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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 13, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta n'F.SDAY. .H'NF, l.'i. ;K DAILY IIKRALD Chicago in Hitting Form Now York. June hatted Anderson and Tesreau for IS hits, lo I'lnishcd Kirst in Chicago Aulo Palmn Kan Second Covclcskie to the Rescue Cleveland, June mad il three straight from Phlladdphii tailing M llanos here today mill defeat- winning :i I" 1. In the ninth inning ed New York for (he lirst linm this Klepfcr passed Ihu fire! two Intttii season by a score of S to 2. U'elnufis and Walsh, whereupon h( Chicago.............. S IN replaced by rovelopkii uhii A'ew York............ 'i struck Olit Gldring. Sciiang and Eilcll- Paekanl Archer, Kisi'her; An- derson. Tesreau, Schauur and Kochor. nariden. Even Number of Hits Philadelphia. Juno Philadelphia necured only three hits off Matnaux bancr i Cleveland Bush. She Coveleski 1 Rohan and Myers ant! O'Xeill. pittsnhrg Philadelphia 2 Manianx. Jacobs and Gllipon jiuder and Killifer. Lost Game Brooklyn. June Brooklyn de feated St. Louis here today by the an 'unir. Hi: than hf un dl in u in 1 i 11 i llahili He I'alma way. se in thud jil linntli 11 J e of I lie ntosl do: e I.v i-onf'stal that DC Palma Hcsla i i it iciinlul i I o c run s I up n t ici t il 10 i Hi i In l ill Un u i t! loiu i it tut until I 1 i is I o (1 i, DC 1 llil 111 d lop I Ittuibli if) 111 hi i t pe-s i M I'M Dill 111 lilt I IS II II 01 I .........nilcs of (In: up lo the lime I 0 i nils of Galiia helped Ihe Sox scnring. ..ngine irnulilc developed He i 3 3 I'alma anil llcsta laced almost 'I S 2 reacll u( lirsl one j GiiHia. Shaw and Hunry; and ijicn another taking Ihe lead. i Schalk. i cars faced llie slai-it-r j when the race started at o'clock. Third for Washington Joe Bel In six innings today, but all ihese Chicago. June llgnred in the scoring of runs, and tile Washington to three hils lod home team defeated I'ittRburg 2 to 1. Chicago won its third straight ganv 1 4 2 lover the Nationals. to II. Opportune 1 Cobb Hits Homer Detroit. June misplays cars had bill score lo I. Hester's attempt in anil uncertain pitching marked DC- l.'ite his! their (he sixth lo catch Getz's long ily, troll's S to C victory over Xcw York i savin- Ilia! they ivoilld not which was curving across Ihe left Held Tile pitdiers whu worked.; Sunday racitr: Italph foul line, failed. Bescher was slandiliB j Hamilton and Fisher, were knocked niilidrew. his on fair ground as the ball grazed or tbe box. and three others were finger tips, making il fair, Getz gel-! jo let yinch hitters bat. It) wiio drove luday's but was furred by ting a double and Johnslon. who was j gevon moundsinen in all were used. .Vm'f" withdraw after cover- on second, scoring the tying run homo run in the fourth was Ihe hit. Hils by Cntshaw anil ITJIara lealure. oliieri scored Gelz. Meyers' second triple I New york............ 6-10 iind Wheat's single added anolher run S II in the seventh. St. Louis.......... Brrmklyn Sallee and Gonzaics; Meyers. Fisher. Love. Shawkey. Cilllop and were forced out of ,lle i rouble -vere 2 oiipiclii Tom Alley, llaihe and (i) Totem Poles. (2) WrangeU, Alaska. (3) Hanging Book. (4) Hear Glacier, Alaska. (D) Hydraulic Lift at work below Discovery, Glacier Creek. Nunamaker: Hamillon. Boland, Datiss Tlie lace was .witnes.sed by the Cincinnati at Boston, postponed. 1 7 I) 1- 'and Stallage. Cheney and 1 St. Louis 4; Boston 3 St. Louis, June the ROUGH LACROSSE AT MONTREAL! National Assume Leadership of N.L.A. Soidicrs Present at Game tied and two out in ihe ninth. Austin doubled, scoring Plunk, and St. Louis i look today's game from Boston 4 to ;i. ;l (i 1 St. 4 12 2 Gregg and Thomas; Parks, and Chapman. Cape Fox markT the southern point A aska am soon Ke chlk-. as the capital ot Alaska, and la a well- TTtl ISLAND Alaska is farther Canadian Pac'Iltc "Princess" steamer.I JL- of San 'Franstao than that the traveller wakes..'nm morning to of bunrcitV.'aHhongh there couldn't be west of Export, Maine, his .first of tmd found a naturally level spot on which mountain, Juneaii has ensconacd I a iiQStpuiiL'ineui. j emialto those of Norway, thiit AlasVa of the Kwatfutis. rontalns more than two hundred im- At evening Unit, Qu. -nenseand unmatched ol Montreal. .Tune and XiiUomils had a regular old-time hi- orossft hattlft today for the leadership of the National Lftcrnsse rnlon. and! Spokane the Front'lunen won by 7 to i. There [Butte was a crowd out whon ihe teams Vancouver took the field, included in which wore jTncoma liirgv number of .invalided soldiers Great Fall NORTHWESTERN Won Lost 28 i'. 21 pulselt_ Gliarlo'te; vissset goes :oo slowiy throusli the channel to break the reflec- of the midnight sun in the solemr Afier leaviig Juheau tbere is an all- day trip up Lynn Canal to Skagway, the end of the Journey and the best- known town in Alaska. In the wild from the Grey Nunnery hospital in this Citv. The got the Hrst goal in eight minutes through P. Pitre Seattle Great Falls Spokane and at tlie end of the first period led four to one. They ware.never headed Kallio and Haworth; Brqwni hut the Irishmen made a, gallant' at-j Murray. tympt to even it un in tlie last quarter, which was sn roiish tlie KiiecUtors [Seattle Jiroke in on the field and a couple of Tacoma was the rfisult. peaks, tho terrific gorges and sound-' Lay Out Course af Henderson i identical record; and At Lake Coming On inr a municipal golf links; CORNWALL DOUBLED SCORE Cornwall, Out June made its appearance in Cornwall to- day and was defeated 12 to fi in a match full of incidents and quiok scor- ing. The first period Beaded with Ot- tawa leading :j to l, and it also led at half time by 6 to 5. Cornwall made a great' fight of it. Jn the second half and played beau- tiful lacrosse, putting in seven goals to Ottawa's none. Schmutz and C'ndnmn; and Roberts. Butte-Vancouver, travelling. t r, 10 T2 Sutherlai Bureau of Social Research is Establised by West- ern Govt. INTERNATIONAL First game Providence Newark Tincun. Eayves and RECORD FOR COLLEGE GENT Winnipeg, June 1 Gent, .Toe Carson's nacer, set up a Canadian record for a mile heat for this time of the yniir on a half-mile track when I lippiH he stepped the second heat oE tlie local chili's free-for-all in on Saturday afternoon. Eiizman, Schacht, Enright, Pich and S 10 7 S ntl Scluver X. id n-iissioiirr Freeman by a numtier or Igoll' enthusiasts suaJAest that the j south sitle or' the lake be for I thai, pitvpose. At present -it would be i possible only to lay out a nine, hole 'course but it is thought possible l by next year a very yood IS-iiole ruo.M FitoXT i course could be arranged. Commis- i sioner Freeman is much in favor of plan and it is Hkoly that something Blackburn be done 1.0 In Control of Work Artesian Weils Likely to be Found in Certain Area in South FKOM FHONT PACK) At Taber iho aiilk Rivor sandstone Controlling the work of Ihe bureau ;is reached at from G02 to S10 feet and there will he, in sad! province, an ad-: a flowing was struck right in the j Second game- Providence Newark............ Peters and Yelle; Pieh i i- i der 12 iid McAvoy; McKenry and r i 4 2 0; G i; a one-cent fare in order to en-; amusements at Henderson i Baltimore Richmond Tipple ii Reynolds. Rochester Buffalo Hill pnri Hale; Barter and Ouslow. PRESIDENT OF CINCINNATI REDS, Montreal.........; a 12 0 several gallons dally. s eomnlcted two' foremost the C.P.R. struck a I bo sufficient to cheer tne he-ut of tiie each will form noout 700 getting j most confirmed The cool nineil wliifli water daily. At the weather and abimdmt moisture has snoral policv L'nited Oils Co. well the Milk River-j leiuled 10 deep rooting ind thick stool Human Resourcss jsands were penetrated at fiOO feet, and i ing, The warm rta n of la1-! i a flowing well was struck which gives i caused a rapid growth with thi JOHN McGRAW'S PEN WORRIES D o n a 1 dson Line The Popular Scotch Serviced Sailings PROPOSED SUMMER SAILINGS. ATHEN1A .............July ,2 CASSANDRA July 16 Cabin passengers only. Rate Twin Screw Steamers, Urge, comfortable, .and very., steady'., .at -43. Service throughout ALDSON" STANDARD. Prepaid Tickets from ScotlaniTis- stied at lowest rates. For rates and other information apply to any Railroad, Steamship Agent, or H. E. LiDMANr General Agent, Winnipeg, 349 Main Street, Phone M. 5312. Vancouver, 531 Granville Street. .such as forests, water powers their development and 'penetrated and after boring into them i uKtion because a considerable uen Ceet a ilow approximating was seeded tm stubble this year and' ;allons every 24 hours was tapped. much depends upon it tunis out.! While shrapnel pnssejl him by. j Louisville lie charged straight for a -gun-j St. Paul crowned trench, j Perdue and Lalonge; And never winkeil an eye. i demons. ta j And then about, with bayonet, tiaj. Me swiftly struck nnd lunged. Tin; day was won, they cheered his grit, Hut-carelessly'said he. "A basr.lmll umpire once was t, This thins is play for me." and bill now total i a tncnth.- itaineci as the result of special studies 'in particular districts. At the present jtime oiie of Mr. Wooitswm-th's staff is If devotees of the Daylight Savins are to have the scheme introduc- ed in lethbndge this ypar the> to bring OUIICP of pressure -That was showii this raorn- it tlie counul meeting when ,e aimed I the petition m of. the plan came mrnei heie up foi action The petition 'contains the mines of il large bust linens fnmb in the cit> besides man> i inch hole roiild" bYnut down with a I JTondav next. Smocioi gi ihe smallei fnms ind proressional men iSLtSrSoSh'S So fo? ,e, to ao ,aid on tor tahied from a sm fore cheaper. A memo In the report last week to spend (lit that Sir T V. Reifstack, of I Departmental evumniUMs com thai a mencc at tlifi Consolidated 01 1 fitmb in the cit> besides man> Ren ton NORTHERN Fort William......... Winnipeg.......... Bentley and Agnew; Moore. Superior........'.v- 2 .4 2 Virginia .....___ 0 14 2 Bayliss and Erickson; Roger and Buster, Kargo.............. R 10 1 Duluth.............. 7 H 2 Wright and Smith; Hamlec and Vigerisl. OLD-TIME BALL STAR IS PL-AD] New York, June Chap- j man, played in Hie oulllelil of Ihn famous Allauta baseball team of tlie late sixties and seventies, died nl heart disease in his home ill Brooklyn 1 yesterday aged 72 years." Chapman jpartldpaietl in the ll-iuniii'.; contest in 11.S70 in which the Atln'itlcs won from ithe Clncinnnd tied to 7. jthe lirst defeat sustained by the Ohio j team in two years. j ('hainnan aidpd in organisation of {lie leaKne, tho Nation-! al .Association of Professional itasc-1 ball Players. I Start saving now tlie valuable outer wrappers of each package of ADAMS' TUTTIFRUTTI GUM Each is a coupon that enables you to secure the most attractive Regimental and College Shields. Tutti Frutti comes to you now in the new, convenient pack- aged Five good-sized sticks, wrapped in wax- paper and tinfoil. Start saving the coupons to-day. Ask yqur dealer for any of the five mellow flavors. ORIGINATORS The director, of the new welfare bureau is Air. J..S. Woodswortli, who lias aCuivVcd wide for his knowledge of. and keen interest in. our social problems both urban and rural. Mr. Woods-worth has made a j jiife-long study of social problems, and Jhis work has necopsltatcd oons'fler-1 jable time being spent among the non- JKngHsh speaking nationalities. Two I years ago. and again in inio he gave ia course of. lectures in Saskatchewan University somewhat along the lines of those he delivered at McGill. He has alao lectured and made surveys in a many cities and (owns of and altogether is; pe- flj ItlUUlS HtTHEJI. KIDNEYS Why Demanded petition for more daylight; REGINA SCANDAL PROBE Regina, Sask., June L. Hcp- j Pte. Jack Cheatei of tlic i O "M K 'of .Medicine Hat is heit friends prior to going overseas i Decoration day was observed by the ____, members of the 1.0.O.K. on Sunday, j auditor, was on ihe a number of them going to Bowville before (he Wetmorp coirun cemetery where a memorial was erect- -ion al) m0rning without anything new ed in memory of deceased Bro. II. G. j to dence developmc 1 I1 Hitchcock. oevline M L A Kim-Ulno will he thc next is unlikeU to BIG SUPPLY run tho stand before Tuesday ill culiarly qiialifled for his position as director. The offices of Ihe bureau are cen- trally located in the government build- ing, corner Portage. Avenno and Slier- brooke Street. Wtnnipfiff. V C Smith MA of Ingeraoll hiph school staff, has been appointed public schoul Inspector for East Elgin. sundry foodstuffs, representing a tot- j al value of Includihg ihe 5ent' [lid not Ihint It for Her to go. Upon my advice shr tried Gir. Pills which cured her arid for whieli she ever vetdy to speak iu terras of praise." _ MRS. THOMAS II. M.ESTID from Canada for Ihe Belgians llfs makes a grand total of 000 Maurice Goor, presideat of'the tral executive committee, stated tiiei'o are still S.000.000 Belgians' absolutely dependent1 upon outside chariu Jor suhsislence. Drug Chemical Co. of Canada Limited, Toronto. Leain to MU CYCQ ;