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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 10, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Til E LETHBBIDGE DAILY HERALD Remarks on tfie "Slavordale" lop of Ihcir (nun in tlin sccunil halt L'mihhvcll bcai it lakes were iihic lo run oul winners by a-Rood furwiird to., get past the score n! 5 Kuuls In 1. .was man. Hooker was miiinly sponsible for the only goal St. Cynt was an absentee an'.s scored, Wilson the I from a dandy centre, but llookt The first round of LcUihrldgc's new I ciimc (h.-it f iindcrslnnil a proposal loothall competition, the Scott cup, I will shortlv he iniulo-Ihitt next OUlenvlSl lilayiil during Ihe week, produced two the'football' lean, as an adjunct lh BOOd, if sonrewhal Otherwise the Wnnlcss brigade leir regular eleven. Turn- in the first Ihe champion Overseas j he abandoned, .and the football, hoys I earn had no difficulty in heating St. allowed lo lorm themselves into an Cyprian's by goals to one; while independent club, playing, if they In the second the Caledonians had the, under another name. 'I must a Sons of Hngland cloven by confess that the idea appeals to me.' S goals to nil. lioth games, how- I never did like the national idea can not expect too much. ever, were more closely contrstrd jeluh fonlball. That was probably all than .the score in each case would right when Lclhbridgc could only indicate; the cluirch hoys, indeed, I muster two elevens Knglish and gave the league winners quite an in-i Scotch hut (he passed that tercsting Ume in the first half ot the and' it would'he well to elim- Same, the score at the interval only j inale ihe national side in club fix- lieing 3-1 in favor ol tllc while it (vas a much weakened S.O.K. team that went up against flic (.'al- lies, and but for their collapse in'the latter portion of the second half, the Englishmen did not do at all badly in their game with the. Scots. j from the 'Seas side, Haiinerman tak- ing llis place t'nptaiu Freddie Simm llis me" many 'was not on Ihe line-up. His1 deputy failed lo ava was a iicucomcr, this season, Tnrn-i the .second halt, to A I a netful unny otb II port has had to. do w.ith the (cam's .wind out of the sails of tllc Over- 'Scas forwards were more (and, and, especially in, the later imtche's. .these have been conspicuous j hi their nhsrncp so-far as the S.O.E. are concerned. has the situation .he- deficiency; Notlvng cheers a club on seas bunch, and against a less .clever could inanaje. The Saints' half-back .so much as tlie: wholehearted support.! learn (ban the league winners might'line was well up lo the-Intcrrn'cAiatc- of i bunch of real live rooters o.h.tllo j have-been more successful in its re-' calibre, and surprised their oaposing suits.- From goalkeeper to both in the' use they" made forward, every rian.on the St. '-Cy- of their weight and their opportiiiu prian's team was out to play his i lies to dispose of the ball judicious hrst.for the honor of his club, but I ly.-Of the forwards, Hooker was tl Ihe, 'Seas did not mean to lose their j star. In the first half he beat Cauli hold on the cup, and playing right on I well, the' 'Seas linlr, oftcner tha The Callies Intiodicert tro men In the pel sons of famte Thomson in got! and Clark T. newcomei in th half bick line Of the foimei it ma he slid that lie neiei Ind a chance i to his abihh so well did I a ton ind BanneTZllan defend the clmtoe but lamfes di'sphj end cntlj nlcised his numerous friends foi at the finish ot the 0-ime he car-led from the fteld on the shouH cib of a taw of ihe mole enthusiastic Gallic guppoite s Claik made a gooi impi he cd his foiwirds nn.e 1> ind k pt hia opponents well h check The Gillette is the ONLY Adjustable Razor No two Tnen have beards and faces just alike and the same man wants sometimes a light; sometimes a close shave. The adjustable Gillette is the ONLY Razor which meets these varied needs. The lower sketch shows the position of the blade when the handle of the Gillette is screwed up. tight, gripping the blade close against the guard. This gives a light shave, and suits a .soft beard, or i tender skin perfcclly. I" 'he upper sketch the screw handlo hM been loosened about a quarter turn. This, as you can sec, allows the blade edge to tpring .way little from the guard, and "take, hold" more. In this position the wonderfully keen Gillette blade will .have the stiffest beard closer than the barber ihave it. an adjustment between these two will suit you best. But whatever kind of ihave you want, the adjustable Gillette wijl give it. At your Druggist'., Hardware Dealer's or Jeweler's, buy ft Gaiette-you'll enjoy it SUnd.rd Sets Pocket to Combination Sett Gillette Safety Razor Co. ol Canada, Limited Aoung the particuHr st u of the Llllie siife had m inj a tussle with Holberton and Lee. and mere o-'ten than not got the betlvir ot them. Indeed, during the entire game lid led the eran Lee a men> dance, but nisi cleverness more than his audacity on many occa- sions fee plajert i gient gime on Ihursdiu night nis iieior b'alen -ind hid his tenacin of pur pose been emulated m his team mates the firn.1 lesult might not have been disastrous Knight too plajcd well on .tin; Ciitlies' outside right. He TV is'on (he job the time his centre leing espcculij good ind the way he placed his ccvners 'was pretty. Tcrinsnt pinyert as ivsll as usual, and Mi-.IIvena and .McHartleidicI some .use- work, even if the latter's trans- ions did rccasionallj escipe ihe is mlh a ohful 01 Hsforee Gurr Glonn had a big handful to manage in Jordan and Beslwick, but he perform- !d splendidly. Bill Whytc'. took- ad- of an easy opposition, and. vith visions, of a coming tussle with ta-riiighty Overseas, kept somewhat the bickgiound Contnij to us -I procedure, Hanncrmau wns. if nything the better of the two backs. le liad mere to do than "Johnni aston, on this occasion, and ihe lat- er's display was marred opening stages of: the game by nusiiajly poor kicking. On the Bruce Ihe noted canoeist ind hockey player, Is'in the city, visit- ng his C. P.ldpath, and sister, Jlrs. G, S. Podger. Bruce tldpalh is a canoe racer and perform- r of world-wide repute, but is better nown to the, Canadian public as a ockey player ot tlie famous Ottawa eple'tie. Last season he was out of he game, it will IIQ reniembered, hrough an accident which he suffered November: 2, in Toronto, when he as struck by an auto and nearly illed. He is all right again, bar- ng deafness of one of his ears, and ext season will again be heard of in 'ic hockey realm. e has been spoKen of an manageT th-e. Toronto team in a .new league at willlikely be -formed, embracing -o teams from Toronto, and one eact om Ottawa and Quebec." Ridpa-ih says that" Toronto s iw arena is now completed, and is e of the finest and largest on the continent, having a .seating capacity of nearly seven thousand people. Air. Ridpath will'be a visitor in the cit> for a- week at least. He is tray illing salesman for, English sporting ons ot which makes a spec- ialty of soccer supplies. He has with him a series of moying pictures which he displays in the .places he visits, sivlng .an exhibition of his canoe skill. In Bruce liidnath we h.ue with us the premier canoe performer of the world. Jle lias appealed before the Royal families of both Engjand and Ho will he induced in all pio babihb to ?he ,1 perfoimance heie next wecU il he can secuie a racing canoe, which is required for ths work. II consists cf canoe flipping, side and back imietj nivotting, Ihroning canoe over .head, ,gun; whale ride, standing on head, and dioumng act It is that the nun ing pictures of this performance will be shown at one of the moving picture shows here. THE-GODDESS. OF-SAfiEftBUSH GULCH: An offering which re- f lira the old-nothing nmv-under the sun" idea; the most start -ling photoplaj ever, produced will agree with us when we say it is BOYS. A dashing milita-y "HOODOED" AND "HER UNCLE comedies that will send jou into the sexenth of delirious, riotous taughtoi "E.w.CORK'S POLICE FORCE- An inspiring sight; Tork play and cvcry of tbo big EXTRA SPECIAL ATTRACTION'NEXT- MONDAY "UXC'LE TOM'S CABIX" A MAMMOTH PRODUCTION. it, THE VALET French Dry Cleaners and Dyers. Opened for business and after your business. Wu guarantee the -work at moderate prices. Let us -show you vhat M c can do. let us your best Results'are sure. Basement of Lethbridge Hotel Phone the Lethbridge Hotel 1324 American Day At Race Meet Office and Fueloryt THE NEW GILLETTE BLCXL, MONTREAL say the Unllles put up their best __ to th hole, displ-u of the season -ml I tm look i ing foiu-ml ttilh Keen amitipi ion lo their meeting with, tbo Overseas in the final of the Scott ed, of course, the latter, win from St. Mary's, whom they'meet on Tues tiny r.-evl. If they do, (ho game next Thursday will undoubtedly be the match of the season Deauville, Aug. charming ittle racecourse today seemed lo'be n possession of Americans. Among he great number in Ihe paddock were tnrt. Mrs. K. Vanderbilt, ilr. ind Mrs. -Harry -Montague, .Mr. and Mrs Henry Ridgwiiy. Sir. and Mrs. Chiiles ;Carroll, and .Messrs. Hoyt, Thome, Pfisr and Schiiyler Parsons. Unfortunately the weather continues deplorable, gloomy and chilly. The rain held. off. however! and the sport N is fairly good, so the meeting may h-a voted a success. American horses scored two vic- lories. Mr. K. Vanderbilt'j filly Upln, O'Neill up, walked away from the field in the-Prix Ties Troenes, win- ning in a canter, and Mr. H. B. Dur- yea's iwo-year-old filly Banshee, with MeGee in the saddle, won with slmfla ease, the Prix Yacowlet. Mr. w. K .V-anderbilt's fine colt Lahire wa greatly -raucied for the principal even of the day, the Prix llocqimrt, bu dashed all hopes by getting shut in on the rails about the middle of ihe race, and was beard from no After the races there was a genera Barney in His Cmo, the Car He Will Race in Here Next Wednesday THE St. MARY'S GAVE WESTMINSTER A, BAD; BEATING Despite the fact that they were so bady henlen. the Sons put. up a good ?am-s: indeed, sonic of them played wonderfully well. I have already re- Pen-pel (o Lee's display, which was HS ;wrf as any ho has given this senson. too. was quite at his best, nid delighted the more discriminating spectators by really good football. Bestwiclt comes next in order, and he las found a splendid partner in young ordan. These two worked beauti ully together, and they kept Banner tan and Glenn busy all the time. "Tier at back was a decided success. le tackles well, and his clearing was lenn and effective. He is not iere but places th-a ball to dvantage, and shrald certainly be ichulcd in future S. O. Kl line-ups. I'ith Rboul three cha'nce.i in Thurs- ay's teniu. rjiifiliahinen would nve a soorl side, and 1 tiusl they will ive bsljer lortune in the U'righl ileld cpinpetiiion.. Meanwhile, keep neyl Tliursd.iy op- for Overseas vs. in the 'alt Cup final. If you don't, gel your oney's worth, rm a pom- ophct. STAVORUALJS. le Polo ground, where in the ilimlnatiou match for the Gramont Cup. the team compoE-ed of Compte Sail Aiiguel. the DuijTie of Penaranda, Captain A. Brown and Senor Santos Suarez, boat by 7 lo a learn com- posed of Messrs. .Merlin. Van Ryck and llarjts. New Kirby Hotel MAGRATH. ALTA. OFFERS: High Class Accommodation the Commercial Public. Bus Meets all Trains T. F. Kirby Prep. One of soccer games of the season took plate last opening, be fween St. Mary's and Westminster on St. Mary's ground, when St. .Vtary's outclassed Westminster to the tune o.' 6 to nil. The Westminster team won tlie toss, and Dlxon kicked off lor St Mary's, whence the. ball was taken right.down Westminster tcrntorj A nice piece of combination by lef wing brought, the firet score, for .'St. Mary's. Dixon caught a fine centre with his head, giving Saxon no chance whatever. St. Mary's forwards went after tbo pigskin again, and working nicely to WE-d Westminster s goal, Dlxon plac ed The bail out of reach of Saxon for a second time. Diamond C'tiy Hand will furnish music for a soc'al and dance in aid of St. John's W. A.. Tuesday, August 13lb, 1912. from .9-1.2 ), In Diamond City SchO'lI Building. Admission 5pc including refresh- ments. In the second half a strong ivlnd had come up, giving the Westminsters the benefit of it. But St. Mary's, went attar l.he ball in ding-dong fashion, nd the Westminsters never had a four more .goals being added for Si. .Mary's against a strong wind. Bestwick two goals. Clayton one. and Wrcnn also added another. Every player in st Man s" de serves great praise lor the way they went to -work. The following was St. Mary's team: Knowlden; Field and Holland: C. Far rant, Wre'un, and A Matthews: Clayton Rest" iek; DKon, C. Farratlt nnd Collins. Mr. Arnold refereed, and one of the best crowds of the season witnessed'the game. "Uncle Tom's Cabin" at Starland Han let Beecher Sto-ve', eiery pop. nlar storj of "Uncle Tom's in motion pictures nlll be the great nttrachon at The cast of producing this enormous feature vas 01 ei probablj one of largest amount's expended In tba reproduction ot any film storj In. the action of the play there are 50 g-eat scenes and 500 people ia the cast It Is doubtful If there IB theatre toda> wlio has not st period or other wltneised i called performance of this grand 014' storj, and It pulled to pteceij staged in about four acts, and per-] formed bj about len or a, doren formers With the photo piaj it il' lastly different Hiery minute detitll has been carefully atudltd and irorkJ "ed out, over; phase of the itory lectly poitrajed, Ing nothing to desired Everj reaner of the boon] should most certainly grasp portuniti to a real life por> al of it Uncle Tom s Cabin" wllK be shown at Slarland on antt Tuesday nexl Special children's mat.) Inees -Bill be guen on each day it -I o'clock. ANOTHER ACCIDENT HAMILTON 'AT REGATTA ENGLISH CRICKET London, detest- ed Essex on the Killer's ground at Leyton by ten wirkels Lancashire on their own ground at [mind an cary victim in Derbyshire, whom tlrey defeated b.v 543 runs. At Caulerbury. Kent had an easy victory over Nous, winning by an inn- ings and 120 runs. In bc-tb of their innings Notts only succeeded in-com- piling US, they making M In each Inn- ing; while Kent made The South Africans pstrrpbire by the narrow margin of 60 runs at Leicester. Hamilton Alig acci- dent was for spectators at the races ot the Great Likes Pow' ir Boat Lejgue at'tho Beach this after noon. It was in the liist. race ot tha -ifternoon: that a small boat, the Mo- lawk.own ed. by Gordon Nelson, of. out on the ccn'rse. It was in charge of-.I. B. Laing. and with him w.ere his wife and throa chiidreri. The Niarjorie, one of the spMd. boats competing in the race, crashed into the Mohawk's bow, cutting it th two. The boat began to sink imme- diately, and -in less than two minutes was completely immersed, leaving the occupants struggling in the water, and only the prompt efforts of several mo- tor ant; roiv- boats close by prevented a fatality. ;