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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, MAY 29, 1910 THE tETHBniDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE Like a Screen Door to 1 the Bp4y; On those stick; summer days ,when fre.h iipaft us the poles, you, will revel In the cool Comfort de-_ Iran "the bpen'cellular cloth of W. R: V. ._j summer girments. KLOSED KROTCH 0NDERWEAR TOIiMd without Webblw. Alt tor Williami, A Rome Co., Ltd. GIANTS IN SECOND PLACE Brooklyn New York Philadelphia Boston .Cincinnati Pittsburg Chicago St. Louis NATIONAL Won- 19: .......IS t'J 15 18 IT 17 16 Lost 11 13 ,ic" 21 20. 21 23 ,576 .469 .447 .410 ARE 10 CELEBRATE Etzihotn. one of the live new towns on tho Foremost extension, is to cel- ebrate July 1st this year in proper style. The following programme ,lias been prepared, to be followed-In tho evening, by a dance. Two games of baseball, 1st game to be played at a.m., 2nd game to be played at 2 n. m. Contest betweeu three local teams, 1st prize 835.00; 2nd prize Horse ran 1-2 mile, 4 p" m., 1st. Fanm- urs' race 1 mile, 1st, SB; 2nd, 53. race, 1st prize, ?5.00; 2nd prize, {3.00. Fast trot or Pace "Free for 1st, J15; 2nd, Tug of East and West ot Range 9, prize, box ctgars. Potato Race on p. tn 1st prize Snd prize Bucking p. m., 1st prize ?25.00; 2nd prize Foot race at p. .prize 2ml, 50e. Girls' race at p.m., 1st prize J1.00; BOc. .Ladies race at p.m., 1st prize 2nd, 75c. Fat Man's race at p.m., 1st prize, Jl.oO; Novelty race at p. m 1st 2nd; Sack race at 1 p. m., 1st priie 2nd, Wheelbarrow race at p.m., .1st. J2.00; 2nd, 100 Yard dash at p. in., 1st, f5.00; 2nd, Jir' E ATHLETES YIELD ,il TO SAVE LIFE Seattle, May 27.-rTliree. athletes, at tlie University of .Washington .re- sponded tday to a call from a-hospi- tal for volunteers to give a total ot 100 square Inches of skin to save the life of Albert Schinke, aged 40, who is Buffering.from. an1.'Infection of the shoulder. MileB Carey, pitcher on the varsity baseball team, -Ben Mayfleld, a football player, and Delancey Price, a boxer and wrestler, volunteered. The surgeon at the -hospital said the skin-grafting operation was success- ful The students resumed their stud- ies at the university soon after the operation. Washington Chicago Detroit Philadelphia St. Louis AMERICAN Won 24 19 17 15 16 .13 12 12 .66' 14 J8 IS 1II 20 .622 .894 ..4811 ;441 .429 .864 SATURDAY'S GAMES New York's Sixteenth. Boston, May York'made it 1C straight victories hy defeating Bbs-i ton in two games, 4 to 3 and 2 to 1. Up to the eighth of the open- ing game the Boaton team had little opportunity for scoring, hut in that session Gowdy singled arid Connolly, batting for Allen, did likewise. Maran- ville sacrificed, and after Evors had copped to Fletcher, Collins hit to Merkle, who made a good stop but threw wild to Anderson at first base and two runs came in, tying tho score. In tho ninth Robertson .singled and went to second on Comptpn's fumble. Doyle hied to Collins ..and Kauff was purposely passed. Fletcher drove in tho winning run with a single to left. In the second game Ragan held New York to five hits, all of which were for extra bases, and the two runs scored were both earned. Benton kept the Boston hits well scattered until the eighth, when the basea were filled with none out. A double play follow- ed, Maranville scoring while It was being made. First New 12 4 Boston................ 3 l> >1 Anderson and Rariden; Allen, Hughes and Gowdy. Second 'ie New York......... Benton and Dooin, Rarideri; Ragan and Gowdy. Superbas Back In, First F-'ace Philadelphia, May won two games from 8 to 3 and 6 to 0, and took first place from the home team. First game- Brooklyn S 12 Philadelphia..........-3 3 SATURDAY GAMES Lee Magee Clouts Ball New York, May York again defeated Boston, 4 to 2. It was the sixth consecutive victory for Do- novan's men over the world's cham- BJa'irmore. luj-d In connection t_lo school just' finished of tlie officers.of the iiowland. Capt.'Day and Capt. Lancaster, have just completed the examination of the officers and non-coms, and although the results will not be known for some the remarks passed by the board would indicate that they were generally satisfied. On Saturday at pions. including three ill Boston. Keating won his first victory of the season for New York and held Boston to three hits. The batting of Mageo, tho former Federal league star, fea- tured. He hit Ruth for two singles and a double. 4 8 2 Keating and Ruth and Thomas; Walters. Indian-Sox Game Postponed At Sox game postponed, rain. Washington Back in First Place Washington, May went into first place again, defeating Philadelphia twice, 5 to 3 and to 1. while Cleveland was idle. Gallia out- pitched Bush in the first game, in which Jamieson drove in three of the' Senator's runs and scored one him- self. In the second game Washington scored all its runs in the fourth in- ning on a pass to Foster, hits by Milan and Jamieson, an inficlil out and a pitch by Nabors. .Tulnifori "'adelphia scoreless until the 1 when a pass, an out te produced a run. i. .t Philadelphia.......... S fi 2 Washington.......... 5 S 2 Bush and .Myers; Gallia and Henry, Ainsmith. Second Pfeffer and Meyers -Chalmers, Mc- jQuillan and Burns. Second gaine Brooklyn Philadelphia AMATEUR PLAYER KILLED Jlich., '..Miy- first baseball fatality, of the year .was recorded. today with Geo. White, 22- year-old factory, employee as the vic- tim. In a game between.the married and the single men of the Michigan liu- hricatbr company, White, a newly-wed, was struck helow. the heart by a pitched ball.' He rah'to first, but fell dead just as he rounded' the.bag. CUE TITLE BYiONC POINT Pittsburg, May Charles Mc- Court, of won the three cushion billiard championship of the world here last night' by defeating Charles Ellis, also of'Pittsburg, in the final block of the series, the total score being 160 to 149 The score tonight was: McCodrt, Ellis; 76 innings Ellis won tbs title from Al fred DS'Oro in Philadelphia three r TWO LIGHTWEIGHTS MATCHED. Chicago, May Hammer and Johnny" lightweights have been matched to fight ten rounds July 4 at East Chicago The same grateful goodness that urged Col. Otter to praise TUTTIFRUTTI GUM K) highly during the South African War makes it to- day the favored choice of. our boys in France." ,But now bur boys have the added ad- vantage of a more con- venient package. Bach of thefivesticki wrapped in wax paper and tinfoil. Any of five mellow flavore to choose from. Your dealer has Tutti Frutti in the new package. .ORIGINATORS Coombs and Miller; D.emaree.and allifsr. Whalea Defeat Radt Cincinnati, May hits and bases'on balls enabled Chicago to take the third game of the series with Cincinnati, 3 to 2. In the first. inning Flack was given a pass, Williams singled and Flack scored on Schulte's single. Zimmerman's sacrifice' fly brought in' Williams. The. visitors scored their .last run .In the third in- ning when McCarthy tripled and scored on Williams' Hal Chase made a three-bagger and scored a run for the Reds.. Chicago Cincinnati 2 P Vaughn and Fischer; Schneider and Clarke. L Pirate-Cardinal Game Postponed At St. PittBbnrg-St. Loins game postponed, rain." SUNDAY GAMES' Won in the Ninth Cincinnati. May niMh It ning batting rally, helped by error, Cincinnati won the last game of the series with Chicago here today 3 to 2. Chicago Cincinnati 2 10 3 Seaton and Fischer; Schulz, Mose- ley and Wingo. Pirates Took boubieheader St. Louis, May took two trom St. Louis'here today, 4 to 0 and to i. In the 'first -game St. Louis could do-nothing with Miller and Cooper while Pitsburg pounded Doak hard In the second: game the visitors batted Meadows out of the boi In Uie fourth This, game -.las called at the end of the fifth to the players to catch a train: First Pittsbmg St Louis F Miller, Cooper and A Doak, Wilson and Snyder. Second Pittsburg St. Louis 4 1 0 81 Wilson; Mamaui and Gibson, Meadows and anyder. _ EDDIE Chicago, May 27 Persistent re afloat that MJIi CoUlns slated to succeed Clarence fants Rowlan.l manager of the Chicago is furious over the poor shoeing of his team, tout ed before the season as a pennant contender Those nupponed to be on the Inside whisper that it need cause no surprise If something wtth' in 'two weeks. En route to Buenos Aires, Bonus Leonard might land in Mexico and lorner Villa It would be good prac tice for cornering Freddie Welsh _____ _ Milburn Saylor didn't lilfa single punch on Charlie White In their scheduled ten round go at Cincinnati last Thursday night White knocked Saylor to the floor for the count of four before a minute of the fim round had passed Saylor came up and White landed the knockout blow Ronnie McDonald did a little better than this In his brief term Im the ring with Harrj Anderson here on the evening o? the'2-rd MoDoMSd succeeded In getting In1 one wallop, although H was a dying Mck Philadelphia 1 Washington Nabors, Wyckoff Schang; John; son and Ainsmith. Tigers Break Losing Streak Detroit, May Detroit broke Its losing streak, winning from St. Louis, 3 to 1, after eight successive defeats on its recent eastern trip. Except for the first inning, when Austin's double and Sisler's single gave the Browns compliment the regiment on the line body of men gathered together. Sorgt. MacGregor, who nas received the ap- pointment as regimental sergt-major. is an old veteran, having to his credit a medal won in Souill Africa, besides six others. Major Bagley, who took the 15th Ught Horse to England on llio occa- sion of the last coronation, is busy organizing a band, and is anxious to hear from a few good players. Over are available to get the neces- sary instruments, this being only about one-third what is expected to spend on the total cost. Capts. Verge and Hutchinson have gone to Ottawa to take the musketry course, and it is expected that others will be sent shortly. The-only regret of those connected with the regiment Is the small terri- tory alloted for recruiting, it being freely admitted by all who have seen the men so far enlisted that they are as fine a body as could be wished. Considering these have all practically come from'the farms, mines and lum- ber where men know what 'tlie above statement is easy to believe, but-to get many more from the territory; alloted will soon be an impossibility, 'as the men are not to be had. It was stated by the major on his visit- that 'just as soon as the regi- ment is 600'Strong they would be moved which means that another 140 men have to be obtained, dist church on Wednesday afternoon, Should this be read by any eligible when Rev. A. A. Lytle united In 11. _ 1 n it Tl their scortj, trouble. St. Louis Detroit Coveleskie was never in Wellman. and Hartley; Coveleskie and Stanage. SUNDAY GAMES A Punk Game Detroit, May won a list-' less slugging match from St. Louis here today. The score was 6 to 3. The Tigers-found their ancient ho'o-.. doo, Bob Groom, easy and drove him from the mound in the third inning. St. Louis 3 .3 3 Detroit '6 10 0 Groom, Park and Hartley; Dauss and Stanage. Indians Bumped -Chicago, May shut .out Cleveland 2 .to 0. in both games of a doubleheader here today. The first game was a pitchers' duel between Scott and Courabe.. .The locals, won by opportune hitting In.the second game. Morton's winning streak was broken. He had won eight straight before he met defeat, and his down.; fall was the direct result of erratic support. t Cleveland 0 4. 0 Chicago.............. 2 6 0 Coumhe and O'Neill; Scott and. Schalk. Second v> 0 7 4 2 4 1 Morton, -Coveleskie and O'Neill; Fa; ber and Schalk. COAST LEAGUE SATURDAY GAMES Los Angeles 4; Oakland 1. Sail Francisco 6; Salt Lake 9.O Portland 2; Vernoh 4. SUNDAY GAMES San Francisco 2; Salt Lake 8. 10th) Afl non 2 Morning Angeles 5; land 4. Afternoon Angeles 10; Oakland 6. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION SATURDAY. GAMES Louisville 6; Columbus 3. Indianapolis 1; Toledo 1. (Called end ninth, rair. and darkness.) St. Paul 1; Milwaukee 2. Minneapolis 6; Kansas City .1.' SUNDAY GAMES Kansas City.'3; Minneapolis 1. Indianapolis 4.; Toledo 2. Milwaukee 2; St. Paul 4. Colurabusi4; .Louisville 1. NORTHWESTERN SUNDAY GAMES Vancouver 4; Tacoma 1. .First 11; Great Falls Great Falls 4. Spokane 1; Seattle 4. NORTHERN SUNDAY GAMES Winnipeg 11; Duluth 6. Virginia 0; Superior 1. INTERNATIONAL SUNDAY Baltimore .4; Newark 0. Richmond at Montreal, postponed, wet grounds. Officers 'Complete the Training Area .f or. Hecruit- Is Too Small DISTRICT NEWS CLARESHOLM. (I'Vom the Review Sam liyce, who enlisted with the 13th, was killed in Franco some ngo. Hu was one or tho hoys drafted from the 13tli and sent to tho front. .Major Lyndon was In town on Sat- urday looking tor recruits. Ho ex- uests the 13th to leave for tho front some time in June. Jack Gray has enlisted in the American 'battalion. A. H. Plavlo has purchased Mr. Walton's dairy herd and is moving them to Cranbrook, Ji. C. It is reported Mr..Baldwin, at one time member of ''the Bank of died.In France recently. BURDETT. IFrora the Grassy Lake Gazette.) The Blaine Drug and Book Co. of Bow Island are, toponing a branch store in Burdejlt. It'Wf'1 occupy tlie .building one door'.south' of the phone On Monday evening a few friends gathered of .Mrs. Fall i to hid II. EL TuBtran, assistant C.P.R. i i t -I to [Jlu rl. AUOtlnll, nooioLnui. ternoon the whole of the men avail-, dh Ho is leavlllg U) tok( able were paraded and inspected by j ,0.111.11 at Hillcrest. as assistan: Major Howland, who took occasion to i Ilia roirtmttnt nil Ihf" UllP L. iBUchanan. from Spokane, Waslu. lias taken rver the manage- ment of the pool room here. Mr. Buchanan has purchased an option from Frank Glark.. Mr. and Mrs. Kerkham held a very successful sale on Monday at their home. Mr. Kerkham is .leaving immediately to join Ills regiment, the 310th, in Moose Jaw, where Mrs. Kerkham .and .the children will fol- low him later. A farewell party1 by Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Anderson on. Friday at their .home in' .honor of Mr. and Mrs. Kerkham.' During the evening R. Fletcher presented them with a little token of remembrance from their Burdett friends. PINCHER CREEK. (From the Echo.) Dandelion greens are good eatiug. quite as good as the ordinary spinach. Why not give C. of L., a butt in t'he eye. when such enormous quan- tities of food supplies are available without money, without price. All you need is a knife to cut off the greens. Herbert Husband, has secured a position with Jackson and Co., Drug- gists and Stationers, of Lethbridge and left on Sunday night last to take up his duties there. Ul" One of the prettiest .weddings of .tie season was" celebrated', in the Metho- young man .who has not answered the call, and who-is physically nt, he will find that there is ah opening tor him with" a good amongst men-of good reputatioii.'Mn the ranks are an old McGill man, one from Dub- lin university, besides about 15 train- men from-the C.P.R. During the last the operators of the Western Union have joined the sig- nalling section, also two from the head office1 of the C.P.R. at Calgary, who will also be attached :to the sig- nal .section. During the next two weeks an "active recruiting campaign is to! he' carried out by those officers who. have completed the school, and every nook and corner will be gone over b.tween Pihcher and Coleman, in the effort to get any remaining men who iiaVn'fHt yet joined. Some of the districts" will be from' 50' to 60 miles1 from the towns, but the officers w'ho are going out .will .sacrifice all comforts ;sp as .to enable the battalion to .set'to .better strength. marriage William M. Read and Jessie Lavina Thornelow, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. .Arthur of Pin- Cher Station. Lieut. W. Sharpe is now second in command of his squadron, the Fort Garry Horse, and lias -been in the firr ing fine. George and Norman Knight are in regiment. Symbnds left on Monday for Red Deer-to join her husband who has accepted a position with the P; Burns ft .Company uranch'there. (From the'.Advocate.) On May "15th, Mrs. W. H. Brant and Mrs. Trail gave a social afternoon at the residence of the lat- ter, to the members; of. the Ladies' Aid. During the afternoon 'Mrs. W. A. Howes, the; president, on behalf of the members, presented. Mrs. D. K. Allan with a number of suitable gifts. Including an ebony toilet set, as a .....of '._ the esteem Mr. ,T. E. O'Rourke, of T Strathmore, the town after-the province goes dry. It-is freely rumored that_pne, if not the two hotels, will close their doors, as tlie transient trade is totally in- adequate to--warrant their keeping H: Putnam, the local criminal busy his busi- ness "before leaving .for Maclood where he has Joined the 191st, and has-been promoted to the-rank of captain. Sergt-Major Loftus and Capt.'Day have left-fpr Medicine Hat in connec- tion-, with the 18th C.M.R. f .Quarterniaster-Sergt. Miiiier of the staff, Calgary, has ar- rivedlAinrtpwn, 'and will the iheitf'tilr'ee'w.eeks. instruct the ineii of th4 aid york. V'' contest in connection WitlfUnV soldiers will be..held, in the which ,'some, good expected to .be'jseen. M Morning game (called at end o.t'lh.V1 FIGHTING SPIRIT...... 6; Verhopje.' AMONO-THE RUSSIAN WOMEN. May spirit that to fight was s'howh aihobg the fisherfolk colony at Novgorod recently when" Polegbya Mandrin returned wounded from her regiment fighting ta seven ac- tions. She recruited seventy girl -warriors among-the fisherfolk arid when Gen- eral'Kuropatkin arrived from his es- tate-at Pskoff she fell on her knees before and to .allow :the fi.n'er.'g'i'rls' brigade :to go to the 1 {Kuropatkfci rgftwed -'because women''are' in the Rus- sian 'So'.they du't off-their-long nien and1 acEttereil themJe'lvps'among the troops over the thousand jn.lle front. These fisher- girl wirriprs rely "on the unwritten iaw regiments their nrotectlonS' ARE NOT GUILTY. three Riggs'bant officials on trial here for perjury were today found not guilty .had deliberated nine minutes. ,Po3lmatter-G.enera.l Casgraln will make a trip to England and France. -.Calgary city bcuncll- disapproved of increases to officials. _, Is Jlqssland old- is taking the place of Mr. Pentland at the Bank of Cojninerce. When driving into town on Satur- day, Mr. Chas. S. Hay lad what might have been -a' serious accident. Nearing the railway crossing his horses took fright, wheeling round, started on theMlomewarc! Jour- ney, throwing Mr. Hay from the buggy. Fortunately Mr. Hay was not hurt.' A new elevator is shortly to. .be built in Vulcan. The promoters of the scheme are Messrs. George Terwillt- ger and R. .7. Dean, and Mr. Dean will be the manager.1 The building will be erectea.ori'the site of the present Taylor elevator, ana the I building 6n 'the site. now will be used as an ahhe'x'1 to'lhe''new elevator. Building .operations 'will' 'be" com- about; the first bf and the j'eleyatpr .will he the Vulcan Elevator.' This will be-the fifth elevator fpiY CARMANGAY. Sun.) The annuaFDf F." A'.' 'picnic under the auspices of parmangay West local will be held at' N'owlin's grove on Fri- day next, June 2nd. D. F. sherrin has purchased a hard- ware business at and will leave next that town. Mr. and M'rs': Sherrin have lived .in Carmangay for over three years and have 'been citizens of the highest type, and it is to be 're.sretted. that they are leaving town. 'On June 1st the work of taking a census in the. four .western provinces will commence. R. A. Mbwat and T. Treadway the'enumerators in this district. Dr. A. F. Wilson received the sad news by wire that his mother had pas- ewtarlo. She was in her SOth year. The postofflce nf 'Black Spring Ridge which has been conducted for the past eight years 'by 'Mr. Jonas Untlnen has been closed on .account of the resignation of the postmaster. This is the second office to he closed m this dlstrlpt, the .having been closed some few months ago. A rural mail delivery .route.covering the districts forriiOrly' served -by. these two offices hjii and tenders for the delivery of over them have been l ecelved Why Is the route not It should be. 'COWUEY. (From tho Plnchor Creek Echo.) The Doukhobors liave purchased a new gasoline engine to help carry on tlielr farming. This makes sovon engines they now have at work on their possessions here. Mr. Collins, of Monarch who came here a short time ago and took charge of the Cowley station, has accopted the agency at Seven Persons for the C.P.K., and leaves Sunday night to take up his work there. Mr. Smith Is temporarily in charge of the Cow- lev station now. TABER. (From the Times.) The dfiath of Mrs. A. Metlic'rall oc- curred today at the age of years. The cause of death was a paralytic stroke. The deceased had been a resident of Taber for a number of years. The dates for the Taber Agricultur- al Society's Seventh A-unual Fall Fair have been fixed for Monday and Tuesday, September 25 and Lethbridge Bids Farewell to 61st Battery and Highlanders are products of the Lethhridge schools, while Mr. Oliver has been in Lethbridge a number of. years and IB an athlete of points. All three took their courses for commissions at the Kingston barracks. Col. Ogilvle, who will command the 16th brigade, is the senior artillery of- ficer In Canada, and though he hoc never seen active service, he has been a military man for a long time, and Is well posted in his work. He was ilistrict officer commanding Military district No. 11, at Victoria, B. C. until fte accepted command, of the 15th bri- gade. Before accepting the. .command of the 15th brigade, he visited..the various batteries comprising ,it and was BO well pleased with the appear- ance of the men that he accepted at once. The 15th brigade of iarttllery is composed of the d9th Winnipeg, 60th Regina, Gist Lethbridge and ,62htl Vic- toria batteries. .Leave. Lethbridge's battalion, the 113th Highlanders, are camped at Sarcee Camp today. Two special trains bearing the 900 men left last evening at 10 and o'clock respectively, with ch'afge." As the last train pulled out the'bat- talion 'band played Auld OLa'-ig 3yne. and vociferous cheers went up from the thousands of friends who packed the depot platform to say farewell to the boys. The occasion: was" not BO solemn as when.- the buttery r left for the east as the boys going" to .Cal- gary will be given an opportunity to visit their relatives and friends-here during the summer, it is not expectedJ they a body -before going overseas. T-he boys of the battalion got a taste of marching In the imud last evening. After being confined to 'barracks all day. the whole unit was lined, up fa heavy inarching order during" the evening and marched dowa'to entrain. It was a little imitation of the real thing. While, entraining guards were posted about the platform and-kept the crowd back on the streets until the last man was in bis place in -.the cars and the fint-train moved out. The crowd much dts.tppalnted.biat was allowed on the platform ately afterward and laid goodhTe to the second section. Many, f During the put two bridge sent to suartoer trainifef quarters 1000 men, atnete. wear a deserted air so far (H khaki-clad boys concerned today. It was the Urgent number ftf flghtinj WOMAN SO WEAK COULD NOT SLEEP Well by Lydia E. Pink- ham's VegetableCompound. North 'Oxford, .had lost'', three Children and I was all run down' and so wank I could not aleep at night'' My eyesight would leave me and every- thing I ate .upset my stomach. I was very nervous and if I Would start to swe'ep I woUld have to stop and lie down beforelcould finish. I was looking over the paper one day. tild remd of a woman who felt as I did .and took Lydia E. Pmkham's Vegetable 'Compound, BO I took it too. Now I am to tell you I am ftit-ling fine and; have given birth to a boy baby; He isj my 'Pinkham 'baby. I keep, a bottle of Compound in my house PETER MARCO, Box 'Oxford, Mass. Sleeplessness, indigestion, and nervousness are symptoms which indicate a lowered vitality of thefemala, .organism, and the tonic, strengthening1- properties of tho good old fashioned' roots and frferba, contained in Lydia E. Pinktiam's Vegetable Compound, are" just what is needed by every woman who is in Mrs. Marco's condition. For free advice in regard; to any annoying symptoms-write to .Pinkham men ever to leave the city at one; time, and 'brought hi crowds the magnltudi to date, Jjethbridge between 1300 and 2000 men, ot'whotn! about 1500 are local residents... military officer expressed last night that sent 15 percent of-her population, i The Kilties still reanlre about.-200! men to -bring tho battalion up ta strength. As the 13th O. M. K_ fex- pect to leave for -Ebgland iaside at month, the'' 113th will' then -be the senior 'battalion in the province'and, it is expected.-that its ranks will filled up with drafts from other nnits and that it will leave for training in i. England sometime during the FIRED BY LIGHTNING Owen Ont., May ning this morning ignited-the-large warehouse of Lemon Bros., produce dealers, and the building was com- pletely, gutted. Insurance to the amount' of was carried, .but the loss will exceed this amount. Jonathan Sissoas, a leading agricul- turist, and reeve of Vespra for 15 at Barrie, Ont. WHEN USING N f WILSON'S N FLY PAPS PfAl D'RECIIONS Fly Cit-hcn. Clour to rjidk.. Sottbjr AUCTION SALE OF Farm Stock and Implements and High-y grade Dorham and Hereftrd Cattle On MAY Sec. miles: south-east of Eayinoiifl' COMMENCING AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP r Weljnt 1400 1404-' 3360 Age 7 9 6 7- HORSES 1. Span Grey Mares 1 Span Bay Mares 1 Span 1 Span Brown Mares....... 1 Span Bay Mares i Span Bay Mares......................f "9 1 Spanr Bay- Mares .................u i t 1 Span Bay GeWIngs -5 1 Span 5 1 Span 1 Span Bay and Brown Mares....... G 5 2 Geldings..................... 2 Geldings 1 1 Registered Clydesdale Stallion....... 1 Standard Bred Stallion '7 1 Maie, in Foal 1 Saddle Horse r 4 CATTLE 26 Cows .with calves'by their 12 It year.i.bld 1300 1200- 1260 1450, 1300 1100 1100 1200 1800 1000 1100 i 1 Roan yrs, old 1 Red Durham Bull, 22 mos. old 1 Red Durham Bull, ;1 year old 2 Roan Regietercd Cows, 4 fc 5 tyears old, with calves by their, sides. j Sill' 30 Cowa in calf. 17 Heifers, 2 years old: 13 Steers. 2 years old. 15 Heifers; 1 year old. IMPLEMENTS t Lain! Packer. .1 .Mowing '-Machine. Wagons and box. 2 Wapns with Grain. 1'. Dern6.rat Buggy. ........_______ 1'Single Buggy. 10 Sets of Double 1'Cart. NO RESERVE DID, THE PROPRIETOR TO RENT PARM LUNCH WILL IF "SERVED. D.L08S LUNO, SMITH, Auctioneer. THIS IS AN EXCEPTIONALLY OOOD OPPORTUNITV CURE HORSES AN_> CATTLE. s 1 Massey-Harris Binder. 1 Deerlng Binder. S 3 Gang Plows. "low, 2 Disc Plows. 3 26 foot Harrowa r 1 ;