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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 19, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDOK DAILY' HERALD PAGE THREE' Easily Conquered Best of North Coast For Seattle Juno 10.-K. Kunmglli, ol Tohlo chain pion. tennis, player ot tic Orient, and H. Mikallll, also of Toklo, gave all exhibition of then- sltlll urdny during' the Seattle city tourn- ament. They wore pitied against Russel and McBurnoy, two ot the best lliiMl 111 Seattle, and defeated them easily. 6-1, T.h1 tourists were left and right handed players and covered every Inch of the "I'iolli had hard, difficult services to linnille, and the Seattle men had great trouble with them. Russell especially driving Hie hall out of hounds on many occasions. The drove every hall and their shots were accurate nine times out of 10. The Japs left for California today, where they will meet the toast of American tennis, players. Their per- formances in the south will ho watch- ed u-itli keen interest the continent George -Smith, Which Finished First in Kentucky Classic, sls Second Cincinnati, June and Ward's groat horse Dodge, with Mwr pliv nn, Kon-the.thirty-third renewal M 'the classic Latonia derby at the Lalonia (Kv.) race track today. Geo Smith I lie winner of the Kentucky-, derby at Louisville, finished second and Dick Williams, third. Dodge's 'T irarToot day greeted tho large at- tendance, but after the running of the llrst race a heavy rain fell, turning the track from good to sloppy. The rain also turned betting .from George Smith, who was a heavy early fav- orite, to Dodge., and near post time the heaviest play centered on the eventual winner. In the pari mutuels Dodge paid Jo.SO on a S2 ticket to win, 5S.10 to place. to ,lmr. -Sccrge Smith-pam tnr i S" ticket for place and ?vUU to show Dick Williams paid ?3.20 to The distance of the race was a-mile and a half. SATURDAY GAMES Tripped and Lost Game Brooklyn. Juno ook a lirinci- grip on the lead by de- eating Chicago. 4 to 3, in 11 innings, vhilo Cincinnati was trimming tho 'hllllos. Brooklyn used four pitchers. With two out In the llth and Olson in first Seaton passed Meyers pur- rasely to get Coombs.. The latter ingled over second, the ball rolling o Williams, who tripped on the wet grass, and Olson came home with the vinniiig run. Cutshaw was acciden- ally kicked in the face during a close ilay at first base and had to retire. 3 4 Brooklyn 9 Vaughn and Arch'er; Cheney. Mar- nuanl. Appleloii, Coombs and Meyers. GriffiHi Saves the Reds Philadelphia, June wonderful running catch by Griffith of a drive by Whitlod, with iwo men 'out and two runners-on Hie bases, in the ninth inning prevented Philadelphia from taking a 1 lo 0 victory from Cincin- nati The only run scored was by Oroh, a Ijomer into the left field bleachers in the lirst inning. Cincinnati............ '_' Philadelphia.......... l Toney and.Wiiigo; Demaree, Me- Ouillan and Burns, Killifer. Rain Blocks Games St. Louis at New York, game post- poned, wot grounds. Pittshnrg at Boston, both games postponed, rain. SUNDAY GAMES Reds Win Another Cincinnati, Julie a muddy field Cincinnati won from St. Louis here today 5 to 2. Raill started dur ing the lirst inning but the game was not called until the end of the third The rain ceased in about halt an hour but the field, was sloppy, when play was resumed. 'A St. Louis............. J Cincinnati............ n Meadows, Hall and Snydor; Mitchell, Ichultz and Wingo. Only one Sunday game scheduled. COAST LEAGUE Oakland 11; Salt Lake 1. Los Angeles 2; San Francisco 0. Vernon 8; Portland 4. 3; Vernon 2. SUNDAY GAMES, Lake 4; Oakland 0. Lake 2; Oakland 1. Francisco 2; Los Ail- SATURDAY GAMES Sox Score Shutout Chicago, June bunched hits off Ruth and shut.out Boston, 5j to 0. The locals outhit tho visitors 2 lo 1 with Jackson leading the attack with three hits and a walk In four times up. joslon.............. J j Ruth and Thomas, Agnew; Benz and Schalk. Senators Win on Bunched Hits St. Louis, Juno lunched hits and won from St. Louis, lo 2. The visitors started after 3 room in the llrst, getting a run on hree successive singles. Weilman hen went in and stopped the scoring mill the fourth, when two singles and a double netted two more runs. A balk by Weilman in the sixth scored Rondeau from third and in the ninth a single, a sacrifice and a double gave the visitors another. Washington St. Louis Harper 5 11 2 10 Gallia and Henry; Groom, McCabe, Weilmau and Hartley. Detroit Wins Again Detroit, June made it three straight from Philadelphia, My- ers' unsteady pitching and six costly errors behind him aiding tho Tigers to a 7 to 3 victory. Crawford got a three-base hit in the seventh when be relieved Heilman, who was suddeiuy taken ill. Philadelphia.......... Detroit 7 New York Trims Leaders Cleveland, June York won o to a scoring the winning run in the fifth when High doubled, Peckinpaugh tripled and Pipp doubled. Shawkcj was wild, passing five men during til lirst three .innings, hut was effective and settled down after Roth's hit had practically accounted for two runs Turner was forced to retire becaus of a twisted knee. New York............ s --J Cleveland............. s Shawkey and Nunamaker; Bagby Coumbe, Coveleskie and O'Neill. SUNDAY GAMES A Fatal Throw Chicago, June Weaver's wild throw of .lauvrin's grounder in the seventh gave Boston a 3 to 1 vic- tory today in the filial .SHAMROCKS-SPRANG SURPRISE Cornwall, Out iune 17 The Shamrocks spring the seasons great surprise so fa- or beat Uii fictoij town team here by a score of 4 to 3 afte ten, minutes of ovr-i time and in one of the best games of the season H-nj Hjland the well known hoc kcv n tfta- b" boai tor the Irish in the overtime and won the game. ___ PLAYED IN RAINSTORM Montreal Iune put up a good game heie against the Na tionals but had to acknowledge de feat bv 7 to 1 The Erenchmon were much better in the first period and led bj 6 to 2 ill the second Tjy 7 to o and in tho third bj 7 to 4 but Otta >va hold them in the final period, vhich: was scoreless..The game was phjed m a terrific nmstorm and on a field that was a .regular niorass. DAP'O RESTA WON HEAT Chicago Tune' IS Dario Resta won the 'irst heat match race ivith Ralph Do Palma it the Speedway this ifternooii Time 3t minutes 57 2 3 seconds an average of miles an Iioui ;eles 7. Angeles 5- 0. 4 Francisco 2; Portland o. Portland 5. THE popularity of "White Di mond" tires is not due merely the unique attractive appearance. The well-known Goodyear quality sets them in a class apart for hard wear. Blue Streak While Dia- mond Tire-an aristocratic tire of white Ail-Weather-Tread as strong as it is the bicycle tire de luxe. EAR MADETN "CANADA BICYCLE TIRES EXTREMEiWEAKNKS; AND game of the series. Boston Chicago Mays, Leonard, Shore 3 1 and 6 1 10 1 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION jA-rijRQAY GAMES Kansas City 4 Columbu 1 St Paul 4 Indianapolis 5 Minneapolis Loujsville 0 0 Milwaukee Toledo o SUNJAY St Paul 5, indnnapolis i Indianapolis 1 St Paul 1 Kansas City 3 Columbia 2 Toledo 4; Milwaukee 1. Milwaukee 2; Toledo 1. Minneapolis O Louisville i Minneapolis 4; Louisville 3. NORTHERN SATURDAY GAMES r-irgo 1 Winnipeg 2 Winnipeg 5, Fargo 1: Duluth il, Virginia 5; Fort Williams-Superior, rain. SUNDAY GAMES Duluth 11; Virginia 3. Scott, Russell, Cicotte and iScbalk. Detroit Takes Final Detroit, June .hitting, coupled with the visitors' field errors, gave Detroit the filial gime of the series with Philadelphia todaj 8 to 2 et's, with W. Watt, as captain, came out on top in the cadet inspection con- ducted last-week by Major Birnie, be- ing one point ahead of the high school, Westminster .was close be- hind. Since Lieut. Filmer went to the front, the 'drilling of the cadets has been carried on by Hie principals of the and Capt. Robi- son 'of the High School. AS there were companies' in the, central school, Principal Stewart found it dif- ficult to spare time from his entrance classes'to drill them, corisequently they have received little drill since January -1st. Five companies were inspected, the Philadelphia Detroit CRAWFORD DRAWS SALARY PLAYING THE BENCH Sim Travvfoid will not be sold to Washington or St Louis b} the De troit club so atatei President Nivm of the Tigers Cravvfoid Ins been oh the bench .for several weeks, oc- cisionallv being used as i pinch bat ter His contiact with Detroit does not expiie until the end of next vear and-it is said to eall for a INTERNATIONAL Baltimore 0; Richmond 1. No other. games scheduled. SUES BUYS' REliEASE Kinsas Cit) June Art Bues outfielder for the Kansas City Amen can association club who eaily tod1" boight his unconditional release fiom lobeau wis signed by the Cominuus club ot the American association, playing ii' ser- es here and appeared in the lineup :his afternoon, playing a spectacular game. They catch you just right W. 0- :R.. summer gar- are so light, so porous and so flexible that they fit over the body like a second natural covering And you Wo j l tHSUncdnsciomoI them Tnc7 GOSSCSS, too, ft certain stubbom- and up Klosed Krotch Underwear Ask (or W> With or without webbing. Tko Willim, Orcrac C Sheehan and Schang, Murphy; Hani- [Ron and Stanage Walter in Fine Fettle Loins June Louis could not hit Johnson when hits meant runs while Washington hit Park and Da venport bird today winning 5 to 1 Washington 6 12 2 St. Louis I a i Johnson and Ainsmith; Park, Ua venport, Koob and Severoid, Chapman, Hai tley Indians Up Against It Cleveland! June of a crippled pitching staff Morton and Klepfer being Cleveland was forced to rely on second string pitchers tod-y and New York scored at will winning 11 to 3 and scoring in every inning except.the eighth. Ivevv York 11 .Cleveland 3 10 4 Cullop Russell and Nunamaker Alexander Coumbe Mitchell MrHale, Gunkel, Loudermilk and O'Neill, VBI1 lings. NORTHWESTERN SATURDAY GAMES Spokane 5; Great Falls 0. Vancouver 2: ..Butte Q. Tacoma 7r Seattle 6. SUNDAY GAMES Great Falls 1; Spokane 3. Butte 3: Vancouver 2. high school central senior Westmin- ster aid Galbfaith combined, Fleet- wood- and Central junior. The in- specting officer, Major Mr. D'ob'sqn agreed to handicap the high school three -points on each .division of the' work inspected, making a total handicap of 12 points New Gold Mine Co. Is Incor- for Sum- mer Work Cranhrook June In mining circles in East Kootenay dis tTlct during the past month have re ceived an impetus which promise well for Cranbrook. .The latest com pany to be incorporated is the Ver onica-Gold Mining company, Limitec vith head offices at Cranbrook. Stock n this company is selling rapldls, joth in East Kootenay and Alberta points. The.Perry Wild Horse Creek ?lacer Gold Mining company, another ocal concern, is preparing for the summer's work, the backward sea- son has prevented work from going ahead on Perry Creek, where the snow is deep. .By the first of July it is expected everything will be ready to start operations B> that time the Homestako mine is anticipating the Trouble Saving.Bridges Fernie. June twenty-, four hours of warm weather has added, another twelve Inches to the flood In the Elk river here and conditions to Ilie many bridges across the river are rapidly assuming a critical stage. Nearly nil the private logging-bridges have already succumbed to' the 'tor- i rents of water and the government i bridges are being threatened with the same fate unless there Is an' immert- late subsidence ot the flood. i The Karey Creek bridge across the i Ulk just above town, has been cut i off 'by tho' rlBlilk" waters and an at- tempt to save tile structure yesterday resulted in failure so far as adding i safety to the bridge is concerned. The bursting from the piling of a portion of the plank casing yesterday on one of the piers rendered immed- iate action imperative and a platoon of "A" company of the 225th battalion was brought to the assistance of the icity and provincial authorities who i hail the work of saving the bridge in liand A pile driver was taken down land set up and after one pile had been driven home and the second one swung in place for driving, the crane which had not been stayed with guy ropes, in the hurry to get piles in place toppled over into the river and s now among the floating drift down stream. Nothing can be done to ave the structure which is trembling pon the unprotected plies at the east n.d of the s'pan, and it is expected to .11 a prey to the torrents. Government Bridge in Danger The government traffic bridge at Hosmer is in a critical position, with ne approach underwater. Station gent Douglas, of the Great Northern eports all bridges on that line still n place and unless the water still keeps up its rate of increase, no ser- ous danger Is apprehended on that ine The C. P. R. has not experien- ced any trouble so far, though Road- master Telfer is very busy looking after his bridges. foot added to the present unprecedented flood would try all bridges to the limit and if one should go, it is feared that others would le carried away with it. This Is almost certain to be tne case with the Farey Creek bridge with the city water mains- and as the distance from it to the Great North- ern bridge between town .West Read How Mrs. Goodling got Relief wid Strength. Vork' .have E.1" Plnkliahi's Vegetables Compound- and j? -----------1 found it to be all you ay it is. I. was lick that I could not ,K stand at my sink wash-'dishes could not'sitwithoiit a pillow under me. v. [l 7 every few ifnc'e I the Compound'.I, don't have to-send ,______I for him. I have hadv three children and could not raise any ot: them, but -mce I taken the pound I have a bright baby boy. advise every suffering woman to try itr. and get relief. .Ithas-dorie wonders for. E. King Pa. _ hoftft in bringing health to so no, woman has a right to say without try-? ingit, "I do not me." There must be more than a hun--t dred thousand women in this Mrs. Goodling, have whatwonders Lydia E. etable Compound can do for -weak- and; ailing women. Try it and see yourself. ;J If there arc any complications you don't understand, write v Lydia. E. Pinkham Medicine Co. i Iiynn, Mass. LIVERPOOL FIRE Liverpool June persona were killed and eleven injured m a fire which broke o it eailj Saturday j. morning at the Imperial hotel a well known commercial house. The up were destroyed. stalling work scale. an extensive London. OnU June broth- er of Major General Mercer was reported missing after the battle-..ol Hooge has received official notifica- tion from- the-military authorities that Geueril Mercer was killed during that battle. Believes it Correct Ottawa June Sam Hughes stated tpdaj that he has no of- ficial confirmation of the cabled re- port' that 'General Mercer had been i led and that he is not a prisoner s was first reported. The general s inclined to think, however, that the euort is correct If General Mer-, er Is dead, General Victor Williams s doubtless a prisoner of war as the eiman bulletin lus pnnourced the anture of one wounded Canadian genera! London Tune a sequel rioting in Holland, resulting from shortage of food, the Dutc.. iiuntiers will be closed next week and th-> ex lort ot foodstuffs prohibited until the supply reaches normal, t Copenhagen dispatch to the Ex :hange Telegraph company. LATEST BIG-LEAGUE AVERAGES NATIONAL LEAGUE Chicigo Iune hitting hv the Cubs the last week put them in the lead in club batting in the'Na tional league with 205 and gave them three places among the 10 batters do ing 300 or better The averages published here today which take m games plaved last Wednesday show lake Daubert still leads the list with 345 Max Carey of Pittsburg has resumed the lead in stolen bases with 18 vMll in most other departments the Cubs are ahead Williams in home runs with seven and in total bases with 99, Zimmer- man in runs scored v-itli 13 andswok in sacrifice hits with 19 The 308 hit teis are Daubert Biooklyu 145 Schuite Chicago riovle New Tork M3 Ximmeiman Chicago 330 Robertson Nt.w York 829 Wheat Brttokbn Hinchman PiUsbiirg 31S, Wil Hams Chicago 306 Wagnei Pitts burg 303 Clnse SOI Tho leading pitchers' who have Ink en part In 10 or more feamts'are Eiafhed AMERICAN LEAGUE Onlj seven regulars are hitting bet ter than .300 in the American league, and Burns of Detroit has edged into second place Speaker still leads, with .388: is ahead in total bases with 108, and in runs scored with 43 The un usual sight of a catcner leadlng'the league in stolen bases is shown with Schalk of Chicago setting the pace with 14 one ahead of Cobb and Sislei Gianey ot Cleveland still leids In home runs with 4 and Cleve land iin sacrifice hits-with 16. Detroit is ahead In team batting with 256 The 300 hitters Including only those wh i have played In at least half the games of their clubs, are; Speaker Cleveland 388 Burns, De troit, 34C ,'av.icnon, Chicago, 33? Cobb Detroit 311 Heilman, Dei troit, 110 Nunamaker, New Yolk 308- Smith, Cleveland, .303. Earned Pitcher Won Lost Runs Cullop, New York 5 0 15( 2 1 "I 2 221 Pltchei Ptcffer, Brooklyn Philii .Won. Lost- Huas 10 "Morton Cleveland 10 H Coveleskie Detroit 8 Ai'deii Carrol, at one time rated as a skater, Is dead at Ingersoll aged 68 iCHR'SLIFEW 10 Bow. Island, June Bow Is- and Agricultural socleU held their annual'meeting on the 15th, and elect ed their officers for the year. The new president is C H Bell the vice-president, F, A. ,F Taylor; Werts. secretary- Wlth learty coopeiation of the people the exhibition promises to one than last year. be a better el ii unuftG Fernie is not great, there is danger of its striking that structure when it goes out. Teams have been at work all day hauling rock onto the wagon bridge which leads to West Fernlo, and Man- ager Oleson has been doing the same at the Elk Lumber Co. a few- hundred yards below the government bridge. Chief Welsby reports that the wagon bridge over the Elk at Elk Mount is m danger and may go out. but a. shoit distance above the Great Nortnein railway bridge at that this would en- danger that structure The Kootenay river is reported to be on the rise and rapidly f'oodlng the lower lands along its banks. A telephone call for the- Ross-Saska. toon mill has failed to get a response so far this afternoon. Little Damage to Private Property Aside from the logging bildges men Honed, not much damage to private propertj has jet been recorded, the damage being confined to flooding of cellars and of gardens in the lower parts of the town Wild lumors were afloat vesteiday regaietlng damage by fire on the op- posite side ot the river above town, nut Manager Oleson, ot the Elk Lum her Co, who has spent several days at the camps up the Blk, and who re turned to town yesterda-v afternoon informed the Herald representative that no serious''damage had resulted from a fire which had started up in that district, but which had been con- fined to districts where there was no timber or posts to burn He re ports no loss of posts, but the water has taken a budge on the logging railway which will require four or five FAST m FHOM FBOKT FASH) FROM I'HOSI PAfiB> railway wic dajs to replace after the water has subsided. The tire on Farey Creek, which des troyed some thirty thousand posts for AI Ruzzeto is still burning but is con- fined to slashed over ground and no further loss is anticipated except the destruction of the very small timber eft on such ground The weather jontmues warm.and ontinue "under such conditions and the end is hard to jradi< vvlien put in without the baler. result is that there is less handling in shipping while it is easily possible put the maximum weight required a car, thus effecting" a saving OIK freight rates Another feature being at thei Harvey shearing plant as well as stf- other plants in the south this Is "grading being done by Dominion, gov eminent graders, each fleece being; graded as it comes from the shesp's back Mi Willnigmjre who, is to charge of the work in Southern Al- berta, has two men at the Harvey camp Each fleece is rolled and tied by the graders and placed In one ot the eight sections into which the wool is being graded this year mere are two classes of and cloth- four grades of each. These are fine staple, fine medium staple medium staple and low fine clothing, fine medium medium clothing and low Most of the wool of the Harvey clip li running fine medium although there u some of all the other grades The flni medium staple is considered the beg wool Best in Canidi The head grader at the camp clalmi that Mr Harvev has grown wool tltt year that beats anything in Canada ana to support his contention has a staple taken from a Marsh that measures 18 Inches. Barvey hopes that by crossing wlfl his Homney Marsh to-get a type p sheep that will give him both wga and mutton of the best Quality. rHe Jhmks he can increase his profits qi the sheep business by 75' per cent.' J( following up the plan he has works out, and the results from his clipitM year seem, to show that he is maUM IB than last year. Posters are out for a big celebration to be held here on July 1st and the attractions certainly will be in keep- ing with former years it being the intention of the management to make this the one year of all years USING INTERNES ON WELLANO CANAL JOB They Will Work Under Guard at the Regular Rate of Wages St Catharlnos, Ont, June ing to the scarcity of laborers on the Wetland canal, over 100 Austrian nils: oners trom the Internment camp are being brought here to expend their energies tejward having the bin work Kitchener was the one supreme nec- essity of this war It was wonderful how Providence permitted things to happen. For many years Kitchener faced death in many -phases in his great work in the Soudan, but he was immortal until his final task was'ac- complished. .Moral Inspiration The moral inspiration of Kitchener's life would live with us, said the speak-, er. He had been one of the first to denounce the. evil effects of liquor upon the fighting soldier His ines Ease to the soldiers -who were about to go-into the present .war was a real inspiration to all mankind Those words ot his were Immortal Though wo mourn for Kitcherer, there was no reason for depression, for the God that hud a Joshua ready to take the place of Moses wouM have a leader readj to take the place ot Kitchener, and God's cause would go marching pn. constructed period within "tho estimated SAYS THE GERMANS FAVOR CHAS. HUGHES Amsterdam, Julie" the preiidential nominations at the Chicago and St Louis conventions the Cologne Gazette saya "German-Americans on whose votes perhaps the decision of the election CONTINUED EKOM FP.OST Piois) who are opposed to o are oppose o rianism has Iras progress m this direction progress m is from his Ilomneys are yielding, whilf his ordinary 'unning between Mr Boynton thinks, power shearing plants will be instead of the exception in Alberta He has leased shearing pen for year He goes from here Palls, where he Has a contract maiontv tllC Illlioil to lose than ony of the other denom .nations in the unton. He felt that the kernel of Presbyter- lanism was preserved in the doctrine to he adopted by the United churcL, or he would never have supported union He did not, and never had ac cepted all the clauses of the Confes- sion of Faith, nor did he see "low any- bodj could have Mr Denoon, telling of the iskembly and its work emphasized the fact that the assembly had been made IIP of representatives from every presby- terv In Canada, and representatives frdm every walk in life The major- Ity for union was overwhelming. He paid a tribute to Dr. Jaod orator, who presided over the delibera- tions of the assembly with wonderful skill and great He mentioned the Jatt that hadsenllsted since the war opened, and spoke with reeling of the boys the front who were sending their contributions to the as, we shearing head m his STRIKER'S RETURN TO Newark. N.-J, June 17-Lesderej the metal trade workers' atrlke-m of city announced todav that 18 of.U 64 plants affected have granted fl demands of the .inkers and as men and women have T! turned to work. perhaps the ecson o e Lts are for the most part.publiclyon church fund. He tho side of Hughes They now have an opportunity of paying President Wilson back tor his false, hypocritical neutrality and tor his tinheard o( at- tacks on their American nationality" sloni hid made a sood record, but deplored fact that some people were making the patttotle- fund rule -for 'nat KeetyngVip Hhelf 'doigr lions to ufolons. WHEN USING N WILSON S FLY PADS ;