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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta -V. THURSDAY, MAY 11, UHli THE ujTrujmnr.ii DAILY IIKHALD PAGE THREE SPEAKER PLAYS GREAT GAME AMERICAN Brooklyn Uoston Chicago St. Louis (Cincinnati Philadelphia Plttsburg New York FOR SALE BY THE LETHBRIDGE CYCLE CO. 110 5th St. S. Cossack Wrestler Who Is Slated to Meet Jack Taylor Friday Night Spokane, May If you should, in a hike nearby woods, run ac-ross a small party of men cutting up antics in the garb of the first man, you need not send In a liurryup call for the police. It Is not the Holy Hullere. It is only Ivan Jlichallolf, the Giant Russian Cossack and his brother and a tow friends Cram the mother land of tho Czar training for Jlichailoff's hout with Jack Taylor at the Auditorium theatre Friday night. "I told Michailoff a few days ago mavhu I could get him in at the Y. M. C. A. or S. A. A. C, to says Pro- moter Berg, "but ho said: no, no, no! My bruder here-, vo go out in- woods, lake off our clothes and wr-r-restle on the Berg says that Miclmiloft greeted here on his arrival from San Francisco a brother he had not seen for nearly 20 years, and who is now working as u lumberman In Missoula. Russian friends, who saw his name in the pa- pers, showed up, and Miclmiloft does not know lack for training partners. The sons of tho Czar rally together in times of peace no less than war. Taylor is In good shape for the mill and his Spokane backers will go to estentn betting onilm. Giants Coming Along i I'ittsburg, May York .won Ihe second game of the series ?rom IPittsburg hero today 7 to 1, mailing three of their runs In the first Inning on a single, double, two triples and two successive Hies. Anderson held the I'irates to three hits, white- his team mates hammered the local pitch- i era for 13 safeties. I New York 1 13 1 [Pittsimrg............. 1 3 3 Anderson and Rarlden; Adams, Coo- per, Jacobs and Schmidt. Maiie Fourteen HltSj Cincinnati, May shut out :viay uuui luni, Cincinnati hero today, Crooklyn wlnn- played poor baseball here today, Olli- Ing Hie lirst game of tho. series, 4 tojcago winning their second straight I) Sclmlz was hit hard, .was. wild and game from the .Yanks by a score ot was replaced by Dale In the ninth. 5 to 2. Keating pitched fair ball for Brooklyn made fourteen hits. I the Yankees, but was poorly support- Brooklyn 4 1-T '''ournler's batting featured. He Cincinnati............ 0 i> 2'hit a home run and singles, and Speaker in Limelight Boston, May defeated tin; world's champions today G to 2, oiithattiiiE and outplaying Boston. Speaker and Morton were chiefly in- strumental In securing tills result. The former had one of his best days, scor- ing three runs anil covering a wido range ot territory for live putouts. Cleveland............ 6 10 1 Boston.............. 2 G 3 Morton and O'Neill; Ruth and Tho- mas, Cady. Fonrnier Walloped Ball New York, May York HOW dp your shirts treat yen they com'.1 back from the wash? Do the neckbands pinch, or do they reifisin as comfortable as before? This is a test that few neckbands meet. Red Label" shirts can, because the neck- band materials are thoroughly shrunk the bands arc cut. Look for the Red Label." SHIRTS The Williams, Greene Home Co., Limited tinkers of Fine Collar, Hog Industry Grows Barons Pastor Is Invllea-Fer Another Term Pfeffer and McCarty, Mllpr; Scluilz, 6ale and Olarke, WIngo. Home Run Wins Game Chicago, May home run In the ninth Inning turned victory to Boston today alter the Braves and Cubs had fought eight aee-saw Innings. The score was 11 to 10. Boston...............11 14 scored two runs. Chicago......... New York......... Russell and Sclialk; Alexander. ..a 8 1 ...2 a 2 Keating and Barons, .May Barons Tli? an excellent record for grain, the dist- rict also produces a considerable amount of stock. Each month on the average, hogs to the value of i are shipped out. This amount is not as largo as a couple of years 1 ago, due to the fact, that 1911 -being a lean year many of the farmer, were compelled to sell oil much of their stock. They are rapidly recovering it, however, and in a short time the amount of wish distributed for stock i will be much larger than is now. I At Ihe monthly meeting of the co.un- ell of the municipality, of Little Bow jheld at Barons oa Monday the sacre- tarv was instructed to purchase three i Rte'el road drags to be used in road making during the summer. David Mulligan was appointed weed inspec- tor for division. No. .2. The appoint- ments in the other divisions were left with the respective councillors of those divisions. The- salary for weed inspector was fixed at per ilny for the actual time spent at work. i Accounts to the amount of I were approved and ordered paid. I Ask to Stay AL fourth meeting of the qnar- lemed the l between the Old Metllollst Timers and High School baseball: Tucs unanimoua teams on the Mounted Police nature Wended to Rev. G. G. Easy for Detroit 1PWYIME Baseball Match Featured Good Score A pitchers' duel between K. V. Stewart and George McKiilop cjharac last night. The score ended m a to Philadelphia. May Detroit again _ had an easy time 111 defeating Phila- Dunsworth. the brilliant initial sack 5 tie after six Innln. strenuous play. The pitchers were in fine form, and safe lilts were mighty few. Le Chicago 10 delpliia today, tho score being 9 to 3 The home team failed to take advall- Ne'hf, Il'iiglios and JSowdr; Vaughn, i tagc of Boehler's wiidness, only one ieaton and Archer. player, Struuk. who got two triple.- and a double, doing any hitting. Detroit Philadelphia Cardinals In First Division St. Louis, May hitting by St. Louis combined with, indifferent fielding by the Philadelphia team gave Schang. St. Louis today's game 9 to 4> and put 1J 1 3 5 r, Boehler and Stauage; Sheehan and them in the first division. Killifer; Doak, Meadows nnd Snyder. INTERNATIONAL guardian for tho High School, made TROUBLE Toronto, -May Defaulting box- who were entered ,at the recent .Canadian championships, and who have failed to: present an explanation t.nt their non-appearance, as well as -jthe one- who drew Champion Brossean. as his' opponent and then backed out, appear to have laic! up some trouble for themselves. They have reported to the registration commit- tee of the amateur athletic union for suspens on The list includes local Montreal Buffalo and the Holland entries The A lr boxing committee have sent sets of boxing gloves to the 180th Sprotsmen's battalion and to France. A Close Contest ____ Washington. May Louis was j Philadelphia........... 4 6-5 shut out by Washington today 1 to O.I St. Louis............. 9 14 1 in a pitcher's buttle between Plank-1 Demaree, Rixey and Burns, Boehling. Washington's one run j came in the sixth when Milan was passed, took second on an inlield out-j and scored on Shanks' single to left, j St. Louis 1....... J i Washington............ 1 3 2 j Plank aud Hartley; Boohling and 1 11 2 altlmore............ "9 1 Ritter and Haley; Sherman and Me- Avoy. Toronto 1 7 2 lichmond 3 S .Manning and Kelly; Jarfflim aud i Reynolds. Only two games scheduled. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Holumbus 3 3 9 11 15 11 KING HAS T-WO ENTERED The latest- English Racing Calen- dar brings the list of entries for the New Derby ajid'Oaks which, as last be run at the first of tho extra meetings market Tho king lias'entered Spey Royal and Sir Dighto i m the Derby while among the best of last year's juveniles whose names, appear in. the list are Sliver Star. Canyon, Clarissinius, Atheling Figaro Argos All Bey and Pifmella i The Derbj will be run on Tuesday May 30 and the Oaks two days later. The entries for the Oaks include King Georges White Peail and Mr Keene s Puss m Boots the latter tl e only American nomination in elt1 e event ___________ Kansas City Blodgett, Bruck and Pratt; Reagaii .J. ind Berry Toledo Milwaukee Bailey and Sweeney -ind Mayer. Indianapolis........... 8 14 1 Minneapolis IS 13 4 Rogge, Willis, Dawson and- Gossott, Burk; Tingling aud Owens, Tyree. Louisville St, Paul Perdue, Jllddleton, onge; Finneran, Benton, Upham apj Great Fall Vancouver ,r You who have en- joyed the grateful goodness of ADAMS' TUTTIFRBHI GUM for years will value the new, convenient form in which it now comes to you Five good-size sticks of stored up flavor held prisoner for you m wax-paper and tinfoil. The outer wrapper is a valuable tmiport. worth sjymg for Regimental or .College Your dealer has TulEti Frutti any of five mellow flavors. ORIGINATORS 0 3 White, Clark and Kaworth; Aeosta and Cheek, Folman. Taccma 7 2 Seattle Bonner' and Batholmy and Cadman, Butle-Spokaiie; snow. SUNDAY SCHOOL ATHLETIC LEAGUE i Pybus to remain as pastor for a fourth of eien and Thu ma to decision of conference. Finances i were found to be in a satlsfaetory condition, the amount of monies raised for aU purposes during the year amounting to over On Tuesday. the young son of N. P. and Mrs. Hasmussen fell from the landing of the stairway ;of the big hall: and sustained a dis- location of the wrist. Mr. C. W. Hansen Is confined to his home suffering from a lame knee, i Messrs. .Murray and Cooper, geu- j era] merchants, have built a com- modious extension to their warehouse. Geo. M'cKillop's Had the Old Timers Guessing The annual meeting of the Sunday School Athletic League will be held in the Y. M. C. A. Auditorium tomorrow night at eight o'clock, when each Sun- day school seeking membership should be at least represented by one delegate. The public Is invited to this Cardston, May of the most delightful socials which has ever been held in Cardston waa given Monday evening by- the Ladles' Aid of the Presbyterian church. The church itself 1 was transposed into a parlor with lace (curtains draping the windows, small tables scattered around, and decora IHIJle.-i al.-ilt.ttn cu aivutiu, in.u vjthe tit-bit hit.of the game, in Ine last i of Keith horn of act he -nv-uteil fie pill on the had charge ot the games and-pro nose foi a circuit dash, chasing in m ,3 to De The runner ahead and putting-the High p entitlecl "Songs" 'was won l School a run to the good ovei tile old of Mrs Gagnc AUTOMOBILE SERVICE STATION _ I am. now prepared to give Automobile Owners the very best service possible, and liy, the very best workmen obtainable.- My repair shop is now equipped with all the necessary machinery to give prompt and efficient service. Tires or tubes vulcanized in the shortest possible time and all our work is guaranteed. Accessories and Tires A. full line of accessories and tires at lowest markefc prices. Tour choice of Fire- stone. Goodyear or Dimlop special tires. We have also in connection a department for repairing and charging storage batteries. Your battery examined and replenished .with distilled water free, _ For your further convenience I have in- stalled a gasoline pump on the curb, which saves you backing in or out ei' a garage -with possible damage to your own or other cars. Also in connection with this pump is free air for your tires and. water for your radiator, which owners of all cars -aw, .welcome to. use at all times. Our prices on GASOLINE and OILS will' always be the lowest retail m-aiket price, VOoBS FOB-SERVICE. STUDEBAKER GARAGE 322 6TH ST. S. J. T. GRAHAM, PROP. OFFICE PHONE 1822. RESlDCNCE PHONE Allow Bilingual Debate (CONTINUED FBOM PKOST FAOE) majesty's subjects of French origin in that province who had been deprived of their rights in regard to .education which they enjoyed since Ontario be- came a possession of the British par- liament. Sir Wilfrid referred to the petitions for disallowance of the Ontario legis- lation. This would not have .been a good remedy even if the government had adopted it Disallowance had not been found to give satisfaction iii the past, hut many of the agitations in this country resulted from it: K. the Ontario legislation had been disallow- ed it would have been passed again by the legislature Sir Wilfrid said he Taeth Young v-meeting when the work o' the coming season will be dis cussed. 13 1 12 ,17 1 Jonei, a" i L- NORTHWESTERN tlit table composed of Mrs Gagncbin jwas 60rrj howeier, th it the govem- '.Mrs. Lowe. Mr. Frame, Mr. Steviiisou, lmRnt did not think it- advisable to call Mr. Bates and Master Cook, while the the attention of the government of On- contest at the close impersonation of j tano to the complaints of the mino'ritj book titles given by the Misses j amj them to give the matter ta- papa Tho old bdys had last bats ami they started fine shape to tie the score, when. made a prett; 00ok given by "the Misses hit for two bases. He was doomed to Mlss Harriiigton Messrs Mac JIMMY PACIFIC CO AST Salt Lake Oakland Dougan, Hall and Hannah Beer. Klein and Elliott. Los Angeles........... Vernnn 3 ZabeK Horslmah and Baaslcr Johnson and Whaling. San Francisco.......... 4 Portland 0 Steen and Brooks; Noyes, Hi botham and Fisher. -NORTHERN' No games in Northern, rain. WILDE MUST BE CLEVER BOXER j.. W-lcle, the British flyweight champion is a remarkably clever lad says a New York exchange. The lad weighs only about 100 pounds, but despite this he has been meeting box- ers weishir.2 anywhere from 11-5 to 125 pounds In nearly all his matches; and some of them high class boys. It is seldom that he has not given away from 10 to U pounds. If some of the boxers in this country were asked to 3 f 'i give away so- much weight they would GUvunch die of heirt failure Tugene Torn the leferee on the othei side of the water, has been thinking seriously of making a trip -to New York and bringing Wilde with him, but nothing definite has been decided on as yet. Wilde '.von the flyweight championship of England some: time igo aud also the Lonsdale belt. Ke- centlv he defeated Joe Srmpnds and llso Ted Keller and. Sid Smith, disaster. He tried to stretch it thud when the fielders began to b> Mi the ball iMt a perfec' peg to the base e a cut him off ind ho was run to death h Colmors, Breaking the Record between, the bags. K. m was to bj eventually scored the tying tally Lowe Jlr. Banner, or- Cai ncross Stevinson and Stevinson, the bound copy of 14 17 l Boyd, hit in McArthur with a scratch to short. This tied the scoi e scratch to short. This tied the scoi e M] o( pincuei Cree Tl e npit man w is put out and tho ltmn 3evei-al llavs iaat week taint toll'd on -iccount of dail Hodge and Pottei LOWLY GIANTS AND ATHLETICS The sight of Connie Mack and Mng sj McGi iw each struggling with till end given rise to a.great columns of newspaper space. JJess The Philadelphia Athletics are com- The Teams fortnblj in the tellai lint the> 'do h ritcl w I not seem to he so Mali outclassed pitcher Din'liortll liist l-is the Giants who have only won L pse Dnnnanl 6econd base; Robison Itliree games so far tins seison Of I shortstoD these three Big Jeff Tesrcau intched vorable consideration. Time and again under 'Liberal and gov- ernments such a course had- been fol- lowed Attention had been .called to complaints and It had been suggested to the provinces that' it would be wise to try to meet them. Sometimes 'these suggestions were accepted, sometimes not. The remedy of the courts was a verj illusory one There was an agita- tion now an'd much bitterness Uiat no judicial decision could allay. Asks Respectful Consideration Sir Wilfrid said that he did-not wish tjtevinboiir itiiu mis. dm to force anything on Ontario Parlia- the evening closed with God Save the ment had no right to do that. But he King. The silver collection, which, would ask the Ontario government to Lowe, .Mr. gar olOj and solo Mr Stevm iron iuaduig and Miss Sykei vocal solo: Mr. Banner received a prolonged encore after Handel's "Largo." He responded with the Hallelujah Chorus. At nearly midnight-refreshments -were served by the refreshment committee Mrs. Wakeley, Mrs. Gagnebin. Mrs. Stevinsonr and Mrs. Mackintosh, and If you want to keep yonr hair In good condition, be careful what you wash it irith. Don't use soaps and. prepared sham- poos that contain too much alkali. This dries the scalp, ma.kes the hair jrlttle, arid is very harmful: Just alain mulsified cocoanut oil (which 's pure and entirely is much better than the most expensive soap or anything else you can -use -for shampooing, as this can't possibly Jn- iure' the hair. Simply moisten your hair with wa- ier and rub it in. One or two tea spoonfuls will make an abundance of rich, creamy lather, and cleanses the scalp thoroughly. The lather ripses out easily and removes every particle of dnst, dirt, dandruff and ex- cessive oil. The hair: dries quickly and it leaves It fine and silky, bright, fluffy and easy to' man- age. -You can get mulsified coooanut oil at most any drug store. It is very cheap, and a few ounces Is enough to Ili-ing. me silver j will be given to the Belgian Relief was -verj satisfactory The tennis court on the manse grounds is'now in fine condition, new tnets and tapes'in position and the P.-Stewart in Action the Old Timers He negotiated first consider the legislation in the light of agitation and to give respectful con- sideration to'the minority claim. He wanted to have the subject discussed in the house so that it might be ap- roller having (lone its dutl Some of [preached on all sides from the stand the club members have alreadv put in point of commou Canadian nationality some good practice and soon the club He disapproved as much as will be in full swing The Ladies'' Aid of the Presbyterian week'at the home of F. Wakelej, whei did of tho utterances of extremists among the French-Canadians the Old Timers He negotiated first: Jh' sewing for Red Cros- and was advanced around to third and continued The next neetmg will be held at the manse Creek was n BALL IS PROPPED, BUT WHAT OF IT? SILK' IS INFALLIBLE The Browns arc still gloating over a decision tint helped them out in their last scries with the White Sox It was at first hiso A SOT batter bumped into Slslei Brown nrst bise man so hard in crossing fust tilal the ball bounced out of Sisler s hands and rolled a few feet awas Silk OLoughlin Saw thai the i throw Ind the runner bee on nnd ivHved him out then turned his to the play the time the sells ciused Silk to turn round Sislci Ind recoveied the ball and was innocent clinging to U And did O'Loughlin change his de- cision' He did not That batter vat out JOHNNY ERTLE BEATS .BURNS St Paul Minn Mai lohnny. trlle of St Paul who claims the] world's bantamweight championship I scored a technical knockout over Dob j bio Burns of Dallas loxarf here to night In the fourth lonnd of e 10 round bonl Hums knocked i n foni times in tho fourth round two. nnd Matty, the grand oid man of jthe game, one. Matty's victory came It was his second en- trance into Hie box this season, Ins _ goint, ir a defeat against him stop because of in ele enlh inning bj Behuj K-vuff Williams third hase MUShea taiheiry -ml lioj outfielders E Downing Sidelights on the Game Cutting the while i.he umpire lighting his pipe was in ordei George McKlllop had more smoke than a'Pittsburg stogie. KIDNEYS What They Do hnd trouble with my Kidneys ami Bladder to I Lot a Cample of 6m Ptlls nnd followed I felt ilncctio lt better after the first dose mo about tne trouble ncl id with Ins! and I recommended him to try GIN PILLS; mill gate him one to take next thj, he bought some for himself nnd both he and liis wife have derived great benefit trtttn HEKBHRT U.'BAUER.' Gin Fills box or six for at all druggists. Sampje sent free il. rwjuesleit, 17 Rational Drug Chemical Co. lowh foni times m tno tourin rounu. ind tlit. icfercu the light v Of Canada Limited. Toronto. third hase; Brodie, Skeith- and Glllis outfielders. Oiti Brondow, catcher: Stewart, pitobor; Nicholson flrst hose; ins second base JIc irthiir short Hodge and Pottei en route from Oregon to. take, charge of the Presbyterian work at Boundary Creek, Woolford and Twin Lakes, we're at the manse Thursday last. Mrs. Henry 'Cook of Boundary Creek spent the week-end with' friends in town. Mr. and 'Mrs. Church of Rainy, with their little son Clarence, were in town Monday arranging singers to go out for the special seryh eia Sunday Maj 21 Mr 'ices.for farm- Church was uccessful in getting two automobile loads promised.' f Much regret. is, expressed at the re- moval to Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Cameron, who leave behind lan a'Pittsburg stogie. J 'y friends especially TUG fielding on botk.sides was par j circles.-' Dr. Fletcher and excellent Line and skyacrap 1U Into the house TH- QrA altnn tin HkR Olfl IrtilulJ .uu. werQ eiten up like old cheese not onlj proved a Chinese to tne opposing svvnt tc's but he coieicd the ground all around the pitchers box like a en is tent i home run was the clear quill cited bj Air and Mrs Camer6n STANDS ALONE Regina "everal towns in Reglna'8 neighborhood have home run wa- tne i heon discussing davlight saving Re He theTill into t e ginn still stands alone lit adopting the tie UIL llle IIII.W LUG o_______ Won InnIICMII-df. horse' corral. At that he was all hut thioNtn- at the which spelks eloouenco for sneed of the oltl gujs in lieldirij, the The scheme was inaugural: cd thieo years ago In this city nnd came automatically Into force on the Hrst Sunday in April. ST. KILDA NEWS St. Kilda, 5Iay dance- giv en at John Thomson's, proved a suc- cess iri way Supoer was fur nished by the ladies of the district and music was furnished by the Mc- Donald orchestra. The .animal .school meeting of the West Butte School District No. 2747 was held Saturday May 6th, and was largely attended by the ratepayers ot the district W. R. Beat-tie has spring wheat out of the ground six inches, which proves to be the best of the crops of 1916. Mrs. Waddel and daughter Almay were visitors of Mrs R Noole at Coutts, Alta, last. week. Mr Theo. Poole inet with a slight accident last .week when he was thrown from his plow and broke hi collar bone Ole Larohl has purchaa.ed a mew Ford car 'Chas. Kerr has left for Great ;Falls Mont, where he expects working for the summer Rains are visiting the dlitrlct con- tinuously which makes things look prosperous for the bumper crops of 11116. GENERAY BYNQ IN COMMAND Ottawa, Mas 9 Byng has taken over command of the Canadian army corps in Franco if wal officially announced tonight General Aldersbii returns to England'for dirty. COCOAWUT OIL MAKES A SPLENDID SHAMPOO lasb everyone the family for CHURCHILL TO FOLLOW BIRRELL rLondon, May Winston Spen-J cer Churchill ii the latest prominent': person. mentioned as a possible, suc- cessor to Augustine Blrrell as chief; secretary for Ireland. "Col..Churchilrs- speech In the house of says the Daily Graphic, 'sounded, like nbthing so much as a feeler for ;the office of the Irish secretaryship: -.Col. Churchill is man who- would possibly be in his clement at the! Irish office in the coining era of: new "reconstruction." LIEUT. DENNISTOUN KILLED Winnipeg, May fate of Lieut. Denmstoun of the flying squadron, re- ported missing two days ago, is set- tled Today a cable tame to bis mother from Lleut.-CoI. Dennistoun, ia command of the 53rd battalion; :at' Bramshott, in which th'e father savs "Have letter from squadron. Jack and Observer pilot, killed in am flight May 4 behind the enemy linoa." WINNIPEG MEN. HONORED Winnipeg, May N. Jack- son, retiring president and D K El liott were today selected "at the an mm! meeting of the Winnipeg board of trade as representatives "to the British Imperial Council of Commerce which meets in London on June 6th L Crossin was elected president, V Hastings treasurer and- C. N Bell secretary. GLYCERINE AND BARK PREVENT APPENDICITIS The simple nurture of buckthorn bark, glycerine, etc., known as Adler- (ka, astonishes Lethbrtdge people Be cause Adler-l-ka acts on BOTH lower and upper bowel, ONE FUL relieves almost AN1T stlpation, sour stomach or gas Ifn moves such surprising foul matter mat a few doses often relleie or prevent appendicitis. A shirt treatment helps chronic stomach trouble The IN- STANT, easy action of Adlerlka la astonishing J D Hlxlnbotham Co, ____ ID B OS E TE good terf ;