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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 5, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TUav Z: '1011 AAMMIJT r vy THE HEKAL.U WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE GAMES Calgary, Edmonton and Brandon the Winners Yesterday May took the .game of the series with the Winnipeg Maroons tonight .by the score of 5 to 3. Clever pitching by Thelan. the Angels' fllnger, proved the undoing of the Peggers, as only hit was mtde off hie delivery. Lett, the Maroon, heaver, was not hit hard i but was somewhat wild and touched .up times: Vandine, who Joined the Maroons today, brought ii tnelr only runs is the sixth when he Page 7 Two and m Half on Operating Table In QIN PILLS MASSED IT P. Q. August last, I -went to Mon- treal to consult a specialist as I had been suffering terribly -with Stone in the Bidder. 'I.' 1 He decided to' operate bat tiie stone was tap Urge to remove too hard to crush. I returned home and was recommended by a friend to trr GIN PILLS. They relieved the pain. I took two boxes and went back to the specialist He said the stone was smaller but he could not remove it although he tried for two hours and a I returned home andcontinued to take GIN PILLS, and to my great surprise and joy, I. passed the stone. GIN PILLS are the best medicine in the world and because they did me so much good, I will recommend them all J. ALBERT LSSSARD. 500 a for all dealera, and money back., iT they fail to give relief. Sample box free. .National Drug Dept A.D.. Toronto. ANGRY ALASKANS THROW Exasperated at Delay of President Taft--A "Coal Party "-Leading Citizens in lob Use Shovels-Finally Desist at Order of ILS; Officer O'Brien, ss H 3 fence. 6ut a three-base The -sco re: Jilt to the Taylor.-of 2 Dono.yan-, If .-____. M Sullfvatt; 3 3 Ib 3 Freer, rf 3 Lutgen, c' 3 Cleckner, ss...... 3 AB R H 0 "3101 0 1 0 1 0 4 2. 0 0 Vilson, If......... 4 Chandler, 2b...... 3 Flanagan, rf ;M organ, ifo- 5 Martin, Sb........ 4 Stanley, c 3 c l 4 Duggan, c Manning, p O 0 2 0 1 0 1 1 b 3 12 0 1 0 10 1 2 0 0 Cordova, Alaska, May ex- citement -caused by the government's to hurry the action in t'ift ka cvR1 land cases, roachej here yeaterday wnen 300 businessmen and citizens formed a mob and anned themselves with shovels, march- ed to the ocean dock of the Alaska Steamship Co., where they proceeded to throw several uuiielred tons of Bri- Alaska Steamship Co. and Copper Riv- er Railroad in his office on the dock ana was taken by complete sur-j prise xvben the mob swooped down on1 the property.' He demanded that the! shovelling cease but the crowds only answered "Give us Alaska Barry i armed but his friend? persuaded' him not to fire. Workmen of the! raihvay shops were sent for and arriv-! Supt. Van Cleave, the same! tish Columbia coal into the bay. -In- [time as' Chief of Police Dooley put mi I censed at the thought of no reply to Jan appearance. Dooiey ordered OJthe many .appeals cabled to President .ni-ob to: disperse, but: President Adams 3 1 0 0 3 1 Taft to urge an early action looking to the of Alaska coal .fields, citizens of Corel act and j Alaska coal." 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 of the Chamber of Ccmmercc shouted "Shovel away, boys. want oniv; The demand was then! and thus express the serious crisis !made in the name of i.he United States! that has been reached coal situation. in the Alaska to'disband or suffer the result for riot- ing. The demand was heeded, the For several Says sentiment in 'fa- j merchants returning to rbeir places of j 0 vor of some public outburst has. been i business and other citizens about! quietly growing. When yesterday's occupations. It is be-! Total.......... 33 Calgary 1 0 THE DEACON WON 0 12 11 27 9 2 3 ed to bring news of President Taft jthe: theatres are being used to make! SECOND GAME having acknowledged the receipt, of j another demonstration en the arrival j appeals from-Alaska, the hi-j of'the Steadier Edith, which is bring- creased and a call to arms which in'ing in a cargo of Canadian coal. May- this instance means, a call to shovels or -Lathrop lias appealed to Governor was sounded. Walter Clarke of Washington for who .participated in assistance. If the local situation re- the "coal party" were A. J. unchanged it is thought G-ov- Clothes SAPPHIRE BLUE Serge or Cheviot- used for all navy unchangeable. Styles for Spring are varied, 2 and 3 Button Sack Goats being equally! popular. Price range to Single or double breasted. Model 60 as here shown appeals to the smartly dressed young fits with a ladling fitness. PUZZLE: FIND A WEAK POINT. THE BENTLEY CO., IJMITED LETHBR1DGE AGENCY PROPRIETORS Edmonton, .May. de- president of the Chamber of Coin-1ernor Clarke Tvill ask thac troops be j elder than a political and civil exe- Totals Alc'Grstw, if Letcher, cf ____ Try, '2b .Hallstt, as Kosstkrh; c :Thelan, j> 3 R 2 0 1 0 0 1 0 -0 1.18 3 sent from Fort Liscomb. The United T-Iis r States cruiser Buffalo will soon, come ic to repair the government wireless! 1'eated'Moose Jaw of 9 to'merce> ex-Maj-or W. H. Chase and j3. A -wi'4 heave "'by', WQOjCouacilmen James Flynn and', Charles caught .for Moose Jaw, helped the Es- jRoss- Tfle time selected for the move1 kimos but at'that'ttie. local opportune for the linked i station aoid an effort will be made to; the altruistic administration knocked two Robin Hood pitchers Outistates deputy Marshall S. M. Bright-1 harsher land- a guard. I or tius community chief each fanrily the ,bor and done the w'ell was three miles away; U. Yesterday's action -is the culmination iis given a portion, of land, the allot- same to a fcbird if tie .'game''had not 0. J. Tucker could not beiof an-indignation meeting in Cordova i ment being made according to tie called-on account of The score; I EDMONTON- OjMills, SIR oplackin, 2b OjDudley, If cf darkness, Chief of Police George Dooley could not be reached until sev- and-in-surrounding towns. A telephone! sum of money donated or the size of message received from Kattla says j the family. But these allotments are ABR.H 0 tons of coal had been disposed of Giffprd Pmchcct; was burned -in effi-J practical equal in size and import- and the "party; was m full swing, gy there last-mgttt; by a mob ol angry i ,2 -3 0 Totals _ eg Brandon 4 31 7 ib'-. c .-CA-L-UARV-iWALKED ALL OVER SASKATOON Pieh, p- Totals AB .2 2 0 1 2 1 2 :r I 4 1 0' o 1- 0 MO05E Calgary, May .BronchosSharper, ss 2 'started the-trouble in the first rf j cf of the second game with i tiuriej, 1 o 3 grants and, before the agony was 2b 3 R.-H' 0-0 the score stood 12 to 3 in 'favor of the talent. Five runs were made in .tiie initial; inning, which was more 2 18 0 "1, i. o Richard K. Barry, general agent of the I citizens. DOITKHOBORS ARE TREKING SOUTH ancc 'throughout, so that social and political equality Js. preserved. tue of age, experience or Doukhobor-colonies are almost ideal and he occupies a position the matter .of m.orais. Such small the pavers and lesponsibility of V; offences as are committed by inhabi- mayor and judge His how- j'tants are wiselv .dealt the the extremelv i ever, is more 1 kr oi a presiding chief j rare cases of felony are handed over jto the county or federal authorities 'for trial or punishment.- -Strange as [it may seem, there is no record of lease of marital, infidelity among the i Doukhobors, so great is-.their regard the sex proprieties. i There is no clergvmart or establish- jed church in these de- jspite the deep seriousness -with j religion is regarded. i Praver meetings are various family houses, each presided over by the head of the. family.. Schools arc provided for each ..col- ony and regular hours are devoted by the younger inhabitants to simple and needful studies in. -rudimentary educational branches. 8AJL FOR, The Heruld. informed just as it went to press that Magistrate Ball had no 'jurli- diction in gKmting fctdi to James and now in tie ceils awaiting tlie de- ciston of Scott whether bail or not. The decision -will act be given out till five o'clock: I The sterilization of water toilet rays from mercury vapor jhas reached the iadusirial stage-in. j France. _ 1-. Beck, Dunn, 3b If and p enough to -win the" contest. The t game all the way through was loosely j Niversen, p l i playea and' was a very distant relative Davidson, If 0 0 -to the opening About 900 fans ,0 .2 "I'.'l O.'O p.-o 0 1 Will Fcimid -Agricultural Community in South- ern California j San Diego, Cal., April 29 move iment is on foot to- estabiisn in tne south-west a vast thft-conUict. score: SASKATOON 'Murphy', UlcCallen; 2b 4 .rf 5 cf 0 Deacon, cf -t 2 4 ,ib "'McAllister, If 3b e Pinney, p p AB R H 0 311 2" 1 0 0 0 4 0 4, 0 2 0 2 1 0 .0 2 11 0 0 2 0.0 0 A E 0 "3 3 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 3 Totals 22 3 9 2 out'for failing to touch sec- ond base. n j auuLu-tvuav vcLau coniTTiunistic agri- Q! cultural community composed of Rus- 0Jsian Doukhobors. Paul Cherbak, head oi'Of the Russian interests in Ojnia, is negotiating for j of acres of land the purchase near Santa i Barbara for this purpose. Cherbak' expects fully j these religious exiles to Edmonton i colony, coming from Mexico, Moose Jaw their homes in Russia. or join the Canada WESTERN CANADA -0 0 -0 0' Won 11 Calgary ___........ j already a considerable Doukhobors in Mexico, Totals v......... 30 3 S 24 8 6 Brandon i Edmonton l Moose Jaw l Winnipeg........... l Saskatoon......___ 0 .Lost '0 1 1 P. C. 1.000 -500 .500 this city, and they colony just south become; part of the community. Inability to obtain the sort of ag- riculturaf implements thev want in -Mexico without paying toe high duty "land the poor prices obtained for their 1 The Most, At The Price We make no supernatural claims for "PROGRESS BRAND" CLOTHING. We have never said that "Progress Brand" Clothing is the "finest ia the We have never stated that a "PROGRESS "was better than any custom tailor could make for But what we do guarantee is that -PROGRESS BRANDS the in Canada at the Price. Just compare a Brand" Suit, with any .other suit retailed at the same price, and you will see why more and more men are adopting the sensible, money-saving plan of wearing- BRAND" Suits and Overcoats. The spring styles are unusually handsome. 02 MADE AND CUAJIANTEEB KY H. VINEBERG A LIMITED, MONTREAL SOI.B WITH A GUARANTEE BY McKELVIE McGUIJRE LETHBKIBGE products are the chief reasons for the i Doukhobors leaving this country.- They have religions freedom there and have been well treated bv the govern- ment in the matter of land grants. From Canada Too Those in Canada are preparing to leave because of clinratic reasons'. Too much of the year is lost when the ground .is covered with ..snow.: (From Russia they come to i ligious restraints. They are hardworking. abidT ing people and make good citizens: so jlong as T.heir religion is not interfer- ;ed with. There, are now almost- five thousand families of them in sgeies. they have a community i fund, of tvhich is to be used I in the. purchase of ranch lands for. tha new venture. i. When it is understood that. the, j Doukhobors are ail laborers wjio j earn their bread by the sweat or their brow the size of this fund, which i means about of savings for each family, becomes more important.; It 'has been saved by the "men. who jwork chiefly in the lumber yarcis at Ian extremely low and by "the women, many oi whom are cir.ployed in laundries. Patriarchal System Their com muni lies arc go ve rued by the patriarchal system, slightly ex- tended, and Miis will prevail in the agricultural community TO be in the Southwest. The oldest; of each family is of that is the treasurer, cbiet ami counsellor, and his word is the family law. From among these, pjitriarch? is selected a head. Gener- ally he is deemed the wisest by vie- ;