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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 27, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta Tf'KSDAY. 27, liUfi T1IK LKTllBP.inGK DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE The same grateful goodness that urged Col. Otter to praise ADAMS' GUM so highly during the South African'War makes it to- day the favored choice of our boys "somewhere in France." But now our boys have the added ad- vantage of a more con- venient package. Each of thefive sticks wrapped in wax paper and tinfoil. Any of five mellow flavors to choose from- Ybur dealer has Tutti Frutti in the new package. ORIGINATORS j Cincinnati ISt.' I.cniiii I Took Game Apiece I Brooklyn. .Imio even liroal; wlili ]u ul i Iml gimp !1 lo i a nl Made Impressive Debut ;ot an Cleveland, June ne.eb-', oik in i finnoi Ii u K piti'i "I" 1ir i di I ltd lo H'l Hill Hit, sit imil n mult in Ik mil Irl nl arid i 1' iniiiii liiltliu liattlc in i i'iil 1m iU (In pi nilli tint, lilts 2 lo 1 Witli tin- si-ore 6 lo 0 asalUKt lullm nm only live lo rcacn nrbt and livo out in Clio fifth r !KIM mil only two lo reacli lh( KH il liittcl 'l i in I Mitlnu 01 f) I I 'liiA elflit runs. Mar-! Ih M loHuy by Inm.-h-1 IK Siits. The Hcd Hox sont five pitch-' to the mound, but none of them proved cffecLii-w. Kowe and Ku'h were the only pinch hiiters In produce I hitr, the former's ..double sending in j two white Ruth's .single; tul-1' vancad Scott lu ;i .st-oriiiE position. 'Philadflijhir........... 8 14 0; Boston 5 2 i Vvvckofi and Schang; Kostur. Slieu- Orcfe'g, .tones and Carriyan, 1 Vorit, winning the '10 the visitors bum- Brooklyn hdiidicnp, at a mile mid ujtwo Mite off with biii; furlong, in August. Belmont's itmd ileldinp: erroi'K. Friar Rock, by Uockgand-Fniry Gold. Flrut liroko thu Anuoiliict nice track record jRnstoii.............- 5 S lor the distance iinii proved Philadelphia........- 1 ID lie the best thrcti-yeiir-olil t-olL oi' i Ruolhach, Hughes and Gnwdy; thc yuar. Haviai; previously won tlujjny. Uendei-, anil KiP.ifer, Beiuiont. stakes ami tlie clunrfic sub-i Hums, -is the tirst horse of j second lifr to luivo tho credit of wiunins IBosiou.............. f 1" both of the big handicaps. When he r. 7 fi won the auburbiiii four wotiUs tlie I Nehi. Banies anil llelnmnt colt' "diily carried Gowdy; JIayer, McQuillan and but today his impost was nine pounds Burns. more'and his Jockey. liayncK, used (ixci'lkjnt in thu iiandJing ci his mount from .start to finish. Harry Payne Whitney's five-year-j a victory from St. Louis hm-c today, [doubled and scored nu Tovelcskie's lionors ovci; 4 In 4 at i third suri-t-ssiive Iril o' the day. Thomas. An Exciting Gams Coveleskie of Game i St. Louis. June out-; pitched his un-nter team mate. Maniil- ton, and DuToit from Si. Louis; ji, riiitien by Xotter, i second and Slumber II was third with Short s, ah imported horse fourth. Uoamer. the favorite, fil'th, Achicvoment, sixth, Churchill sovemh, a7id Saiulmarch, which pace, last. nade the early tho end of the ninth, and after the 10th j Detroit had passed, leaving both sides run-jst. Louis leas, ilit! locals braced in final t c'ovele.'ikie and half of the IHh and won out. Xeai aiui scverofd. 1 1 j Baker; Hamilton i MOLLA TOO SPEEDY Miss .Bull no'Match for Miss stedt on Tennis Courts 'Bjur- Norfolk, Va., June Miss Holla Rjurstedt, national woman champion added another titlo to her collection- Saturday by defeating Miss Elizabeth Bull, al" Xorfolk, in the challenge round of the Virginia tennis rou'rilaWent. The champion won in straight sets, o, n. cracked a single to left. __._ promptly succeeiled. while Louden Kent a safety into right and came the tally that sent the crowd home. St. LouiH...... 4 S 4 Cincinnati- r. 4 Jasper and Gonzalez; Schufz, Dale and Win go. Kansas City Minneapolis Louisville Indianapolis Columbus Paul Nationals "in tho National Lacrosse Mihvaukee LACROSSE TEAMS TIE ntrcal, June 20. Shamrocks beat THE LATEST BASEBALL AVERAGES RflLUIICLEO St. Andrew's Church Has Gooclj Appeals For Recruits June John II. Alexander, son ot: Soi'Kl. Aloxandcr. !u. N. W. M. P.. and brother !of LaiK-'e-Ooryoral Robcri Alexander. {of thu 191st battalion, was wounded Un actinii on June lith ami is now in a ihoKpltal in Boulogne. France. j Saiutfir Alexander UnincJi. wno was of Hie first to leave1 Macleod at the outbreak of the war. is ryporttid wounded in action. Prr-vious lo en- :lUtiuent be was employed ii: the town iofiice of Maclood. The 191st battalion, Bryan, is nu iht: 1 Major BowiioU. wliu i- wocdixl In fcmnmmi of. the. 15lst liiiitalloii. Is; al j present .visitinj.' Maclyod. I Hcv. Dr. and .Mrs-. Sonnncrville, of vlijflud their (l-anjrhter and iiion-in-huv. Mr. and Mrs. -I. W. Jit- iDcnald, last j J. McDbnak) lett on Saturday jmornlii? for thu Old Country on le'ea! business. The Indies from the Kathwell dis- trict vory sucrcHsfnl ice cream ii-id feiitival on Saturday after- in'oon in aid of tht: Red Cross fund. Unveil Honor Roll 1 The I icslnur in duncli on Sunday COALDALE" Will CELEBRATE DOMINION DA Y On FRIDA Y, June 30th, '16 AM) BKTTEll THAN EVER. A full programme of races, ball games and other sports has been arranged, including several new features. Liberal prizes are offered for all events. Dancing afternoon and evening. Best of orchestra music. Bring friends and family and have a good time. Meals will be served at neon and night by Coaldale Ladies' Aid. ENOUGH EARLY AND STAY LATE. George Ross is Now Full-IT fledged Aeronaut for 350 iniiiiiiGS. anil near the tiiid hail just jtboiit decided that I would u ln 3CRm io }je nhlo 'lartmont Ottawa, June militia decided that for thn instructor and ail at once if cai n I made the landing just right i' overseas forces no Highland will bo' authorized. Units at the ficnl wearing kilts will have to wear trousers when tlieir pres- miiforms are replaced by others. nd tuo bo> Stout ittuidel th VMC V wjr1.0" UK lohn tlir tour e ol hi exhorted Newport News .Mr. Ho B saw the boat and he said he would have given tlic famous boat ciiituicd I) Ins right iim he could have cap the Germans .from the British. She lured that flag. The-other interned was iyint; in the harbor ilierc. boats are. across from New ed. and was living n bis Geiman poit at Noifoll ind are care' rli i oil of Honor i lolin Black and j ho h ut each four I 1 Fame tin. farnon Mo ti allion ninnei vion ti _1 nn Mon rain. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Won 37 n not ics iij tht (ominunitv unveiled by Mis V Me inle oi serving thu Empire, j ola c rendered by. Miss Hocy, Mrs. M. Robb and Miss; t ti hil i duet siven by. Mi FOUD i iu c( oniiicU. U the dose ot tut, emci. Rev. Mr., 1k Into it-iu i M r hi h had been: tat to Mis Mn in tie chaplain j of her son's battalion I There have been live killed from j tins chuith -i follow b V Murray, J. j de C Mil lead I Morrison ami 11. Watson, while one died from pneu-; monia. i Annual Sports j At St. Paul's Mission, Blood P.e-1 sp-ve. on Wednesday, afternoon the. hftn innuil spoils Held and; c enjc-sed to ill iliose who AMERICAN LEAGUE j jm ihp _ _ Cobb and Jackson sained week ,a an glints he had the good foitune to be. present. A.) on Speaker in tlie KICL-for the battins I the 'field all tile way and won'largo crowd attended. Including a handily in imiuleb (number o! Macleod residents and a, _______jnumber the 191st battalion under; I Lieut.-Col. Bryan. j nil- T '1 I Mr Bo wen has gone to rubhc inairrerent in the north of Edmonton, to visit ins son. leadership of the American league. issued yesterday show that Speaker is ahead of' all regulars with an average of .Still to Jackson's .35-1 .597 and Colib's .3 13. .590 j Colil) is no.v ahead in stolen bases 35 31 Union on Saturday by a score of 0 Toledo to 2. before, a great crowd and in per- fect ueathor and tied nn with the j St Paul 2G 29 (M 3.2f.v G 8 .544 .463 ".435 .415 Frenchmen for tile leadership. H was Minneapolis n regular old time-lacrosse battle with TJphani, Nieliaus, Douglas and Hari-y llylaml the, famous hockey jeron; player, the most conspicuous limn on tlie' Held. Tile pace was terrific from the start the end of the first period seeing tile score one each: The Irish led two to one at half time, but pulled Spokane away in tho third, 'leading by five to two and at the to 2. ROUGH LACROSSE AT OTTAWA lentiey and Oiveris. Land., No other games scheduled. But to Tacoma Vancouver Seattle NORTHWESTERN Lost 19 is Won 38 28 Ottawa. ,.1'uno Ottawa was tlie roene of a rough game of lacrosse, on Saturday when the home team beat Cornwall by U to 7. At one .time Cornwall had only seven men on tho field, which gives a good idea of the I 29 :M games yesterday, rein. INTERNATIONAL Buffalo 2; Newark, 0.. Rochester 5; Providence G. Toronto 3: Baltimore 2. with IS. Sneaker leads in total bases With l.i-f. and i? with Graney, Cleveland for the lead in runs scored with Graney's record of four home runs still stands (he best. Vitt. Detroit and Gandil, Cleveland, lead in sacrifice hits with 17 each. 3 The Tigers are ahead in team bat- 1 with The American lea- gue's .300 hitters, counting only those who have played in half or more of their team's games are: Speaker, Cle- veland .360; Jackson, Chicago, .854; Cobb, Detroit, .343; Burns. Detroit, Mailman. Detroit, .80S: Smith, t 1 Cleveland. .305; Staler, St. Louis, .301; Gardner, Boston, .300. 1 eadiiiK pitchers for six or more _ _ __ Earned Uames are as follows: 4H! 'j0r- i Cullop. New Yorl: .....6 Morion, Cleveland ..-10 i H. Covolcslde, Detroit fl NATIONAL LEAGUE Won Lost Kims Trial of Casement (CONTlJf UEUTIli Lasement .pp.... IT IfROKT I'.AGEl fil I LltL il I ffllJS Find the Cods .During iiie testimony of Constable j Rilejvwho assisted in the arrest of j Sir Roger, the prosecution, introduced a paper on which was written the code Sir Roger Caseiiient is said to j have thrown away. This paper was Fernie, June attending n picked up and given to Uiiey. The a body last night at the Corsan mem-; prosiutfon has laid great stress on I oriaV- services at Knqx church A the importance ot mis code, it i tornpaiiy of the-225th battalion march- j contends, was intended for communi-1 ed to the' Orphemn' theatre where a cation with the Hermans. Opposite i meeting was held in the interest ml f series of numbers were sentences I the 225th, aii anneal being made by such as "send cannon and ammuni-; several sneakers. g.tion" and "send more explosives." The j Cant.. Bounell, of the Sixth Base i prosecution attempted to establish hospilal corps opened the meeting, I that., some contract and have 10 be settled with. JACK WALKER DONS KHAKI Jicl who played iet't. wing for tho Toronto professional hockey team, two vinters HRO and last win- winter was with Seattle, in the Pac- ific coast. league, Has enlisted with u bill talion hi hie homo town, Port Ar? thur. steamship carried rifles and I who were in the trenches. ammunition for rebels. I' Serct. Bryant, the. boy wiiose storj The prosecution iaid emphasis on appeared "in the Herald some time maps found in handbags on the beach, i proved a -most' effective sneaker, and Colonel Gordon, map expert, testified i brought Jrniuent .'cheers, especially hey were foreign reproductions cfj from the soldier boys in the audience ritish ordnance inaus. The prosecu- i He appealed lo the ladies oi the town tion rested its case suddenly shortly i to go after the. young men who arc after tlie luncheon recess, and Hie still saying they could count I third garage in Canada is a; Ford sales and service station Service is only important. to; you when you need it it is .very important. Even the of motor cars, so mistimes require at- tention. If you are a Ford owner, a third of Canada's garages assure .you this attention when you need without inconvenience and at a minimum of expsnM. Every one of the five hundred and fifty Ford Dealen in Canada carries'a complete stock of Ford'spare parts and is com potent to make repairs and adjustments when occasion demands, No matter where you go. Ford Service is never out of reach if you drive a Ford. Like the Ford car Service is universal. The Ford Garage drtl bouth Phone 633. attorney-general announced lie bad no statement to make. on his hearty assistance in Ford Runabout Fard T curing 539 Ford Coupelet 730.- Ford Sedan 830 Ford Town Car 780 f. Ford, Ontario Al! cqutppi I! cars completely rJ iutpped, including electric headlights. f Equipment does; not include rmter' them to the colors. I _ j His apt way of putting things made W. .T. I mrie, teller in the Bank of 'him a favorite with the crowd. He] Montreal, Medicine Hat, was killed in i was followed by Sergt. linckson. ot action I Medicine Hat, who. had also taki.i 1 part in the battles around Ypres last I year and who was discharged because of wounds received at the hands' of tlie Huns, for whom he did 'not press any love. These hoys make effective 'men for the recruiting sen ice and are. doing good work. I Cant. Bert Black, an old time I'd inic boy. "ov; with the 103rd which is on waiting orders to go east, also j spoke 'me'lv ind' "ell received Capt Blii-k one of the most pop KIDNEYS What They Cured Ihe remarkable experience ol a Nova "I was once a terrible sufferer with kidney and bladder troubles, and nt limes 1 would lose the use of my legs, and could not go away from home with- out some one with me. I was treated by different doctors for 3 years, and only got temporary relief. My son advised metolnkc Gin Pills, and after taking tlie first 2 or 3 doses I got relief. I coirtiiiu- ed to taLe them until I pot completely, cured I ov e my life to Gii THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE STR EDVUND WALKFR, C VO LL D DCIM( President IOHNA1RD General Manaefir H V F JONLS Gencr.1 V, C. BROWN, Superintendent pi Central Western Branctics it complete rin Pills. r.TN PIIJ.S nil druggist. if requested. riirmlrnl Co. or Port Mnhvay, N-S.1 ,'iflc. n liox or C boxes for Sample .-treatment free ular officers at. Victoria, and is a fiv orite of his men nm> of whom are miners'and, lumberman. Capt Withiow of the >2oth. dered thej-thanka of the battalion to the speakers and the m'nyor for their kindly assistance ,nnd. the meeting closed with tlie national anthem. The of rompaiy will be leaving for Vp non this eight of them having gone this morning ii) advance. The weather is dark and muggy with rain falling at but (he river still keeps falling.. slightly, UAMAL, RESERVE FUND, BANKING BY MAIL 1 Accounts may be opened at every branch of The Canadian Bank of Commerce to be operated by irija'il, and will receive the careful attention as :s given to another depaitments of the business. Money may be deposited or withdiawn in this way satisfactory ai by a peisonaJ visit to the Bank. Uthbridge'Branch ;