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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 22, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE 'LETIIBKIPCE DAIIA' HERALD Saturday, June (HEAR WHAT THE PARROT SAJD) A magnificent Historic Military Drama "THE VICTORIA CROSS? A marvellous and costly picture taken from the (nmous "Charge of the Lislii the (Crimean'; Don't miss tills; and (Rally 'Round ths Flag.) TWO OTHER "WESTERN PICTURES" of.the vary best. CANADIAN INDISRIAL WESTERN CANADA'S CENTENARY THE. GREATEST .YEAR.0E- THE WEST'S GREAT FAIR EXCURSIONS FROM EVERYWHERE TRIGGER AND TRAP MACLEOD BEAT PINCHER Pincher Creek, -Tune- trapshooters defeated rincher Cree here today by one pigeon. The fo lowing is the score made by the rev pec'iive teams, with tive targets 50 birds: Mac! cod Dobbin 1 HarbeXe 3 Kenwick Lyle Hunter Upton Fowler Newman McRoberts Pincher Creek MUCH DISCbRD.lN RANKS OF ATHLETICS Barry ;and Collins Have Serious Clash Which Mack Falls to Untangle Rumors that there is friction In Connie Iack'E team will not down. The Detroit jiiayers t i of stories of how some of the members of the world's champion themselves, and if. this condition exists, then goodbye to the.-pennant hopes. A'-moat serious: clash is said to have 1U en phice retueen Barn nnd Cellini some time "ago, and according- to reports .Mclnnes -and. linker have -taken a .hand in the trouble, with the i'csuItLthat .there aie no word's exchanged between the two sides, of the infield. Cqnnle Mack Is perhaps more capable .than'any one else to straighten.outrraat: tern of this kind but to date he Is said to 'have-failed i'fn hfs efforts "to smooth things over; GOTCH AND BISCUITS TO MEET IN NEW YORK penr "iorK June begins to ip If Prank Gotch. the American ne king, and the P6llsh iStar, -will meetrafter all In d match that be. for the championship. A Nevi York promoter Is "said to be angling for the services of the champion and has itromtsed him that his share of the purse. ;would not be under GOVERNOR WILL NOT LIKELY INTERFERE NOW Hast Las Vegas, N. jlAfter consultation with prominent cHI- izerts here. Governor .McDonald said [last night that he wquid iasue a public .statement regarding the: Johnson- lUjnn contest not than 6 ji m The Goverjor would not gay that stop the matcn. Jt Is believed that if he finds that there are no 'gambling infractions he will not interfere WESTERN CAN. LEAGUE .THE STANDING Kcr Doer Bilssaiio' JCtJmonton i.. TVI. 20 16 .556 21 ,18 JS 1'i .530 13 '23 ESKIMOS OUTCLASSED Edmonton Ttine 21 de feated Edmontpii tonight bv a score of a to 0, In a good of ball Geivln, -nitdougli aT-'titnes wns almoKt unhltfablc, and this largelj counted [dr tho [nabilltj of the'' lo- cals to score i Outfielder Whlsnirjn In1 f the for the locals ami pitched fairlygool bill -Score' Tdmonton 000 000 012 Bassano OJO 6 U Whisman Kell) OcMn and How They 'Stand. in Sunday School League St. Andrews. Kpoj. Wesley Class St patrkks Westminster 5t Cjpnan Softli Baptist Senior Basket Westminster KaoXYl: Cyprian Knbx II. Baseball W 2 0 0 Baseball W 1 1 0 0 0 Ball W Weslej Senior Fooiball Westraln star- Stl SL Giprutn St Mar% Wesley 1 1 .0. 0 i w 2 1 1 0 0 Pet. 1000 .000 .000 Pet. INSTITUTED. AN ENCAMPMENT ODDFELLOWS -OF.--LETHBRIDGE TAKE AN ADVANCED THE OFFICERS ELECT.-v Lethbridee Encampment No. 7 was instituted OH Thursday evening in the 1. 0- 0. F. hall.by C..E. CramtaH, PI P of ilgTn -assisted J F Terrill, of this city. Mr. (.'randali a Special I tpuU Giini btre for the purpose of instituting this .encampment and also an encampment at Grassy.. Lake. The instituting of an encampment In this city -will _be ,a great, benefit to all the subordinate lodges of Sou- thern Alberta -as it wilPnow be con- venient for iiij of their to reccnethe higher degrees 01 Oddiel- lotfsliip. Owing to lacle of time it was im- possible lo confer degrees on any of the candidates who anticipated.re- ceniug thrse degrees on the night of but it is hem? arranged j lo hold a special mcet'ng in the i future, when-all thti degrees will be conferred in the same, evening, it is expected-.that fully one hundred; I, 0 0 V members of this citt lile these degrees- at this time rm addition to large numrhcr iuho oVe coming from1 many of the'subordinate lodges in the vicinity- of Lethbridpe. 500 The following officers, have heen clccl1-1' aml mitalled foi the ensuing term C P C n 1 tuer f, 000 i W in liernard 1 P John lirodic R S R II Morden F -a i rrcis (II nor) W li Hurnett J Pet. lOO Pet. 1000 600 .000 .000 BASEBALL FIGURED OUT BY SCIENTISTS Batted Ground Amaz! Ball ..Travels at ig Speed enthusiast ho YsK anj baseball an eruge groimdei el3 during Its fiist 10ft from the bat and his will be ftom '0 to 200 miles an hbiii Split lecond watches and carcfyl timing- of grounded bnlH established.- sayr the Technical World, he fict that the oveiice speed of ground that is, .f hose struck by the hat of he- batsman from V R fair pitched ball, striks.l the ..field before they'land.in j fielder's Is-at the rate of almost J miles an hour Sixty mifea an ;hour is S3 feet per jcond'. TJie bases arc 90 feet apart A man can run ino in II seconds vhich is" fast -running" for anyone, nar- a man with baseball shoes .nil. uniform onr cannin 90 feet in 3.3 sec- ds Is it any wonder that a ball which fielded In Its first 100 'eft of first just a fraction of a 500 W.', A. 11- Pipes. 1 2 tA" Mtcr the meeting adjourned the members inrt spent a most en- jovable hour at. the International cafe. N Mr. .Crandall is enthusiastic member, having made a lite long sluih of Oddfellow ship, and has manv times, been seiecte I as representative lo the Grand Lodge and also to the Grand Lncampment 01 Manitoba During his in the citv he" re ncncd mam old acquainiances lie left afternoon for I ake lo institute an encampment .it place Judging iiojn the enthusiasm of the members -ind also of ill thosn who arc eagerh looking forward to he cyme men LCIS w-e prophesy that I clhbridne Tncampment No 7 destined to become tlie hanncr en campment of the West Great Growing Weather-- Isn't It? Don't. Neglect :Yonr Inner Li. fa Conic ami Worship With (lie v First Baptist Church Theines for 'Tiine 23: Moniinsr: "Tho Whole Gospel for the Whole I'hciiing. "Clod and the Sou1 IK.'' leguhu cliuieh home, ate imU A. C. WATSON, (of Chicago) Pastor. Court Unity No. 734 A.O.F. Will hold their Annual Church Parade TOMORROW The court will meet at Unity Hall at Seven o'Clock and march to St. An- drew's Church. Visitors and Out-of- town members invited to attend. ilegfrled Wagner Working on Two N.ew Operas Siegfried Wagner, whose "Danai dietrich'' has just been produced in Vienna, has rotirrned from that city md announces :that he is at 'work on wo new. he-Tias Nplahn-ad i With Mils Intention to none" but -popular operas on oinantio German' legends. next ,ork be called The Black' Swan and, like Another fast econd 'before or after oot upon It" the runner 'seta oC Ills operas, Tile Dear Tamer, will be set in the period the-.Th.irtj Years' HP is also wc'fhing'.oni an opera en- titled. "The FlameH.oE the Sun. "RED MIKE" DROWNED "Hed Siike" O'Cohnell, a w Cobalt prospector was drowned in the Mattagimi rher, when the canoe filled. Ed. Davis, a companion, escap. ed. PLAYING GOLF, DROPPED. DEAD I. W, Binn-ay, for 26 years customa collector at Moncton; .'dropped .dead while golfing, aged-'79. ITS wovleiful fiffneu, MethiHf. healini, intiieptK ttd lU tefrethinf of roiet mfeke ROM Ttleun Powder toilet aellfkt 25c tin, your Druuui wnte unoplelotHe 195 NATIONAL DNua CAMADA, LiMirep. PORT HOPE ONTARIO Founded 1366 Bcniitiful healthy xikinc Lake Ontario with JO acres ofPlaMi.jrI.eMc Mngnificcnt New Covered Rink. Hoys prepared fur the Uni. vcrsities. Military College and Kcl.fTioUB throi.Rho.it (he course Special o.inf er hojs ScpU 10th. Toronto N Conservatory Of Music EDWARD Mus. Doc., Musical .Director EXAMINATIONS .JUNE AND JULY Applications must be m not later than May 1st. CONSERVATORY RESIDENCE, for young lady students iis being greatly enlarged and will be ready for open- ing September 2nd. Year Book, 170 pages, mailed on ap- plication. A FALSE AND FATAL MOVEMENT Doebiritz, Germany, June other army aviator, was killed .here last evening Lieut on "Valkenhain of the German airm aftei making a flight in the military aerodrome, he attempted to a false movement with one of the levers, and the machirie: fell. PICANDDRAMA (Conducted IN CONNECTION, whh tho- forth comiiiK LethbrldKu" Agricultural SociolyV o.xhlbltlon in. this cltj next-August It 'might ho itn cxceltenl Idoa If1 tho (ilrocioi's of thu fulr eotih aec thdlr way clear lo a prlzt for the boot choir in the soul hern; part of the province. This would''ot japu menu t hut u niusiciil: rostlvuPAvc be hold, open lo choirs of-not'mora than llfty within .a certain of LeUibridge. A lost piece cpij.ld bb Delected and placet In'tli luiuda of tlie competitors as soon n possible have IHtlo doubt that the: entries1' which would he received u-oulii'justify t'ho fair committee in encouraging the -'project, A inimical festival added to the other features of the'fair 'would, prove a strong lug card. J'hope the secretary of the Agricultural -Society, Jlr. McNieoI, and -his directors 'will note this sug- gestion something: In n prac- tical way towards aWing In the ing out of'a competition for choirs who tire anxious to make a bid for p.rizes to be offered; Solo voice and violin and piano, playing competitions might also he .included in the featjval. Regarding: the competition for choirs, one might, point "out that we hnvo now local choriiaes; namely the Phil the Voting Peoples Choral Union which might bo induced to enter. AH church choirs .would be eligible ;for competition. Kathleen .Parlow to Spend Summer and Fall in Europe Kathleen Parlow, the violinist, sa ed ,for a .summer abroad." JHIIQ on the Konlgln Lnise. She will again meet Leopold Alter iu Dresden where lie go-Js this- year tn teach for the summer instead of t5 London, where he nas received bis-pupils'.in recent years. Miss Parlow will play during the fall tn'Russia, at the ICussewUzky concerts and. in recital and concert in Berlin, Tery likely Par- is The time of her return to this country is at present unsettled. to be Sung as Opera Next Season "Mendelssohn's oratorio, is to be.sung in this country in operatic form in English next season, under the "direction of the National English Grand'.Opera Company, which will (iiaK-a a, toui of the princmal cities company "will carry a chorus which will he augmented by the chor- al -societies of the cities visited. Among be Gwilym Miles sing the title role Aimer Bator Adaberto arid-Pietro Kal- erb. There 'will he an orchestra of fifty- men; Samuel Kronberg is in general chaige of the undeitaking 'ijMi' sung in England Hbt season in operatic foim and received with much fiuor The.-Artistic Temperament' Youd better be kind o cireul hoW sou talk to me said lommj doubling his small fist and glaring at :he other got tho artistic I've got U Chicago.Record-Herald. A CanadHn violinist, TV ho Is mik ng a reputation in London is Rhoda Simpson of innipeg c-entlv she had the honor or perform ng at the Lord Majors conceit to Sir Ernest Shackleton the polar ev plorer, and she charmed the critical eai of a distinguished and ai tistic auuience -She phj ed nt the Canada' lodge banquet rendering in n exquisite inanner ski 3 rie Moscow a s-elec ion from St Lubm's Lucia de I im meimow Aftei Ip-iving Winnioeg here she studied under Camtlle Coil ire she weni to famous German naster Hans Sitt, of who lad a high opinion of her musician ship and executive skill The Alexandra Hotel Best Service BtU'lis, Telephones, Siunplo Booms, STRICTLY EUltOPEAN, 'UP .First class Cafe in.. .Goniiuction WHITE URGESf Sailings from Montreal 'Every Saturday for Liverpool, calling at Quebec Lauren tic June 3, July 6, Aug. 3 June 15, July 13, Aug. 10 22, July 20, Aug. 17 July 27, Aug. 24 S.S. LAURENTIC, S.S, MEGANTIC and Finest ,steamers In Canadian trade. Staunch and steady. Excellent accommodations for all classes- MODERATE-RATE SERVICE S.S. Teutonic and S.S. Canada carry one class (2nd) cabin only The best these steamers afford at moderate rates, 'also comfortable third-class four and six-berth rooms. For reservations, rates plans il lustrated booklets, etc., apply to railway or steamship agents or to W. M. McLEOD, C.W.P.A. 333 Main Street Winnipeg CUADIlDf XflfiTHEilK STHMSHIPS LOT, The Royal Line MONTREAL- QUEBEC TO BRISTOL, ENGLAND Shortest Route to London on Ton Floating Palaces. St. Lawrence Sailings R.M.S.-Royal Edward Juno 12 R.M.S." Royal George..'.., V.June 26 Rates oC. Passage 1st class ?9B 50 and upwards 2nd class and upwards 3rd class Bristol or London Ask any railway or steamship, agent for '..illustrated -Booklets rates, etc., or write. A TT "HAVTS GENERAL A. 11. UAVJ.Q, AGENT, WINNIPEG Or SB MITCHELL, Agent CPR, Lethbridge. Donaldson Line Direct Service "BETWEEN SCOTLAND, CON- TINENTAL POINTS AND CANADA Large new steamers. .Modern and up to date, operated on the ONE-CLASS CABIN PLAN Cabin Staterooms all amtdship. 'ThlrdrClass passengers berthed in closed Sta'terooms. RATES, WEEKLY SAILINGS, UNEXCELLED SERVICE Tor full particulars call oa agent, or H E LIDMAN, Gcnral Agsnt 445 Mam Street, Wirnipeg Spataor and hi Vindicator tilt Mail Famaui Ranch in lAc Acrmt tf Prairie at Blitz, OUa., and whatt Name it'. Proujly. Bean 101 RANCH REAL WILD WEST Annual Coiofyoy and Cowgirl Holiday Tottr unlit Tntet of fn- duint from adjoining Rmftrvationt, Every fTfvfw Of end from Only Exhibition I and EAniDiuwn A A All Other Tented Shows PICKE fearing it tbe Zepllh of Iti Undimlilsbc4, AKfrcjitc dtory mi Mtin AwuteMfit Furore ta New ift4 Ptirtl Advancing m three scnsationil years to the proud ascendancy of tho LARGEST EXCLUSIVE WILD WEST SHOW IN THE WOR1 D. Its equal or like now nowhere in existence Superbly solitary m conceded ore eminence Supremo be3'ond .As big .and perfect a Froutjer Exposition as humanly possible. If j'pu know us of old, we need no introduc- tion If you know us onh b} enthusiastic hearsay and re ltttt. Tic Sbmr wMck CrnMd d tfeli Ellin ttttit tit and bnanish bull and alive To be seen In a lifc-ritkinc exploit at every 101 Itanch WiTd'Weal performance, 'anil MOXVHBRB Rl.SfZ Lethbridge, Friday June 28 On the Bill Advance sale of tickets at'J. D Hljlnbothom fc Go s IJiug Store I'osltholy no advance in price for early reservations A Simon-Pure, Onginal. Authcntir llhimmatmp Exposition of _______ Fnjcted by WEAL FRONTIER FIQURES. rihe One been Waiting Watching for.' A STlffTLESS STORE AMD STAGGERIKG SUCCESSIOIf OF SENSATIONAL SURPRIi _. cowguls guardias nirnlcs, tribes of -Indians fresh from their tepees, hundreds .of veterans and celebrities of border life, scouts, H hit no Rlvilind at port, let's get acquainted. Rely with full and steadfast con- fidence upon a ft, ttvnlot cning iiiJ instmctue pleas ire under the ample tents Means nnd energy have been pushed to the limit for jour priisc nnd patronage A Ircincndous Western Tournament diiTenng radically and fundamentally from all familiar others. Its appearance iicrc mi auspicious public holida} A fvelft- tionandarevolulion in outdoor Displaying tho unprecedented rahgo, resource, research, ingemutj. diversity, authority, accurr-cy iiid ni'ude of there mill traverse the principal thoroughfare! l WONDROUS FREE FORENOON STREET PAR ADS Without a Countirpirt AirwhtnmEirth trnppcrs, explorers, pioneers of the wilderness, fearless rough- riders, pony csprcnS champion sharpshooters nnd lariat expcrta, bullfiditers, "slcer throwers bucking lonR-horncd hcnh of buuiiloes, riding from Cossack Comanchc, sports, gatncs, contusls, jmstiniea, perils, ronianrcs, u id_y tutiuut, iiuu wanrifcijuf illo West that hns and is passing reproduced ia AN ARENA OF PRAIRIE PROPORTIONS fof and Childf4nf let them com? they will find ut tKoucMful for to tti of MM! Thrilliiiff of Prune Activity. Know that it tufm at the 101 Peri thai will be Interested, Attnited, Amazad ami ia Nmrvr'tft-bt-forfoMan ;