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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 14, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, .Time THE LETHBItlDGE DAILY HERALD Page 7 MARKETS LOCAL PRICES and Pruvlltani Prices raid No. 1 Northern.......... No. 2 Northern.......... Xo, 3 Ncnhera No. 1 Northern.......... N'o. 5 Northern.......... Xo. 1 Red................ No. 2 Red................ NO. J Red................ NO. 4 Red................ No. 2 per ton No. 1 Timothy.......... Wue Joint............... Bran SLorls f.'o. i Feed Oils Rolled Oats I'rC'Ji-'ec prlcfs to nutter, dairy Huttor, creamery New California carrots Green oalons, per dozen hutches FIRST BASEMAN SCHL'LTZ of the International Leafs. 'MAIL CARRIERS TIED SCORE IN THE ELEVENTH HOUR WHEAT NEAR DOLLAR Winnipeg, Juno day were: No 1. W. of A.; A. J. Carter, tec- etarjr of District 18, and D. 11 is probable- that tome- changes be recommended in connection the Liability and i'orkmen'3 CoiuvonsailonB acts. The lembers cf the coramluloa present ere H. C. Parson, chalrniau, and Messrs. Begble, Harper and McNam- ra, the last-mentioned being the eec- etary. Rev. D. a.- Perley, D.A.. and Mrs. 'erley arrived here yesterday from lelleviile. Onl, and .Mr. Perler has ssumed charge ot tha Methcdlit pas- orate here, in place of Hev. J. F. Dim- ck, who will leave for Prince Hupcrt bout the last ot tbe month. Mr. Per. "will preach at both morning and vening senlceg next Sunday. X sidewalk and fence are being con. tructed, for the Coal Co. In front of aerr offices on Pellatt avenue, by aarlen Waldo, who has finished his work in connection with the fencing n of tho grounds surrounding tha pro- Incial government offices. The Morrissey, and Michel which connects the mines at COB! Creek with the town o: Fernle, will have two new locomotives here n a couple, of months, as these have o'rdered from the Baldwin Loco- otive- In Philadelphia. W. Brown ant] her daugh- er, Sirs. M. A. Kestner, left yester- ay for" a trip to Vancouver and Vic- toria. Philadelphia New York Chicago Brooklyn Pltlshure floston St. Cincinnati National. w. 31 27 27 23 24 20 22 IS 2t 22 25 2? 29 32 Philadelphia Cleveland Chicago Washington Boston Detroit..... St. Louis New York American W. L. 39 .35 29 27 2! .-25 21 3! 20 38 14 35 11 17 25 21 Milwaukee Cfllumbus .-oulsvillo Kansas City St. Paul' Minneapolis Toledo Association w. CANADIAN HORSE ONE OF FAVORITES IN LATONIA DERBY RUN TODAY Cincinnati, 0., Juns iriOi ideal racing .conditions a tracfc llglitr.ing fast, and tvarm, fair wea- ther, five ol the best three-year-old thoroughbreds in the country' are ready, to go to tbe post lor tbe annual running .of the L-atonla Derby at a mile acd a half. The race tliis year nil! be worth approximately J8.000 to the wlnr.fr, making it vthe second richest running event of tho American turf. In a' sense, the race will be an international as Great Hnfaih, n Canadian cok- own- ed by G. ,V. Honilrfc, ivill dispute honors for favorllisra with (tin-ell, the track litlle fllly owned by J. T. WCJVCT, ol Lafoni.i, and on which all Kentucky Its hopes. Chicago. 111., June 4" Jackson baa passed Cohb and U leading -the hitteri of the1 American league, according to thia week's tlguret. Tht slugger's average t> ,435. while Ty has dropped to .403. 3S 23 29 S3 26 26 23 21 24 23 25 37 25 n 29 34 International Buffalo...... Rochester Providence Montreal..... Baltimore..... Toronto...... Jersey City 31 20 2D 21 22 25 20 13 19 21 23 24 25 30 2S Northwestern Seattle Vancouver Portland Victoria Tacoraa Spokane- 2g 28 25 24 27 31 34 36 .657 .529 .611 .490 .435 .43: .36' P.C .161 .671 .53' .52! .491 .as .34 .28 P.C .57 .64 .63 ,51 .5CK .45 .44 .38 P.C .03 .53 .50 .4 UMPIRE APPAHENTLY-WRONG Grassy I-ake, June Sporting Editor, Hemld IJuring a baseball game at Grass Lake between Burdc-U and the loca the umpire allowed a base runner t come home from third on a ba thrown by tho pitcher which alruc the bnlsman. He the bitaran to first base and alloyed the score t tho base runner who came In fro third. The umpire says be alloivc the score on the grounds that th base runner was trying -to hone nnd that he was half down before the ball struck Iho bat man. Is ho right or wrong In bis clston? A rule reads: "On a ball' tho runner shall return to h base, unless it happens that th fourth pitched ball to Hie bailer, ivhlch case. If first or first and baao, or first, second or third bases occupied, runners shall ai vanccd to next In er." This I; according and tbe umpire In the icsiinee, question Is apparently wrong, ii th rule has no exception There. U >ay "The runner shall return to his eicept In the cases Editor, AT FEIE ViDENCE HEARD ON QUESTIONS AFFECTING NMNISTER ARRIVES FOR WORK BAPTISTS ELECT THE OFFICERS FOR YEAR Rev, J. C. Sycamore of Calgary li Hon- ored With the. Presidency Red Ueer, June following 'fSeera were elected for the coming ANNA BOYNSKY'8 SOLE JOY IN LIFE IS SKIPPING WITH BABIECi OUT New York, June Aina Boyar- sky, who May stole tbe baby oi Mis. Abraham Fleischmann, of. No. 1417 Madison avenue, .from a carri- age- in flout ol Mount Sinai hospital, kidnapped sixth child and every ia New York was on the lockout lor her aiid Krienda Lieber- w-ltr, lour }ears old, daughter ol 1'hilip Lienerwitz ot No. 415 Wyona street, in. the section o! Brooklyn. A general alarm was sent to all police stations acd Lieutenants Jos- eph Thompson and Jamts McKeon. who worked on the yieischman case >far ago, took charge of the search. The girl, who is eighteen years old, suiters from tl.e delusion that while In Mount Sinai hospital less than two years ago twin babies nere bora to her, arid she has been to get possession ot them ever since She. lives with her mother, a widow, at No. 417 Wyona street, next door to the Lieberwitz laraily and a jear and a half ago she made iier first dis- appearflcce with the two little chil- dren of a neighbor. When lour.d, sev- eral days later, she had taught them to call her mother. She had taken excellent care of 'them, although rhe Lad ney. One day last may she. went to the Mount Sinai hospital, as she had gone times beiore, to the physician's to give her twin babies to her. She -had beeu turned away, as before, and was leaving the hospital when sha saw ilrs. Fleischmann's baby in the carriage in front ol the institution. Mrs. Kieisehmann was calling on a patient in tV.o hospital. Anna played with the bahy, Ruth, who was eleven months old, for a minute, aad then lifted the bahy from her' carriage and walked away with her. For two days the city was eicited by the strange kidnapping. Then Anna was found in a pouring rain, in East .Thirty-first street, drenched to the skin ar.d cola add hungry, but she had kepi Ruth, warm and com- fortable an'd had spent her last penny to buy milk for her.' She was sent to a sanitarium lot a lew months. The Licherwitj family has tout year this morning's session ol tbe small Martha, seven years Baptist convention: President IBV. j .C. Sycamore, Calsary; vice! president, Rev. K. -McCilt, Mmon- o'nj secretary-treasurer, A. W.'Ward, Calgary (re-elected by superintendent of Sunday, schools. Rev. C. Sheldon, Calgary. The following were- Program committee, A. W. Ward, flev. J. E. Hill; reception, new churches ani lon.-Rev, C. C. McLaurin, Rev. John Bennett, J. V. Lynn; resolutions, Hev. H. Is. Kempton, Hev. F. W. Dafoe, Ret D. Fritch. A. C. Ne-wcombe. Rsv. J. A. Milton; social service, Her. SI, A. Maclean, Rev. H. R. McQIII, Rev. A. G.SUnndell, Rev. W. P. Freeman, C. S.- Stevens, F. E. Alger, Rev. Mr. Green; obituaries. Rev. G. C. MoLaur- in, Rev. M. T. Habersbaiv, S. Grim- wood; preacher and alternate. Rev. John Bennett. Home Mistlon Board The new Home Mission hoard Is constituted as tollowi: A. W. Ward. Hon. A. C. Rutherford, Thomas XJn- dprwnod, c. Xeftcombe, Dr. Triton, J. V. Ljnn. W. Miller, E. R. Hill, Hov. H. A. McLean, Rev, W. P. Rev. H. R. McOni, Rev. F. W. con, Rev. J. E. Tiner, Rev. F. W. Da- foe, Rev. R. G. Blundetl, Rev. H. L. Kemptoa. C. 0. F. ONTARIO OFFICERS London, June C, 0. F. com- pleted their annual meeting last night with tho election of officers as fol- lows: H. 0. R., J. A. Steward, Perth; vice H. C. R., J. A, Brodeur, Montreal; High Secretary, A. P. Vansomeren, Brantford; High Treasurer, Robert Elliott, Brantford. Executive, Wm. Cowper, Montreal; N. J. StevenRon, Toronto; H. T. Kemp, Lislowell; A. R. Caipun. Ixradon, and F. H. David- ion, Winnipeg. High Registrar, W. Walker, Montreal. Quebec will the next meeting plice. ,ld; Dinali, six; Ruth, lour, Sidney', two. Anna Boyarsky, living door, has been with them much. About three months ago ;she went away vfith Martha and Dinah early n the morning, and. they were not ound until that midnight, when a park policeman found' them asleep in clump of bushes. Martba and Dinah were happy to he with Anna, who bad taught them to call her mother. When Anna asked permission to A DESTRUCTIVE BLAZE Watklni, iMinn., June flro which broke out at Eden Valley near here just before 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon wea pretty-well under con Irol at 4 o'clock. The fire started 11 the station; just how It i! not known] ar.il spread to the [umher yards ant] adjacent buildings. The chief 'losses were confined to the- SOo Line station the Arlington hotel, tbe F. J. McCar- thy lumber'yards and Kelratone's gen eral rricrchtndlse. store. ti loas la estinmted roughly at from to J30.000. Brantford citizens, under the plccs of the Board of Tmde, have raised over ?5C'00 for tho purpote reunion of British faiutlfei la IJraril ford. Tlie viglit hind axle of the Ford is a masterpiece. So are the other all parts that make the complete car. But it's the result obtained hy the harmonious working of all its parts that has made the Eord "the universal car." More thaa 275.000 Fordi now In vlncinj evidence- of their wonderful merit Runabout, 1675; Touring Car, 1750; Town o. b. WalXorrtlle with nil equijuneat TELLS HOW CLARK SHOT POLICE- MAN ARCHIBALD BLOOD COLD Vancouver. June 13. "Blactle" Seyinour entered the witness tox to- day and told in tbe most sensational manner the story of how Police Con- stable Archibald was shot down In cold blood without having been given the least chanie to defend himself. It was while Seymour was In jail with Clark and Davis that, according to Sctmour, the litter, who are charged with the murder, the story ot the murder. :aie Ruth for a walk on Sunday, Mrs. LleberwiU objected. But, in omn manner unexplained. Anna got luib. out of the house about lour o'clock in the afternoon and. the two lai not been found al- hough all New York policemen were- on the watch lor them. Anna' wore a dark striped dress, and neither bhc not Hulh wore a hat. 3trs. Lienerwitz is ill from worry and Is under thb care ot a physician. Celebrating the Kaiser's Silver Jubilee Berlin, Juno festivities In connection with the completion next Sunday of the twenty-fifth year of the reign of'Emperor-William opened this afternoon with a review.of the Im- perial'Austornoblla club, the .Military Volunteer Automobile corps, and oth- er automonile organizations In the Army Cimusso In the western suburbs at Berlin. Headed by Prince Henry of Prussts, commander of the corps, and the Duke of Ratlhor, president of the Automo- bile club, hundreds of motor cars de- corated with flowers and hunting were reviewed by his .Majesty. The Dukes of HaUbor then'presented tie first of the Innumerable addresses which [be Emperor is to receive on his Jubilee. Tho Emperor and Empress after- wards proceeded lo the Stadium er- ected for the next Olympic games to witness Jubilee equestrian tourna' rntnl. Seven thousand school children gathered In the court Ibis morn- ing and rehearsed'the songa which they will sing to their Mnl.-.Blies on Monday-morning. Tho city ol Berlin has appropriated for the decor- ation of the streets. Of this sum ODD Is to be ipent on Unter der Lin- which ulreVdy tins taken on R very gay appearance. On 3unday tho real silver Jubilee an- oiveisaTy. very few celebrations TviM occur, as It marks the date of the death; of the Era'peror'i father, Fred- erfck llf. told him Seymour had separated irom the other two, hut thinking that Ms only means ol clearing himself ol the murder he told the whole story. as ioliows: Davis and Clark robbrd the Hast- ings mill shingle company office and then took their Ut of burglars tools in an alley nearby where they hid j them. Tbrr' later attempted to rob Finaley's grocery store on How-' el street, but failed to gain entrance. They returned to get their tools, but while they were standing at the side oi the road Clark stopped to ight a cigarette. Police Constable Archibald saw tho light and ap- proached U.em, asking them lot an account ol themselves. Clark replied that they just walked nto town and were intending to sleep in tho hushes thai night. The officer did not thjnk the ac- couut a proceeded, to search Clark. In his possession he bund a and asked what that was for. Clark replied that lie ceeiled that in his business. can hardly expect me to be- ieve replied the officer. Then Ills officer felt tor" his gun. Beiore he know it, Clark haii stepped tack jnd fired three sioli. point-blank, aoij thi officer dropped in his tracks a dead man. Tiie men {hen grasped the officer's gun and flashlight and ran along the track through the fence, on the way !hey threw (he revolver and flash- light into a hole. They took the tools 32 blocks to Sixteenth avenue Inverness street anJ hid (hem in a hollow tree. All the articles except the gun which did tho shooting have been loucd by the police. The case is still proceeding. TAKE OUT A Summer Membership AT THE COS! mill ecu itfl ffl SHOWER HOT AND COLD WATRR GYMNASIUM READINO ROOM BILLIARD ROOM OUTDOOR FOUR TENNIS COURTS Tinnli Court 15.CO Summer Membership Join Now RELIEVE NEURALGIA. NEWS ONE-FOUR One-Four, June Mary from Kelhin, JS'orlh Da- kota, has taken up residence with her son, Archie, on Section 28. Mrs. Wctherelt is accompanied by her daughler, Myrtle, and has brought a goodly herd of cattle. .Ales Lindsay has relumed Ironi Medicine Hat, where he made entry at the Dominion Lands Od.ce lor E. i 25-1-f. and will build himself a house and barn at once. Jack Woods, of Niedicir.e Hat, has put in the week with us, lookiog ov- er J4 lands, fiobcrt Foster has returned from Xew Dayton ar.d is again on tha homestead. Mrs. Mary Wethcrelt had the fortimo to lose a', valuablft heiler, which lell Into a hole, and broke leg and resultant conversion Into a welcome supply of heel lor the Ki- tlcinent. Cinlne Ciwid It All For allowing a vicious dog to run at large, a Chinaman was lined J2.00 and costs, and ordered to destroy the animal, by A.cUog.Maglstrat.e.'Be.ntley, tills morning. QINTLY HIMTID THAT RiSIONA- TION WOULD MOW ACCEPTA8LI I London, June from parliament ot Elliott Williams, private tecreUir to Dan'j George, u ol the publication of if pioftiUic Carr-Gomm divorce iuit, m wtfcS Mr. Cravrshar-Wllliaoi li 'ciM M co-respondeht. For political everj has heen made to IMP tin proceedings from, the public, Itary to all preeedeit, Henef' even adopted In the portlBg 1m law courts ot ot ac- Lion. Instead, of entering the ordinary public list, wiry, vas only made In pencil on a form In a private- corridor of tbe pro- bate divorce and admiralty decisions Considerable comment resulted, aod reprecentatioM ,Ven thraatcaM to the authorities, but irlwa the. as printed fa Ntir cabled back to Englasd, the Letorter Lib- eral org'aa indicated to'Mt.'Craw- shay WiUlanu advisabllltr-ol resignia'g.' The latter consulted Premier As- quith, also advised his reslgan tion, and it is understood that Mr.' Crawslay-WlUluni'-fetter' to bis con- stituents explaining hit rMi was written Mr. Asquitb. A come earthquiXa shock wai ex- at' Lachute, Qae., It lasted for minnUt but M lous damage waa dona. ;