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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta MAY 19.11! THK LK'nmmnc.K DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE .110 5th St. S. THE L6THBRIDGE CYCLE CO. FOR SALE BY DISTRICT NEWS, RAYMOND Front the LotuU of Williams awarded tlie sun) of end S7.50 costs, lit tlio cui'ilLer i claim I'M' 'llunk ut (.'omnium: >vaa I iiv.-iirilril tin- sum of SK'lii.litl ar.( iivi'iiui" nil Wednosdiiy evening White of the I'resuytenan clmi-fh "Messrs. ol Cal- FIFTH ELS Giants Make if Seventeen Straight Then Drop Game to Philadelphia I.OBI. 11 13 NATIONAL' Won 1'J ly !7 Matty Shuts Them Out llnsion. May (Jiiuits i'Cl. '.CIS .sin .-H7 .447 con- i tinned on their unbeaten wny today Boston to "d. Matliow- i shutting Reason of New York' pitched tor the visitors and he] Itlio Hravos to tour singles. It Clean-Up Explained by AMERICAN Won Scott, is at a lofB lo know wllot he was and iaiied iu deliver ime during December, ante circulating a. collection list aid -Mr. VI. I Bennett, and has been siifceESful in IS now repcrtcd lo be any time during December, lie said liiul he had not thrashed by. Washington Cleveland N'cnv York Bunion Chicago Detroit Philadelphia St. Louis 19 IS 1C Boston Wins One York, liny i raising a substantial sum to a in his misfortune. The liiov. -f'TG a most commendable one. .457J SOW ISLAND. (From the Hcvie-.v.i I We ilaeuly regret (o onnct I week -the (lentil of Mrs. U. Dnpny. "vhri died lit How Islunil hospital riii Saturday last, May 20th. rollowlim ship John McGraw six- straight games to .Vow York, tlio.. sll'on 'of Boston Red Sox deteated the was iliirt.v-tmir In the closing game of their scries to- ymn 1Ig'o] lvas lormcrly .Miss Slteii, j tno uraves in lum ismgica. ucmt i (lay by a score of to 0. ol- s.. where IK.T mother I unnecessary for the veteran to extern! boston.............. 3 S "land two sisters ttill .reside. With I himself. New York............ 0 New York............ 3 7 1 Ways and Thomas: Caldvvell ijoslou 0 4 S i Waltcre. grossing favorably. Another of the jilpncer i-eiders j this dislricl iiassed away on Kay in tlie [isrson of Mrs. Johanna Lycb- nian. The dceeaseil lady was horn in Sweden in in her i year. Thirty-three years ago she jisralctl to the' United States ivitli husband and family ..and settled i Wisconsin, ten years ago :no (lo Alberta, settling oast of Carman _ in %vhal Is nosv known as tlie i man district. The late .Mrs. l.yckma was a woman highly respected by all t .1 IJec.etnlier 1st and did not think It was worth while shipping then. He first sold his srain to.1 the elevators on December at n. higher pricn Ulan his contract His Lord- awarded plaintiff Uie sum of and costs. wlio lier.- Vermillion, S. U. He also Hood elevator IK cominp aoou. It remarked by one of our elevator Uiai u iloxun would lie this fall if a cron like !asi fall came again. The Lumber Co.. is to open htii'y soon1 Mr. Skov High Hiver. in ctnirgy. Ono of the .siampedurs ran amuck the other day, knocking George Whit- by down and later kicking him. The nniuTtunate man was taken to a Leth- brrdjco liospiiai, where we all hope he soon recover from his adven- ture. It isVumorod that the EUlison Hill-1 like to place a flour.) mill here. Lomond would be a good :entre for an industry of that nature. and Doslon, -May 30. "The (liuntH are merely playini; now as I have I'elt all spring they.. would said .lohn .1, SIcGraw of. his team's showing when j Mathewsoii and Kliridun; lludolph inlid CJowdy. her husband, she has resided unon j the'farm south of How Islunil for i some time, ami amongst hor neigh-; i frtd null I'rcd, all of Carmansay. I here. Errors Galore Philadelphia, May terrors whic'h ere. "People slap ine on the back Ld m-g part in the game id congratulate me upon what they Brooklyn won here today. :i to 2. call the wonderful reversal of form 3 8 'I of the learn. To me the straight string j Philadelphia 2 4 of victories we have hung up are not Cheney and Meyers; Rlxey, Myers indications of form reversal. They merely show that we have struck our normal gait. "The construction of a haaeball club is like the building of an intricate machine. First, the various parts and Killifor. Easy for Reds Pittshurg, Hay Cincinnati won from Pittshurg by a score of (J to 1 here today. Desperately Fought bora very jioimlal1 Wasiiinglon. Hay j well for her Philadelphia playort n desperately i in addiiion tc fought S to 5 tie today, the game, be-! sllt. MACLEOD i from- (lie Snoclator.) Th.is. and Houl. Alexander, sons of short Vp-v..... in Ml SainK' chnrch 'Staff Sorgt. Alexander, of the K. N. Called to catch train. i W. M. Joined (ho I at- Sheehan. Nabors Seining; Ayers. sympathizers to exlTCSS j Ulion. This makes .tour sons that Johnson, nice and Henry, Alnsmltli. a more outward form Hie sincere JH'- Alexander lias nerving in His Free Hitting Contests I fc" losing s Detroit. May Louis and Do- of Hive, in moving into his new ing her funeral which took place h cll spemllns; .house. Carmanyay cemetery- ou -May 4th. Uventv years iu Uie we8t. Mr.! :i4tli here aulet it being Her husband died in liilO.- She IB su Bcmi tou verv forilinate ia day. Fireworks were In evi- vived by lour sons. Arvid. Charles. AI- j .cancer cufed whUo U1 tno .evenmg. tougni ij to u tie inuay, guniB OH- j leaves one child 1 ing called in UK; ninth to let ihe home folirteRn inoiitlis' and a little hahy i Leant catch a train tor Hostuii. _ j weck fimura! v.-hiclt j Philadelphia.......... 5 i 31 fook piace on following ai Washington.......... u 7- 1 h rt jn Sainis1 church, .CIO I) .1 5" 1 Jacobs and HcKenry and Reynolds; Tincup and ISIackhuni. must he asseinhled. then they must be fitted together, mid.'finally, the ma-jplttslmrR diinc must he up and run a und AMngo; while before it gets going smoothly, j "Tho team is Just gettiiiK tuned up.! st- ttl Lbicag You must remember-that while Kauft. !raiu-_________ ]tanden and JVlcKechnie were good ball players when they came to me.! INTERNATIONAL ii. is only now that they are fitting in jj3aitimore............ R s the Gimit sclienm of play. j Newark '10 "I need offer no excuses for my atorrissetteV" Thormahlen and pitchers. They are all working Enzman and A few hot days wo struck since leav-! jijejiraond 3 S ing homo have brought them right 4 n around. "The features our winning streak have been the batting of Robertson and ihe general work of McKechnie. Bill seems to have found himself at last. Tin IK-hitting hard and timely iuid his fielding, is brilliant. "As long as I have been directing the" Now Vo'rk ulub, I have never (ilaimeil a. pennant in thc spring. 1 am not claiming one now. 1 will say that I think we will be in the fight all the way. "f would like to-come-hack to-New YorS" in the lead or at least near the top. fans supported us loyally we were losing, and they would appreciate'the feat of ris- iiiK from the cellar to the...top in a single swing around-'the circuit. "We are apt to accomplish this. loo. Who's going to stop S to 2, while the Tigers pounded out I J 17 test. (I vi ctory 9t. Loui.s won the opening game I by jtounding t'unningham for 13 hits i seven he was in the! box. In the socond contest the Tigers hit three St. Louis pitchers for ID an i tti "i nicnifc, i t valuable neighlior ;ind friend.! On Monday ai the Macleod nistnci iiterment took .place iir Btnv Court hc-fore His Honor Judge Mc- cemetery following the coiu-lu- Neil, Paid Vasek 01 Coleman, was of the burial service condueied charged with unlawfiiliy wounding ev. Herring. I Harry Bahrij, a Russian and a member !0f the Uattalion. Mr. W. M. K. C., appeared for tha i prosecution and Mr: OsUniui of Leth- j bridge, appeared for the defendant. His Honor said thc root of tho The ground here is soaked now, .The farmers'of this .district are and farmers are.getting their breaker through sowing wheat. Many are husv boUoms on L ieir P'ouElls hauling to Coutts. Several fanners I The whea hero nas been growing i have had- considerable difficulty in steadily right along ami since the, ram, tlicre is some talk being cir- crossing at Ashe'K and every one is in hopes of the :ieuT bridge being plac- ed at this much used and travelled crossing. 1 iMiss Verne Harris had the mis- fortune to be run over by a wagon, bit 'is-doing nicely after being in t-hu hOR- irital for a few -days.' The new consolidation of schools has proven excellent system and the two vans an; giving good service. oulated about another bumper crop" this year. Geo. Trawnfeiter has fixed so that he can haul meat-to the. shop I: on ii. Petitions are going around'for sign- y ers, .so as lo have another vote niunicipal hail insurance in this raun- i Icipality. It was defeated.by MAGRATH l From tiie Raymond Loader) The brick work on the new I..U.S. chapel is finished aud rapid progress i whole trouble was no doubt the re- is being made on the interior. The fault of the bars. H w" jhits. driving Plank and Crandall iroui etted Detroit nine runs. Tlie second AI U fganie was called at the end of tho to allow St. Louis to catch a f I train. 7 [St. Louts............. Detroit.............. Weilman and Severoid; annoy- .seeing these tor dedication at the conference. iihe ilrink they wanted when the Rn: Mr. and Mrs. Brydcn rmurned last' .siane because they were in uniform iveek from Derby, England, alter could not have the same privilege. next iiimrterlivj enter tin- bars and set all Way by the Catholic Ladies' Aid of 1 River, in spite of. the inclement weather there was a fairly good crowd Toronto......... Rochester x Shocker and McKee; Casey. Montreal........... Buffalo ..I Good bred ami Wells; leuweider and Haley. Doland and Stanage. fl "t Second Rftter and1 St.. Louis............. Detroit I t I I sonic months in the old hind. They i The Austrlans of the are glad to get away from tlic war j country, und in Coleman it did not cunning- t at the of AIon. to ,llake the Community a law treal being far safer than England j abiding one. in war time. (it Miss'Verdu Turner expects to !l 12 Cooper, Ful- NORTHWESTERN Called to catch train. Plank, Crandall. Fincher oid; Dnbuc and Stanage. a transferred soon to Cardsion from the do no more. Considering the accused Raymond phone exchange. Her place i had been in prison since May 8th, he II be filled by Mrs. would be fined the sum of fifty dollars The was paid at once. and was made by the sale of the baskets. The inusic for, the. d_auce was given by Miss Spellesy 'and Mr. Hughes of Sweet Grass, and it was Mr Ostlund had done of. the very best. Tim Aid wish to remarkably well in the matter of the 1 thsuk all the ladies who so kindly defense to the, accused.' and "he could (helped by brineing baskets, also Mr. j Last Sunday the sermon in j church here as on the ther appoint- i j nients visited by our pastor was for the special benefit of the farmers. i Next Sunday the pulpit here will 1m filled by Mr. Westgate of Bow, Milk River, May so-1 City. j ial and dance was given on Empire j The school near Dufferin is planting a'garden again this year. Their.gar-l. den last year was a success. Lowe is tlie teacher. The "Yeomen" are holding their. annual ball on the 30tH of this 'month. Jury Implicates Hotel Man" ind Sever--in Raymond j Clarence Ostlunn. j and i The town of Magrath has another; At Atwood who gave over the barn for PAGE) Vancouver v......... ,2 Seattle 1 Hood and and Cad- man. Bntte...... 5 S .'A Great Palls............3 7. 2 McGinnity and Altman; Englo and Ha worth. Spokane-Tacoma, postponed, rain. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION7 0! Louisville 2 f. 0 Indianapolis 1 10 e ow jpool hall battle facing it. Last night j held on .Monday. May 15th, before His see a fine consolidated school in pur Uhe council passed a bylaw fixing a Lordship, Justice Walsh. George town, license of on the first and S35 on j Heaton, a rancher of North un- Tne rain of the last week has cer- 1 o' Middleton and Lalonse; each additioual table. :TMs morning s successfully si cher of North Forty un-1 L. Parr of Clares- the evening. The Milk River school house has i been fenced in and about GO trees! called were Geo. Kerr and Angus Roy, who from across tlie 1 street saw a man .in bine overalls shove Carroll out the oflice door of; the. hotel, and saw the latter hit tho tlie Supremo Court, Macleod, [have been planted. We hope soon Constable Fowler demanded the 11-i holm for the sum -of re the WELSH TO PULL DOWN BIG PURSE The Champion Will Receive Between and for Twenty- Round Bout -With White New -York, May the ex- of minor details, the .twenty- round ,championship bout between Freddie. champion, and Charley White, of Chicago, to take place in Buenos Aires in July or been :arranged. The de- tails were settled at''a t conference yesterday with Wm. Gibson, ;repre- '.SGiitiug the Argentine 'prouiuters. and the managers of the tiyo pugilists. It is Welsh; will receive-be- tween and as his slmre of the purse, and that'White-will re- ceive both men tu.liaVe for expenses. What does a bevel gear cost Tlie Fprd owner saves that the other fellow has to pay for one. cost of I he bevel gem ul c.us priced nroiuul and less of Ford bevel gear, slays in Ihc Ford owner's nockel book. OUifrr Kord spare purls are just js in most'culled loi p.itts idlogetlicr cosi only less Ibaii a dollar a year as a lolal for spare, parts is not. at all an uiiumnnon experience of Ford owners. The Ford Garage 1232 3rd Avenue South. Ford Runabout V" Ford Touring '.530 Ford Coupelct 730 Ford Sedan 890 'Ftfrd Town r. o. b. Ford, Ontario Phone AH cars completely equipped, "ineltidlnjj tlectric htidllghtx not include speedometer Rogge and Cossett. Minneapolis 8 .11 4 St. Paul 11 1 j Eentley, Euglc, Williams, Hopper and Owens; Ficneran, Griner and Land. Toledo at Columbus, postponed, rain No other games scheduled. censc-of William aiiileiv who.refused j trad ad ing of a stallion, which occurred to face suit rather than pay j three'or four years ago. G. McPar- a'license which lie holds is prohib- [quhar of Macleod, brought an action Hive. The town must now let a judge i against Mr. Frank Farmer of Pearce decide on the validity of its license to recover damages re the renting; of bylaw. 'I farm land.' Lieut. Karrim 1 Medicine Hat this NORTHERN Fort William.......... 3 5 0 Fargo................ 2 -7 2 Griffin and Weising; Hawkins and Smith. Winnipeg-Duluth, postponed, wet grounds. Virginia-Superior, wet griiuiulB. Day lainly cheered the farmers, the neighborhood. The- crops are' looking fine and the land should be in splen- did condition for ploughing. enter tlie officers' school. for the camp at! The plaintiff routed a certain ou-. he will j tity farm to the defendant. the defendant "iaiied to carry out his contract re working the land, and left it in very bad" condition and quite un- i fit to put any crop in this year. 1 Plaintiff sought to recover damages o FRANK. (From the Blairmore Enterprise) -George Cbpeland lias moved up the cost of Blowing the land and pnt- from' Bellevue aiid Is occupying the MORNING NATIONAL GAMES Philadelphia. May Now house recently vacated by Marshal; y Hamilton. sorry to hear that Isaac Mutton had' .wounded at thc to hear more encouraging news from him. A site has been chosen near Bo- hemian.1'-.town on which it is intend- ed .to erect a Methodist parish hall. The site of the present Knox Metho- dist .church has >iecu condemned by oci overnment and understand York Giants' winning; streak came to close -thi-i moriiing. The Phillies.] that thc ciuirch building will he y cti up shortly and he on tlie m jfor pui-cliasor, the 'exce 1 of Endows, which be used ii: new building. The1 new building trounced thorn'in a holiday fixture by and he on tlie market 5 to 1. ifor purchasor, with the 'exception Yoik Philadelphn "Perritt and Rnriden; Demaree and Burns, ting same into shape for a crop this year. His Lordship awarded plaintiff the sum of and costs. The case of Maclean vs. C.P.K. for damages re the death, of M. C. Mac- loan at the Mncledd depot was ad- journed to the-middle of June. D. P. V.'illiams of-Claresholm brought an action .against tbe-Canadin Bank of Commerce to recover the sum of on wrongful 'seizure on three iccasious re chattel mort- gages heId_Uv ,t-he defendants. The ors, the seizures made hy the -bank, .were in orderrwitfi ;tne exception of the seiz- fioaton. 5 S 0 Brooklyn fi 3 Tyler and Gowdj Deli MT quard land Meyers. ,St. Louis Chicago Sallee and Snyder Archer. MORNING AMERICAN GAMES I Chicago......'........ 3 S J 3 Scott. Williams, Russell and Sehallt; Hamilton and Stanage. j Philadelphia 2 j'New York 7 Crpwell and Myers, land Nmiiimaker !'Washington 'Bobtoi 4 i Rice, Ayers. Harper, puniont ami {Henry; Foster. Shore, and. Cady. Tho- Baiui of Commerce -brought in a counter claim pa Williams for monies alleged to on chattel mortgages and promissory notes. His Lordship, Justice Walsh, found all h'av'e a floor space of 40x60 feel "will have a large stage which may be used in connection with con- ure of some; hogs, which were sold certs 'or entertainments, while a j (or 530.00 less than they were'worth, movable pulpit will stand in front. _ Inspector .Hodgson, of "the public! I Schools -.department, visited Frank S O'ion the interest of the 0 5 U j local school, and held a brief ccn- licComicll and Hcrence with the trustees. Mr. Hodg- informed the hoard'of--.Uio de- 1 partment's intention to Condemn the present school, which is "well "within 1 [.the danger zone, and gave, the to understand that the government Calgary, May P. R. telegraph lines west of Calgary have been de- moralized by heavy fulls of wet snow. Pour inches is reported from Banff and "seven inches from Lake Louise. Telegraphic service with Vancourer is almost at a standstill, even 'the dis- patchers' wins being in trouble. Heavy rains yesterday .and last night have caused tlie oow anrr ifilbow rivers to rise rapidly, tbe latter being) up two feet since yesterday noon. MOOSE JAW MILITARY CENSUS TAKEN1 Moose; -law, Sask., Way military census of .the city taken by the battalion (frontiersmen) se- cured the names of men who are'considered, available for..military service. These do not include' men who are married with moro than one dependant. sidewalk. They said they could hear the sound ,of the.fall.. George South- wick told of going in the bar door and hearing immediately afterwards ,the crash, of the man on the sidewalk, and of his help iu carrying him into the "snake" room and afterwards notifying, the police. Dr. LoveriiiK. testitied as already reported. Chief. Hardy told of his investigations and of "hisxavreating Chubscz. J. McDon- ald swore that he knew-nothing ever of the accidejit until in tlie even- ing when the ambulance came to take Carroll to tlie hospital. Sergt. Bowker, went on the stand to tell of finding the'man in the back room of the hotel, and'tbe steps he took to get medical1 aid; Chubscz himself went on the stand, and told the whole story. He swore he didj itot strike or push the victim violently, and had notifledtiio one he- cituse he'thought Carroll was inerel> sleeping off a. drunk. His manner was; strai ght for ward. He IE an Slav. TliR jury consisted of E. .Adams, foreman; A. Hayr. E. U. Rylands, A', Dr. Gallivan and Ed.-Ken- nedy. Hon. T. MO. Faqiiet, postmaster at jQiiebec, is dead. The threatened strike of'22.000 tele- graphers would have compelled some .our'fighters1-, to win alt'their fights, Mnside the.ring. would not support thc erection of a STECHER WINS EASILY Indianapolis. May Steelier of Dodge City. Neb., tonight won a wrestling Anatch from Chris Sorenson }of Indianapolis, getting the Hrst fall G in 28 minutes and the second fn one tlii jnnd one-half the scissors hold. new school, but intimated that ar- ,t rangements may be made to accomo- 5 -1) date the Frank children at1. Blairmore. Fisher! ?l was thought that rtrrangemeiits might be made to house the primary [department at Frank connection ffitli the above, it is duite un unrea- sonable proposition to expect that the parents of. Frank would allow their child FBI to travel lo Blairmore. even in the summer time. During the win- ter ninths Tt is very often impossible for even the senior school children to navigate their way through the pass lo Blairmore and and very often in tho summer It not be (Or small children to at- jpuruey. j ENGLISH DERBY WON 8Y FIFINELLA Considir Ounlop tb'e Leader Because who Comes Ordinarily Knows the Most, Gives the -HtnJy Andy. TR CARMANGAY. (From the Sun'.} Sir. H.' Half baa purchased n oral'store biiB'ness in a on the'- UassnnD-Empreas new town ne of rail- Newmarket, Bug.. May New Derby stakes of sov- l ereigns was "run off luday and won by Fifinelhi. Kinnng Su was eeeondrand Nassovian' third, Ten horses started. The event waa for colts and fillies foaled in and distance was about one mile und a half. A A._ A.A way and will leave shortly to tako over his ucw enterprise. 'Corp, Jnke Baxter, oC 'the llSUi was a, visit.or. .la town this week. Jake has heen iiloled of corporal, as has jilso pink Edwards'a'member of the r same regiment. The wedding of Private James Read i of the 13th O.M.R. to Miss Annie Davidson, of Mncleod.wns solemnfzeci at the home of Mra; on 2nd No mattcr'what other tire makers may do for the ;beHerment pf their product, a close examination generally the that we Have beerk offering similar, or greater, virtues in our product (or a long time previous. This is simply because we are the pioneers of the industry in Canada. If anybody should know tire-making from A to should. We have manufacturing tires in Canada (of nearly a quarter of a century. No other tire company has been making tires in Canada (or half that length "of-tirne. "Traction" and "Special" are in the forefront to-day, because Dunlop has always led the way in tire betterments. Dunlop Tire Rubber Goods Head Office and Factories. Toronto, Branches in Leading Cities. ;