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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Mfliuliiy, 27.1012 THE LETJTBRIDGE-DAILY.HERALD OUR GARAGE WILL OPEN MONDAY, MAY 27 J3uilt, entirely of Hriclc and Steel, Con- crete floor, Steam Ilcat, Sepnralo Entrance and Exit. Compressed air for inflating tires free. Repairs and Accessories Latest machiucry and most expert mechanics iri Alberta Jjftinpletc Stock of Tires and all Accessories always iu stock. Ask for prices H. D.Henderson Garage Cor. 6th St., and Avc. Phone 588 SATURDAY NIGHT'S RESULTS SPRING BOXING TOURNAMENT AT TORONTO I v. ___________________________________ Vancouver Man Successful in Two Classes One Clean Knockout Summary of Events good box- Ing and several' exciting: contests crop- ped up at tho second night milling tor the'CanacHari.amaiteur boxing cham- pionship's, at Rtyerdale rink Saturday night, Gillmartin of Vancouver won liia fights in both the 158 pound and heavj classes, his victory over A Ii t Lake, a 146 noiud man in the 158 pound bontest being, easy. Lake, who had just finished a haid contest'la-hta" own succumbed to, a solar plexus punch in the first round. 'Joe Burke, Martin's heavy- ivelght a'Toronto man, but he won the disapproval of the feree and'the" oiowd fiom the stait by his hugging and hittkigr in clinches. LImlell, the-Finlander, won his sec- ondcontest; with a single punch; when McConhell, of into the jopeg In the first loand of his, fight ifl the -135, pound clans. Ernie-Bar- lieu, of Vancomei and H Freeman, of Toronto had a nip and tuck battle in 11 ,the way through, but man was strong at the finish anil was glvon -tho decision An extra round ordered and Freeman, the heav- 'ier out longer There was Toronto; stiffened Joe Carpenter- of Montreal m the thud round, when it seemed, as "if the latter had the beet of the going Summary: A. Scott, Torouto, knock- ed out Joe Carpenter, Montreal, third round. H. Houle, Toronto, won from Charles Glass, Toronto, first round. 115 pound Fraukel; Tor- won from F. Faceyj-Toronto, 4, rounds; J.Gooden, Toronto, won from 'W. McEwan, round. 125 pound -Winkler, Buffalo, won from K..H. Urquflrt, Toronto; .T. Patten, Vancouver won from W. Cfiird Toronto, knockout third; II. Beveridge, Montreal won onto, decision. 135 Toronto, won from A.'McCbrinell, Montreal, first round; H. Freeman, Toronto won.from E..Barrineau, Vancouver, decision." 1-15 Bairincau, 'Vancou- ver won from D. Dicltsoh, -Toronto, de- cision; A. H. Lake, Toronto, won from A third lound 13S Martin, Vancouver, won from: A...R. round; A. Saunders, .Toronto.--won from Dave Marshall, Montreal, knock- out .first round. Heavy weight-r-Gll Yaticp.u- ir, W-QII J Burke d" cision, W E Hanna, Toi onto, won, from J. McNahb, Toronto, decision. Intermediates Run Up Some High Scores The Hrst games of the fciternied Inte husSball neie played morning The results of the games were as follows Kno' (i WesIeyB. Batteries, B Sang and R Sloan, for Wesley V Redman and D. McLaughlin Ut Patrick's Cyprian's 7, Hattertes; for St Patrick's R Moore .1 Ferko, for St Cjprlnn's M Pulley and C Jones A practice game pUyed be- tween: Weitminster, anil North Baptist in a victory for (he Baptist of 16 to 13 The next games will be placed Mon- day at 6 o'clock St Cyprian nieetfc Wesley on Wesley grounds, Knoz meets Westminster on Westmin- ster grounds; North Baptist meet the 1st Baptist on First Baptist grounds. Bow Island Team Defeated ihe Hat Greys "10-8 Island, May 25 Yesterday, Victoria to liceli erv quiet in tou n e can tastly suicc thp inajontj o[ Hie citizens were' iu Medicine. IJ-afc. AirangrnienlsL uerc inailc bv the liand to_ liaic tiro Soo-Spokane Fljcr ttop result that about uglily residents of the and dis- trict, including band and base- ball team, visited the Hat. Tlio hand lioided a patade from the Medicine Hat depot to the American Hotel, a banner, making known the fact that were "Bow Island Hoostcrs fn the afternoon a scries races wtre pulled off on the tuck at the fair grounds, but the big of the day ihe baseball game in the evening between the Bow Jslund and the Alberta Greys tf.the Vlat.'vThc class of ball played could be called fast, in .the forepart of tho game, but In tlw last Ihrw innings the game was Hate of the One, three older. Bow Jsland seciired four-runs, in-the lust innings, and the Grets in their first Although the Greji tried out all then pitcbeis, ihey could not reduce the lead, and .the resulting score IDS in Bow Island's fav- (i Manager Spooner sa) s he thinks Calgarj will be tlie next maik of his, buhuli. MAYOR SPRANG BIG SURPRISE DOESN'T AOREE WITH COUN- CIL'S DECISION ON IMPORT- ANT MATTER Ly- 011 sprang a great mil-prise on the .councillors last week, when he Informed'lliom that he would, not attach his signature to a cheuuo for the payuiont for lots i'or ft. lire hall cite .as passed'.unanimously at the last regular meeting.of the MAYOR LY6N, BLAIRMORE council at which meeting he was not present. He thought that the council should accept the free site n-ear the telephone office as .offered them by the West Can- adian Collieries and which offer was accepted at been no trust company with an office located in Letbbridge, and this fact has caused delav in tlie -administra- tion of estates, -etc., and great incou- vonience, as 'well as needless coires- and travelling, to the peo- ple of Lethbridge and district con- cerned with the matters in question. The directors .of the company feel that the convenience 'following the establishment of- the company's head office in their midst appeal so strongly to the people of the district as to secure for the company the major portion 'of -the trust business now arising which can more conveniently 'ho transacts in Lethb-ridge than elsewhere. The company has.its head office in the .Conybeare block. 66-YEAR-QLD DH. FATHER Washington, Alay 25 Haivey W, Wiley, pure food champion and ex- chief chemist oC the .Depaifment of Agijculture, is the proud father of a nine nound bov Dr. and Wiley married last spring Dr. Wiley will be (16 years old next-October. Jaines Gillespie died suddenly at Kingston whlle'i at. work, James Myron, sectionnian, was de- apitatert near Fort William Arthur Lefebvie, aged 13, was tilled oy a street car at Montreal John contractor of Hamil- on, is dead. He had lived there 40 ars. Micbeal Moon'ey of Dublin, Ont, led from exposure to the severe veather. M. Q. Hodburg fell into the water rhile fishing at 'Kenora and was row ned. Eiric Hollis, aged 10, 'was killed at Windsor by falling down a. steamer Harold Legg, aged 20, was drown ed .while canoeing in the -river, at London Charles Keith of Newcastle was killed and two other workmen killed when a G. T. R. steel bridge being constructed ovpr the St. Regis river near Helena, collapsed. Carl Stockton, aged 21, of Niagara Falls, is dead, and big wife and child ibadly burned, the result of an explod- ing oil stove while he was turning milk for the baby. [NOTICE! M LL CITIZENS interested in a Y. W. C. A. in this city should be on hand at the Y. M. C. A. tomor- row, (Tuesday] evening at 8 o'clock, for the meeting to be addressed by MRS. R. R. JAMIESON, Calgary, E. A. CUNNINGHAM, Pres. Board of Trade, DR. W. S. GALBRAITH, Pres. Y. M. C. A. C. F. P. CONYBEAIE, K. C., D. C. L. CERTAINLY DID A BIG STUNT BOW ISLAND CAN LIVE IN WINDSOR Wab'ash trainmen now in Windsor will not have to move to St. Thomas as first ordered. ow Island, MQJ 27 Mr D Vaughn, has -xtiecn -.undergoing treatment for blood-poisoning in tin JMeJicjac Hat'hospital, returned 01 Friday R C luiliko has put plate glass m his office on Main SI Miss 'I'aUoi hoirc from Idaho on Out constable now appears resplen- dent in a new unifonu Mrs- -J. M- Henderson, -of Leth- hndge, is at picscni, usiling her mother, Mrs K J nendeison Mrs, J Brailon. and Mrs K G Mftealpine aie uieiuls at Fit-Reform Suits have the New English Shoufders. They make a roan look trim and clean-cut put vim and vigor into his appearance. Fit-Reform patterns carry out the English trend o{ fashion because the Suits are made of English Worsted, English Tweeds, English Flannels and English Serges. The making Is Wholly Canadian Fit-Reform tailoring from start to finish. MOOSE JAW'S .POWER HOUSE DE- STROYED AUTHORITIES RE- STORED SERVICE QUICKLY Moose Jaw, May Satin-day, at 1 a.m., the power, light and-water facilities of Moose Jaw were cut off ay a fire which destroyed the pow-ar house.. By 8 a.m. the water supply had been re-established adequately, ihe fire fighting -equipment replaced jy outside aid, the light seivice made available from the street railwajvser vice, and to some al so. The lOOO-gallon-a-minnte pump destroyed in the flames had been le- placed bj one of similai capacity, owned bj the Itobiu flood Millb, a steamer! by courtesy of .the city of "Winnipeg was on its way to Moose accompanied by an en- gineer; new. electric generators had been oidered from Winnipeg -electri- cal firms, a pieviously pumped by electrical was .being pumped "by gasoline engine iato-the city mains, aiidithe.pit of the burned building was being cleared of debus to the installation of the new plant Ami all this befoie the major- ity of Moose Jaw citizens knew there had been a fue at all In houi from with water out off, new connections had been made with HIP (VP Ii iiiiimung station uhere- by a stream o? water 'was plajed on f the :soutb aide of the building, sav- rf the boiler house and chimney PINCHER CREEK MAN WHO. ..MAKES MONEY BY'FARMING After Paying Unusually Heavy Ex- penses, Has Good..Balance on Right Side (Pincher Creek, Echo) 1911 wab goueiaifo' ad- mitted to been an "off year" all the west, at least one farmer, this district made money'-put1 of-his agiiculturaf opeiations. J. H Scho- fiekl is lefened to He had to .imj for hour's labor put In on" his faim, paid ?ljflQ for uow ?100 for picking stones, ?50 for re- p'au ing fences, and over for hauling his grain to iimikot an4 still had a subatantial piolit, Mr Scnofleld had about 1.000 bush- eln of wheat.. At the Brocket .-elevator last .December, about a before Christmas, he offered fide. lie held liib giain, however, and last week loaded five cars in four days, employing Indian teams in the op- eration According to present mar- ket quotations he "will receive1 from to S7c a bushel foi the amount shipped, about 4SOO bushela A large portion of this crop was snowed last 'ail, but notwith- standing all these difficulties, and heavy expenses, Mi. Schofield is sat- isfied bj his 1911 qpeiations Umt theie is money In fanning BIG PLANT AT HEAD .OF LAKES MINER'S DEATH DUE TO AN ACCIDENT Always Ready for Service McKELVIE McGUIRE, Trade Mark Sole For Boys Sizes: 11 to 5 1-2 The Foot Toggery Coleman, May the inqucbt this ucok, into Llie ileatii of Domm- .etc Degano, the Italian suitchman dl'cd last .Saturdav at the MacGil- maj jump, the following icrdict ,vas returned- "We, the jurj, find hat Domimek Degano c.unc to his death In accident on .Saturiiaj, Maj dth, at bottom of the slope of mine, Coleman, by he crushed hetweeii tvo cars whilst perfoiinins Ins dailx duties, and we find no blame attached to'any per- son." Mine Inspector Aspinall wan pres- ent at ihe inquest Recent rams pioudcd a great biimiilus to firowth of trees, grass and all %anelies of plants T lie farm- ing imliistn is not earned on eUeii- hero in tlie but the farina Ijcanng crops are in most favorable condition. More aus; picioiis circiniistances can scarcely be imagined those undci which tin; uai's crop ib receding its initial de vclopmtiit Tho danen held at the Frank Kann taiiuni on Tliuibdai night A most cnjoyablP event. There was an I altRiidance which excec.lcd -all cxpec- Utiniis.' The (-olc'man Orchestra pro- vided iiic musical program, -Quests presont, from Coleman, illair- u.'.Tie and UclJcnic. An exhibition wrestling bout was held ,n the ifineis.1 Hall on Friday evening, J. Lnrrigan, and Sac- lorio being the participants. The hout was of nbnnt 30. minutes' duration, during which time .Sartorio secured three falls from rival. There was an "interested audience in attendance. An informal dance was held in Cole- man opera housr on Friday largp number, fjorn this immediate vicihil-y attended, and report a pleas- ant evening. SERVED CRIPPS RIGHT Gideon Crlpps, aged 56, a'laborer, .was sentenced at Ownn Sound to four- icon inonthR for assaulting a young fiirl.' The Canadian Car Foimdiv Co. thiji summer When complete it will employ 1000, men. NEAR BY NEWS IN A NUTSHELL B. Methodists will hold their 1913 conference in Vancouver, Madeod district Methodists roted 6JO to 27 in .favor of church union. Macfeod expects to have a big brick manufactory locate there. A ferry wjll De across the river north of Lake, W. S. Hall, 'of Uia new C. P. R. trainmaster at ilacleod. The new St. James church lere was de'dlcated on Saturday by the Bishop of Calgary. Mnclead Oddfellows plan to erect a handsome new temple. -It will W. T. H. Grippe will have charge Anglican church at Grassy Lake during %Tune y The Arrow Lakes will Ifave a big fruit exhibit at the Dry Farming Con- gress. V. T. Ifacy, from England, lieen appointed Anglican rector at Fort Steele.'B. C. _A. A. McGlintock has been appoint- ed assistant engineer, ami pi urn inspector at Craubrook with a salaiy' of. 1100 pei'-'m'onllr. v Henry C, Bland died at the home of his son south west of Grassy Lake. He was 67 years of. age and a member of the .Moimon church. Dave Rees, of Fernie, IB' ri candidate SuCucou Ciciu Stitiiiio -us pre--' sident of district No. ai.'W. oE A. ALEXANDRA HOTEL W. J. STOKES, J. H. LEE, Managtr TELEPHONES AND BATHS in every, room Strictly European up Rocky Mountain Sanatorium Sulphur Springs Frank, Alberta Tho Rocky at oae of thei-m'oit gout and ieumatsrn The house has 6b lodms and suites modern conven- e, including baths, hot and cold water, "telephones, etc." The Culinary Department Is in charge oF an experienced. Chef. .The ..Hotel has'lately been put under now. and efltcipiit management and nothing it left undone to assure tho comtoii of thp guests.. Travellers met at all trains Special ralea to famUies on application. All of which go to the Mountains Sana tor iumta very plcnMini aummer rosklonce ns Holl as a most beueflclal health- restoring, rcfort ;