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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 10, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, May THE LETHBBTBGE DAILY HERALD BEAUTIFUL SACRED MUSIC in your own home if you.have'a Victor Prices: per week Over 3000 records to select from. Our pleasure to demonstrate'tor you. MASON Rises: PIANO CO. Dominion Block j Phone 791 GET EIGHT PER CENT INCREASE Edmonton, May average in- crease of 8 per cent, in wages is now being paid to the men employed in the telephone department of the pro- vincial government, under the terms of an agreement reached between rep- resentatives of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers and government officials. The new agreement went into effect May 1. The schedule ol" wages adopted fin- ally at a conference in Edmonton, April 28, calls for an increase from to per day of nine hours for exchange linemen from to for exchange foremen, and cablemen from to For foremen in i charge of plants in the cities Al- j berta the minimum is fixed at S11G j per month, the wage paid ranging jfrom that figure to Under the BROKEN-! NERVES (WILL CONDUCT 5? EDMONTON .WON BUM GAME FROM SASKATOON Collins 6 (Duggan 2, Flannigan, Mar-lformer thP minimum was Edmonton, May an indiffer- ent game tonight. Edmonton took an- other from Saskatoon by a sco-re of 7 to 3. Morse was in the box for Sas- katoon and .was wild at critical times, j allowing hits when they were most count needed by Edmonton. Pieh for the Eskimos allowed five hits, but they were well scattered. The game was called after the first of the seventh, a'nd the score reverted to the sixth. In the seventh McCallem hit out a home run with two out and'two on but as he did not touch second bag the side was retired and the game called for darkness. Saskatoon put up a big ncwl and threaten to pro- test. EDMONTON AB R II PO A K Mills, ss......... 4 0 .1 1 0 1 Mackin, 2b........ 4 1 1 3 0 0 4 Burr, cf........... 2 (Jox, rf 2 Brennan, 3b. 2 Baxter, lb. i Sorenson, c. .___. 3 Pieh, p; 3 tin, Chick, passed balls, Dug- Per montn- gan. 2.05. Umpire Morrison.j The new agreement provides over- Attendance 100, time lor troublemen, an inovation in iabor agreements with the govern- ment, and something not done in any 11 j men now receive from to per game was called off on ac-i j r j day for -straight time, and are to be paid extra for overtime, together with necessary expenses incident to their work. They lonrrerlv received NO GAME AT WINNIPEG Winnipeg, May Tain. WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE STANDING Calgary 5 i .533 Edmonton 4 1 .800 Winnipeg.......... 4 2 .663 Moose Jaw 3 3 .400 Brandon 2 4 .333 Saskatoon........... 0 6 .000 SASKATOON7 Slurphy, ss. ?.rcCailem, 2b. 3 Welsh, lb. 3 Trainer, cf. 3 Graigon, '3b. 2 Dekln, If......... 3 Pinney, rf. 2 Carney, c. 2 Horse, p......... 2 5 7 8 IS 6 1 AB R H PO A E GIVEN OVATION People Bet on His Horse But It Was Badly Beaten per month, with no additional al- lowance for. overtime. The lowest wages now paid for lab-' orers on the ground is S2.50 a day. The new schedule went to a referen- dum vote of all Electrical Workers' unions in Alberta for approval. HOPELESS CONDITION CURED BY "FRUIT-A-TIVES" HAVEN, ONT., Aug. jotb, "I -was a complete invalid, three years ago, with Stomach Trouble, Cons tipition and Broken-down Nerves. could not sleep at night and my Doctor did me very little good. I was almost helpless untill I began to take "Fruit-a tivcs" in small doses. I have taken about three dozen boxes in all and Thank God, to-day I ain well and strong to do my own have a baby fifteen months old, and six children in all. I would not be without "Frait-a-tives" in the house, and I can highly recom- mend them to anyone suffering as I did MRS. GUINEY.' Nervousness is not a disease in itself, but is the result of some of the vital organs becoming diseased. In Mrs. Guinej's case, her nervous condition was caused by a very weak stomach and torpid liver.' her the liver cured Constipation. Thcs her serves became well. If your nerves are "all unstrung" take 500. a box, 6lfor or trial size 250. At all dealers or from Fruit-a-tives Limited. Ottawa He Was Up all Night Di- recting Movements of Troops May "George! Berlin, May William went to the Newmarket race ;track! took part in a sham battle yesterday 0 yesterday and received a great ovation! near the historical battle "field of This was the first time His Majesty Gravel Otte, about seven miles from 23 Score by Edmonton ___ 3 5 IS 8 2 ......401 Saskatoon on balls, off Morse, S; wild ;pitch, Morse; 2 base hits, Mac- kin. Dudley; ;3 base hits, Burr, Mills- _' (accession. -double plays, Carney to Murphy, Mc-i Callera to Carney; hit by pitcher, Grai- gon, Brertnan, Baxter. has attended a race meeting since his accession to the throne a little over a year ago. He wore- a light grey suit and yellow gloves, with a white car- nation in the lapel of his coat. The loyal subjects of His 'Majesty .-plunged heavily on the King's two-year-olds, Fintadeau, who was one of the start- ers for the Norfolk two-year-olds plate, and he was made a favorite.- The colt the first one to run .in His Ma- jesty's own name and -colors since his struck Morse 4- bv Pieh 5- !accession- Mu'cli to the -disappoint- Double plays. Carnev rn Wr.-w of those Present was nopeiessly ibeaten CALGARY SUCCUMB'ED TO THE MOOSE JAW BRIGADE Calgary, May Bronchos'-re- ceived their "bumps for the first tim- last night. Moose Jaw did it by a score of 7 to' 6. H was a terrible game from start to finish, if the light had held out for GRANDMOTHERS SEE WEDDING All Four Precede Bride and Groom to the Ts Nephew, of Congressman Chicago, May unusual wed- ding feature was presented at the Ho- tel Sherman last night, when the four grandmothers of the bride and groom preceded Miss Theresa E-hrman, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Ehrman, 3825 another spasm we would have -otten and Mrs' Ma: the Jaws, -but the umpire .gar's -I West Monroe rather the better of the encounter by opening- up the eighth round, for it dark and desperate by that time. But it would have been a reflection fcpon baseball traditions, and entirely too-much of a strain upon the goddess of fortune to have thought of winning tfte encounter after all the previous doing's. Tihe score: MOOSE Ovelly, cf ....___. 4 Dickinson, rf 3 iFournier, c 4 It.......... 3 .Beck, 2b......... 4 iBliss, lb 4 Harper, ss 3 Fitzgerald, 3b..... 4 Collins, p 4 AB R H PO A E Sa- bath, 1314 South Ashland avenue, nephew of -Congressman Randolph j. Sabath, to an improvised altar in the crystal room of the hotel. They were Metz, where the Germans defeated the French on August 19, IS70. The Kaiser principally directed the positions or the troops. He remained in the saddle all night and did not ieave the field until 6.30 o'clock this! morning alter he had ordered a terri- fic artillery engagement, which set- tled the fight. Over 100 searchlights brilliantly illuminated the field and the countryside for miles around dur- ing the engagement. PICKPOCKETS ARE BUSY ON MONTREAL STREETS married 'by Rabbi Morris Engerleider. same pocket. Montreal, May are still .busy in the city and although com- plaints entered in the "Squeal at police headquarters are never made public for fear of alarming the citizens or frightening the Igiht fingered gen- try, it is seldom a day goes by but two or three complaints are not made made to the police. Deputy Sheriff Durand was relieved of in bills while going to his home in 'a street car yesterday. 'Alien the pick- pockets took the roll of from the deputy sheriff they overlooked an- other roll of that was in the Totals'.......... 3; 24 11 3 AB R H PO A B cf___.___ 0 1 O'Brien, ss........ 3 1 0 -Wilson, If 3 1 1 2b 4 0 1 iPIannlgan, rf 422 -Morgan, lb 4 i aiartin. 3b ___-..'.. 4 0 0 c........ .1 0 0 Manning, p 3 i i 0 0 Totals 31 6 9 24 12 10 iivjoose Jaw Calgary hit, Bliss; 3- hit, Bliss; sacrifice hits. Harper. Dickinson--stolen-bases, Dickinson 2, 'Fournter 2, Flanmgan; ftases on balls, ou Manning j.. off Collins 5; left on (bases, Moose Jaw 4, Calgary struck out, by.-Manning-7 (Fournier 2 a. Harper, Collins, by] fis Tbe Herald's 1911 Publicity N umber Here is what Tom Richardson said about it-- "It is a splendid number and a credit to the city. It is well got up and printed. The information in it is valuable. It will do lots of good." This special number will be out on SATURDAY, MAY 13th Single copies 25c. Orders of half a dozen or more ai a. reduced rale DOUBLE WEBBING As Result of Charge Laid Against 1 wo Men in the Police Court H. Frith and E. Coppeas, two for- eigners, with- a couple of girls of a similar nationality, were up before the magistrate- in police court this morning, having been apprehended in rather, peculiar circumstances last a vacant house in the west of the city. The men were charged with seduction under promise of mar- riage under the age of 2-1. Rather than have the matter go any further, the chief advised the young men to make right.their mistake- as soon as possible. This they promised to do, so a double wedding is expected to take place in the near future. Sing Song, a Chink -with a bad face and a pair ef ran foul" of the police last night and caught in hiding in one of the Chin- ese'; 'restaurants last- night. The man -with .the rag-time name appeared this morning- on a charge of procuring prostitution, the conspiring party be- ing; one of his white waitresses. On the'request of Chief Giilespie the case was remanded till tomorrow morning to allow a further investigation, and Slant Eyes was let out on bail, Charley Loo going his, bond. John a C-P.R. freight checker, appeared on information laid bv Custom's Officer Burnett on the charge of getting access to a bonded car .without authority. The car in question contained liquor for the Hud son's Bay Co. The evidence showed that the car was opened in mistake, hut this was taken to be no excuse the magistrate, so Alexander was fined the minimum and costs. Popular and Enterprising Edmonton Newspaper Man Going There Edmonton, May farewell ban- quet was given on Saturday evening at the Yale Hotel in honor of Colin has left the Capital s'sfi to take charge of the Free Press, a weekly published at Taber. About forty newspaper men from nil ihe pacers in the city sat down at 8.30 in the Yale dining room. Mr. G-co. B. Fraser of the Albecta, presided as toastmaster in his usual inimitable style, and speeches of a very high order were given by the friends and former fellow-workers OL Mr. GrofL All were unanimous in their praise of--the very high order the work he had performed on the several newspapers of the city. Hon. Duncan Marshall gave a short ac- :ount of his experience in newspaper work and pointing out the great field of the weekly newspaper such as that to which Mr. GroS was going. Mr. Marshall concluded his remarks with a very kindly appreciation of the work of Mr. Groff in connection with legislature and wishing him Godspeed his new work. Mr. Groff entered the service of the ulletin five years ago and since then las also been connected with the Journal and the Capital, on both of which papers he has met with great success in-his work. He will mmediately assume his new -iities as ditor of the Weekly Free Press, earing; for the south in company vit-h his father, who will spend sev- ral weeks in getting the work of the Free Press in hand. W, B. SHERMAN, G H T Balance of Week and Saturday Matinee The Beautiful Operatic Spectacle THE QUEEN OF ALL OPERAS Merry Dances, Sparkling Music, Gorgeous Costumes, 'Beautiful Scenery, Dazzling Light Effects. A GUARANTEED ATTRACTION Prices 25c, Adults 75c Curtain 8.15 Skarp. -V WARREN ACQUITTED Toronto, -May charge against J- J- Warren of receiving Farmers' Bank notes in pledge was dismissed by Judge Denton this morning. GOSSIP FROM CLARESHOLM Claresholm, May heavy louds hung around the foothills all ay but save some rain put in the rout Creek direction none fell. Still is much cooler and rain should lake its appearance soon. Sylfist. Glade had a run-away g-at- rday night when taking lumber to is place. The team ran some dis- ance and got caught in a wire fence, j Ir. Galde fell o.ut and the hind wheels ent over Iris leg severely cutting the I same and he had to have it stitched. He had a ''narrow escape from fur- ther injury. The Claresholm: Board of Trade are incorporating so as to include in their sphere of action the whole of the Claresholm electoral district. The prosecutions against certain parties for hiring automobiles without a license were decided by Justice Mof- fat fining each party the costs of the court, S2.00, and ordering them to take out a license if they iniendwl to continue the practice. The school baseball journey to Nan- ton on Friday (Arbor Da.) to play the Nanton school. Picture Machine Exploded Being B. C. MAN WINS HIGHEST HONOR Gnelph. May H. Hopkins, o: British Columbia, wor the governor general's silver medal, the highest honor given at the Ontario college here. Results the examinations were announced this morning. TELEGHAPHiC SR5EFS i Mrs. Darling, a widow, who was to [be married again next week, commit- ted suicide by taking" carbolic After examining fifty-seven witness- es the state rested its -case in the JUeitz trial. .Chancellor A. C. -McKay, of McMas- ter University, has selected as principal of the new Technical school in Toronto. J. E. Hodgson, formerly a High s-caool inspector in Ontario, died at To-i ronto. He had been -Drincipa} of St. Mary's High school and Brantford Col- legiate Institute. Due to Dr. C. K. Clarke's ment as superintendent of General hospital. Dr. J. H. j superintendent of BrcckvUIe asylum, i becomes superintendent of the Toron- jto hospital for the insane. Dr. Mitch- Operator Narrowly Escaped Blinded taking flashlight pictures in .he Simpson House, Lindsay, W. B. of 48 Humbert Street, To- ronton, and.' formerly -chef at the Ben- on House, Lindsay, had his face .and Lead badly burned by a machine es- iloding. He was taken to Ross Hospi- al and received treatment, but it re- mained for to heal the ter- rible burns. Speaking of the affair, Mr.McIntosh says: "At the hospital I was kept masked night and day for five days. At the end of that time the burns were still very bad and the doctors would not hear of my returning to work. I knew if only I could get some Zam-Buk for the burns I would be back at work in quick time. "At last I left the hospital and went straight to a local store and bought some Zam-3uk. At the hotel I applied a dressing, and this cooled the burning pains and gave me quick relief. I kept on with the Zam-Buk treatment and returned to work. With- in just one week after first commenc- ing with the Zam-Buk treatment the burns were completely healed and I might have defied anybody to detect j where they had been." i Upon hearing of the above facts the i Zara-Buk Co. communicated with Mr.' A. Gillies, the proprietor of the "Lind- say and asked corroboration. Mr. Gillies replied that the facts were as stated and enclosed a report from the newspaper which chronicled the occurrence. There is no doubt that for burns, scalds, cute, scratches and abrasions, however serious. Zam-Euk is the finest known remedy. It is also a sure cure lor eczema, piles, ulcers, abscesses, appoint- scalp children's rashes, and Toronto i eruptions, POTS feet, chafings, insect Forster. stings, inflamed wounds, festering and skin diseases generally. Zam-Buk Soap should be .used in conjunction with the b-aJm for washing wounds and jell, assistant superintendent at. places. A-i druggists and stores! jiiton. succeeds him at Brockville. and j sell Zam-3uk, SOc box and Zam-Buk !Dr. of London, goes to Soap a' 25c per tablet, or post free .Hamilton. jjroia. Zam-Buk Co., Toronto, for price. And tee Cream Parlor Round Street Our Delicious Ice Cream The best in this town Wholesale andRetai We Also Carry All Kinds of Fruits and Candies Phone 1078 r Give us a trial, and if you like it tell your friends and if you don't like it tell us Two hundred and. fifty houses are i William Guppy, of Winnipeg-, was mder water at Fairbanks, Alaska, injured by being struck'by 9 -ause of an ice jam on the Tanana -piece of wood from, a woodworking River The Prairie Agencies Limited Successors To THE OFFICE APPLIANCE CO. 110 FIFTH STKEET SOUTH Near Hudson's Bay Store Office Equipment and Filing Devices in Steel and Wood, Typewriter and Typewriter Sup- plies and Office Specialties. Phone 0. Box 122. We respectfully solicit correspondence from out of town points. All inquiries, promptly answered. Thanks, call again ;