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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 19, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta O IHB LETHBRIDGE HEBALD PAGE THREE CULLIES WIN 3-1 CINCH Bone, Who Left -With Volun, leers, 2 of Callies' Goals Serfs of England, 1, Callies, 3 Scots' enthusiasm was at a high pitch last night Not only did the Cale donians win the Magrath Shield in the football match with, the Sons of Bng land, but Geo-se Bone, the best ballet in the who is also a re- servist of the famous Black Watch Regiment (the 42nd and who left last night to rallyto the call of the colors, practically annexed the title to the shield in his last game in Lethbrldge, by scoring two of tho three Calle points The first-goal win scored bv for the Sons tvithin two ipiuutes of the start of play TJie Callies then walked an ay the game Bono scored the first Callie goal, Llnnlng the second and Bone'tbe third, 'thus clinching the ar gumeuf The Sons mit up a real de- cent game, and played one man short The Callies the MagratU Shield last year, and the Overseas the first year Bore was considered the greatest acquisition the Callies e'er got at one time, and he 'ihed up to over} expectation. t The line-up Bannermau and 'Andeis'M, MfMiUan, Chiswick and JicIHcna, Knight, Allen, Bone, Lin nliiE and Baston l-ojis fit Firth (one Chenerv, Lee and Turner BestAMck, Gurr, Draper, and Faunch Referee Willells 8MITH-AHEARN BOUT IS CALLED OFF London, Aug fight arranged between Gunboat Smith, the American heal) weight .pugilist, and Young Ahearn of New. York has been, cancelled sals for Aiueilea tomorrow' USK They Saw a Real Bear, Too, and Live to Tell the Talc I VOLD COUNTRY CRICKET Ijoniion, Aug 19 beat Olou cestershhu b' an iniimgg and twenty- flie in a county cricket Cheltenham, started last D J ICllsht, 58, Ducket, 54, and Hlth, 50, Here the top scorers for tbe winning eleven. BURMAN WINS BIG AUTO RACE St Louis Mo, Alls BoV JBurman wqn the second 50 mile race here yesterday, and thereby took first place in the ten mile sweepstakes passed all his competi tors the 50 rrtiles in 41 minutes W. seconds, without a mis hap- Louis Dcisbow; 'who on' Saturday Irolie two wor'.d-s records for dirt track's, won the'five-mile match-in 4 minutes 21-seconds NATIONAL New- York 1, Pittsburg 3; Boston 1, Cincinnati 3 Brooklyn 6, Chicago 8 Philadelphia i, St. Louis C. AMERICAN Cleveland 4, New York 3. Detroit 1, Philadelphia 2. Detroit 3, Philadelphia 2. (Second game.) St.. 2, Washington S Chicago-Boston.: llain. Brooklyn 1, Kansas City 4. Brooklyn 0; Kansas City a. Buffalo g, St. Louis 1. Baltimore 4. Pittsburs 3, Indianapolis 4. POOR YEAR FOR Uncle Sam'Now Holds Cellar Championship in Inter- national Sport INTERNATIONAL Newark" i Toronto 5, Providence 8. Only.tvvo had-Xbrns Watch the feet that now trip lightly. All of had corns. But the owners learned of Blue-jay. applied it in a minute There was no more Vpam. The corn was forgotten. t. And in two'days the corn came tout. Soon or late you will treat your corns in that way. You wiH'stop the paring, stop the old-time treat- ments You mil deal with corns in scientific way. Yoti will take them with no soreness, no pain, no inconvenience. Nearly half the corns in.. the country ire now ended by I million corns a month. Why wait Other ways, as you well know, don't really end-a corn. Why don't you try this easy, painless; moat effective way i Why don't you .try It now? Blue-jay For Corns IS ud 25 Druifiiu Bncr 4 BUcV, Cardston, Altai, Aug. the rough out of doors life in '1 e Rockie-i Is the popular method of spending cation with Cdrdston people Numerous parlies all summet -been continually comiu'g and going to the Waterton Lakes resort, or' the Belly RHer lakes which are situ faten 3iist Tvest of Old Chief Mounlam (in the UJlited States: In accoruancb ith plans n hich e been made for some time past, the M.itual Improvement association gins of both here packed theit out- fits lind hied for the wilds on .tile. 1 Otii nat Thev numbered in the neighboi hood of seventy all told, and in two pal lies About thirtj from the First spent their weeks tup at the Waterton Lakes, v ''Jle about forty from the second ward tt ent to the Bellj Ruei bakest Thev returned last Sunday From all the descriptions given the Herald .correspondent; the who range in age from fourteen vears to tuentv, enjojed one of the most de hghtful trips ever known Their cited perilous mountain climbs, Ions journejs on horseback through trackless the .sighting at close quarters of one and over twenty mountain goats, the pleasant swiihs in the rivers and lakes; and the near drowning and rescue of one .of the joung girls was carried be- Nocd her depth bv the current gives I enough, material for a Their.sun-tanned appcarance'gives one this Idea ..of: health, and of happy days spent with natnio heneath of a warnrsnn. t The onlv gloomv feature of the en tire trip was the slight injury to three members, .of .the-.Belly ;Rlver -party" Miss Hazel Austin.had the misfortune to fall upon tlie rocks and sprain her arm on the next-to last day in-camp However, :w-ith.the-skriful care- of sev- eral nurses, who were in soon-relieved of pain. Miss Susie titcher sustained a severe fall from being dragged from, her pony a tree which, hung over a mountain path and was fn" a fen nun utes. With the she was soon able to re-mount and. ride on. Vern Thorpe, one of the drivers, while a. team at the. river.ltook a "header" in company with ani- mals, over .a, citibank into deep watei All scrambled out and with the excep- tion of a'-few bruises received by. the young man, no harm was done. Bishop Duce, who. accompanied the Second ward party, says that these trips, to his mind, are the finest things [that could nossibly be instituted as a feature of M I A work x AM. ASSOCIATION Kansas Cits 3, Milwaukee 5 Cleveland-1, Columbus 2. Onlj games today WESTERN CAIVADA Hatters Get Setback EUmonton, Alta Aug 19 -iat ters chances for tbe pennant vv ere set beck two games yesterdav, the Eski mos taking a.'doubleheader by superior batting and field work. Scores Medicine Hat 041 Edmonton 390 Leniely and Barth; "Prinlc and Le- Medicine Hat.....3 10 31 Edmonton _ 7 11 1 Lind and Bliss, Hewitt and Le mieux. 'Tie'd Sen'satlonat Game Calgarv, Alta Aug 19 basehall }esterdav, in which tbe pitch ers weie a big featuic. resulted in a tie All kinds of fielding stunts vvere pulled oft to keep the crow d in a state of excitement: Score; Moose Jaw .....172 Caigarv ,470 Harah and 3Vally; Gage and Beck- Two: Swats for Sox Saskatoon, Sask'., Aug. old leiiable Collins -went on the mound against the Red Sox and had them feeding out of his hand, loneH hits being their swat aggregate Score Eeglna 220 Saskatoon 381 Brown, McQuarrie and Netzei; Col- lins and Walter. Uncle sporting gentleman by that name at ar.; rate-is as sure rs fate that the jcar 1814 is a jinx, jnd this big war is only the culnilna- tlcn of a series oi disastrous events to prove it On New '-Year's Day, Uncle was at the fop of the heap in the athletic world Whereupon the jinx got busv, and sace Uncle feam has done a reo ore! toboggan thai has left him Ijeathlcs-, beaten, winded, dismaved, flabbergasted Here's IhP line-up oi Inteinatir.-ial contests for the year, and it goes to show that the eagle has hajl a hard 11 ith the old lion and his cubs Australasian defeated mtcd States1, holders lor Dav is m- t-niational lawn tennis tropliv British Uiallengi'rs dcieated Lnited States, holder, lor international polo cup in Lnited States to win golf title Antencans to win amateir golf title of Great Britain Freddie Welsh, challenger defeated ill e champion, lor light- vveght boxing title ir Lngland Ovford team vFomtoui mile relav championship at Pennsvhania track ames Harvard second larbi'v eight won Grand Challenge rowing cup in Eng- land: Jjv Gould; amaleiir champion, de- feated George Covev, fcr world's open court tennis "itle in Philadelphia Races, for internation- al moiorhoat cup at Cowcs England, (Chicago hjdroplane Disturber IV called oft America's clip yacht races (Phalli reck IV. challenger) called off NATIONAL Isew ork Boston St. Louis Chicago Philadelphia Brooklyn Plttsburg Cincinnati New York, Aug IS Thomas Lipton's cup rhallcngci, Shamlotl. IV, amveil at the ship _ yaril yesterday. Captain Turner, sail- j ing master of the challengci the vovagc ircm Bermuda hid been without incident lie said the Sham rock vvonld he placed in winter quar- ters at once Evtracls from a log kept by a on the Erin, the bham rock's escort on the wav across, tel's of the. difricultics encountered during the vojagc On Julj 10, when 21 hours out of Paval, thr boats ral. into a terrific storm in the eaily morning, during which the Sham- rock's lights were extinguished two dajs the storm raged, to ro succeeded by a dead calm August ,1, the log a wireless message was received ordning the Shan-reck to the ncare-.t She. reached Bermuda on Sunday evening August 1, and found the Islands 'under martial law ,Thcre tho party kwncd for the.flrst turn tlie Dresden was :not far away, AMERICAN Philadelphia Boston .Washington Detroit Chicago St. Louis New York 'Cleveland 71 3li 50 47 58 50 16 54 .661 JHIGAGO MAY 15. DOCTOR LAUDS GUM OF MtdkiiJ Advtstr Tells Dr. McCfeary Is a specialist on throat troubles arid Elves special pcnonal '.at- tention to one of, the (largest conserva- tories of 'de- clareti that cumichewlng kept tha muaciei of tho throat flexible and prevents.stiffnes: ISCHAKgED Many Doctors Suggest Not as a Medicine, BUT to cleanse and preserve the teeth, massage the gums, sweeten the mouth and breath, stimulate the appetite, promote digestion by increasing the flow of saliva. The new air-tight, dust-proof, damp- proof, sealed package brings it to you in all its original goodness. Chew it after every meal MADE IN CANADA, Wra. Wrigler Jr. Scott Street, TORONTO 52 19 37 FEDERAL FEllERAl. .Indianapolis Chicago Baltimore BrcokU-n Kansas City St. Louis Pittsluirg 50 4S GO 49 57. -IS 5-1 -IS Philadelphia, Pa Aug 18 "Ger- won a new sobriquet vcsterddj 1 lie "clown of baseball" shed bis antie.s and his connect on wlt'i Clark Giiflith's aggregation several hours while hVessayed the role of "Gooil Samaritan'1 in the police court of Magistrate MacFar- laiici "Germany" accompanied the magis- trate to the hearings in. the Second and Christian street station and when the hearings opened suggested he be allowed toldefchd all the "drunk anil disorderlies. on the slate.. The magistrate yielded attcr argument because "Germany'1 was a close friend "Germany1' elucidated: fervently, on 557 I the injustice of sending .a pr.or man 5J7ito {all for dais, when a rich 508' man" is sent home in a taxical) The 495 magistral? listened to the end, look- ,486 'oil at then at the pris- 44r, j oner, and weallv said, "discharged" J22l ;The diblntuebtcd lawjcr shook hands with each as llicy passed, slip- ped them a1 quarter, and then as tbe last riian turned from the dock gath- Vtl'ciDd them in a bunch and led them to a restauiaiit lot a square meal COALDALE NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Honeysett and 'Mrs. Ed. Brown and her guest, Miss'Edna Bol- tbn of Blalrmore. spent the week-end at.the river camping. Mr. and'Mrs.JT. A. Suggilt and fam- ily and. their'guest, Sirs. Linton of Cowley, are spending a few days at the Waterton Lakes. i The Ladies' Aid was pleasantly en- tertained last Wednesday afternoon at Sirs. Prank Knapp's. There was a large' attendance and delicious re- freshments were served. Mrs. -Chris Neilson ot Lethbridge spent a few days with Mrs. Haley 'last week. The rainfall has been heavy aiid haying is delayed for a few days. The crop is large and in Quite a lot o. wheat around hero Is In shock. Mr. .Dimmer, Cameron ranch, will-thresh this week. 539' 50i I WESTERN CANADA SabKatnon Hat Jaw lie.'im Edmonton .60 56 53 BURNS SOLD TO LOUISVILLE Loimvillc Ks Aug President 430 W athpii announces that he has seemed .4t5l Southpaw Bill Burns, former White 429 Sox, from Minneapolis at the waiver figure SLUGGING IS COSTLY ,_ HerrihU, .Heirina's first, sackcr, was IncJ Cor ta'h ot two pinches he lock at .Umpire Hccke-r on Saturday This with slapped on by. Becker, made his punches cost him each, JV1ORGAN 'SIGNS CONTRACT Pa.r Aug. Morgan, Washington second baseman; has .signed a tlireevcar contract He is the third .of the Washington infield to sign for a long term, following Can- I'll and'FoBlci PIEH BUMPED Si .Pieh, formerly of v'liethbridge, started 'the game for the Yankees, but was yanked by Chance in the third three runs were scored off his ilclncij To Grow Hair On A Bald Head BY A SPECIALISE Thousands of people suffer from baliness and falling hair who, having tried nearly every .advertised hair tonic and hair-grower without, results, have resigned themselves to 'baldness and its attendant discomfort Yet their-case is not hopeless; the follow ing simple home prescription has made hair grow after jearn of bald- ness, and is '.nequalled for re storing gray hair to Ita original color, stopping hair from falling out. and destroying the dandruff germ It will hot.make the hair can be put no bj nnv druggist Ba> Bum, 6 ounces; Lavona de': Comppsee, 2 ounces; Menthol -Crystals, one-half, drachm. "It, you wish it pcrfumid, add 1 'drachm of your favorite per- fume. This preparation highly re- commended by physicians and, spec- ialists and i> absolutely harmless, as contains noDd of. the. poisonous wood alcohol so freQirenily found. In hair tonics. GLENWOOD NEWS The School Board are having the school building kalsornined and repair- ed. They are engaging a teacher from laymondj Miss Stephens, to take the llace of Miss James .in the primary room. Mr. Wight is being retained as irincipai. He lias been attending sum- ner school at Edmonton, where he specialized in manual training and woodwork. IL-is..the intention of the Board to instal benches and equip- ment for woodwork and manual train- g in the near future. Threshing is general throughout the district. The yields are rather light, Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills are fust the right medicine for the children. When they are constipated their kidneys are but of order over-indulgence in tome favorite food gives them indigestion Indian Root Pills will Juickly and surely put them right, urely vegetable, they neither (sicken, weakeoorgripe, like harsh purgatives. Guard your children's health by always keeping a box of Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills in the house, Thcys, CHildren Well the land had teen sum- mer fallowed and carefully. tiUedv The results are showing the advantage of farming, correctly. IN HEfRT OF CITY HOTEL SAVOIf SEATTLE r In the centre of thiaif-tteatre? and stores An both eides. BnildinK aoolutely nitpnjor-cbacrete; and marble. EDEOPEAN Wilt ret "P Spend Your Vacation at Waterton Lakes Southern Alberta's famous Summer with 18 'miles of JSTayigaMe Water for _-' Launches and Eow Boats Good Trout Fishing Additional accommodation Stage leaves King, clier Creole every morning ;