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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 20, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta TliICSDAY.. THE LETHIJKIDCIE DA HKKALD PAGE THREE'' NATIONAL Won Philadelphia Now York Chicago Cincinnati I'ittsbu'ri! St. Louis 25 24 22 Uist 17 20 21. 22 27 Pet. !ii83 .481 .468 .4411 '.449 AMERICAN Won Clovchimt....... II2 Washington Detroit New York 1 Boston Chicago St.. Louis Philadelphia Luderus Hits Home Run Brooklyn, .Inno won the lirst gamu of the series with Brooklyn today, :i to 2. Two games scheduled, hat the continuous downpour during "early every inning 01' ihc first caused the second lo he postponed on, jiecount of wet jrroimds. LuderaR' home run over the rlglif.Hold wall, atter Wliitted had sinnlud in the seventh, won Hie game. Philadelphia 0 Brooklyn 2 9 1 Alexander and Killifer; Pfeflor and Jlcyers. Opportune Hitting Cincinnati. June Louis cap- lured loday's game 3 lo 3 by oppor- tune hitting and several fast double plays. Si. Louis 5 1 Cincinnati S I Ames and Snyder; 'Schiicitlcr and Boston at York, both games postponed, wet grounds. No other games scheduled. 211 80 28 27' 25 Lost 28 23 21 Pet. .598 .558 .r.iii; .549 .609 .490 .420 .300 Baker's (Hitting Won Game Cleveland, June York made' it three out of toiir'troni Clovo-j land today, winning 7 to 0. New York j started off with live runs In. the lirst i inning, but Cleveland overcame that j lead In (he fifth, driving Caldwell from the box. Catches hy Howard and [Gandil of line drives were features. Baker hutted in four of New York's ruas, his home run accounting for three in the lirst. while bis aint'le 'drove in Ibc winning run in the 7ih. iNew York........-. 7 II 2 a 1 Caldwell. Fisher and N'unamaker; Covolcskle, Baghy and O'Neill. No other games scheduled. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Toledo I' SI. Paul friends being present. Ray Chapman shortstop of the Cleveland team, -was "a guest. A r ind Airs Gianej left foi land last 'night, and will make theii home there till the close of the base- ball season, when 'Mr: Graney will enter the .University oE Chicago foi the study of Medicine. f ONE-ARMED BALL TEAM The in err y camp-fire, brightly glow Ing on "Mother" "Nature's Hearth" 1ms always been the school of a boy's i m as mi t ion Perhaps it is because it speaks to tlie long ago m his nmke-uo or" pei tiaps hecane his sturdy forefatbeis its hour of fellowship after btiouuous At anj rate un doubtedly it is the real gute way to HIP inner heart ot boj This year the boya pi Lcthbridge will lie affoided another splendid op poitunity to get next to nature and enjoj i life realistic in, its Tina chancel is con: mj, in the shape of the 1 M C V camp Sentinel It is an pppoituniti that the should be encouraged not to miss, and parents should lend all aid (including financial) towards the achievement 6f the predominant wish of every ..red- blooded boy in the cit> Pull particulars be seemed from any of the following: Austin. 3'teith, T. Home, S. N. Higiu- botham, or' R. H. j, Elberton, Ga., June White's iVondefs, .a ball team composed of seyeu one nmed boys usinjj I men onlj it'firsl oase'and behind the bat, now touring the' then season with an easy 'lory over the Elberton Home Guards, 11.to 3. Five batters on'the Wonderleam each poled iriples. -Brown, of the oiicTarm, ..allowed six blows.' The Wonders commit- ted three'error-a. r Last night, two rinks selected from the members of the newly formed Elk lodge, under the leadership of W. Clarke and C. Carberry, threw a bad scare into the regular playing rinks of the Gait Gardens club. Expert, play- ers from other branches of sport such as baseball, lawn tennis and ten pins, showed that their' skill and judgment was not. t-.onlined to one particular game. Haworth and Kenny made many a good "back band" drive, while their "volleying'1 was perfect. Cltarlle Carberry accepted every chance with- out an error, having many "assists" to his credit. Long was there with .the having on more than one I occasion driven the jack away from i his own side. But the real dark horse of the evening's play was .7. B. Tur- was "on the jack" nearly every end, and kept Hugh Scott and his men wondering what was going to happen next. On the other riuk Car- berry and Crawford had the S. O. S. signal banging out about the tenth end. aiid "Lucky" Scott came Lo their rescue. The playing of Oliver and Huttoii, however, proved the Elks' downfall, and when the scores on both rinks were totalled up the Elks were down S shots. A return game between these two clubs Is on the ;program for some night the first of next week, .and the. Elks promise to "come back" this time. .Tonight Cup will be played for again, and in, 'all likelihood it -will change hands, as Li vie has a rink that will take some beating. Last night's line up was-aa follows Both Sides Hotly Contest- ing Two Percent Beer Case CONTINUED F'ROM FRONT PAGE) Haworth Nicholson Crawford Carberry Turne> Kenny Long Clarke Total Oliver Button K. P.. Stewart S W. S. Adams .'-.13 Fairley McKay Jones H. Scott 17 Total 25 SAY THEY ARE GOING TO THE OLD-TIMERS The Old-Timers' baseball team, is goiug to get a scalping tomorrow, ei ening. That's at least what the Hust- lers' nine claim is going to.come off when the- Old Timers and Hustlers meet at the Mounted Police barracks The Old Timers took a fall out .aggregation ot ball tossers the season and are just as confident of i epeating the trick Tlie. Old Timers have won four games and lost none Bill Randen Has Everything Netcss.uy to Top Notch Back Stop Toil Tune 11 are call mg Bill Rdrlden ot the Giants llio best catcher in tlie; National league No man on McGraiv s club did more to make tbe historic1 western sweep possible tlian Randen s-uo possibU DJM Rebel tson Not did Bill citc'i sensayonalU but his liittinir was hard and tiriiely.' He is golllfe'non at a J2D clip liariden is tlie ideal type of modern catcher lie is fast ind light on his feel and cih do his own running He is m I he of Hay Sclnlk and Willy Selling lie has is good in urn is Hmmj oer ouned He is aubt as smart a backstop famous Cub jver was. too. Bill so fast behind the plate Hint tlie Glint Infieliieis used to the slow ind deliberate Chief Meyers were all at sea in the first few weeks oi ttic season Several times they made iiinucn look hud bj not coici Ing i bag (or his thftm' eaten man napping. It cost the Giants.something like 500 to secure liariden from Sinclair, when the- Federal, league blow Sip. It was money well.spent. During the two yeais of its exist eiiee Bill was the host the- Fedenl league There was no (Us puling this Tad. Everyone.iln the lea ;ne; admitted it. INVASION CALLED OFF The proposed linasion of South Am nlca by boxers from the United States is all off according io the tat ndUco recoiled ff6m ClilSafco EP.TLE HAD ADVANTAGE St. Louis, Mo., Junex Ertle of St. Paul, bantamweight cham: pion, had the better of Johnnie Ritch- ie, of Chicago, in a twelve-round -tjox- ing contest here last night. Ertle clearly outlioSed his opponent. hoys weighed lUi pounds at 'three o'clock. TEN ROUNDS TO A DRAW .Missoulii, Mont., June Tillman, of Minneapolis, au.fi .Frank Bjirrieau, of Vancouver, fblfjrht rounds to a draw here tonight. Duriiig the ten rounds'of contost there was not a dull moment, Tillman being the aggressor. MICKEY MACKAY MARRIED Grand Forks. B. C., .Mine. ey Mackay, the well known Vancou- ver hockey star, was married yester- day to Miss Annie May Grand Forks. They here. Why Recommended My case was very -serious ind IwjtsW expected my deathly dij No Miflermg could ever be worse thltf what I liad o endure i i icci n o pfij through my liladtler hut now I us st as ever. I weigh about so Ibs. more thin when f started to take Gin Fills. I beg JOH to publish raj letter so that people may luiov, what Gm Pills had done for R T'-t, f r bws c trc g-ocd -eight boxes were sufficient to cure me en> lirciy, and bring' back to perfect health. {Sgd.X ISIDORE THOMAS, Tillet Koftd Glen N B GIN PIT l_S arc sold bv all A box stz boxes Tor National A Chamicd Co. of Canada, United, Toronto. One. import ant point in the evidence brought -out Jn Uie cross-examination ot Alwin Kane, head brewer at the Let lib rid go 'Brewing and Malting Company's plant, thlu morning was that temperance beer bottled is subjected to pasteurization to kill the fermentation germ, and that the alco- holic factor cannot -be increased time or warm conditions of storage. Owing, however, to the difficulty in pasteurizing the same beer tvlion put Into kegs, does take place after the product leaves the brewery, but he'.stated tliat he had been making tests and luid found that the increase was .never very much. Beer which would fest 1.7 when put inlo kegs would never increase in alcoholic factor to more than two per cent, he held. Other witnesses called for the de- fense this morning were William Por- ter, and A, M. Packard, who stated thai he did not have in his place on May 4th, the date in question, any other liquor but -that sold by the Leth- bridge Brewing and Malting Company as non-intoxicating beer. Evidence as to the non-alcoholic effect of a sim- ilar beer was given by R. J. Hitchle Paterson, K. D. Johnson, G. II. Harmon George Fleming, Jus. Fisk, A. J. case will likely be concluded today. Monday Afternoon Session. Detective Hesketh and Dective Ryan ot the attorney "general's department were first called. Detective Hesketh stated that he came to Letlibridge on May 4th to prosecute a case at the Mounted Police barracks and incident- ally to look into the matter of the tem- perance beer sold at the Arlington Hotel and any other places he might find it. He "bad breakfast at and about went round to the Arlington with Ryan. They went in and each bought some two per cent beer from the bottles labelled "non- intoxicating." The beer had the Lethbridge Brewing .and Malting Co. label. Each'had two giassses or about a quart and a half a piece. They left then, came round to the Letlibridge Hotel, and Ryan said: "Golly, that beer has kick in It, Jack." Witness said he Celt it too. He said he felt "slightly intoxicated." Afterwards they went back again and had two glasses each and again they felt it. Meantime they had been to the barracks to prosecute a case. Before leaving they went round and bought two bottles of the same and too'k them with them on the train to Calgary. They drank one of the bottles on the way to j Witness said they each drank about three quarts during the day. Tlie other bottle was lett at the attorney general's branch., office at Calgary- Witness swore he had drunk no other on the day ln: question, Cross examined witness swore he felt the effects slightly, after the first two' drinks, and then again after the second two drinks. He; felt the effect worse half an hour after the first two drinks. He said that he had been drunk, once in-his life. Ryan's- evidence was the same in almost every respect. He however had gone to the Commercial Cafe with Detective Wetherail and bought two j bottles labelled 'temperance They also had a pint bottle to drink. Gross examined' witness said he had never drunk niuoh but had been pretty well 'canned1 a couple of times. He said he only drank when looking for evidence. Three or four drinks would do the trick. 'Getting canned' he said, meant being thick in the stupid and said it was different from a 'bilious attack. He did not think three quarts of beer much to drink in-three or four hours. He had often drank the same amount of water. 'Did the three quarts. oC this beer you had make yoii delirious or uncon- scious7 No 'Could anyone, notice you were in- toxicited17 No 'Could you notice, any signs of intoxication on "No. 'Were you "NTo. 'Did you retain the use of your "Yes. The prosecution there rested its case.. It-had been intended to call the, analyst who made the analysis of the liquor for thp but this was not-done as !t would have requir- ed a great deal of extra time to bring all the witnesses through whose hands the bottles passed on their way to the analyst. F.rD. Shaw was the first witness" for the defense. -He said that the non- intoxicating beer which was put up in bottles similar to that in court was a very healthy drink. It is not intoxi- cating. -He had drunk quite a lot of it this spring. He. declared he would not drink 4t; if it were -intoxicating. He had drunk a quart in bait an hour and never, noticed the least effect. In an- swer, to a question by the prosecution die-.said: he >always drank it'after din- ner-in'the evening. -H. W. Crawford-declared that the beer, was. as was claimed it on the.. He. had drunk a quart or a little more at one time and never felt any effect. He had never, drunk it -.before meals. Aaked-'iE he ever drank a quart of gin- ger ale before a meal he said drank ginger ale in his Hfc Pritx ;Sick, general manager of the Brewing and bald that the beer, hi question had been bottled on March 23'of.this year, Boltliis from t.he same brew had been analyzed and found. to. contain less than tvi'o per cent proof spirits which means less than one percent ot absolute alcohol. Alwin Raue, head brewer, .called gave a description of the processes through which beer is put in manu- facture. Ordinary intoxicating bpex. two ner cent beer are started put the dame though the latter has less material Hut tests are made every few, hours in the case of won- Intoxicating bee! and when fermenta- tion has gone on till the mixtura A I TPI I EALTH Health "Biscuits are a Palatable and Wholesome Food oi (lie highest nutritive value. ,K jaai They arc scientifically made from Whole Wheat Flour and contain absolutely no ingredients that can injure the digestive organs. a Secret, patented Processes of Blending and Baking Health Biscuits gne them a Medicinal Value, so that they serve as a digestion regulator in addition lo their nutritious qualities. A K i Business Men of Sedentary Habits should Eat Health Bis- cuits dailj. Health Biscuits are strongly recommended for Children. baked fresh daily, and are delivered in sanitary cartons atter being" wrapped in wax paper. We have obtained the sole rights for these Biscuits for Southern Alberta, and will have them on sale in the Stores and our wagons Tomorrow. [it They are packed in Cartons of One Dozen to a Carton and sell for J5c carton. Manufactured Only by JOHN GILMOR BAKER OF QUAKER BREAD E shows about 1.7 proof spirts, the liquid is run off. into the-freezing room and fermentation stops.'..Then when it is .bottled Hie beer is pasteurized, by submitting the beer to 140 degrees, thus killing the fermentation.-germs and keeping the at the same per- centage of proof spirits as it was bottled.; He said h'e. always tried to keep non-alcoholic un'der two per cent proof soirits b> running it off Wihen tests showed it to be about 1.7. This left a safe margin. Court then adjourned till Tuesday morning SUPREME, COURT. IN THE FAR NORTH Edniontoni-June Chief Jus tic'e Harvey will leave for the north country oil-June -27, where he will hold sittings of the-supreme, court of Alberta at Grande Prairie City, Peace River Crossing and Fort-Vermilliori. BOARD OF TRADE REGIMENT Chicago, June J. P. Griffin, of the Chicago board of trade., todaj named a organ ize a boardvof trade regiment for ser- vice in Mexico. VISITED THE CAMP Camp Hughes, Man., June delegates to the Methodist conference being held'at Portage La Prairie will today visit Camp Hughes. About 500 are expected. They are coming on a special train which will the camp" on. the return trip at S o'clock. DROWNED NEAF1 THE HAT Medicine. Hat; June Weiss a little girt 8 years of age Jost her life while bathing in ROBS Creek on Friday. The Mounted Police and citizens of Irvine, .dragged the creek, but up to this morning-the body had not been recovered. The child's father lives Butte Traffic Blocked by Floods VBOM .FRONT -PACE) Worth a Guinea a Box w a for the evil effects of quick eating, overeating' and strenuous ing The medicine that this need -tones, the; stomach, stimu- lates the liver, regulate! the ILL- hi ike through the intake at the Fernie ber company mill above the change is sending large volumes of water across the wagon road in the north1 end of Fernie annex and flood- ing outhouses m tuat district One span of the, Great. Northern bridge at Cleson has gone out and the remainder of the (bridge., is., in. much danger. The wagon ibrjdge over Michel Creek above that, place, has been sw ept down stream, and the streets of Michel are rushing rivers. Natal is also in great danger of heav- ier-losses being; added to that already wrought. In .West Fernie the situa tion is growing worse of the houses are Alderman Robichaud a house m West Fernie is surrounded. The. street -is now full of water and i-e uualing The eastbound express has been b> a washout neai iiUoyie Loss from floods in the4 Ross Saskatoon Lumber mill afKrag is estimated to be at least S20DOO and all the people m the bottoms Thttve had to move to higher land -The jaUwaj bridge at Bull Ruer has gone no trains can go over that line for several Reports from KootenaV points indicate that the Kc-otenaj er reach or exceed the highwater maik of So far notlos8_of ib reported from any of the fioodetl Great Northern Flooded Out Spokane June seveial miles of the Great Northern railroad between Bonners Ferr> and Lenia Idaho under water because of the rapid rise in the KootenaV fixer, all transcontinental traffic is being touted today over the Northern Pa-, cific from Sand Point Idaho al6 Hele na Mont Traffic officials here re ceived reports that the river ing at the rate of IS inches a day be cause of the recent hot weather melt- ing the mountain snows and that nor maj conditions could hardly, be re stored for several days. Westbound trains arc severely dc layed. r LONDON FIREMAN KILLED Ixmdon, Ont, June John A Case was killed and two other city firemen were seriously injured when the motor fire truck No. liwan struck; by a Grand Tiunk'freight ffttfn-at the today. a t Warm Weather after Rains, Causing Rapid Growth of Crops 4 (CONTINTTCD FBOM PflOWT PAQB) RAYMOND Raymond June weather; during the past week has been perfect--: ly fitted to the crops, which as a suit show a remarkable growth. wheat now stands from three to flvg inches high, has a healthy color and; is growing rapidly There will be at slight falling off in acreage in the Ray-, moud district but not over 15 per ceni-j There is every promise of a bounteous-H oat crop also, and considerable ley will be produced Hay is coming4? along nicely Alfalfa is being irrlgat- ed and will undoubtedly yield as heavy, J- as-Iast year The.timothy cropJs also-; looking good On 4he farmers have reason f to reap one of the the history of the district. i MAQRATH j Magrath, June has been ideal tbe past stuff, and has J ers with the grain Fields high enough to shade tbe ground, And "j consequently will retain the moisture longer than otherwise earliest grain1 Is. in the boot, field of rye has-been headed for over a week All that is feared 'Bow with regard to the crop Is frost, and if present warm weather keeps anxiety in regard will CHAMPION Champion, June TAP Duncan's summer fallowed land is fully a foot high It to be growing very rapidl> sinceCvthe t; rain Others have good crops uso Crops on sod and spring ploughing picking up and show prospects ior ari abundant yield i r WARNER MTarner, June 20 crops lit this w. district are in splendid shape. JTha "i is well up and vei-y well The prospects are ihglj bright t ;