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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 30, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Illi: U'MltillflUil: ItMI.V Vl.U MARKETS 1 ii _ in __j I nit. u ,iunm j t'ilt f I' VI I IX I I .1 :i -I I II t 1 I f r I I I 1 i a half minute o{ lit 1111 lime b-jt the minster penalty Urn 3 2 er McMiirray toiiaded the gong to a 33 the stteallon o! Ihe oinclalj an sho'Jle-i to Ion lo return. Grlfflit No 1 C L fi3J Time, 1.051 1'OSi Bho'Jte-1 to Ion lo return. Grifflit Dabb Puise HOD -Cabbed Mc.Murray with his itlck Dotty, Calwir. OanCeW. lit-'both were ioon the centr. of It- 321 ijlsa, Arr.cy, Winnipeg, third, throns of plavera and officials. CELEORATtO KENTUCKY 6TABLE6 DESTROYED UilcRlon, Kj JJ.M: Tbi- fau-.oui for a'JCtloni of by (Ire- t- here jetterday, borsei JlS.tOO, to dfith acd E-JB- lalncd by their In an effort to rescue llns-n Tbe to- A rfcipatch from Meredith, states that Herman Roth, a Canadian, has married cl the breaking up faro-jj bac'relcr cl-jt. The unlaut in the fact that it with the marriage the first cf its rrerrbtrE. 4. tal lou t-lll be a h'rcd 1 Xi. 2 l-'ecd llir'.iy- Xn j Prci! Nn. 1 X. 'A. 0. Julj Soft Time Mile Dash 1'u'rst Wal- 'lir.k. Walla, non; Marcbonct, j Sask., second Sam Hank, j third. Time 43 i l I 1.17J I .Itily Scp'i. Drc Chicago SOJ 921 90 90) 93J S31 321 I Sit Hamlllon, Onl.. JunR ot WINNIPEG LIVESTOCK MARKET Winnipeg. Juac were 47S bfjj o( cnlllc, bbcep and 1S77 hogF.' Tho market uas dull Tor all grades of livrstock and prices easier lor slccro, choice COITB. htlfers anil cnlvcs (jualcd ol1 cents per It'Olbs. less tlmn last There Saturday's rscts: Firel race, 3 rear [olds and up, G Charoi, fu-on The Widow Moon second; Cogs Ibird. Time 35.. Becond 3 year olds and foaled in JYenuK Urania, won; Crjslia Woga, second; Mausolus, third. Time 1.29 3-5. Ibis was going on Grumpy Spring sent the ball Into tbe Vancouver m for a winning goal. The pro- leeted that oa the gro'jnde thai the gong wss soynded before the goal Ecored a spccill league meeUng ii to be to cMilder Ihe protest Van- couver alto claims thai league prstl- jdent Kelllnslon appointed re- feree otter been given the oppointmeut. Vancouver Improving While team remained intact the Vancouver twehe played, better lacrosse Iban Ibey ever have this tea- son. Their passing was cleaner and luclr worX In every department more effective than bas been the in Ihe previous gaat. Afler a rolher loose BASEBALL HOLIDAY EVENING AHRACTION The Leibbrifige ta1! -a-ill pfrlorm loEiwroT. They vill appear 6t Slacltod toniorrow murnlDg, comics tn teixooii to aUcli ti? against War- ner bere In tbe exer.lcg. .LetJibrtdgo ceeda ttese and will be out to gather in both of Item with mlgb: acd mala. Macleod and the local team hare five wlci and four losses apiece and tomorrow will see a break occur one jilace or tbe oth- er. JJaaager Wheeler has a new secoad baaeman to shOTr to the patroDB, and V.'aKace irill prob- ably operate la the box himself. practlcallj- no grstn fed catlle j ,r.He and Third hatidtcap, mllft one von', Just Red second; Ymir, third. Time 1M1 1-5. Fourth race Concaught, selling ,______ _____________nib, for on the msrfcet. and grass led not 3 volr Oida ant] (n a cor.dUton to rwlize lop prices. Rddft second; Woodcraft third. Time Choice steers uere quoted 0 oO to 7.50; choice cons and heifers from COO to f 25. The market for hogs cuntinces weak anri the tendency for IpTTtr figures; choice Vunchea S.50 to 8.73 with heavy cuts oji roughE, and slags COLLAPSED ON THE STREET I .lur.e pros-1 tialed by. the heat. W. H. Field, a well-1 Knovrn crugglst colEapseJ 'CD the street near his'home on Tucsdity af- ternoon. IA paralytic stroke followed, and ho remained uncocpcicus until to- day. Hot vrmther bathing (ooh n toll of one life this morning, ivhfn William years old, was drowncd In the Dor swimming pool. Franfelm uas 'A uon snimmer and ventured Into deep wAtor. gave Ihe Salmon BelHes NOTICES Fifth furlongs, yurse J600 for 2 year old---L-lUle Nephew yon; Silent Pilot, second; Private Petal third. Time Sixth race, six furlongs Vjslblo Simcoe, second; Jesaup Burn third. Tlmq 3-5. Seventh race, mile and an eighth, 3 xear olds, on the won; Clinton Escond; Gerrard third. Time 3-5. Jockey Snydei suspended lot the remainder ol ilic for in- tcifcring Gerard ID tlie last race. the appearance of a stronger in the first quarter, the Vancouver'12 Improved wonderfully and were play- ing grand lacrosie at the Lime of their dlaahlsmeat. Goal summary; First Cartv. Vancouver, 2, G. Spring, Wesfmlniter :15; 3, Turnbull, Second l.alonde, Vancou- ver, 5, Alleiij Vancouver :08; 6. W; .Turnhull, AVestmlntter 7, l.alonde, Vancouver, Third Q. Spring, Weal- minster, 9, G. Spring, Westminster, Total 25 min- utes; Westminster 15 minutes. Tbe teams: ohn son. rlflUh, Ion, Pickering. Priogle, God- roy, Westfl >turrsvy, Nichols, Carter, Blonde, and Alien, New Howard, T. Hennle. G. Hsnnle, II. Glfford, Feenle. W. Turnbull, mute, G. Spring, L. Turnbull, C. Spring. WESTMINSTER LINE-UP The team for Wednes- day night In. their game ivlth St. An- drew'B, at Adims Lackenby; Wortblaglon, Simm, Hugh Mcllvena, Claiton, Martin, Mc- Farland, F. Slmm, Morgan, McWhionle and H. Mclheca. Strip at the church at G30. Do it for Lethbridge SMOKE urvil FERLA" AND "LA DELLA" CtGARsI MADE. Hotels and Montreal, June running oj ten racrs was the of the op piling day of tho second meeting of loc Montreal Driving Club at Dolorl nicr Park, on' Saturday. Tfcs track Improvomenl over MA SUGlAR TOBA :co MILD, SWEET, MELLOW and JUICY Mamifactur'ad by ROCK CITY TOBACCO CO. gT. ANDREW'S F.C. St. Andrew's team for Wednesday's game Miller, Johnson, -Vess, Melndoo, Hutton. Bell, Kennedy, Liirrie, A. Tennant, Rameay and Rollo. Spares: Linking and Earl. MOTHER WIN FOR THE AUSTRALIANS CANADIAN LACROSSE TEAM INVADES STATES AND WON GAME ew York, June play- ers ot Crescent A.C. tost their second game of the season at Hay Wood esterday. Their opponents were the Montreal Amateur Athletic as- and tho final score was G to 4. The first ptrlod ol play ended 4 to 3 In favor of the men from across thfe- border. The Alberta federation of Labor' will mtet at Medicine Hat on July 11. There bo many representatives present from Calgaiy and all other parts ol Alberta The official has been. by Prcsldect J. O. Jor.es and Secretary L. T. English of Calgary, end thero wUt ha much ire- portarit hualneEB to The of- ficial ca.ll rcadi as follows: The Offcial Call the officers and rnemoers ol tral labor bodies, diitrtct boards, trades coiinclls, allied council, United Farmers of Alberta ,and tte local tradoa and labor unJoae of the Prov- ince of Alberta: "Tbe first annual coareution of tht Alberta Federation of Labor will con vene in the City of Medicine Hat ai 10 a m. on the second Friday of Jul> next, and will continue in session til Ibe business' ol the convention completed. Tho com en Lion held Idgt one jear ago, and ivhich formed the Aftcrta Federation of La bor chose Medicine Hat as the pla for the flrst annual convention to held and the labor men of that pro- ire city are aniious that as larg a delegation as possible attend Ih convention jncrde r that numbers ma add force to the Importance of th in hknd. Many Important Changes "The past year bas wltnebsod njaQ and Important changes and n ments lii this province affecUng th interests of the workers. -The Fodera tlon has Ijeen endeavoring to !ts organization and. secure tho affi ation of all In tho province an at the same valcb, the legislativ Interests of the workers before th Provincial legislature. Much has ready bsen accomplished In the wa of new and amended leg'slatlon an much Ftlll to be The opponents of laoor and advance labor measures are by no means i "Q.ch labor ui.Ion shall oe Entitled two eatt-s for ti.e first 100! ember? or and ore delegate each stJdiiioml K'fj mc-inbers or ijority fractior. ihereaf "Ceniral labor district isrds, hulldiDEf tradei co'jnclls. allied tuncils, United Farmers d Alberta, td similar bodies sha.ll entitled p two delegates eich. Delcg-tes om cer.tral bodies le members unlor.Sj aSiliated tbe on, and credsDllala from eut 'all be atu-t'.ed to by the ontcers o( he local unlor.s of which the de'e- to Is a member." CUSTOM DESCENDED FROM TR D1TION OBSERVED BY HIS HOLINESS ON SUNDAY QUALIFIED A6 NAVAL CADETS Ottawa, June week's issue f the Canada Gazette contains the ucceasful candidates in ibe open com- petition examinations (or cadclsliips n tbe Canadian naval asrrice.-held ai iitferent centres throughout the Do- minion Juae With (he top of his head blowo off John manager of farm, ten mites out of the city, iraa found dead in his cellar at 5.30 ttis a'teiT.oon. A farm hard found the ta the cellar, with a gun lylog nearbr. -Accidental discharge of tho weapon vi believed to have caused Stalon's rl'ath. Lonilon, June The bye-elcclioa i Tjelcester made necessary by the resignation or Eliot Crawahar-TCil- liams resulted in tbe election of Gor- don Ewart, Liberal, who polled 10.- St3 votes. A. M, Will shire, the Union- ist candidate, securM voles, and E. R. the SnHal- ist. 2.5SO. Mr. JJwart's majority being 15S4. Tne previous Liberal majority in ibis constituency was Leicester has always been an extremely demo- cratic stroDgholii. A remarkable incident in this con-' teat was a manifesto, pieanmed to have coine from the Labcr Iftai in Parliament, dlEowalas Ha'rtlti, .the SocialtEt candidate. UIQ Monday nicettng. Only two out o! jtliR ten first choices managed to Eel I down in front, making tt almost a com PiCto tsr-cSl tor the Jalsnt. Results: First won; Sanlanoca second; Tempera third. Time, Second Sure fton; Yankee iJidy Eccond; Cas onary [hird. Time, 1.03 <-B. Third race Golden Treasure wen; Cntlyhunk flee- ond; Iloseburg IV. tblrd. 1 302-5. Fou r th i u r! or. Busy Uofly won; Cordova second Mips Jean third Time, 1.W25 Fifth Stromo tvon; Auto Maid second; Earl of Klchraoml third. Time, 117 3-6. Sixth n'oa i Me And revs sec ond; third. Time, 1-03. Saventti tvn Trtcella won; Satin Bofter aoc- ond; Turkey Trot third. T3mo, 1.04. Ninth and -sixteenth PJerrc Dumas won; OlUlo scconoj; llorlron third. Tip, 1 61 1-5. Tenth won: t'go second, Venoscn third. ulailHplila, June Aus- rrlcliet Icani thi1 second natcli willi the All-1'hilailelphla ele- ven at Pa., today by ten In their first innir.gs jfRterday the Philartclphians matlc 115 runs and in i second sixty-sercn. The Austral- inns In their first innings scored 105 runs and today tlicy made 76 runs, the number necessary to win, with the loss of a wicket. The second match between Ihe gentlemen ol Phil- adelphia and the Australians having been completed early, it was decided to play another match this afternoon which, however, was interrupted for two hours ancl a halt. When stumps wecc drawn for the day, Ihe All- Philadelphia team had scored HO runs for eight wickets. FRANK MORAN KNOCKED OUT TIM LOGAN MAOE A WORLD'S RECORD Cardiff, June F. Ap- jiltgfirt, of the Polytechnic Harriers, today made a record by run- ning ISO yards In 11 2-5 seconds al (ho sporfs hfire. Ho also lied the record ot n 3-5 seconds for the 100 yards. Applcgarth ran third In (he final of the 200 metres at the games Winnipeg i Time, 1.03. Heavy Punch to Jaw Settled Argu- Heavyweight Battle New Orleans, Li, June Moran, of Plttsbtrrg, knocked out Tim I-ogan, of Chicago, In the fourth round of a scheduled ten-round fEght here night. Morgan floored noveral times after the opening of tho fourth rcund with hard ilRhts to the Jaw, ani! later put the Chicago nun down for (he count with another stiff to the same place, llolli weighed close lo hundred pounds. FALKENBEaG HAS FADEAWAY Setter Than Mathewcon'c, Says Slug ger Frank Baker "Fred ralkeoterg has 'adoavray tnaa Christy Such la the declaration made b. Frank Baker, of the Athletics, "who knows whereof he speafcs, lor ho hac experience with Matty ia world's aftfiea of ttorowi hU firet bal and the fadeaway with the saae mo- the Athletics' third The batter does not know wha ball It v.11! be until he has bla and Fa Ikenb erg's fadeawa comes up much faster than Mnlty'f und fcr that reason il Is harder t active, and It U most vital to tbe faro of the workers of this provin hat we press forward tho work n hand and also seek now Tiays to trcngthen our position both Industrl- and politically. Among other uallers which require immediate at- enlion aro the following: Workmen's Compensation Act "Whether or not It would not be bet er to repeal tho present act and tllnlo thereof an act baeed on the Act of the State of Vashlnglon, Masters' and ServafiiV Act 'In connection with this net, wo need some amendments that will render easy the means by which wages can be collected they are due. Matters of immigration and the wholesale Importation of laborers Into thg province." Limitation of hours of employment. Laws relating to dangerous mach- inery and employments. Poll taxes nnd municipal'and pro- ccial election laws. Matters of public health and sani- tation'and ventilation ol workshops. Cooperation between the farmers irt wage-earner B. Universal eight-hour law and min- imum wage for Industrial workers, based oa local conditions Laws which affect most vital interests of the workers aro provin- cial enactments aod U is by watching and advancing (he Interests of the workers of this that tho best results can be looked for Concessions which It wc-re almost Im hit. That Is the reason he is going jporalble lo wrest from employers along pifchlng-such good r.f Elrlkffi can bo obtained by the fadeaway of his Is golng'EOod, no hattor in is going lo hit it. Then it niafccs things all the hard- Ugal enactment through the fedora lion, and ctery organized hi-ly o workers in the province sho'ihl lake er he hands you thai one. (an Relive interesl In Ifaia worX. Th It looks as if he going to have a Algeria federation convention is th THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING AND MALTING COMPANY, LIMITED treat season." IproiincUt parliament of labor. After exerciser bottle of "ALBERTA'S PRIDE "Beer. No matter how hard you have played, no matter how tired and hot you may be, a bottle of "Alberta's Pride" wUl prove a certain revivifier of lost energy cooling, thirst-quenching, satisfying, THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING MALTING COMPANY, Limited PHONE 554 ;