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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 31, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 3t. TITE Page 7 "W .1 1 i 1 1 FOOTBALL Remarks on the by On nil Hides llioro uro loolbiill sciiHon of la drawl rig to n close, and iimony players mill aiipjJorioj'B, LIB well tho brldtfo Foothiill uHflticmUion uftlciulu, there IB a fouling thai rcnminliig iViHiifiB ba played off uu KIWJI as posfll- bio, imii Uio curlnln TUHK down loi another .yciir. Tho shout ovonJn ivlth [ho clilll of cmUunu iu Uie uro not at all suilablo fur the Bacu In this country, and Uio Hpui that, thu tltlK ocicaul on fujly b'jii'B out my opin- ion, n week or-HO In thin colliuu u, Unit Sjiiduy Bcbool .loa- gnci fooibii 11 Is ol1 vj'ry full1 chiflu, anil wtirti'hy lo wttbtlurt aeon Ju att-amlnuco m Llw i i dur- Ing the past wpolc proves that the IiniK hiivo no desire to sit elilvurlng an tlift stund, oven when tlioy can set dmvu to tlio Unll purls as curly aa aalE- pusL six. OC course, (.Ue gnmes scheduled for the week were not G[ Ki'cat hnportancii and your Letlibrltlgc soccer fan has become n somewhat fastidious indi- vhluiil, and nothing but the very best, vrlll draw'him out in his hundreds to Ibe iJalj Part-. 1 did a. rumor to- the iind of last week Oiat there HUuly to be nu r.lmrily shield lour- Jicxniunt, this aeascui. My H tilted several reusona why tUere Ehonltl be no further games after the final of the Scott Cup had been play-1 eel; but. as so often happens, in this] case Dame Humor was -mistaken, and (be Intimii.odlute ci.y lougue. The Clilllca diil in lot take the St. .Andrew's lonnifvery seriously, nnd ivore o'MdJJiitly cuKQiit to keep ju'flt a HUlo i ji foul, well If necessary, tliey put Lho proB- Hure c n nb nivy UDIO. So they won by '.i BOP.'Is ID i- dill not really in- luiid io kecu Ihe score so close, but their ;young 011001.011 tE did not give tbo m jmiiih chance to enlarge .U. In- i bnJIovc iWt had tbo Saints got fliolj.( earlier, they wouJd, have drawn tbe gjin-e. AB iJ, WUE, tiey BCoi'Cil In tho last inliufte, jUKt onthusyd cienf [y iliolu succoas to come hnclr and rcjuat the dose, wlicu Uio sounJcd for full time. 'hc GVilJJfs ;i sonioirJiat cJKinff- side out on this occasion; Teiinant, o usually rcfei'Qeu Toi' the juniors or carries Iho banner on tbo side- ica, in goal for tbe St'Oichincn; b .it it. can hardly thai' ho was nil u 11 luolt out ror him In tho (UK iiULtch Ihu luivu mill to play In the Wright tililckt. Tho otlipr Tenimnl, who initially pltiys at ceiHi-c, outwlde right part- nurliiK Glenn, tvhllu Llmilng jihiyotl centre, wllli jVlnllvcim mid ICerr on the IciTL -Tnnimni diugiiiued lihiiaclf by wearing H- Is Jusl us woM Jie did so. Cor no one, to watch Ills play, would hiivo recognized hi him tin? uBimlly brilliant Culllo cunti'O. LinnInj; was tlie only one of tho Scotchmen to any life Into JilH game, iind ho scored tli-e two goalu which his Blile obtained. The younK- stc.r IncUncil to indulge In too much Individual work, thougU llml was prolmbly prompted the ovWciit apathy of hlB team matCH. B, auccesj-. Me (.we during entile game one he saved and Uio uilKT he let pass him for a count- M-o naw tlie first lilt In tJie Wright er, so beat (bnt can about Shield com ti Li on come off ou rises- J him is lhat he. "broke even." "Jark'1 flay botwden the Ciiledouiaus, and j Smith and McMlllen, both old nlo-gers, their felJow-countrymen, the St. An-') were in tbo bnll-tach lino: Glenn was drew'a tetini of the Sunday School pUiyiug forward, an The latter aggregation, hail r hig from the North Ward, hail not been aeen on the liall Park this sc-ii'- Kon, nml there wna much coiijcctni o as to (low they would fare when tod against a really good side such -A j tho Oallles. Their perforuuiuce ci n. was Included in tho [rout rank. The latter is ft sturdy young who evidently knows the game, but u matclt of this description can hardly be us ;t criterion of any HDH' player's abilily. Kev-artbolesB, Kerr Imjircsactl mo very favorably, and I SI. Andrew's, on Ihe olbur hand, ivero nil they knew all the time, and were ijullo sallafied to hold tlieir clcvorer opponents down to u Ktia.1. N-ets, full back, was the best man on 'their sldo, au 1 gbDiibJ say, ,lje Is also the most experienced footballer on the leiiin. Tlnio and ag- ain ho the. better of the Gallic fcrivards, and it wag In duo to His efforts that 'the Salnta did BO well. the gonl keeper, lire tight, off some good saves, and showed elusH all througli the gamo. Oibcrs >vonby mention are Wlioliin (if only for the faci, thai be scored Ibo Saints' only Laurie an-3 Kennmly. SLill, ;ill the Sunday Hcliool liirls did exceptionally and n few more games ivlth teams like tho that were noasIDle DUE nuikc them a pretty good bunch ol' foolbullera. Wednesday's match between the St. Cyprian's and W-iip-tniinaler teams, to decide [he of the Sun- day School league, waa quite an ex- ciUng exhibition, while it lasted, and (ho Cum I whisflc fuunt] the score sheet a blank. llow ih-s Westminster Lcnm railed -to score mystery. On .fever.iJ otv.-iisrcns tncy shnpiy boinbard'-ij flip Saints' gjiij, especial- ly -n Lite Intier pare of the game, but "The Car Ahead' That guarm is our assurance to tlie Tudhope owner f.htt we hive used the utmost em re ia building U Bays that men hav p w.atchcd every piece ol material, as it pn iscd through each process of milling, ('rinding, Id polifhinf until, leaving our manufacturing depH rtnrent, it WHS ready to be is- tembled iitto the TI idhope Chiasis, This Car its Guaranteed for Two Years TF we did not pound of steel that goes into Tudhope Cars; if we did not make every part of our moto rs, ant t mnning parts; if >ve did not machine and grind them to the most exacting specifications i" c-ur own shops; live could not issue the liberal guarantee that, goes with Tudhope Gars. ihe possibility of variation in iize fty nor the use of inferior material we could Dot GUARANTEE IT FOR TU'O YEARS. To he iure of a, finish that will las' Hi rough sun and rnin, 'we build nnd finish our car bodies in our We also do the nickel-plating on nil thei metal parts, so thnt we can. watch and inspect-them anil know that tficy Will not went off quicJLly in service. In purls, sJ ch nu the magneto, tires, lumps, rims, etc., ire do not make, we use llio very ypc obtainable. This uny- onc can verily by cori ipariofi Tudhope ecjuipracnt wilK tliot of Itigh-prii cil cuts. The Bosch Dual Tjjnitiii a is the best system jciiow. Continental. Demountable Shock- Davis MJ jnctfC Speedometer! Urc oot found on any but it e best cars. CANADIAN T PACIFIC "The Stampede" Ifranl.icr "Days Gole- bration, Ciilgary, Alburla SINGLE F For the Koiiud Trip G'oijig Paces Aug. 31 to Sept. Ctli. Fijiiil Return Liinit, .September 9, 1912. Apply to locnl agent for tickets, R. McNcillle, District Passenger Agent. Calgary. Hawkins, the St. goal- keeper, in great form, and realst- etl all the Westmiimler efforts to break down his defence. Visitors to the ITudhtipe fictory Arc surprised tu sec that we n ianuttcture our own motors. Boring the heavy inator tatlinjji is most im- portant operation itnd one feel do in our own ihopsi To cature alisotutft align- ment of the cylri ders we bore them it one operation. We cciiid buy ihcsc caitinji nlrejdy drilled and ground! ii we did, jft could not deliver a car as w all balanced or as dependable as the Tudhope. AVc would not have absolute control over construction, -We could not Tud'ilOpC "Six" 48 h. Cnr ISive-PaiBcngcr Two-Paicenger Torpedo (vfiU-. complete Orilt'iK lOpe "Four" 36 h. TOUI ing Car Four-Paiienfcr Torpedo er Lifht DeliTery (with com pie lo eqjuipmtnO- F.o.b. Orillw Tudhope EquipmeDt includes Top, Magnetic Speedometer EXTRA TIRF; Rim, Nickel Extra Tire Ri-cl Rim Our friend Ncag is evidently a glut- ton for fonthall. IJcsiiite Uie faui tliaL hn appeareti in tlie St. Andrew's ranks the previous evening nguinat the Cal- Ucs, be out ayain on Wednesday Jiiglit, iJlayiiig Tor die Westminster ieam. Again, on this occasion, ho played finely and fcept St. Cyprians out several times when they appenr- ed dungercus. In addition to that he v.'as playing up Uie fluid in (lie latter part of tbe same, and sent In fine heaiiii'iii ihai, which Hawkins never saw at nil, imfortiniatelj' for Hie North Warders, the ball hit Uie jinst auti rebounded Into play, on- ly (o be cleared by ihe Saints' de- fence. Freddie Simin, the cayiain of Uio champion Ov-arseas, on tlio Weutniinater but did not CK- hiblt miythiug llkR tls Overseas' form. The bqys playing with him were none IOD good, and it may 'he that "Fred" only shines in Eirsl-claes company, but he re-dlly lo' hftY-e won that game for Ills side. One young man or: the Westminster -forward line, the outside left, had .several- s'pleudltl chances to score in Lht? first'half, but he persisted in putting the ball on-ihe wrong side Q[ the posts. A course of lu-aclitc at "shooting tor goal" be oC advantage to the Wosl- minater forwards. MOOSE JAW IS ALSO FAVORED WITH LEtHB'R'lDQC- AND CAL- GARY MAY BE MADE A IN- SPECTION POINT Jaw, Aug. Oriilu CommlBBlou Htit hero toduy (roin a.m. to ii fun. and heard pulUloim from the local board ot trado, tho Grain CJrowei'n' A.ssoclatlon und the Hobln .Hood asklns Lbat iAIoosc Juw bo made n Inspoetlon point n terminal elevator iialnX '.mil also a car order point. Prof. the clmlfnmn of the comtnlaalon stated that Mooae Jaw's CUHC was i-ery utronp, unrt with the expert eviilence submlttBil was ably I'rcsented. fte aeemert to lio In favor of Jaw's reaucsta and leaves toin'orrow 'for Winnipeg, whore be will confer with the C. P. 11. oMlcIals regarding the I'enBlbllliy of Jloosd Jaw us a cur order and grain tion [loiut, I1'. W. Green represented the Grain Growers' and E. Seaborn, the Board of Trade. A meeting- of Cal- gary, and .Moose .law rep- rcEeiiUiUvoE Is tL be tailed In Win- nipeg in September to meet tho 0, P.- II. and the Gniln Commission re- garditifr Inspection of grnlu. TOFIELD MAGNATE IN THE CELLS St. Cyprian's, I imtlersLand, were wiiliout BETcral cS t'.it-lr uest playcra. In thiil Quito, they arc. fortunate: have Another cfiahce LQ cham- pionship, uncl'l'am afraid Llie West- minsier team only liuv-e them- selves 'to bljtiac if tliey are bealen in Lho replay, for Lhcy'Juid cJiaiicea on night that only come once in a 5-cnsoii 10 a team. Tlie Salnta' Play somewhat ragged, and H wag only the clever Itidlvidual work of some of ilic playc-rs saved them. JJriwklns 1 have already men- tioned. Hnlbci-ton, a( was wcnk in tlie first half, bur. braced up con- siderably in (he second portion of I JIG game, bui I hare seeii him play much better than he did on Wednesday. Doyle worked hard throughout the en- tire match, bin would have been .mucti niorc effective, and saved himself con- siderable exertion, had he exercised a llltle Jndsnieiii The half-baclis were only rnir, Jaycock being the best cJ tho Irio. Dabell wns tJie best of the forwards, Ire mid Hawkins being Lhe best, men on Llie Saints' side. He- sides being a 'really good player, Ual- zell is a bit of a. general, and his tac- tics 'were largely responsible for env- ing his sid-5. Turner at outsltlc righr. distinguished rilmself by his clever runs up the line, and he kept Ness oa the go all the Uiuc, SnilLli is n young- player ivho so-jiu [orm, and "'ill improve. Wilson, in Uie centre, has a tendency to roam loo much, but otherwise plays a good game. The Great fault, with the Si. Cyprian's leani Is thai they dnlly too much. wHli the bull; eliminate thnt, and also tho ten- dency to pass back instead of forwa-rtl, mid shoot, for goal every time Ihey come wilhin srrlhlnj; distance, tint! there is every prospect Lhe cham- pionship shield will adorn their pop- ular rector's study for the next yenr. MAN WITH A "DUG" PRONOUNC- ED BE DEPORTED .Aug. 3J.-JI. 0. Jioj-Je, pi ToficlO, the in an who imagined .lie was a niillionairo wlicii, as a Batter of Eact, lie couldn't raise the wlicrc- willial lo finance liis laundry bill, is urahUd un Kdmouton. At present "Mr. j Huyie is-residing in llie police j racks, lit' has licen comniitle.l j by Magistrate vSiuulccs in Ihe, hope that Uie change [rom the bustlf anil wliiri Or the streets and hotels may have the effect ol'. restoring his IPCH- tal balance. Medical Health o [licet Ksrcy has adjmlgcri Jloylc to be un- niistakably (nsnnc and so lins almusc everyone- else M'lio lins conic into con- j tacl with v.'ould-hc cement mng- nntc. hi Cliief A. C3. Lancey, ot Edmonton, lias asked Chief Cmhly lo hold Movie, who is ivanlcti in Ihe northern town for Just >'hal the particulars 01 Hoylc's alleged swindling !n Ed- nionton arc is not tclfi- grara. "I Imvc wired CIricf Lancey fcliafc Boyle is licltl here as a said tlie. chief. don't tliink that the monian authoriUcs will want to iJic charge Hgainst him -vhra Uicy learn he is insane. 1 iiUciiil to take steps to have him deported Lo the United Stains the country Itf vvas horn in." PROGRESSIVE HUMBOLT Saskatoon, Ang-. Sas- UalcheiVnn, jesterduy poseefl n glectcic light olant, bylnw by a vote of lo The syatem bo one in every detail. Courses fit young ladies for any vocation or walk in life. Can- flnoled or) sensible pri-adpJea. Colleglate, Preparatory, Arl, Commercial, KouHCholtl, Elocu- tion, Physical Culture, Music, etc. The Institution is tially endowed. Fees mnrlernto Send for Prospectus. Fall Sem- ester begins Seiit. fltli. Robert I, Warnsr, M. A.. D, D. St. Thomas, Ont, Catalogue on request The Motor Company. (Limited Orillia jfudhope Anderson Co., Limited. Winnipeg, Hilindon, Reglnn, Snakaloon, Cnlgnry, Bwlft Yorklon. oxl wetlt will sue ties plnycil off In tho Wright- ShlRld conipcliLion. On Tuesday the S. O. K. piny St. Cyp- rian's, nml H the latter pet out -liclr best tojiin, shall soe a good struggle. The Engllalinicn u'lij be tliclr clover rorwanl BcsUvich f undci'stnncl, has lofl. the city. Parhci' will play for tlie Eons, how- ever. Ori Thursday (h? Callics play the good match, ivllb the Scotchmen out to have a Inst altemjit to Jowr-r tho cljainpions1 coi- ors. Thnrp is, 1 believe, u possibility of tbo holnB minus Krcddlc Hi mm, JIB I ilic pupulur captain cf (lie OiT.rseas, Is leaving Iho oily. It looks, nn If'Hit Cal- Ucs will .still be wilnoiiL AlcArurllc, who lins left Hrennan and -Me- I n lyre, STAVOKIMU5 PORT HOPE ONTARIO thool: iful situ.ilion, over- ihiflff Iwikc.OnUria. acren of 1'fa.vinr FiclJs. Uvmn.iMiun, MaehificmL New CovcrcJ Rink. Hoys prepared for (lie RiialMiKi. i. traininfc courftc. Rpccinl 'r T.I.IAa.1. (ton) A Growing Balance in H Saviags Bant Account is one of the T'" strongest; incentives to further saying. It Is source of genuine satiKfaction, ami gives a comfortable' feeliug of security from financial troubles. If you liavcn't a Savings Bank Account already, row is the time to start one. Come in and ilo it .ETHBRIDGE BHANCH G. H. TINNINO, Mjrtiser RASSY LAKE BRANCH A. B. KING, AcPg: (nenjger 51 IhteidneedK. SL, E.C. I F. M.c. IIAKT SMiTB. Mmmigtr. Mwuicr. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER. C.V.O., I.L.D, D.C.L., PrMidMil ALEXANDEH LAIHD JOHN AIRD General Manaticr- AKaltilaDt Geocrvl Maiufr CAPITAL, REST, TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES ciwitrv in [lie world in denominations of vith the exacl; equivalent in. the .moneys of the principal countries stated on the face o I' each cheque.. .They are economical, absolutely safe sell- identifying and easily negotiated. ci Lethbridge Branch C G, K. Nourse. Mgr. THE MOLSONS BANK INCORPORATED 1855 Record of Progress for Five lOOfi 1911 Capital J S Reserve Loans Investments Total. Assets Has 83 Branches In and Aqents and Correspondents In all. the Principal Cities in tha .World. A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT at all branches' Interest'allowed at hlflhest current rate. K.DJolnison, YOU SHOULD- CONSULT YOUR SOLICITOR About Your Will And have thlc Company Appointed as Your Executor anri Truttee The Trusts and Guarantee Company Limited, Public Administrator ft Official'AaaignEe for Judicial Districts ot LETHBRIDGE, MACLEOD CALGARY WETASKIWIN 220 EIGHTH AVENUE WEST, CALGARY Toronto Conservatory Of Music EDWARD FIEHER, Mus. Doc., Musical Dfroctor Kcopcns Tuesday 3id ATTENDANCE LAST SEASON STUDENTS Fwcult.v of One Hundred Spocl.'illsls CONSEHVATORY RESIDENCE younfl lady IB being greatly enlorged rtnd will lie rsndy for Iho opening. YEAR BOOK, 170 nagce, mailed on nppltcntlon. Why send out of town (icl your VULCANIZING1 done :it' honic by D. E. MacDonald liXrtJIil1 LOCKSMITH _ GUNSMITH Reir SporUnp Goods Old Stand 412-Sth St. S., Phone 1032 Hamilton Tnules nud Labor Council inloinls to' its iinnuul raltle, tliough Vlie innyor Uiroalcus tn slop H. l-'i'iontls of Walt-ar S: Stover, missing from Hamilton, rio not licllovu he liiiuaclr in Lake ISrle. Keep in Touch with Canadian Development Every' citizen of CnTinrtu owes il to hlmseir. to keep iliprougli-' Jy inrurmi'fi ihe JnflustrljJ, commercial and liimnclal cieveloiniient of Canada, THE FINANCIAL POST OF CANADA elves' a complete ami. accurate summary, every of conditions In Canailn. Ha Busi- ness Outlook, SccurilyRevisw, Bond Situation, nnd article's on rcnl estate other forms of Invesiiucnl, are of value not only lo in- vestors, foul. ID nil classes. .THE FINANCIAL POST is not n technical but is writ- Ion In popular and Interesting stylo HO llial anyone can under- Blfcnd. -1 FINANCIAL POST IK quoted an authority on AlTaira In Canada. United Slates ft ml Great The Investors' Information Bureau Is free lf> subscrlb'evfl. for sample copy and furihc'r Information, The Financial Post of Canada "The Canadian Newspaper for Investors" -j F. G. HASSARO, Western Manager J 301 Dominion Trust Bulldlna.....HEGINA, j ;