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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 12, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, May 12.1911. TFE LETJHBBIDGfi DAILY HERALD Intrinsic "PROGRESS .BRAND" reputation has teen1 fixed not the v; him -of maker "or seller .but'. by the appreciation of the buying public. .Intrinsic value "not empty claims has made the "PROGRESS BRAND" TRADEMARK stand 'for dependable quality, honest wjorlanan- ship and guaranteed satisfaction. -'PROGRESS BRAND'' garments are designed by one of 'the highest priced artists'- in._ this country, and made by the best paid tailors in Canada. v spring styles in Suits and have intrinsic value to commend are ready for your choosing. See them. 94. MADE AND GUARANTEED BY H. VEVEBERG CO., LIMITED, SOLD WTTH A GUARANTEE BY McKELVIE McGUIRE S-P-0-R-T-S WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE GAMES MOOSE JAW BADLY TRIMMED AT CALGARY Calgary, Slay win for SASKATOON TAKING the Bronchos last night. They look like a second edition of the Detroit Tigers, this Calgary buuch. Edmonton, May wag nothing nota'ble about the game today except Edmonton- won by 10 to 1. -Worse pitched for Saskatoon and re- Moose ceiv'oti miserable support .Trainer Jaw were the victims of yesterday evening's onslaught and they went down before'Mat Stanley's brigade by dropping an easy Sly In centre field when he should have retired the side. and allowed two runs to score. Catch- er Carney waff'injured by a foul tip 10-2. With five errors to help gecoud and was by Jawites and of only six hits, Calgary forced, the 'ten counters over the ipan while the visitors, who Gragibn. who allowed the Eskimos to on the bases, the local tribe eight bases, even Burr, who is slower than a Mississippi canal aimost.-aB.maar-aiits and only three mlaplays, only managed, to squeeze twirled for Edmonton, two 'into the score column. But for holding- the visitors to the bad wing- of -.Old -Scout Dugga'a, romping down lw second. .Woods and though two hits, his :..LAND WARRANTS GOING FAS.TEB On April 22nd there were 1122 South Africa Veteran's Warrants on the following week. April 29th, the. .Government's returns showed that the number had been reduced to 1054. Sixty-1 Eight Warrants off the mar- ket, in one week. "year ;at this time, be- fore the Government had giv- en the year's extension of the original time limit, there were many more South Africa Wai-- rants-, on the market than there are today and the price much higher. If you can" use a-Veteran's Scrip now is the time to ' The sit- uation 'argues strongly for a heavy advance in-price. We can make' immediate delivery of sis scrips. Wire or write: THE hiOMESTEAD REALTY COMPANY, TORONTO Charles Press Building, 114 Jarvis St. work was not impressive as-he shows who made the majority of the errors, ;a to aeroplane men get it would have been la shut out, bue Abases. 'Hitting, combined-with can excuse most any as lono-i some bone head playing on" Saska- as long as we keep up the pace. j toon's part, gave Edmonton four jthe 'third and they kept adding LETHBRIDGE Don't Eorget the Great BOXING AND WRESTLING TOUKNA- V- To "be jield at the 'Knights of Pythias. HaH'on MONDAY, NEXT, MAY 15 You "vxill go away spisf of the sixth on. account of MOOSE R H PO- A. score until the game--was called Kelly, cf 3 Ui-ckenson, rf 3 iFournier, Ib-p ___ 3 (Dunn, If.......... "3 JBeck, 2b 2 Davidson, c......, 2 Harper, ss 0 Fitzgerald, Sb ___ 0 Maverson, p...... 1 Collins, p......... 1 Bliss, p and Ib---- 0 darkness The fans are eagerly wait- for the arrival of the Bronchos on OJMonday.-' Score by innings: 1 Totals 18 f'Moran, 'on account of rain. 4 IS 13 3 NO GAME AT BRANDON Brandon, May Brandon and Winnipeg game was postponed today ct O'Brien, ss 4 Wilson, If Chick, 2b Ftennigan, Morgan, 11 i Martin, c j Wilson, p Totals i AB R H PO A B 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 OJ Oil rf b ir -T-oi-i-k-liaiso Games _ in the Big Leagues NATIONAL At R H E Standing of _ Clubs Today -.EASTERN Won Lost P. C. .15 4 .789 Toronto, 11 6 .647 Baltimore I 10 7 Buffalo 7 7 Providence 7 9 Newark 7 9 .437 Montreal........... 5 10 Jersey'City 2 11 .194 REFUSE TO ACCEPT: HIS RESIGNATIN Moral Reform League Ex- presses Confidence iin Rev. Mr. Fortune Van unbroken front to the enemy, ;the ex- ecutive committee of the Alberta Tern .perance and Moral. Reform League yesterday refused to- signation of the secretary, .Rev. G. Fortune, and thus announced to the world their.confidence in his moral character. SUIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIItlflQ WIRES STILL TAMED Winnipeg, May sleet and lightning storm .swept over Manitoba Yesterday between: this.'City and Portage La breaking down all the telegraph wires, '-.As -a consequence the commercial and news telegraphic services have. been -cut ;off over the C.P.R. system. What mess- ages and despatches are. sent to western points are sent Philadelphia. 19 17 3 10 6 1 Camnitz, 5 Pittsburs Alexander and Dooin; bobtail horse a1 co'uM some of the half and base hit, ..O'Brien; sacrifice hit, Fitz- gerald; stolen Harper. Dase on balls, off Wilson 3, .off. Nayer- left on bases, Cal- son off Sollins 1: left -f gary 7, Moose Jaw 1. uud: --skits- around aroiind I1 three-quarter ENGLISH HORSE ATTRACTION IN PACING; EVENTS ON 'GRAND THIS SUMMER A bobtail bred in England and Relieved to .fbe practically a thorough- .bred, will -of. the attractions in class races on .the grand circuit and at other prominent mile tracks; of tihat cbuatrj'' and Ire- land was a caution and made some im- ported wigglers of of (better abil- ity IOOK .common. Mr. iWinans, is -not much on ..the pacing lay, although for years 'he has been a liberal -buyer PIRATES BEAT THE RAMBLERS 'Smith and Gi'bsos. At; R 1013 4 Cincinnati; .V." 13 14 2 and Graham; From' me' and McLean. 1 At Brooklyn Won Philadelphia 17 Pirtsburg 14 New York 14 incinnati -9 Chicago 11 Boston 8 St. Louis'........... tf Brooklyn. .___..., .5 Lost 6 8 11 16 12 P. C. .739 .667 .667 .529 ,500 .333 .333 .227 In the Schools Baseball League game last night the Pirates again de- American trotters, which .he hasli'eated the "Ramblers, 13'to.. 'of raced in Austria. .France and Russia, j close- game. The game, which was tfie few pacers he secured on this side j'billed as a- seven innings a (including the hobbled gelding Prince j tie when the seventh spasm was over, R 'H E 10 "15 2 ;-'i 3 BargeV and Bergen; Steele, "Greer and Bresnahan and Bliss. At .New R. H E 3 S 1 Chicago 9.15 1 Raymond, "'Marquard and Myers and Wi-loOu; Mclntyre and Arcii'er and Kling. Alert, which has a record, of behind u. windshield) being used 1-2-j and an extra inning was played. The by Pirates. managed to shove two across him en the road where "tSeir 'nippy ap-jthe pan, and although the Ramblers meetings this "season. The nag will be, drivenV'by an. American, Al Pen- nock of and is owned by Louis .Winans! of .England, born in Europe of American parents and never In this, country until he was more than-50. years-old-- -This called Butcher Boy, Over in England, where pacers of class pearance and whirlwind style'of get- ting under way made jokes of ney roadsters of the natives." Last year ;Mr. 'Winans s-eat to this j country the foreign bred'trotters-Willy and Dora, which 'between them won a number of races in good company. Willy beating while Dora, could step around and is''booked to this season become a member of the brigade, it' being' the ambition of' Tigers got a man around to the third sack, they -were uaaJMe to connect with Bang's shoots, the critical tiiae, and lost out Sang and Simp- son: Ramblers, Link, Campbell and Hyssop. Standing Pennock to get vboth his importations before have been discovered, the in the select list. Pirates Ramblers of the Teams Won Lost 3 0 3 1 05 AMERICAN .At R H E Detroit..................... o 2 1 -New York.................. 610 0 -Liively and' Stanage; Ford and -At-'Cleveland (10 innings) RHE Cleveland................... 6 13 .4 Boston 7 13 0 Yingling, Harkness, Kaler, Blanding and Land; Kail, Cicotte, .Wood and 'Carrigan. AJ St. RHE p c jst- Louis 2 6 1 4 11 0 750 f -PoVf'el! Coombs Thomas. -i R H iChi-cago..................... 20 20 3 'Washington................. 6 10 AMERICAN Won Lost P. C. Detroit" 21 Bostbn' 12" Philadelphia 10 New York Chicago., Washington Cleveland St. Louis 10 10 S 9 5 3 10 9 10. 10 12. 15 17 .8 .545 .526 .500 ,500 .400 .375 .227 WESTERN CANADA Won Lest P. C. Calgary, 7 1 .875 Edmonton 6 1 857 Winnipeg........... 5 2 .714 Brandon 2 5 .286 Jloos'e Jaw 2 5 .286 Saskatoon......... 0 8 .000 R. system to Brandon and the C. P. R. and Regina from those points. About two and a "half inches of rain fell in less-'than -.twenty-four hours. As a result of this storm very "lit- tle telegraphic new.s has been-received at and: the Herald much less than its .'of world news. WATER OF QUALITY Is sold wherever gentle- men for home use, by'all grocers. Specify it by name. 22 C.C. PAGNUELO WINE A SPIRITfCO. Leth DECLARED TO BE IN RESTRAINT OP Ottawa, May On the -ground that, it was illegal and in restraint of trade, an agreement between Weidman and Co. and Sprtggs Shargge for the carrying of a junk dealing was declared invalid in. Snpreme Court of appeal, the case ihaviny been carried from the Manitoba court of appeal. The trouble arose at the .di- vision or profits, the appellants and respondents having: entered an agree- ment stated to be for the of carrying on their 'business inVa-.mku- ner profitable for settling the prices of junk. v FOSTER GOING f SOKDOUGIlS 'Ottawa, May understood that Honi G. E._Foster hag.reconsid- ered his decision .toXgo to the coron- ation -and-will the.other members on June 8th, or sooner." _ J. M. P. J 5or Strath- cona, has-been selected ,to take -the place of. Dr. 'the parliamentary the cor- onation and is understood" to. have accepted. MILWAUKEE CONCRETE MIXERS Sold on Five-'Days' TriaH CENTRAL BEAT HIGH v SCHOOL NINE, 14-9 In. a slugging hee between picked nines from the Central and High schools this morning, the youngsters High school bunch under an avalanche of runs and won oat. 14 to 9. Stewart- and High, Sang, Campbell-and TH I "WYV'PlPPP JL Vy J. 'Careless elegance and comfort when Made from shape-retaining worsteds or Lthe elasticity of which assures you that the smart appearance is there to stay. no tailor can produce better many not as good, REGARDLESS OF PRICE. Price range Same care, taken in making as in the most expensive Suits. IF YOUR WANT IS ALONG THIS LINE LET US FILL IT. THE BENTLEY CO., LIMITED LETHBRIDGE AGENCY PROPRIETORS' White and [Henry. Strllivan; Groom and AMERICAN ASSOCIATION 'At R H B Indianapolis .........-i..___ 1 3 2 Columbus................... 2 3 2 Link and Ritter; Berger and Bemis. At St. RHE -Paul.................... S 11 2 Kansas City 20 23 3 Gehring, Reiger, Laroy and Kelly; Khoades and James. At -RHE Minneapolis................ 4 0 I Milwaukee.................. 13 IS 1 Patterson and Owens: Dougherty id 'Marshall. At RHE East FIRE IN MASSACHUSETTS FOREST RESERVATJON Hampton, :Moss., May JWount Tom, the picturesQue-reaerva- tlon. was ablaze Its' torests are afire clear to furnish- ing a. spectacle 'to> the for miles aroTmd and giving of fire, fighters a hard: battle '.-before the llames were brought: trol. It Is the vatiou ijhat the state fire patrol'-has been tumble to uhaidedJ FOREST FIRES !N OIL'fiEGJON Bradford, .May fires have ibroken: out1 In'the oil; fields" aibput here and tonight f eared" loss A. telephone, frpni' miles ,ffom. the Pearsons Oil has "lost oil three "boiler'Louses" and oil tanks. Along of the Buf- i'alo, Rochester and south, .of this city, a.: nii'miber "of-bad lires are reported' and- ending all assistance to save all .the Louisville.................... 3 5 4 Toledo 5 9 .2 .Halte and Hughes: Baskette, James and and Adams. t EASTERN At RHE Providence 251 Toronto........ 13 5 Siine and Peterson; Killian and Phelps and Kocher. At RHE Baltimore........ 5 0 Buffalo 6 5 Dygert and Egan: Stroud and Killifer. At RHE Jersey City 4 II 0 Rochester 18 4 Frill, Kessler and Tonneman and Butler: Desseau. Manser and Jack- At R K E Newark......... 4 2 Montreal 9 4 Parkin and Johnson Cody. Car-1 roll and Imperfect Kidney Action Causes Meumatism Rheumatism- with its kindred ailments 'Wry Neck, Neuralgia, Dosslble usually results from, -lodgments of uric posslDle' acid in. the joints and muscles. Now the'chief function b'rthe kidneys" RELIEF EXPEDITION is to properly filter.'this poison from the blood. Only when they Jail to do Rheumatism probabk. Kidney, weakness starts in ways. A sudden- chill, after freely, sometimes settles in t an unusual, strain may cause it. Poisons which should be filtered out of the system' are pumped back into the blood, causing Uric Acid, the real cause of Rheumatism; Lumbago, Wry Neck, Neuralgia, etc. In the early stages Nyal's Stone Root Compound will stop it. TV ill start your kidneys working prop- erly so that the Uric Acid is reabsorbcd and eliminated, Away goes your Rheumatism with it. Perhaps these early warning twinges have passed unheeded, and your Rheu- matism has become deep seated. Muscles all snarled up in knots as it ON WAY TO FEZ this is j :Hay -received ..-here today relative to bhe situation in i various Morocco say .that Colonel' Brulard's relief expedition has started-from 151k- nltra for Fez. Brulard's .column reach ed Elknitra a day or two ago and It "is expected that the "hundred miles to Fez will be covered rapidly by forced marches. MILWAUKEE STEAMER Write for 1911 754 MAIN SALE Can supply in carload lots Leni! Coa! Bank of Commerce Building No Keason for Doubt by a were. Then Cure. Ask your remedies. His opinion is worth while. you'll need Nyal's, Rheumatic; own druggist about these Sold and guaranteed ALBERTA DRUG BOOK CO, J. D. HIGINBOTHAM CO. JACKSON fi, COPE W. P. J. ALEXANDER LETHBRIDGE A Statement of Facts Backed Strong Guarantee guarantee complete relief sufferers from constipation. In every casa where -we fail we will -supply the medicine free. JKexall Orderlies are a gentle, ef- fective, dependable and safe, bowel regulator, strength ener and tonic. They re-establish nature's functions in a quiet, easy way. They do not cause any inconvenience, griping or They are so pleasant to take and work n i "P J Leal, ice and PRAYING AVestern Trarister. Company LONG BROS.; Office ProprSeton Arcadi. it Automobile Livery Competent Chauffeur moderate H.E. Robinson Phone 1156 719SirtH Street South One for everyday allsnent JL OU tW V so easily that, they may be taken by anyone at any time. They thoroughly f tone up the .whole system to healthy activity. Rexall Orderlies are unsurpassable and ideal for 'the use of children, old folks .and delicate persons. We ca.n- not too highly recommend; them to all sm'ferorg from any form of constipa- tion and ixS attendant evils. T.wo siz- es, 10c and 25c. .Remember, you can obtain Rexall Remedies in this com- munity only at our Rexall Store. J. D; Hlginfaotham Co., Ltd., special agents. Hew Barnes Coil line Lump, Mine Run; or Screenings, by the ton or carload lots Phone 1475 C.OIX ;