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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 24, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, June 24, Tim LETHBRIDGE tiAILY HERALD FOUNTAIN DRINKS jf days art here with ui now when the fountain It the Mecca of many thirtty and hurrying butlneai men who like to, break the rueh with a mlnuUV and a long, cool, refreshing drink. We Invite you all to come and vlilt our fouj- tain rooms and there spend a few abort In the cool and gaining fresh store of energy to continue the day. NOW-Introduce Yourself to Our Ice Cream Sodas--NOW Phosphates Just a word Wo don't u-je any (Minted or cheap but tho pure phoaphato; the rightt strength to cool you off and tone up your atoniaoh, Lemonades Who doosn't like a good lemonade' We make oui right before ioui ejefa. You can't help but see they're good Enjoy a lemonade at our fountain ,t' nnd sizzle- of a cold, sparkling soda at Hochou's will kill that .thirst. i DRINK A.LL THE SODA YOU WANT! Oui fountain is modern example of perfect cleanliness In sodi dispensing. Absolute refrigeration end perfect carboiuvtlpn gives drinks sparkling and cold, clean ah.d'.'perfectly safe. All spoons, glasses, etc. are washed in boiling water, dried and polished Individually after using We Excel In Quality ROCHON'S Sundaes Perhaps you like your sundae mado in particular way. If so, you will ft served the way you want It at our fountain. Rich ICQ cream, crushed fruits and nuts render o'ir sundaes extremely de- licious 'Entertain your out-of-town gueete at Rochon's Their visit -will be made more enjoyable. Page'7. BENEFIT FOOTBAL (JAME BROUGHT LARGE CROWD AT THE BUTTS The crack of the new Hos-3 rfflo meant at the butts local rifle association members engaged in 'their regular flhoot. Very good progress IB marked in the. aim of the novlcea while the old heads are shooting in fine form. There, .is -an., obstruction immediately across the line of fire which is any- thing i but- but notwithstand- ing this; -the .shoot was voted to be of a high order. In Saturday's shoot B. Pittard did some splendid shooting, making top score at: 200 arid iiOO yards, while W. Emery succeeded in finding the spot at and'made top score at this range There will be a general meeting of the club at'the R. N. W. M. P. bar- racks, .this., evening', at S o'clock for the purpose of arranging a handicap competition for-Dominiou Day., All members .are requested to attend. 200 yards- E. F. Bryans' 'A. J. Blackburno Sage WALTER KNOX 0. W. Green H. A. Smith E. Pittard P. Bryans L. Sage E. W. Green TV. Emery: H. A. Smith 600. Yards Bmeiy Pittard Biyaus Sago W. Green- EASTERN LACROSSE Capital's Poor Checking Montreal, June to check systematically, lost yesterday afternoon's lacrosse game for the Cap- itals, who went down to their second defeat of the season at the ha-nds of the Montreal a three to two lff score. The visitors had quite as much of a play aa the but their de- fence failed to cover up their men, showed a fatal tendency to ;o out of, their territory in mad rush- es after the ball. Consequently there was' very little team work, and Mon- treal home men were often left quite uncovered. Montreal had the score at 0 at the end of the third period, but the Capitals proved strong finish- ers, and took two early in the fourth. Tecumsehs Come Back Toronto, June Tecuinsohs :ame to life with a .vengeance ;ou Saturday when they defeated the -Na- ionais three to "two, in one the best games here this season. Both teams scored twice during the first quarter but after that the ball never went into either net until within- (i minutes of the final' when Querrie succeeded. Only good goal- keeping by L'Heureaux kept' the In- dians from doubling the scoro, for they had three' shots for their, op? ponents' one. The shaking up. wh Querrie has given the Indians seem to have put new life. Into -them. WHO HAS CHARGE OF THE.TRAIN- ING OF CANADIAN- ATHLETIC TEAM FOR THE OLYMPIC GAMES French Boxer Real Sensation Harry Lewis, the Philadelphia-mid' dleweight, 'who is .'how in England, v rites that George Carpenliai, the French is a classy fighter and that If he keeps ,ori growing as he has during he will make it warm for the heavyweights Lewis: states'that "Garpentier is but 18 years old nnd is a 'marvel. The young Frenchman, who has been box- ing but a few years, is clever and carries a stiff punch in either hand He ,canie to Paris from the northern part of Fi ance TV I Hi his managei, 'Deschamps, and; entered the flyweight tournament, which he won easily following-year won the -'ban- tamweight and featherweight cham- of France and a year later captured." the'-lightweight title. Lagt yeiu he won the welterweight cham- pionship and a little later annexed the middleweight championship of Euope This Is going some for a youngster, and a Frenchman at thai. Carpentler is not only..tlie his countrymen: "who follow the. boxing game, but is I popular in .England, where he has several battles Carpentfar Defeats Burns The has defeated: Sid Burns, who is'now in New York, and was to have fought Mike GIbborii, but taken ill on the of the bat After 'winning from Burns he i matched with young Joseph, whom he knocked out in eight rounds. These bouts1 made fans sjt up and "take- notice. Harry Lew is states that the French- man won the vefdjct'over.him 20 rounds, hut claims that.the Difference in weight -ft as too great a handjcap The accounts bout'sre to the effect that Carpentler won a mile The Frenchman next met Jini; Sulli wii, champion lightweight of Eng land, and put him away in tVo rounds. Carpentier recently fought Geoige Gunther, a weight, beat him easily in 20 rounds and Tin Toronto Won 3 to 1 Montreal, June -As D. L. players the Irish Canadiens on Sa'tu day afternoon failed miserably to e hibit tlieir N.L.U. form and were bea by the Toronto twelve by th score of, 3 io 1. The game was not rough one, but in the third quarte Neville showed a flash of per; and. .was -fined for .cutting, dov Tommy Fitzgerald, while Don1hee-.pt a similar financial set-back for., bein over-aggresaive. League Leaders Win Ou Cornwall, Out., June, the Shamrocks had it on Cornwall 2 0 at half time, the league leadei were too strong when they realize the danger and began to play lacroas and the game ended in.a victory fo the loeal-s 7 -to 3. .The Shamrocks fur nishecl a genuine surprise party-b scoring the firet goal after twi Paris promoters are .now trying to induce American weights to cross the big pond and meet tho French champion after he fights Billy Papke next.month. Y. M. C. A. MAN GETS JOB Toronto, June Smith, 'ormeriy aalstant physical director of the Central Y M C A, Toronto, and now of Vancouver .Y M. 0 A, hae. been appointed general aupervisoi of plai grounds under ilie Toronto play- ground, association. minutes and when they-held. Corn wall to no acore during the remain der of the first quarter, the aurprls was. intensified. But .when the sec ond quarter had been- in- progress minutes and Munro- increased -the Shamrock's-lead to. two goals, tin home began to get disgusted Bob Dugan put new Jife -Into his team forty seconds after, the third quarter started by scoring Cornwall's first and from then on it was a prooea FRENCH RACE WORTH OVER TO WINNER Your Spring Clothing will Accord with .the freshness and beauty of spring blossoms and %eid.ire if joq send it to The Crown Cleaners in time for the first balmy days of, spring, Wo .will make -your last suit or overcoat look like s'new one when we have cleaned and pressed it at The Crown Cleaners Opp.. Wesley Church, "Phone. 47.4 Grand Steeplechase. DC parii Captur ed by Hopper June Grand Steeple chase Do Paris, run over the Autoull course, yesterday, .was won 'by M: Guerlain'g chestnut colt Hopper, with Gaston Drayfus1. Soalord second, and James Hennessy's Pyfrhus third. The steeplechase, which 'was valued .this year at with a piece of plate added, resulted in one of the most In- teresting races in years AT TORONTO Toronto, June Master- nesko nnil JMko Gyilrn, members of n colony of Polish laborers, west of the city, were murdered this Hfternc-on by two Italians, following a drunken fight. Jos. Niipole, nged 38, IH unrior arrest, charged with shooting Gj'dra., and his brother Frank Is being Bought for klllliiE the other Pole. Hillcrest and Bellvue Pu Up Tie Exhibition Receipts go to Widow HIHcrcBt, June football team journeyed over t Bellovuo yeaterdfty evening to hav a friendly game 'with the Bcltevu boys. It was an exhibition game, collection being taken up from th spectators 'to handed over to Mrs Joy son, of Fernl-e. Mrs, hub jand -was kill-id in the mine at Fei nio a short whllo back, and being football enthusiast, the -footballer throughout the Pass believe in show ing Jth-air, regret at the sad occui renco in this practical manner, Th' acore ended a 'tie, 2-2, In view, of-the fact that the game was for the benefit of a miner's wUl ow there was a very large attendant .t tho game. When counted, tin money, collected made a very respect able sum, ami was sent lo Fernie. The evening, was very warm am the sun was shining brightly at the time ihe game started. Bellevue woi the toss and elected to let Hillcres piay with the eun in their faces. The ball was" kicked .off at by tho visitors, who immediately made dash, showing some very clever work, towards the Belle- yue soul. They were met by Sloan however, who by strong kicking, sent the ball sailing down the field to the home team's clever right wing. Lit- tl-o Ike, after "'some scientific play, jrot into touch wi'th the Hillcrest. 501! and sent in a hot one to Dawson, only to find that gentleman on the alert: Hillcrest managing to get the ball out of the danger zone, the play b-eoame. mostly give and take around mid-field for .tlie next fifteen minutes A little later Marsh got hold of the sphere again; and, repeating his former; tactice, put a nicely placed shot past Diiwsoa this to half Unie'theie was no furthej scoring, the goals standing 1 to 0 -in Bellevue's :avor when the whistle blew. Knee Put Out Just before-the end of the first half Robertson, the inside right for Belle- vue, -met with a painful accident hejping to rush ,the visitors' defence; Both tearoij were scrimmag- ing around when Robertson was seen to leave the and upon play being stopped it dis covered that .his: knee had been put out. He 'was 'unable to ...play -for the remainder of the Bellevua playing ten whole of .he second half. When play.was resumed after half ime Hillcrest made-an stronger .showing, giving the borne team's defence a. tin Their effoits regarded aft about strenuous co tinned work, the Hillcrest men o witting 'the Bellevue and fi all> seeming a well earned goal Pla was when the whistle blown on account of "Sloan .handlin the ball within the penalty -line. Tie 'Adlam for the visitors placed anoth goal to IJillcieats credit with a shot that left Bradley wondein what had happened. After this the play 'was more eve the Bellevue team haying''tlieii the game. :biit: J..Leigh an Ashmore were in great form an wera well nigh iiitpregnable. Bell .-however, were .determined even the score and Arnold beatin Special SIXJPOWERFUL HER BOY HIS SECRETARY A uplonilid plctuie u tlirllllng Instance of n Mountain and pride hi family honor This, In a grlpplnt picture Jiid vhldly shows the life and.exlatence ot Moon- smnors" ivho live. In defiance of the law. su-ons truthful diuina which vl'l excite the deepest interest. It is an EDISON wlth'uo of ths "Edlaon Brightest Stau" in principal parts l WA'TPH A moie tlun a '7Bariel of Monlreys" O ff A 1 Jt W one long lingering "cackle of joy" -I MUSIC ANDDRAMA (Conducted by FIDEL10) Circus ort Friday Some of 'the best shooting- in" the 01 Ranch Wild West, 'which exhibits Lethbridge .next June 28, is aid to be-accomplished by a Chey- .who is know among er people as Princess' Wonona. This oung Indian: girl shoots clay iplg- ons and glass' balls, the latter so mall that it is difficult at times to Istinguiah them .in th-e-air, with an ccuracy and rapidi'ty that is .declared bo almost unrivalled among Cau aslan crack shots. She is .also an Xpert horsewoman and manv of her est stunts with the rifle are done! ttilo galloping, around the arena on ue of the naif-wild tittle Indian pan- s Another'Oklahoma Indian girl who ccpmplisb.es things with a rifle i dith- Tantlinger. .Her skill, Uk- lat of Prihcess.Wenona, is the reBiilt practical experience in hunting, any a deer and many a bear have .lieu victims to her accuracy, with ie rifle- J Tillie Baldwin, Bessie Herbergv'Jur nita and Ethel.'.Parry, the "cowgirl wins; Beatrice Brosseau, and many her.cowgirls with the show vie with e cowboys in giving exhibitions of ugh-riding--that ;aTe: thrilling and angerous.-ancTafc the same time of- n, amusing AH these lid -West people-will bo seen in the parade on Friday morn g The route of Friday's puiade ill be the usual one over the down- wn streets The tent city will be rected at 'the Ball Park. ROSY PROSPECTS; AROUND MACLEOD GRAIN IS AWAY AHEAD OF LAST MEN HAVE GRATIFYING INCREASE Macleod, June' 24 the both his men, put.1 mother gon. through -for Bellevue a few minute befcre time was called, Tlie game was the sco standing 2-2, a very good resmlt fi an evoning'B excellent piny The referee teams n hand and showed throughout the whole, game The teams Uued up as follows T. Bradley; backs Sloan and "half bacus TuscaliMU, Haynor and Bryden; for wards, Ike Marsh, .T. Proiu loot, Rohertaon and Arnold. T. Dawson; !ii T. Leigh and K. Ashmore; half hacks T Doyl-e, A. Watson and John Petrte orwards, Lan Adlani, John -Knowles V. Rochester, J. Grirashaw and F Taylor. WESTERN CAN. LEAGUE lASSANO TOOK BOTH GAMES FROM EDMONTON .Edmonton, June look oth ends of a double header on Sat- rday. The was the est of the season, and was a great attlo between Helnrich, rith many brilliant plays "by both cams. Tho game should have ly tie, as Wheeler coiled Poslcy out t tho plate in a very bad decision BULLETINS S. O. E. LINE-UP The To Ho win? will .represent the O. E. in (heir league gam a with the lilies tomorrow at the 'ball park: ecman, goal; Karri-j and Weller, cks; Ijce, Holberton, Firth, hair-, cks; Clarko, W'fUntlF, Par- r and -HesUvick, forwards, at 0.45 Hcfcrcc, J, JGurr. At the Bijou Jhe program at this, tlie most up- .e picture house, for tonight tomorrow eclipses llung ever before presented, such dis- crimination and excellent judgment licing used m the choice ol subjects that the most fastidious pauon will be more than ple.is.ed 0! couise, the usual gig of current in part of the world'from the ii! photoplay- production "Pattic Freres'" will interest Un- doubtedly the foremost [catuie ib "The presenting a phase m tlie Hfe-of these 'angels'- of .mercy" which' will appeil to all The is one of real life and -ever.) heart will, he'touched at the characteriza- tion and the beautiful theme round which tlie stoij .s woven A sueain- ng come'fly: of western life portray- ng the unfortunate happenings of a cowboj husband, and convulsing the audience with laughter, closes the audience with laughter, closes the per- iormance. The installation of the new cooling system permit ot being to spend a pleasant houri an} Dining an.1 entov in comfort tlie finest exhibition in the city. A Fine Menagerie Long lamous for strange and cun- is forms of animal "life to be found n 110 other .zoological gardens, Cole Brothers triple" menageries this year ontairi an exhibit which is just now icc-iipung ilie attention of scientists nd naturalists everywhere. It] is the black camel ever seen in captiv- isy, and (he -only wild one ever rough to .this country. Prof. Cnudc, who has given a great deal f study to the .subject, claims .he nds this remarkable beast a descend- nt of the few which survived the torms which about the year ]700 ed HIP Ullage of the obi plateau and killed all of ic people U my rate it i: of u hich any show might justly oast, and vet it is hut one ot r the anj imnliublc displays made ole Brothers United Shows, which re to .be seen in-Lcthbridge July 3 value of tho rain9 Look into the fac es of the batisfled farmeis, and jou will get vour answer in sanies, and "we will the best ciops this vear we ever had." A trip south to Standoff this ueek found 'the winter heading out and standing 3b inches high Spiing wheat, oats and barley are thiee a further auvaaced than last year, and prospects for a, bumper crop tar the of the tiller of the soil Vegetables aie far advanced and good; The load gangs aie busy building bridges, and roads lead- ing into town, thus can-} ing QUL the Premier's promise that all parts of the prounce are treated alike, and the> purpose completing the- load to Standoff this j ear Telephone crews are also busy completing the line, north of town, afte1 xUueh 'they will build to Standrtf, Ew eline, Spring Ridge, :and- Fishburn; thub making a complete circuit to Pincher Greek, via the CNR route The CNR grade Is now built to First sheet, and will be complete to the i uer about July 15 The round up is now on with a tins ciop of cahtis, Ea-r exceeding pre vious >eare in number The dipping mange will bo earned out this 5 ear While not necessarj, stock men believe that ptetention 1st bet- ter than cure. The fast building plans received are foi a latge biick and stone addition to the American hotel, these having been approved hv thp government The Waterworks Superintendent finds the Mood pipe, which is le placing with stael, is in as good a condition as when.; laid'1 a; few -years ago, the onlj leaks beint; in. the Bijou Theatre I. H. UHL, Sole Manager The Home of the Ideal' Pro- jection Program To-day and To- morrow (Tuesday) Pathe's Weekly of Interesting Events In every part of the woHd. A Western Kimono A Cowboy HusbandV troubles causing 60 kiugha- a minute. EXTRA SPECIAL The Nurse V beautiful stor> of hos- pital devotion tak en fiom life Excelling in portrayal anvthing ever before seen.., Spec's! for WEDNESDAY and THUR8. DAY A Siren ol Impulse' An excellent story of Life in Old Mexico Matinee Dally at 2 p.m.' jmnts, thus proving the of the engineer that the pipe was good, but uaclly in, and they are now replacing at the rate of 500 feet per day Plans and blue prints weie submit- ted to the Council for another sub- division, lying west of First avenue; but the greatest attraction is InduV trial Place, where the guide is already completed for the CNR Several buildings are alreadj on this pro- perlj f Trusses Like These Are A Crime IBERAL CANDIDATES ARE ALL NAMED Reglna, Juno M. Cownn has GCMI nominated by it he Liberals in hellbrooke, which completes ihcl'r st of candidates, .Th-e Conscrvatfvca re still without a" man In Vonda, btit ill lihely endorse ono of .the Indc- pendents in tile field, Get Rid of Elastic Bands, Springs and leg straps Such harness ,has forced Thousands to un- dergo Dangerous Opera- tions Tmeses like thcue showu the belt and leg-strap, elastic.and aprmg contraptions sold by drug- stores, surgical .supply- houses and' many self styled "llernii Special life mueiable foi body who wears them: draun so tight can scaiceh stand to 'keep them do no .good what- ever. Instead they often dp im'rochse hai the rupture, oftea c.iuainK in- to the pelvic bone in, against the sensitive splimrcolumu at the bnck. The Plain Truth-ii Ilupture-ras.explained in our.Tree be relieved1 or can't eien he kept from giouing constantly 'hsld m place. Fust as a broken bo-ie can't "knit" unless the parts are held securely.: together, aa a bandage or spllnf is the only Vay a broken bone can bs right kind of truw Is the only thing m tho uojld that i lest it doesn't keep jour rup- ture from coming out, when you are working and at all other if it doesn't put an end to the trouble heretofore had wI1b T you i you don't get bet-v ter the truss won't cost you a cent How it Strengthens and In addition to lioldlng the the Ciufhc Truss 01 Cluthe Automatic Musb'ager is constantly giving a tooth Ing, Etrenflthenlna >to ruptured paits All massafce roes on all dav lontr, all without any at tention whatever from jou Tills ni strengthens just strengthens a weak so 'lemarxiiblv remarkahlv at in cases out of everj 200 i upture begins lo get liettei ft om the tla> a Cluthe truss in put on J: The World's Greatest Book on Rupture Don't on letting vqui luptuio get spentl tent on account :of your'runture until you.get our.b.ook of cents for a a uenns foi ft bring you This remarkable S2 l-p'ajj-esV-21 separate and 19 photographic us over'40. lo 111 thlit longr to find nut nil the facts wejve put in it It'csplalna'tlift and why they don't always cure to siiu tu.ad Tells the pro- tection of the public drugstore1) should not by a.Uoweil to sell'trUFaes uhj spring wnd clas- n in tmssps tan do no good Hxpobes tile luTinlnig "appliances" etc And. mis- about -thn Ti bow it it Ihft curlns ft is wutci- It'ends aff you can get it on'60 days' gives nomes And acldrenaea of over i> OHO people it and want you to know about, it. 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