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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 26, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY. .K'NK 20, 1910 THK DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE Only Rival Coolness is only one point. Com- fort and durability tailored bodily free- arc KXOSED KROTCH UNDERWEAR With nnfi Without Webbing. Ask for W3. The William B, Ore t no RDEC Co.. Lid. NATIONAL Wo.i- Lost Hrooklyii Philadelphia Boston Now York Clilisigo Oim'inmm St. I'.onis AMERICAN Won Lost 24 2ll SATURDAY (GAMES Superbns Win Two Brooklyn. Juno What was saiil lo lie tlie largeHl crowd Unit over at- sliil) of i (cildvtl li ball Kami) in Ilrooklyn miw Cleveland Pft. .57li .SCO .542 .5M .525 7 .518 .4111 .291 SATURDAY GAMES Indians Win in Eleventh Detroit, .him; (he leiider- racc at. Del mil. mid 'heir fourth ex Cleveland Now York .510'! Host-on 'if if) j Mi'trolt .-Kiti j rim-ago St. Louis (in; Superbas a lira inniiiK dlH'.l of the season, :ind Ihe iai-li chili won R three j (wo g from Now York tiliiulK. 0 to 1 and Indians won, 10 to S. Ks 5 to A ground rule allowing three jiwo gaums of the serlc.s. Tho gamo 1 hits into the bleachers, which j was ragged hut exciting. Tlie visitors Iliad been placed on ilio field, was in won Ihe gaum in the eleventh, when j force Speaker walked and scored on G an dll's started game by 'rlplK. followed with a _ strlkliiB out four of the Ursl six camu lllimf Ho was Knocked out of Ihe box -Cleveland ............1" 1 ill the llfth. Matluiwson and Hchupp ii 'wore not miu-h of an improvement.! Loudcrm IU. .-ovelcBhie. Itagby and Coomlis Kept the hits scattered. O'Ne.ll; Dauss Uoland. (.nn- and Stallage, tiakcr. Yankees Win Double-Header Xou' York. June York climbed into second place by again rt {defeating Washington twice, the scores 'I j being lo 1 and 4 to H was the 1 fourth double-header won by Yan- 7- Clarence Crillin Took Lead in Contest But Couldn't Stand Prosperity Tho Superbus led all the second game. Kit-Hi York...........> ;UrookI.rii Anderson, ItiHhewson, Schupp iUariden; Coombs and McCarthy. Second York............ 4 ft .0 jUroolilyn 10 2 Tesreau and Itariden; Ruckcr, Smith and Millnr. Reds Break Even Chicago, June Del Monte, Cal.. Juno Johnston won the I'acilie states tennis championship today by defeating Clarence Griffin. Ills doubles partner, :ij_4, 9-r7. Grillin never played a better game. His hitting and placing were iierlect and so long as therd were obstacles to overcome, to be invin- cible. He c.oiild not, however, stand prosperity- and weakened wi.Ki.ever lif- had Johnston in a tight place. In the second' Set Urfflilr -achieved a.-iil lie. then, threw away his lead by a series of four double faults. This was 'the turning point of the match. Gritfiu anil Johnston, national doub- les champions, won the men's doubles tennis' title, defeating J, C. Koltlfs ot Berkeley, and Bowie Uetrick of the university of California in .three straight .Miss Helen Baker of Sail Francisco won the Pacific states women's singles tennis championship by defeating Jliss5; JIarjprie. Thbnl ill the finals. 41 i Japs Lose Contest Del Monte. June. late to participate as contestants in the Pacific, states tennis tournament. J. Klimagai' and 1C- Jlikami, Japanese champions, played an exhibition match yesterday against W. Horrell and V.' Dixon of Los Angeles, and lost it. The Japs were not' in gotsd condi- tion .owing to a long train ride. ciniMiti divided honors In two games. (r T Homo run, by Chase and Saicr helped Ayers ami Henry; Mogridge, Keat- make the first game a 12-hmtng strufi- Sliawkey and Walters. gift, which was won by Chicago G to 5. j Four singles off Mordecai Brown in tlio third inning of the second same resulted in his rout and vlciory, 7 10 fi. First Chicago kees............... First Washington.......... I 4 0 New York............ 2 7 0 Boehlfng and Henry; Caldwcll and Xiinamaker. Sncond Ynrk............ 4 Philadelphia i Schneider, Dale Clurke; Vaughn, I Nahort Prendergnsl and Fischer. Second Cincinnati Chicago............. Mitchell. Knetzer. Toney and Win- go; lirown, Lavender, Sea toll, Packard and Archer. Braves Win From Phillies Philadelphia, June runs and errors figured in tho gamo in which Boston defeated Philadelphia 4 to 2. One of the ,homc team's runs was largely due to an by Comp- (911 and the rothRr wan a, homer by Paskert. .Only three hits .were, made'.innings, but two of these came in the fourth when Konetehy's home run also sent''in Compton, while errors helped Boston to get the other two tallies. Boston.............. 4 4 2 2 li 2 Ilagan. Hughes and Gowcly; Derha- ree and Burns. Pirates Annex Two Games Pittsburg, June de- feated twice, .4. to. 3 and 5 _to 2.' In the iirst liart'tlie visitors..shut out ninth in- Athletlcs Lose Two Boston. June Boston Am- look a double-header from "Cincinnati Philadelphia. 3 to 2 and 7 to 3. Hooper stole.home in the first, inning ot the opener, his single being the only hit off Nabors up to the .ninth, when I; Singles by Hooper and Janvrin. errors and a fly to Scliang- let in the needed vo runs. _ j Boston amassed four runs in the .'fourth inning of the second game. First, 'hiladelphia.......... 2 S 2 Plosion.............. 3 1 Nabors and Murphy; Leonard and Carrigan. Second Bush and Scliang; Mays Thomas. Plank Driven From Mound Si. Louis, June was bat- ted from the, box iu the fifth inning and Chicago won the last of the series from SI. Louis, 5 to 4. Chicago them, to score "three runs .and tic the, score. The second game was won Finishes First in. 150-Mile Grind With Henderson 91.88 Miles an Hour Dea'Moines. Iowa, June De Palina today won the annual lies Moines at 150 miles. Henderson. 2nd; Rlchenbaehcr, ;3rd; am! fourth, The winner's "time was one hour, 37 iv-consecutive hitting by the .Tipme team. i First St. Louis ;3 Pittsburg...........- 4 7 1 Doa'lc, Steele, ,Ames .and .Gonzhles; Mamaux and Gibson, Wilson, Second St. Louis 2 9 5 91 St. Louis i 4 30 -2 Williams, Cic.otte Scbalk; Plank, Kooli, Davenport and Severold. SUNDAY GAMES Tigers Take Drop St. Louis, June 25. St. Louis push- ed Detroit into the second division by taking both games of a double-header today, S to 2 and 3 to 3. First game Detroit allowed St. Louis......... Coveleskie, Boland. Cunningham Stallage; Weilman and Beveroid. 171 3 S 3 Baker; Groom and Pittsburg 5 11 ,0 Hall and Gohzales; Miller and Wil- son. SUNDAY Reds Drop Both Cincinnati, June 25.7-St. Louis won both games of a double header frotu Cincinnati here the first 2 to'l Second gam Detroit...... St. Louis Mitchell and Hartley. A Bitter Struggle Chicago, June defeated j Cleveland 4 to 3 in an 11 inning game 2! here today. The game was a bitter one, eacli team fighting every inch" of the way. Terry was spiked in the arm by Chapman and bad to leave the game. Cleveland........''. 3 R 1 Chicago Coumbe and O'Neill; Scott, Russell and Schalk. minutes 14 ipronrl" an speed land the second D to.4. Errors marked of OlISS miles per hbui (the.second game. Richenbaclior'won the 50-mile free-j Firat gam for-all. covering the distunce In 31 St. Louis minutes, 47 seconds, an average speed of D4.3S miles an hour DETROIT RETURNS HAMILTON Detroit June I St. Louis............. 5 11 Fill Hamilton oMhe Detroit baseball 4 2 -7 Cincinnati............ 1 3" 2 Steele, Ames and Gonzales; Toney, Schneider and Clarke, Wingo. Second game (i rtho recentlj obtained from ll Loaib Ameiicanb lias turned to the St. Louis club, it was learned todny. Mainilton was bought from St. Louis with the understanding tha he conid hi. returned within :tO li In1? 'i ork not. satisfactory. raus. the moat successful pilot the Meadows, Williams. der; Moseley, Daln, Knetzer and Killi- fer, AVingo. Ffeded in Twelfth s Chicago, Juiie hlew'up in the twelfth inniiiK today and Pitts- burg won a hard fought victory over Chicago, S to 3. McCarthy of the (Cubs, was seriously; and Ar- clier suffered a. torn finger nail. Fitlabnrg...... S .14 I Chicago.............. 3 10 3 Kantlehner. 'Jacobs, Cooper, and Wilson: McConnell, Vaughn .and Ar- cher, Fischer. I 4 13 INTKRNATIONAL Montreal 0; Newark 1. 'Montreal 0; Newark 1. Buffalo 2; Baltimore 4. 2; Baltimore 10. Toronto 2; Providence 1. 1; Providence 0.- Rochester 12; Hichniond 11., 'Second games. Party at Cranbrook build Power House Which Was Washed Away Cranbrook. R. C.. June (he approach of Lin- piovincial elec- tions, the Cranbrook Conservatives are becoming quite 'active in an effort, to select their candidate, to contest this iBoth factions of the party are determined to have a man in the field, and unless an amicable agreement can be arrived at during the next few [lays it is very probable .1. D. Me- i Bride, an untried man. and T. Ca- i ven. the late member, will be in the i h'eld. This week a petition rir-j :ulated. by- the supporters of Mr. Ca- j ven and largely signed by a r.unler i of independent Conservatives, asking] Mr. McBride to withdraw fvcm 'rhc! nominating 'convention. Friend.-- a'nd j supporters of. Mr. Caven say SIR was the unanimous cboice of a convention I held nine months ago when the gov- j ernmcnt announced (he elections. The j nominations in other places hold good, they say, and Cranbrook will be no exception to the rule, whether Pre- mier Bowser, likes or dislikes it. Both factions are working hard to carry the j convention, which will be held, it is i said, some time during the coming week. Rebuild Power House The Consolidated Mining company at Kimberley, where the high water necessitated the closing of the plant and caused the washing away of their power, house, has issued instructions for all men to report immediately for The company will immediately rebuild the destroyed property. A large shipment of copper wire and other materials has gone forward and work will be rushed 10 completion on a new electric line. Motor trucks are j busy conveying the workmen to the mine, going via the old McGinty trail, owing ,Xo railway traffic on the Kim- he r ley line being suspended. .The plant of the Prospector Pub- lishing company was sold Friday af- ternoon at public auction by Sheriff Hunt. Tlie plant comprising presses, type setting machine and several as- j sortments of type, was sold for probably the cheapest newspaper nar- ;ain in history. It was purchased by A. E. Watts of Wattsburg. T. B. South and William Marshall have returned from" Vancouver, at which place they have taken a course ir. aviation. Two Cranbrook men reported j on the casualty lists this week. Oliver j Brlstow, formerly of the Cranbrook. Agency staff, and Philip Cahill, until recently 'in the employ of the City j Transfer company, are both reported wounded. At a meeting of the Cranbrook Far-, iners' Institute held Saturday after- noon was passed, con-1 .lemning the appointment recently made by the government of a weed inspector. The institute will also as- sist W. B. Bardgett in his appeal csssj connection with the killing his STAMPEDE kjr 1 1 SLA JL-i At LETHBRIDGE JUNE 30 and JULY 1 AT EXHIBITION GROUND'S -HEMRSON PARK IN CASH PRIZES ENTRANCE FEE. (i r 1 (I Champion Bucking'.'Kidcrs in Attendance The programme- will include Indian ItaVe, Bucking Contest, Fancy Hoping, Maverick Race, Bull-Dogging Steers, W i 1 (I Horse Rare. Bands In Grand Frontier Fea- tures SPECIAL TRAINS RATES on all RAILROADS Admission to grminclh and mamUUnd 50c scc-hon, 25c Children-under 12 free. All cluck htc togiouiuls V. Smith, T. L. VUiitnej..I. L. Miller. Write J. A. Smith, Stainpt-de Heiwlarj. 'LET 'ER C 1 theie to nteiest the tioud ijpCCim 1 iliss Mclfaiic bupeiintpiident of Wo IT- i 1 jniens Institutes Misses Al Ji-uwaid rain Vim ten hv dood DaT1'> n" n domestic Itdlll V1MLCU Ity VJUUU clence instnictrefisOB, wero. ju-esent Crowd (CONTINUED FIIOM Jfjio.vT PJGE) Game Exhibit Among Hie exhiliits there is one of in connection with the killing his AIHUUS me UJLUIUHS uicia UHO horses on the C. P. R. right of way. I mounted birds and game, showing the Sam Evans, who last week was op-1 same resources, in the province, and jrated on at St. gngene hospital, is D- McEachern is present to give In- out and about again. Mr. Evans is struction regarding conservation of leaving for Elko for a week's .rest Then there 15 a car showing fore resuming his duties with1- the c. samples of butter, methods of making P. R. D. J. Elmer, an old Cranbro .n ttmn on a short visit with friends, and is :being welcomed by the old- timerS. Dave is selling El Doro cigars and is distributing in the city to his customers. A Novel Recruiting Cam? paign Now Under Way ,to Instruct the ladies in'various prob 1 lems of the house, from canning peas to serving supper There are also two cars of livestock ioi demonstr ition and Jectni e pui ind along them tlieio ue weie flashed on the sc een the'different .''experts, including W. F. Stevens, Jas. Clements, Jas. McCaijj j K. Meyer, who give lectures on the animals. The train went -from here to cleod, and is at holm today. H is the. biggest' FROM: IbROM dif! reception given the men ti a31 these places and they are mucli gratified with the outlook-for. a! good quota of men from heie for the battalion which-will pick its officers from the ranks. So far only enpugj; officers have been chosei If the U. ui uutier. Ioaav. It IS me. oiggesi uinig ot i !dairy butter, methods of keeping tests. UB kmd usiterl Southe n 41 'the reciultiug campaign There art joklte, is machinery to be used, and a hundred berta aml no himei ,ho lld see 2a commissions to be grantee and one other things that will help the farmer who Intends to follow up j dairying. Incidentally, you will be told that Alberta's dairy products last year were worth .or nearly iinelt The provincial government roadjdouWe those of the previous year, gangs are being put to work repairing I Every farmer should know sonifi the roads washed out by the recent i thing about'the care of sick animals floods the first of the month; and Dr. Talbot, provincial veteri- fuU crews will be engaged. r To Submit Bylaw (OONTINLED HIOU Fi OM 1J' COAST LEAGUE SATURDAY GAMES San Francisco 5; Verno'n 4. Oakland 7; Los Angeles 3. Salt Lake 2; Portland 1. 'Portland :i; Salt Lake 1. SUNDAY'GAMES Portland 5; Salt Lake 4. Los Angeles 5; Oakland'3'. 'Oakland 2; Los Angeles 1. game 4. important ienorL on the' table prior lo the above'actioa iinu ur. LtnuuL, iiiutiuLiai icicii-fby the council. It was a joint report narian, is there with an exhibit spec-j from Commissioners Grace and Frec- ially Designed to help in this direction man in prelmiinary fmureb wcru His department is of more than pass-j given on the cost of the alternative' 'ing interest. .filtration 1 system and; j .Clean seeds-and weeds Sre together j the gravity system 'in a fine exhibit. get rid of the o Uet and piomotions to these will bf nnde from the ranks All sergeants and corporals will be picked I same uaj so good njan has an ____ equal chance with his fellows The licsult ii that the battalion is growing popular diy and attract ing a good class of men. t j How to get the The report slated that the gravity: othgr is the farmer's system nould cost -U 000 problem, and Smith, siiperinteu dent of :the- seed and' weed branch, is there to tell. His exhibit is corupre on which the annual overhead and op- eration cost ..would be about This would mean, that for a consump- June William Wood, life pioneer imnsive aiiu "sliuuM HiiSSpu by no j tion of 1 oOO 000 gallons tUih the t farmer who is anxious to build up hib charge uouhl be about eight cents per i seed and, keep his farm clear. Inci McCaig, editor of publi is a crank on sheep, is and never'loses a n uun, j wjjij ecturers an never -oses a butcher and cattleman of Utah and Al- !cjianee lo tell tlie old, story of how the berta passed away last week in -murder thr. weeds and make tone butchei shop, Salt Lake City, !money for the farmer while so en attend .to the business here. The Wood wa AMERICAN ASSOCIATION SATURDAY GAMES St. Pan! 2 Columbus 11. Minneapolis 8; Toledo 7. Kansas City 2; Louisville 3. Mi'hvaukee 1: Indianapolis-3 SUNDAY GAMES Minneapolis Toledo S: Toledo 0. Louisville 9; Kansas City 5. "Kansas City 4; .Louisville 1 Milwaukee 7: Indianapolis t .in Feature Event of Annual Regatta! 'Milwaukee 4; Indian'.polls 1, heart failure, brought on by old j age. -The deceased was in his 79th tiis son Harold, left immed- -ged. 000 gallon. this achemc ulace! the nitration plant scheme H de cided that S10UOOO would nut In a fll tration in the present pampiilii plmt raking into consideration the overhead cha gts Model.Farms jerti.. i plans of all kinds of farm buildings inleh lor I tali, Angus remaining models made up to show they arc seen In mans cars, and they woiiUltalte a day's stud> NORTHERN Winnipeg 1; VirRiliia 0. William a. Superior-Forgo; rain. HARVARD DEFEATED. YALE. utt mi. Cars, aim UlCj WIHIHI ttlnc ii ua.> a BLUH.- m County, England, on themselves. There are poultrx 1 is? i At an early age "he joined jilouseS( Bileep sheds, hog pens, horse the Mormon church. -For many years jand C0w-stablea and: all the othei port ttis tnu uic iiiirauun "Royal Navy, SoinE "farm would need would supply the city's needs for a thiough HIP Crimean War. He various lecturers are there to long time at half the annual cost of; {bisted in the onenfiig.ti.') of Japan w[ th'eynre too. i sjstem so the res iBntiah commerce, and was always then there is the exhibit of olution was idoptcd _____________ Quick Work Saves Ba Drowning Accident (CONTJMJCD FROM FrONT PAOE Jim Robertson and rushed to tl hospital Before reaching there bin nad regained consciousness asked uliat the name of her soldi' escort was site was unable -to ahd as he left as soon as the resl, had effected he fatillireraains i n Atr MoKd> is Veiv the line work he sayjn the two HP just gpt thei e and the into just happened to nil that expenditure tnd the present spot ind the was, puinp'UR cost the cost j him tell it the city about foui ctnls pei 10001 gallons In neither of .these cases was the cost of distributing the watbi tiken into icnour is tfie ba the 'ntnt in eithei method Ihe concl isio i arm en at the re port th it the hit ration system TOM SHARKEY Is San tr-incisco June 23 "........-.-_, Allll LllCtl UIC CAUIMH. "i -idnnror oi.ttmt race. His ship Bavlug (ieYic3s for the farm.and i Key former prizelighfi filed petition m bankruptcj rfia fi United States district court lofprtt mg Ins iiabiHtics as assets as He ones to Henri Stem o' !Mew 11 the terras of an unfulfilled lease, i is manager of a saloon iled in the laying of the flrst cable in the Black Sea, r ood opened the first meat tho farm. home. maohin- J tho tarm.liome. :iiecansc erj- is running: is probably the reason of Two CoMeyca. Loudon. Conn., .lunc the in record tinu1 tlie Har-. deu defea'pd ale heie j late iliis aflen.oon IFi the four nile: lace flic feature event of tli'o iOt1i; regatta between Hie Ho j The victory closed a day of glory for i the Cambridge oarsmen and tlieii- fol- J lowers, i'or the winning completed ai clean sweep of tlie Thames rjver, which began yesterday with .the j-nw- iig ot the freshman suoloiirs and ex.-1 tended through the freshman anil sec. oii3 varslfy eights i contested and won earlj1 this forenoon. St. Paul 7; CoHimbus 1. I'nul S: Columbvis -I. game. NORTHWESTERN SATURDAY GAMES Vancouver .7; Spokane Taooma Great Falls 8. Untie 5; Seattle 1. SUNDAY GAMES Spokane 4; Vancouver S. 9; Vancouver 3. Butte Seattle '1. Great Falls 5; Tacoma 4. Falls 2; tttoma'1. games. I narkct in Salt Lake. He was a eu eei of the Muddy River valley, hnrl) a farm and Immigrated to Alberta J3 electricity jslioiw In Cardston. Masrath and Ray- pressure farm" water dis 'molll! jtrihutlllS: system', and along with it a i Ihe deceased was an ardeal work. ,Vrinir ri n the church. 'peakor and always and an arcleal work- machine and wring was a splendid j hnll offered fervent, -what the le fll ed mmi- n len, to make his Canada and Utah. E. J. Wood, ot president of Alberta stake, and A. L.. merchant, Taber are ions of the decuied. j of. electric light and runniilg water oji his farm. Over Ihe exhibit Is ,the slogan': "Let the engine do all It Mil, theie'will lio Plent> left for you to Mo." Domestic Science I 1ohn Mirtling hotel keeper at Big- igar S Then there Is the ladiss section ,sk fined J100 and sen about whfch onb a could lenced'to slS Imprisonment for Intelllgentl} But bv tho liquor in the hotel premlsei. It was it was plain that there 0 lt i i t.. Daylight Saving TT 'ij Garbutt Business College! 411 8TH STREET SOUTH, LETHBPIDGE Oiing to the attendance at our bchool we hue Jle-J cided to remain open during the months ot lulv ard August s In oidoi to take adnntage of Ihe cool morning hours we will, commencing Tulj 3rd open one hojr earlier, tl'al is at S and close at r p.m. will aho all Thursdsj.eyeningi tt6m 7.30 td'OSO va CAUl. OR WRITB FOR ;