: other than that 10 arrangements have yet been mad or the Carlson is bearing up well he strain', and appears to be actin perfectly normal in every way. HI iyirituaradviser says he. spends m if Ills.time in reading, and does no appear to fear the end, although fee probably not yet been notifiei hat execution proceedings will be rosecuted according to Mr, Justice Scott's J I TRIGGER AND TRAP LIVINGSTONE TAKES BUTTON A regulnr weekly shoot was liel :ast evening at the traps and a num ier ot sHootorE took part'. Gooi ficores were made despite the hig] wind that was .fas. G rivingstone WQJI the Gold Button wit 23 out of a possible" 25, and A. E Stafford won the Spoon Contest witl G a possible 50. 23 22 20 13 .'------13 14 10 11 13 as. C. Livingstone L. B. Stafford R. Livingstone r. SlaBeth r. Green J. 0, Etlckley Qlenister...... J. Marks 1..Cunningham f. POWDER, DYNAMITE, CAPS and FUSE, BLASTING BATTERIES PAINTS, OILS AND GREASES, RUBBER HOSE IN VARIOUS GRADES AND SIZES, PACKINGS, BLACKSMITHS TOOLS AND SUPPLIES, BANWELL HOXIE FENCING PEERLESS ROOFING IN ONE, and THREE PLYS BUILDING, TAR AND FELT PAPER BOLTS, NUTS, COACH SCREWS, ETC., ETC. QUOTATIONS CHEERFULLY GIVEN FIRST AVE. 30UTH LETHBRIDGE, ALTA, CHOOL CADET- SUITS ARRIVE NEW KHAKI UNMFQRMS ARRIVE AND THE BOYS ARE IN FINE FETTLE Lcthbridgc Schools Cadet Battalion can turn out for parade any time now and put to shame many older military For yesterday iUcKclvic and AJcGuire received tlie long delayed shipment of khaki 'uni- forms supplied hy .the Stanford Man- facturing Co., of 1'dniiUon, Out. One hundred, and fifty suits corn'-j SHAKESPEARE IN GERMAN TONGUE Berlin, June Hanover c list has proposed to Mrs. George .West to transfer tlu. hiikespeare exhibition from Londoi o Berlin next smtinier, The' offar is result of the visit Prof. Reinhar.l .paid to Earl's Cpurbjast week. Ht .stated exhibition is to be pr? in Berlin, and that all. Ger many.wouM look forward: to it.- Mrs. Corn wa Ills West -entertains the proposition, Prof. Reinhardt will he in yited to produce Shakespeare in Vc Oldp Globe Theatre in German, u cast o-f leading German actors. ARCHBISHOP BRUCHESt IS BITTER AGAINST LANGLO1S Pastoral Letter Forbids Reading of One Periodical and Warns Liberal Member's Editors. Montreal, June ter issued by his grace Archbishop Bnichesi, forbidding the 'reading of a letc have arrived, and the toys of j R local moiithly review named "La and warning the editors or another journal, "Lq Pays" 'that if the tone of that paper were riot changed and.its policy made more in conform- ;ty wl'ih the traditions of the church, and of the Catholic religion a like fate would befall it, was, read in all the oman Catholic churches in the dio- the battalion will have their first opportunity to appear in full dress parade on Thursday, May 20, when a cadet- inspector will he in the city rom tlif; District Officer Command- ing's Muff ai t'algary.( This will be first- annual inspection tlie hoys have undergone with full inri they urn working hard under Lieut.-Instructor' to prepare or tliL1 event. i which they (tho. cdltoi-j) favor, are Church parade is another event llic precisely UIOEO against which ,oys are loolting forward to, ami ar-' put rangprnfiitR arc for this eature on Ific last Sunday of tin1 'eese'-oE .Montreal today. "La Lumlere" was referred as "turn- Ing into ridicule the most august tra- ditions of our and "command- ing its religious and impious book." In regard to "Le Pays" it was the organ of Air. Godfroi LangIoi-3, M. L. A., the leader of the advanced Liberal wing, and advocate of educa- tional reforms, ilie pastoral letter re> CALIFORNIAN SAW THE SIGNALS LORD MERSEY INDICATES PAR OF FINDING IN THE TITAN- IC INQUIRY London, Juno Uri'ls Court of Inquiry into the Titanic d) aster will find that the steamer Cat forniau defaulted from Us duty, tho course of today's- hearing, Lor Mersey, 'the president, staled wlthoi (nullification: "I have no doubt that the Callfo: niun did ae-e distress signals; tha they were signals from the Titanii tind that the ought t have t'ct to the T tanlc." Sir Alfred Chambers, advisor to the Marine Department o tho Board of Trade, explained to th court' the reason, why the Board Trade lifeboat scale had not been a tered for eighteen years. It was-be cause "travelling across the Atlanti was the'safest mode ot travelling ii the world." The disaster had not caused him ti think changes were necessary. Ni lessons were