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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 21, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21, HUG THE !.ETHBrUDGF, DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE Starched and light weight A NOVELTY IN NATIONAL AMERICAN Brooklyn Philadelphia New York Boston j Chicago s Cincinnati PIttsburK St. Louis COLLARS Admitted the-best quality and best fitting; in Canada TOOKE BROS..LIMITED MONTREAL Won 21) .'ID 25 25 24 21 Lost 20 -22 .24 27 28 Cleveland Washington .53% j Detroit..... .4Sn New York .481! Chicago..... Boston .420-St. Loultt .USiPliihidelpliia Won Lost 32 23 30 31 24 28 24 27 25 27 27 22 ('A Twelfth Inning Batting Rally Pittsbure. June Louis de- Bush Was Wild Philadelphia, Pet. .682 .Bliti '.564 .538 .519 .500 .415 held fealcd'Pittsburg in a 12 liming game I Washington to three singles In eight hero today by a score of 10 to C. Hits innings today, but his wildncsB proved by Snydor, Corhan and Butler gave the 'costly anil the visitors defeated Plilla- visitors four runs In the linn] Inning, (delphia 2 to 1. Both of Washington's won the game. ,St. Louis.............10 Pittsbui'K............ 3 Al 2V' Pet. .R74 .512 511 .500 toionto Newark Manning and McKee; Enright ami Schwert. Montreal Providence Fullerton and Madden; Yelle. Buffalo Richmond Anderson and Onslo'.v Leake and O'Donnell Rochester Baltimore Kirkmayer and Case; and McAvoy Lost 14 20 "24 H 0 1 8 5 Smallwood, 4 0 2 11 16 .0 Peters and Amsterdam, via London, .luuo Tho'frankfurter, Xeituns says that the German JSmperor haw Will- iam Lwisdale, an Huglfch prisoner of war who a; year ago wan senttjnccU to death by courtmartial, tho sun ten ce being later commuted to 1G years' im- prisonment. Lon.stlale was comk'imied for an attack on a guard at iJoberitss prison camp. Champion. .Iiino A imrn was given lust Friday iu P. X. Bungersners reconily bnili bisni. !'co-; pin from Cliaiii'iioii and tlie 1 surrounding towns, w'nilt: tho cowUvy folks not slow in nuilting an ap- penrance. All unjoycd tlieinsolves. j Tlie mcaales to be getting j tjuite a hold on tlio t'oiiuliico in this part of Ufc country. At, luvyuiil tho Slierwood school is dost'd tliat ac- count. j It seems that Uie recent rains havu 1 worked 'ft hardsliii) on the road srad- j crs and likely the roads this fall will j not. be in the best of condition. i J. StarretL principal of the Cliainplon school has joined Hie col- j left noble another 'Held etiu prorcssion to enter nohle. its every day meaning in interpreting i tit, act c uge might be stim- ulating in its effect; it might he in- lexical ing" in the scientific meaning term, but still might not be in- toxicating within the meaning of the A'reasonable interpretation of the word must be taken, and there was no evidence (o show that tiie men were intoxicated as it i.s generally understood. Expert Evidence The evidence .brought nut during the afternoon was of a scientific na- ture, Doctors DcVeber; Campbell and Galbraith gave evidence, the for- mer for the 'defence, and the latter two for the prosecution. It shown that there was about one ounce of pure alcohol in the three tjuarts or beer each of the detectives consumed. The doctors the ouinion. that To little hearts and big ones, too the Wrigley Spearmen are calling, calling, every day: Their message is one of good cheer about this refreshing, beneficial goody that costs so little but means so much to comfort and contentment. Send for the Spearmen's Mother Goose book for young and old, illustrated in colors. Address Win. Wrigley Jr. Co., Ltd., Wrigley Bldg., Toronto after every meal 7 9 '.3 2 S 2 Olttlnga 2 10 1 5 7 -2 Morrisette GIANTS HAVE BEST OUT- FIELD IN GAME TODAY Indu tiie Implic1 cluh come hick at thP cup holders and those lilt to bee a leal game howis. eliould be "on hand that even- ing. Tlicf outfield of the- Hew York Giants, composed of' George Burns Bauny KaufT and Davy Robertson.-- is now spoken of as the pest in haseBall. Tiiat honoi had for j ears bgeii rathei divided between the Boston lied Sox AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. Indianapolis LouifaViHe Kansas City Toledo Columbus St. Paul Milwaukee Won' 31 30 28 22 21 IS 16 Lost 19 21 22 Jo 24 27 37 477 thib amount of puri. alcohol 47'1 I have. Ml IIUOMC itjni, cfiVct hut mixed 46' otliei ingredient's and taken in the length of tune tnat u oultl Jmvu "to in'absorbing thrco stomach having a capacity of one effect would hardly be no- ticed. It 'was also shown that' there is ciuite a lot of ilcohol m root beer or in ginger beer made with yeast. Dr. DcVeher stated that there would lie 'almost as much' alcohol in bread as in two per cent beer It will he some" time 'before tlie case -dan'lie heard in a higher court if tall- en there, and in the meantime. July 1st will come. It is reasonably cer- tain that ohe hotelmen, some of them at ieast, will keep their bars open to sell two per cent in the meantime. FAMOUS GERMAN AVIATOR KILLED London June 21 Immtle- man. a famous German aviator, is re- ported to been killed Pet. .620' .588' 560 o60 .489 46( .413 .308 Toledo A -great deal of interest -is .being tilon in the baseball match between tin Old limns ind the Hustlers to H the Mounted Police bairacks Speaker Lewis and Ilqoper end I Detroit with CouhV and I Columbus Leach but Speaker H" 's-ge, nun, ,uustoT ind Ciawfcrd has been crowd ed on the Detroit cluh b> young [any Heilroln so tie oil combine Pierce and Sweeney, Devogt; Lei- field and demons. lions are broken Burns, Knuft and Hobertson hitters; they better thin are exceptionally Hustlers haM. in ide strenuous on the hoof and all three aie stiong efloits to logpthel a team that Twll pilnctniij the Old Timers leputi lion The 'Old-Timers fear noL-these as- piling h icks and look Eorv-ard to inotiiei victoij to tiieir stijng of four. The'batteries- will- be. Tor the and Bond roi the OldTiincis Slenirt 01 Ln'ld and Brandon ed to be on hand at 6 15 TAYLOR GOING EAST In a letter to the spoiling editoi of fie 1 lei aid Jack Tiylor states that lit. i" soon to make in invasion of the cast lack Is still in Spokane but has about eloatiul up the held thcrr and must now look to pasture nuA foi opposing material CARL MORRIS WINS QOUT Tulsa Okla Clil Morns of SftP 6l la last night knocked out Dan Daiey.-of. Newcastle; Ha., in the Hist lounil of a scheduled tonioiud haul Morns nulled 211 pounds Hid Dal Nationals Doolan of tho BLADDER rcliovixt in 94HOURS Fnch Cap nnmo inire and accurate throwers And the> aie all enough to staj in the big show foi finite a while bums is 27 Kauff ind PJiTtson are dich so they apt lo get the> begin to fade Thjs is the best looUng outfield bad in and these thiee sing gers ire Doing to have a lot to do with utn.iuii% the National Leaghc licnnant float next year GIANTS SIGN MIKE' DOOLAN Sixth Federal Leaguer to Sign with New York Nationals Nev York, June John McGiaw of the Now National league club lodiy signed Mike Soo lin the veteran shortstop Xvho started tlie the Chicago Natiort ah but was released to the Atlanta team as'ociaUon Doolan halKed h' Wlhg released to the minors President of the Cubs gave hirii per mission to dicker with the shortstop and of the Philadelphia Nationals before jumping to (the federals in 1914 He is the Myth Todernl Icigue player Davis and Golenian Owens. Second Columbus Minneapolis 2 60! Gil 01 Brady, Blodgett and Coleman; Ying ling and Land. First game (10 "j Indianapolis Kansas. City Rogge, Scliang; Berry .Second Kansas Cit> Indianapolis 'Crutcher and Hargravc; S chang. Lcmisville 4 11 1 580 Willis, Palkenberg. and Humphries. Handera and i S 0 Uawson Aliddleton and Williams; Slapnicka and Mayer TAKES BRAINS TO PLAY IT Akron high schools are making mollycoddles out of boy -students, charges President Joe Thomas of 'the Akron Amateur ERRC- ball association. Thomas become riled Vhen he was told tl at the fnculties decided to no avvav with baseball as a school ipoit it dldn t paj Track athletics, .exclaimed the "''short-.and stocky Akron Amateur. jpascbai) association president the} ft re onlv for that can not take pait in 1 mane game (n ba-jp bull the brain is developed, .but. not' TRIGGER AND TRAP In Hack events Anj cue can run in The Gun Club will hold tbeii the sprints Jump the hurdles and put lar weekly olioot this evening Traps tfie nhot but ;t taken brains to arc sotuh of the Park jbftseball." TWO DAYS FEIL CELEBill Sweet Grass Montana JULY 4th 5th Horscracing on .a Circle Track Bucking; Contest Horserace and Sports ot all kinds. Baseball Game Between Warner and Sweet Grass An invitation is ex- tended to t all of AI- s beila Sealed! against all Impurities xT PAGE) n nnno ui nnniiro fciroi H IW I HllW rLUUUO Hi UllUfi 0 liLO! PUSS FitOAt Fi.nsi At the noon the jury, on the application of plaintiffs, viewed the place of the accident. Serious-Charge Tliere were some dramatic incidents in the day's proceedings, particularly v Mr M uleod charged that he had boait informed that the officnls ot the 'ffpfPiulint comjianv lad in their Calgary offlces ''some documents with the case i An important witness was Engineer jSkeen. who was running the engine !which ran over the deceased. -He tes- tified that the brakes'on the-engine were detective at.the time, .and in handing cner tht engine he I In tl earned eusneei In it the brakes were not in good working con- dition. He, however, stated that the defective condition had not prevented his stopping the engine "quickly and that he had feet receiving tlie aigntvl tvoai his front brakeman. Counsel for the plain- tiff brought out the point that is other ijltuebses had state 1 that the j oigiial mupt have been given after the engine "aiitl sleeping' car were on top of Maclean as tho length of the car, including the engine, about X40 fpet Evidence bj othor witnesses Rev D Richard E H j Maunsel anil R T McNichol Macleod po tmaster that u ider condi lions of light thej had found tlons of; Ught they had found by ex- periment that the} could see af the place of tlie accident a man's hat on U.a at a distance of about 75 iards The plaintift s counsel evi denth endeavoring to prove that tht accident might have- been avoided If i good look out had been kept b> tht for" brakeman and tne emeigencv [signal promptly given to the engineer At the noon adjournment the to try of Hnl! C r R, which on After tho Manual) case, was-selected R A Smith, barrister of Letubrldge plaintiff's counsel in the damage of HaU va C P is in attendance at the court. service is expected for another da.1 or two on the C. P. R., and the Great Northern wilt be no longer Jii getting turns through No further losses ol hudges aie reported i o id b id u ishouts of h >icl age have cut tlie lines to the west. The Moyie river has submerged the track ueir VIdiid0e aJd the C P R hauns difiiuiltv of 1 erme neii Wjirdrop. One passcngor, train jias laltl here in the yards and icin un tonight befoie it can be ed eithei east 01 The Gicil Northern has wasied onf in two places ind Kingsaate and the" Coal CrodK arc idle o? cais TUe citj hid to connect ttl) the -coal company witer nlant ind until the breilv m the Tjipp at the I arev CiecK hds been repahcil tlio towa will to be restricted in its use water as the (.ompany. maiay eight infhcs ac.d tbe ue to be supplied out the samo hue West Ferine and Fernie An- ne1- tTe but no serious J loss bi floods hab jet occurred Thol r.ires Creek budge is till m but h w sagged so that a Joint in .iter mams has parted and the had to be cut off Repoits-from Kootena> saj that that river is rising and much damage is being to mill oroperty and farm far the Ross Saskatoon Lumber the heaviest loser, damage to- tlia tent ot fiom to tlionbaud dollars ha1 .sg been daiec.j It hdb lamed ill day but are that the ttmnerature fall through the night and if so othei diop m the river i Ane rou All J'e smaller creeks are idh subsiding RESCIND DAYLIGHT 1-......- June 20 ed tirto weeks to clocks in the cit> one tlie-city council last nightCrejfcfntbwl that decision The view that daylight saving success when m through- out the whole Dominion i THE SHOES I ;PANT WEAR All Because of a "Touchy" CORN UT you wear them, now. Simply place on that corn a Hrtte Blue-jay plaatcr, and nrvor again will you leOl it In dcyc thers will be no com. It will disappear few good. IVilhons of women know that. peri Cttrto. They don't use old-time methods. And thay don't suffer. When a corn appear: they end it nrc urging you to join t' Corns arc. nocdtess sine Blue-jay invented. t So arc absurd Yoi can prove in ono min- ute that Blnc-jay stops ce-n Vou can prove in two days t it ends forever Won't you? IMacd'rssnl ;