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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 22, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta LKTIIHIUDGK DAILY JIRRALD HALI" the comlort ol a shirt is in'thc neckband. Isia't it strange tlicnthat men will' on struBgling with shins that pinch and bind at the neck-when they might have case and all the other things that with it good shirt by asking for shirts bearing the Red .SHIRTS Thcsccretis in ihcthrun neckband. The Williania, (jrcuif: Rom Co., Liiliik'd Makcrx of ('ulltirx Brooklyn I'liilntloipliia New York Boston Cincinnati Chicago Pittsburg St. Louis NATIONAL Won Lost 211 1U 20 24 28 25 211 21 2S AMERICAN .004 JUKI .521 Clevcluud Detroit Washington .500 New York Bonlon .403 {Chicago .423 Louis .418! Philadelphia Lost U 24 'M 2B 2S "27 24 Hi Pet. .571 .ii71 .556 .528 .509 .SOO .43G .314 Braves Beat Giants New York, June look tint lirsl game of a scheduled double- bender from New- York by n score of i to 4. The game was-played on a i'ain-soaked field and Boston won on1 in Ins lOlh, on Evers' single. Con- nolly's hit and Magce'H sacrifice-, lly. The second game was postponed. IJoston Fmter Didn't Allow a Hit Boston, June Foster pitched a no-hit, no-run game for the Reel Sox today and the New Yorks were whilewashcd. 2 lo 0. Not a New Yorker reached lirst base unlil one was out in the .seventh, when Nuna- makcr was passed. New Ynrk............ 0 j Bos ton Xcw York 4 n Shawkey and Nunamakor; Allen, Iluglics and Gowdy; Pen-litjand Carrigan. and Itariden. Shuts Out Cleveland 0 n S 'I Foster nSPrRRII Rl "wve 'a lie roriirsi place bv defeating KfiNrnA r A irK UnOLUnLL I Lfl I Lll lllo Cuus rrmii nrtl. ToneysUho game in the sixlh inniilB. Oobb in the 'llfthcs; and bis trippling and scoring when Chapman good pitching in the "p'lllluhes! and bis jtrippling and scoring when Chapman own Iwo-baggcr, which scored two threw Speaker's relay into the Tiger runs, were factors in Cincinnati's 4jdugout. to 3 victory in the first game. Lavcn- Cleveland 0 iler's wildness, Chicago's errors and lUelroi'...............> Mnselcy's clever slab fork pave the] Bagby, Mcllale and O Neill Hods the second game 3 to 2. ;lenkie ami Stallage. First i -i a Love- Cincinnati i Chicago j Toney and Clark. Wlngo; Packard, Ernest Bonfiidini, Catcher for I'rendergast and Archer, Fis- Local Team, Suffers Acci- Second game dent When After Fly Cincinnati _______ Chicago St. Louis Wins Two St. Louis. June Louis took both games of a double header from Chicago today. 11 lo 1 and 2 lo 1. Heavy hitting marked the first game. j the locals pounding three pitchers foi ,'a total of 13 bits. Timely hitting by Krncsl Hoiifadini, aged 111, better known as llond among his chums, and son of Joseph tlonl'adini, proprietor ol the City Second-Hand store, suller- etl f. compound- fracture of the left IC-K below the knee, during a ball game between tho Hustlers and the Old- Timers al the .Mounted police bar racks, last night. hi cago.............. Mitchell, Moseley and Wlngo; La- vender. Hrown. Russell and Archer, Fischer. Philadelphia-Brooklyn., rain. St. Louis-Pillsburg. rain. Pratt and Johnson won Ihe second game, each driving in a run wilh a Iwo-hasc hit- You who have cn- Joyed., the grateful goodness of ADAMS' TUTTIFRUTT1 GUM for years will value the new, convenient form in which it now comes to you. Five good-size sticks of stored- flavor held prisoner for ;.you in wax-paper land tinfoil. The outer 'wrapper is a valuable coupon worth saving for Regimental or College Shields. Your dealer has Tutti Frutti in any of five mellow flavors. ORIGINATORS AREA ON THE IE LI i Hilt Prospects Ilrighl for Jlig Area Next Year i Thai along llic, fam- ous Aldersy.le line, which will shin I more tliiin bushels of 1D15 i crop, is considerably deduced, and I will not run higher than SI) pe.r cent of the llllri area is the opinion of A. K. Qnayle. editor of the CorniaiiKay Siill, who was in llic city yesterday. .Mr. Quayle says the crops are looking line alons the ten million area, though somcwha; under lasl year's advance ment at Ibis time. There is very good prospect however, thai Ihe yield will be very nearly as high as last year. Speaking of future conditions Ihe Carmangay editor looks for a big acreage next year. The wild lamls tax is bringing many more acres un- der production, the increased break- ling of virgin land being eiuife notici'- able. The prosperity of the farmers I is helping In this direction. ".Many of the fanners have money they don't know what to do with." said tlie Car-1 niangay man. "Tho Ford agent at H CarmaiiBay has sold 33 automobiles I this spring, mostly to farmers. It is 1 eiuite usual to see more antos than .________ horse drawn, vehicles al farm anc- ilion sales and on Ihe slreets of the Ottawa, June the Dav-j tmvns Uiese days. Next year idson commission silting was rcsum- voll will see these 'farmers Improv- Heartburn and Windy Spasms cfncDcy of Dr. CVwcJl's 'Insiiiut'Uclirf in complaints' i will be a revelation to tlwiej who havo liitherlo trusted; to bismuth or soda mixtures, or to eilel-fasliioiicel liver pills 'ami J sails. Tim troubln is due lo pas in Ilio stomacll or bowels arising; from undigested food, and the natural remedy is to restore tile oraaiis lo healthy action. Dr.. Celisell's. ll.lftant .Helief. docs Unit ff auidllv, surelv, anil'so it I'llccf, .cilice: .ulie-rr. tlio old f purgative preparations only weaken, :llif system, and tlic pill-taking or sails-Inking liabit. Take Dr. CisseH'i Instant Reliel for conitipition, biliouineis, torpid liver, sick dizziness, specks belore the eyes, flatulence and windy spaamt, acidily, heartburn, impure blood, and thai dull, heivy feeline which is a sure indication of liver troubles. Dr. Instant au4 lake jio substitute. Price 50 cents from all Druggists and Storekeepers, Or from llic -jgcnl! for Cnnadn. F. Itilchie aeid Co.. ic! il'CauUlrccl. Toronlo. War 'I'ax 2 e-rnls cxlrn. nr. Casiell's Instant Bllior IE Ihe companion lo Dr. Caiidl's Tabltli. cd this greemcut was i ini; and IIMS iiiuii...... "C'-'-------- s'nfr for llie arrived at whereby argument will be Eenera me Bum _.. heard oil Friday al ten o clock in Hie niuniinS- Firal game Chicago Si. Louis Uanfortli. Cieotle, Benz iiiul Sclialk. INTERNATIONAL V 8 acks, last night. [Toronto f- 8 li_ j Ynnng Bonfadlui was catching no- 1 Newark 1 0 ind the hat for the Hustlers and was i sicTiglic and MilKec, Knnghl and ninei me 11.11 em me; in the act of catching a high foul flyiisgaii. when he sulToreii flic accident. It appeared as if his spiked shoos, were jnslrumenlal ill causing llie youns ball pluyc'r to break his los. He was rciinlred lo run rapidly to get In a position to catch tile ball- Ho K First -game Montreal Providence Cadore and flowley; ..2 44 li: 1 Billiard ami I Lynn; Weilnian and Severoid. 'second 'Chicago.............. 1 2 Louis Scott, llnssell and Si-balk; and Hartley. Athletics Win Game Washington. June means General Macilunalel. quartermaster- ____ general. "Who gave evidence previously inuniry. noted for 11 ;l Curtis, Vance ami Cash- ion and Owens. Toledo.............. 10 .1 St. Paul.............. 4 10 1 Bedient and Sweeney; Douglas, Griner and Glenn. Second garner ,.i- Unite Seattle and Hoffman; Rose and Caelman Great Palls Tacoma While" and Ha-worth: Mehlhaf and Vancouver Spokane Acosla and Cheek; Murray. 7 10 4 2 S 1 Harstad and Kais'e'rling1" and. ;7 Inelianapolia Kansas 'Carter and .Schang; .liathrop, iSan- ders ATTENTION BOYS! NORTHERN Til order to stimulate recruiting for the big 1916 Camp Sentinel, Publicity Manager Waddlngton has decided upon the following plan: To the boy who turns in to the V. -M. .C. A. the largest number of ap- Afternoon Superior.......: Winnipe learned, all thought ot finishing the contest was abandoned. Tho teams lined up us follows: Old-. Moore. -'Timera-Brandbw. c.; Lund, p.; NMch- S-rst game- olsori, Gallivan, 2h; Kenny ss: Fargo Evnnfe .McArthur nnd Ste- i Port William ..._ Smith, Burden and Erickson; Clark, Stevenson and ftloore.. Evening game f1. Superior Winnipeg --r-, Burden and Erlckson; j plications for camp will be awarded a trip to camp absolutely free. The only rules governing this offer are as follows'. 1. Registration fee of Jl.OO must accompany all applications. j1. 2. All applications to be handed In 2 "li 5 to Secretary Thompson at the Y. M. -I'. C. A. Benton anel Contest, opens June 24th and i closes July 2Sth. 4. must register their 5 S Sjiutention of couipsting on er before 12 4 I June 24th at'the "Y." The iirovincial department of agrl- will have, its mixed fanning special and sniff of lecturers here on e that Ihcre should ue an order-m-couu- .i [branches that are of elircct ai "The "memorandum regarding business- ami Ihe sale was.placed on the record hy -Mr. lielmonton, June ser- ious flood Is looked for in Edmonton on accounl'of the rapidly melting snow in the Kocky Mountains under the .warm prevailing Iloeky .Mountain House notified ihe city au- thorities loday that, the North Sas- katchewan river had risen seven feet at that point. L. W. Weir, who watches the rise and fall oE the river locally, rise of one foot and eleven Inches between'S a.m. and 1.31) p.m. toelay 'increase of wafer vol- ume growing rapidly. name O'er a week of very warm weather, lo the accompanied by. Quite strong. winels, pace on e re Two phrases Had bee, farmer's usness .exhilnls and will give TJcwurl. struck out by General Hughes, and counsel thought this significant.. One a was "old conelemneet and the other "if so. by C. O. C." ine'aning that if flic ammunition evas sold It should be by order-in council. cii These include ihe live demonslralion farms. schools, seed and weed, game conservation, veterinary, dairy, poultry, women's institutes, etc. Leth- brielge district can co-operate III the Improving efforts of the department rapid' melting of the monn- .ain snow wilh' the result thai. iTionntain rivers and creeks in province are far above normal. Edmonton the water is -well over the dock's and has passed the 20'fiiol mark on.the stage. beiiiK fully represented at the 'The short course school at General Macdonalel's examination be- j ing.concluded Mr. Smith of Montreal, wils stated that he appeareel for the two I onG most success- directors of Vickers. Llnjitec' whoseib 'he staff one name had been mentioned. He salt he understood that the andilor-genera 3 t ran li had in his posnession a cablegram sent The same credit b Honar Law to Ihe Duke of Con- naught further explaining his prev- visiting tho train on Saturday. ablegram regarding Cue pur- SAYS CANADA HAS if small arms ammunition .Mr. FOUr ions, cal Fraser." who was present, conferred vvifh the commission in regard to the cablegram anil Sir Charles Davidson anid that -Mr. Fraser hesitated about putting it in and be was inclined to agree with him.. It was agreed that Jlr. FraEer should _confer. with Government House before "the commission resumes this ernor-genernl's ofllce to put into Ihe fashioned devotion to right- cvlelenco llie second cablegram re- j eousliess .You have spent freely of ceiveil, from .Mr. Bonar Law, colonial f and-your money, lint secretary, in" reference to the purchase ]lave your souls." by the admiralty of small anus ane-j iseniers. c; Williams n; Liv- Weismg. AVright arid Smith; Bentley for any further particulars, _see ingstone. Ib; .AlcHiiee, Vaselenak 3b; Jones, Murphy anil Snnancey, fielelers. FOURNIER IS UNSTEADY Jack Foiirnier's work a I. first base fnr f'he Chicago White Sox became so atrocious that linally Manager Row- land decided lo sliift him. to the ont- fich! and bring Shano Collins'in. Mr. to he. is any better as an out-fielder than he Is a first baseman, "but .at leasl Ihe two Collinses "may work together better, yiilcli i6 'aonietliing gained. Second Fargo.......... Fort Bell Bnchar.t; GriBin Weising; Virginia 7 I0 Duiutii 2 Johnson t Swecley; Culvert, Hanel- schu and Withrow. ODD RECORD Probably the oddest record ever made by- a shortstoi) in a game was that hy" "Buck" Herzog, 'manager of recently. Ho made, nine plit outs .at.short and no assists., lie "caught, five flies, and bandied four thrown" balls at second for outs. j Captains Home, Skeilh, Short or Hie innotlmm. R. Waddington or. the Y.M. C A staff: Now boys, go to It. Who will be the one to get-a-splendid free vacation this year? y munition'. Mr. Frascr Uien read a ca-ulegrnm whioli wat as follows. COAST LEAGUE; EDDIE COLLINS LIKELY TO MANAGE WHITE SOX Los Angeles 4 10 ,2 Oakland Standridge, ICahler and.Boles, Bass- ler; nigginbotham, Beer and Elliott. San 1 -.10 4 VoniQii 2 G 2 Couch and Scpulvcdn; Fromine jijid Spencer. Salt Lake...... i .J 44 '2 Portland.............. 12 0 IfilEhes anil Hanilahj, Sofheron and Fishor. NOTE THE NEW PRICE __ ARROW COLLARS Goes well with any style of cravat. 15 CENTS EACH oLurrr, KABODV oo., mo. MAKERS, ST. JOHNS, gucsco Rumors are afloat that ..Charles (jomiskey is contemplating change. UOnllsllej is, of managers. The Old Roman, said; is discouraged .al the miserable showing of the White Sox. who., on paper, slack up as probably the best team in tJie American league. If a 'change in managers is made a thorough and complete reorganization of the South Side club will also be effected, according to reports. -Comlskey has what .is probably the heaviest payroll In the. league, with Eddie Collins, Joe Jackson, Ray Schalk and other slurs. In fact, it; is so heavy that it at one time brought cerisiird- from the other cities in the iekglic, with suggestions that my Is trying to buy a Despite this, however, the Sox slumped since the loday sre near the bottom. Whether the reported volves elevating a man from the raHW to ihe managership was not "1 but R Is rumored that Eddie Is being looked on with favor for thi Job." ONLY TWO MANAGERS THAT WERE NOT CHANGED During the last ten years In base- ball every team in the National and American leagues, wilh the exception of'llie Athletics and Now York Giants has had two or more nunaKcrs. Ton years ago John McOrntv Was manag- ing the Glanli and Connie Mack lead- ing .the Athletics. These Iwo meiraif piloting those teams nnd bid telegram June 3: The. ammuni- tion forming the subject ot an ollicial nnuiry under-Sir Charles Davidson, las been by the admir- alty and has been found entirely sat- sfactory. The manner in which Ihe purchase and payment was carried out for. the ammunition boxes, etc., is accordance Instructions lhat issued to the admiralty repre- sentative. The special account open- ed with Ihe Bank of Montreal at New York .City is not yet-closed, there be- ing a balance on deposit -which will bo g accounted for to the admiralty." FOUND HER SOUL Toronto, June high nole was struck at the banquet of the Canad- ian Bar Association here. Henry U- F McFariand. of Washington, deliver- ed an inspiring address. he said, "has become great. Yours is the new life and the new conscious- ness, whlch-means leadership on this j tlie coniinissiuii contjneut Von are. through the loon as to desirability of placing orueol fil-e and blood, chastened and refined., uplifted and strengthen- ed We as a caustic writer has said, are the luxury of im District News .KIPPENVILLE NEWS .Jppeuville. June U.. F. A. picnic was held at Young's crossilli; and was a decided success as far as attendance at least, the report being; lhat 1200 people were present.' Sports; of all kinds were held on the groundtj including baseball, football, races and, bucking contests. The picnic closed In the evcniuB with a, big "bowery.: baby girl arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hillls, .June. Dili. Hiss A. McRcary has resigned her; position as teacher of the Kipp.eii school aad expects to leave the last- of June. Mrs. M. Ilillu; of Foremost is stay- ing at the home of her son, Mr. H. Hillis. for a few weeks. Mrs. C. W. Greene who lias been ill ai. all for Kome time is slowly convalescing, in Hie n j-j Kippeu visited in Leth- Floods Receding in' the Crow's Nest Pass (CONTINUED L'ilOJI Fl'.QNT FAfili) the meager supply from creek mains for water. the Cow the; cablegram in evidence. Mr. Alex 'Fraser, .auditor-general, this afteraoon. Mint he had received the permission of the gov- are wao.- perialism. You have found again Dillon. sir. riiiai-i u.tii __., legrnm which wat as follows. i UOWER CALIFORNIA NEUTRAL London, .Iiih'e Wilh reference to San DiBga. C.V.v June tuna 1- Tlio dinmiini- Tirfll rnninill HBlltral IT! lllB an California will remain neutral In the event of hostilities between the Unit- ed States, and Mexico, according to advices received here today from Col. Cantu. military governor ot the territory. It was recalled loday that Cantu made a' similar announce- ment at the time of the American oc- cupation' of Vera Cruz. Cantu is '.repotted' to have about 1000 soldiers on the peninsula. A meeting of the counci) .and a OOTI mittee of citizens was lielrt this nooa when H was'uccided.lo cable across the river'at :llie tirUlge site and put in place a steel 'vi-.ter pipe lo re-ctiUblisli the Farcy. crteJ: water connections. The river has continued io drop ilighlly and it is hoped tliai ivpns'i. B tlie u-cathar tiinis viiy varra again. No more bvidges" 'avo reported out of commission today. Lumber Co. Losses Reports from Waldo, brings the .in- formation that the Ross-Saskatoon Dumber company has. lost. worth of lumber and logs and all .the bouses in the immediate viciiiity ot lie mill have been evacuated, the in- labitanls having to. go to the.higher ground Tor safety. The.Great .North- ern station ai Krag. .a box car sliel- ered seventeen people during Kun- day night. The loss of garden anil field crops he. heavy in all the Kpotenay bottoms. At Eureka, the. creek fiow- ny into the Kootenny has broken through the protectingJbank and a.big stream Is now running th'rbugh" the Eureka Lumber Co. j-arns. Goyernmentjiscnt.-1" ortdge for a few days last -week. On her return 'home she was accompan- ied by Mr. Dan Klpuen and daughter, of Ontario, who expect to remain in the west for some time. Mr. Dau .is a brother bt'D.'W. Klppeh.: Hugh find AUXUH Fraser have pur- chased the livery hanr oC llv. M..l.Hi- lis of Foremost and took possession. 1 of the same last Friday. Wm McRae of Foremost was a call- er at "the home of D. D. Sunday.' '.'-v' A large procession of antos nnsse tbrousli Kippenville on their way..' the picuic last Thursday. HAT MAN DROWNED Mcilicinc Hal. Juno Otha Works cicn of Winnifred, n young man of about The Mounted Police ilo so for. manyj'carir to WORKERS STRIKE; PLANT IS TIEP UP Moose Jaw, Sask., June tremely serious situation lias devel- oped Blnce the city fathers lust even- Ing refused the request of 14 employ: ces of llie city electrical department for an.Increase of wages. The men after Hearing 'the -result of the delib- erations': of trie council decided to strike at once and this morning they all walked out. Electrical Superintendent Pelers, states that he cannot say how Ions he rnn'keen'.llie nlnlll running. Should the plant have to sliul down It will lie a serious matter as Gordon, Ironsides and Fares'..huge.packing plant Is "0- uQridcnl.on.Uie' city for power. STRIKES MINE Uimlon.'-Juhe American steiimer Seaconnel, .Philadelphia. from Archangel to London with tim- ber, rtruckf mine on Sunday and went the Seroby Sands. Sne 'IKS since, become :a total wreck. The crew wai .landed at. Yarmouth. The Seaccwiiwl .-was oi tons ironi' 11111111 tu. were In Hie district ami tlie accident reuorted to them. Doughnuts are hard to digest and mav rausc appendicitis. Lethbridge people' should know that simple buckthorn bark, glycerine, etc.. as mixed in Adlcr-l-ka, often relieves or prevents appendicitis. This simple remedy acts on DOTH upper and lower such surpns- ng foul .matter that ONE Sl'OON- pUb relieves almost ANY CASE con- sour stomach or gas. A ahnrt treatment helps, chronic stom- ach trouble. The INSTANT, easy ac- lion- Is astonishing. .1. lion- DV HlBinbotbam :Cp., say CYCO i BOW ISLAND (Prom the Bevtew) John Rossa. who was at one 'time employed In Hoaglin's store here, diec at'Klngston; Ont. Sunday, June lltb, at.tjic Bon- Islanil hospital, lhorwife of M-. Brophy of Burdett. oE -twin ot which, however, dierl on E. Gage and H. Jenkins contemplate antolOB south or. Sunday, heit. tho idea of visiting, friends.-In-Noi. Dakota. .Mrs. K. Lackenbj'. of Ijethbridgej. visiting in town this week..; band aiid son'Joe are now (he Sarcee camp, but eipe to receive orders, to leave ,tBi front very soon. At the annual communication of .tl Grand.Lodge A. F. held at Banff. May'-Sist.-I.V. man oE Bow Island was trlct Deputy Grand Master.. of "Diatn No. 2 of the province of' Alberta.-Sr Etzikom. Melvin Lyman! Rijey, aged IS years and1 nme.mpDtll T-herbo.dy. was I apd" on; Saturday.: iheJiUBtficL" cohie'cftorii o[ Michel, wn'ere Ihe n..Michel. calling ;j.uijch lajn'as'.e io .St.oreJ'JtrWjtrj; the water 'system of that" town.' ,V: Xrf: Ifart reiiorts that ttie rajlway hridse'.oi'er Bull river hcenvmov- ed out of line about_.four-feet lanil At Cranbrook Cranbrook, B. 0., June, water at Wyclllfo has resulted iu. tlie' closins of tlie Mg steel .bridge at that place. It is cociiecied any minuto to BO.out. C. P.. an effort to save this -.wlilcli re-now Hie only' available' means' hr access to tho St. MaryVcountry. The tvirhuerlcy bmncli of the C-. P...H. IS out-ol business until ;be effocted. West, of Cranbrook H the. ivaters Imve receded'and ed n rosular train Service be us tabllslied late this afternoon tomorrow: Cranbrook lias .been cut off Iioui the outside norkl since Sun day, not even a newspaper reacnlng Ihe city. bnlled Stales Senator Burleigli died suddenly at Augusta, Maine.' He was n former governor. of Maine GENERAL; Niagara camp ipniorraw, troops at Lciidon ..TJiiirii! On Friday' niBht .'wlllj'lj for an Inspection tripfot camps. goinK-'a3_ far B..C. He %lll lal Cor about'a fortriigllt.- eAe dead lor 30 ..T'uneTSd. Hughes will.-Inspect.- iagara camp tBnmrrowV i .n I rot "ruin SSl dinctions. I fell better >fler Ihe firat'itl ard 1 kept Uking them for a nuMch Oni. Ja> Mr Simpun of II fnc'nbpul tlie trouble he hid with hU and I recommended him to try'GIM gay? him one to lake. -TKe'i he bought ind ha wife denvAl great ll them ;