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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 13, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta 7 ' i '' , TH~i tBTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE TOD SLOAN, AFTER MANY YEARS A6RI A FIGURE ON DEPORTED FROM ENGLAND AS UND.E�fRABCEvDes. 1.1. - Tod Sloan,-' wnos'e name: was:oiio;t,o conjure with in-tlfo.'olden,goldeir days of racing - Tod Sloan ,J around" -.wtiom arc woven-'100 romances of' the turf-Tod Sloan, the most sensational and successful rider, that" ever .climbed into a saddlu -TodfSloan^the fallen idol, denied .a license to" ride after three of his influential backers and friends had died -Tod Sloan, who- raced through a million dollars-Tod Sloan, adventurer,.' Red Cross attendant and movie' actor-Tod-tSloan,- -deported' to this country byKuglaml -under the defense of the .vas only, in London about sev-- cir wccks,'.-:!l\ll during the first .pan. of thc:'war' l,w.as in> Paris :in the. Red Cross- service.*  ---i. Saw Zeppelin Raids . V.WIiile I' was in." London, I witilcss* $ 4, jj, 4. . �y ���"� ; s* ?> > *� + -', Bryn Mawr college jrtrls have taken tip association football as one of their winter sports. A league has been formed with (teams entered from ail tho dormitories, and a regular schedule made out. So far three games have been played., The Denbigh Hall, girls have downed Pembroke West, the Pembroke East girls have defeated Merlon., and the Radnor Hall girls have beaten Rockefeller. Spectators of the masculine persuasion are not welcome; in fact guards are placed to. bead off all men from the campus, but many of the girls from the various boarding schools' in Bryn Mawr help to swell tho "crowd" at the games. MISS MQLLA BJURSTEDT DROPS THREE4S|T MATCH TO MRS. '> MAVi-SOTTON BUNDY crt three of the German Zeppelin raids. They did much more damage to the city than the press of England has divulged. "1 know of 28 persons that were killed in a raid that was not listed in the ollicial casualties. Thev were! OTTAWA'S SHORT STAY IN O.H.A. Aberdeens and 77th Resign From the O.H.A. In Favor of City League Ottawa, Dec. 11.-The death knell of the Ottawa section of the Ontario Hockey Association was sounded tonight, at a -meeting of the city -league. A, resolution was unanimously passed barring all teams and players who figure In any other league. This Long Beach, Cal., Dec. 11.-In an exhibition contest Mis. May Sutton j Bundy,.former title holder, defeated today in three sets Miss Alolla Biur-stedt, the present singles champion, C-3, 1-8, 6-3. Miss Ujurstedt had won from Mrs. Bundy at San Francisco eairly in November. Mrs. Bundy evened the- playing bv winning here in an exhibition match Thanksgiving day.  For a time the honors appeared about even today. Mrs. Bundy, however, slowly forged ahead of the champion in the- first set. Miss B\ur-stedt started the second set with fast work, making such brilliant use of her racquet that she appeared to be wearing down Mrs. Bundy. In this set th/?'champion won the first four games,  Mrs, Bundy taking onlv the fifth GOULDING IS "GUILTY" OF WALKING TOO FAST New York, Dec. 11.-William Hi. Parry, the Registration Committee of the A. A. V., will be interested to learn that the world's greatest walker, George Goulding, has been adjudged guilty-In advance of the findings of the registration body "acting on some chargos or others preferred by Mr. Parry. Last nfght at the round table at iMouquln's, where athletic writers, some ath'letes, with a conch or two on hand some nights, gobble some food^and spill plenty of old Mexicans, the Goulding case was talked of at great length. Isaac Lovell, former hurdler of tho I; A. A. C, spoke up: "What is tlvis- Goulding person charged with?" ' 1 To which Mr. A1 Copland, Austrian coach, responded: "Goulding Is charged with 'being too fast, for American walkers." "On that charge there's no ciues-tion of his guilt," saidi old Tom Cassidy of New Jersey. BIG WAGERS AT GERMAN RACES More than $2,000,000 Taken in Through Pari-Mutuels in 17 Days During the 17-day race meet held recently in I-Ioppergarten, Germany, $2,007,500 was wagered in the pan Mr. Michener Loses Important Action Red Deer, Dec. 9.-The judgment of Mr. Justice Ives in the case of Janic Ronaldson Clark against A. H. Hep-worth and Michener, Carscallcn and, Chadsuy, the real estate firm of which E. Michener, 'M.P.P., is senior partner, finds for tho plaintiff. Mr. Justice Ives-says in conclusion : "The result is that-the plaintiff will have judgment, declaring void the agreement of September 13, and for-repayment of all moneys paid thereunder. The plaintiff is entitled to a hen upon the east half of section 14-38-27, west'of 4th, for the amount-of the judgment. "Plaintiff'to have Tier costs of tho action. "The counterclaim of defendant Hep.worth to bo dismissed- without costs." , What the Action Was The action was for rccission of an agreement for sale of lands sold by Hepworth through Michener, Carscallcn & Co., to'the plaintiff, and for return of the amount paid on the agreement, namely, $18,000, on the ground ol fraud. The land, a half section, near Red Deer, was sold at $100 per acre in 1912. Frank Ford, K.C., of Edmonton, and 'A. H.- Russell for THE GREAT BLOl ftra in the ollicial casualties, 'j nev were 1 "���-���"" -- �--,�---�  ~ii,,,.i,,,_ struck-in 1 nub near the'Oaiet'v the- waB B direct blow at tho Aoerdeens ,:,."t m a P�i> "ear inc yainy mi .d 77th wbo8e wtlcers announced , ' .'iji,. .4. that they would resign from the*). H. I here was a hole1 blown in the j A aU(1 continue in the city league, street before this playhouse that The coniiaughts are the only team re-could hold an auto bus. The .offices of malning> and they will likely aban the late George Edwards in the the- doi the Ottawa group, atrc building were wrecked. A, boy who was-on Ins way to mail a letter for a chorus girl'was killed by a falling bomb. "All. three raids wcce effective, -and I am confident will .be repeated. The raid over Paris, though, was a failure. The French have evolved a system of meeting the attacks from overhead that 1 think will keep the Germans from troubling them a'gaiu. "The French government has taken j over much of -the racing stock for i"se, in the army. 1 lost two horses. One ' I would have given Hhem they paid rile 1800 francs for; The second animal 1 didn't want to sell at any figure and received 1100 francs for him. "I have little interest in-the turf. I have not been on a race-track in RESENT DILLON'S RELEASE' Friend* of Veteran Manager Ar�u�ed Over Action of Los Angelec'Club San Francisco, Dec. 11.-The fact that Frank DM011, for 10, years manager of the Los Angeles team or the Pacific Coast league, has been deposed, has resulted in a lot of criticism among the friends of the veter* an. That Dillou, atttthey point out; is one of the most popular baseball men on the coast, is not denied. AdmirerB of "The Old Gray Fox," as be is termed by them, express the opinion that he will be a distinct less to the club Mrs,. Bundy apparently was resav- j.^utuelWdT tbo state receipts were ihg her-'strength for the final set. �ne , ..,____ i_ ,on ,in(1 started with a burst r MljiiLUSU Willi il I*"*" , ---------- surprisda the spectators and seemed gradually to increase, rather than decrease,-'the ;forcc of her playing �rnna\^Srihi?.�toM to SKO.O0O. of speed that _,H. , two years. I am naturally glad to in more ways than one hear that the game is flourishing again in this state.- I hope Chris Fitzgerald does well in Havana. He should. No one knows the sport better. '"My plans arc a bit uncertain. I would like to get intoi the moving pictures here. 1 have been away so long that it will take me a few,days 1o get n�y .bearings." James Callahan, the former White Sox manager, who supplants Dillon, is expected to arrive on the coast shortly. To Cure a Cold in One Day - ' Take LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tablets. Druggists refund money If it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's signature is on each box. '25c. After paying all the expenses of the track and the racing from the en-crease, .me lo.st u. ,cl trance fees gate receipts and pari-Miss Bjursted> apparentl'y was as'^^.^'f1"1"??,' thc Union club much su/prised as those in the galler-j J"?na ltSe f- 7*2 ? ye7 esl'�cla i'� ics at .the strength of her opponent 'balance, which it turned oyer to the in the'final set, and did not use her Kalser t0 I)e used tor charitable pur-usual dilution in playing the first game. Mrs. Bundy was given an ovation as she won the last point of thc final game. Maurice McLougliiin of San Francisco  and Thomas C. Bundy of Los Angeles, former national men's doubles champions, defeated Clifton Herd plaintiff, and A. F. Swing, K.C. poseB in connection with the war. HOCKEY AMATEUR PLACES SERVICES AT HIGH FIGURE Toronto, Dec. 11.-Gordon Meeking, of the defunct Victoria, O. H. A. senior champions  last year, has de- les champions, cieicaieci uniuou ncu , "thp matter of be of Pasadena, and Simson Sinsabaugh clared hmr in the matter of^e of Los Angeles, ti-2, 7-5 GOVERNOR AT GAME coming a "professional. When asked whether he would join the Torontos, of the N.H.A., as has been rumored, he Baid: - Portland, Dec. H.-The Fort land | ^J^v�& ^ hockey  team .signalised; the opening {fl^,.pr�e1 dfedtt Session that M L. A., of Edmonton, and W. E. Payne, of Red Deer, for? the defendants. The judgment of Mr. Justice Ives is a nrcttv hard rap for Mr. Michener|s-firm, and ends a long-drawn-out-legal battle in favor of Mrs/ Clark:and), her soldier husband. � ' ' �� � C. & E, WILL ASK FOR^EXTENSION Ottawa, Dec. 11.-The Calgary and Edmonton Railway company will apply at the next session of parliament for an extension of time for the construction of certain  lines from  its Macleod branch. The Kettle. VaMey Railway company will also: apply for power of extension in.connection with certain of its projiosed lines. UUUKvy - team ^'f,'"""..... �' '-------- ; ,vinnnv of the season on the homo ice test, mon^ night by defeating Vancouver 2 to 1. More than 3000 peonle saw the game, and among them was Governor James Wlthycombe, who sat in a prominent box. ,_____He left the impression that 1 his terms would be high. The Ottawa management asked the local player last season whajt he would accept in the way of salary, b.ut when the figure was,,quoted negotiations were abandoned immediately._ SEATTLE WINS CLOSE GAME . Victoria, Dec. 11.-In a hard fought game 'before' 2500 spectators last]* night, Seattle fluked a win over Vic-1�. toria.' Iff the second period a mixup ? ? * RINK TO OPEN TOMORROW NIGHT 3 to 4. The Auditorium skating rink will open tomorrow night. This was announced by the management to the Herald this morning. "Frnit-a-tives" Claansi Purities, Enriches** Fruit, juice is Nature's own feme( . "FRUIT-A-TIVES," the"fivnh fruit, medicine, keeps tho blood .pnMa^j and rich because it keeps the � wholo-j) system free of impurities. " Fruit-a-tives" improves tht Ski* Aclion ," enables the stomach to' digefflij foocT properly': makes the bowelsmtfJAf rcgullirly; and relieves the strainiim^ thttiKidneys.- By its cleaning, healing powers.'oa^ the eliminating organs, "Fruit-a-tives^lj rids the system of all waste matter anil* thus insures dpure blood supply*' �.�-�;* COc. a box, G for 2.50, trial sizev.2i>c~/ At dealers orsent/postpaidon receiptatii price by Fruit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa. --| THE AMERICAN LEGION Capt. Potts of the 97th Battalion in Edmonton Now An Appeal Wi?e* You know tho terrible affliction that comes to many Homes from the result of a .drinking husband or son. You know of the money'wasted on; "Drink" that is needed m) the home' to purchase-food and clothing. OR-RINE has saved thousands of drinking men. It is a home treatment. No sanitarium expepse. .Can be given secretly. We are, in earaest jwhen we ask you to give-ORRINE'-a""trial; You have nothing to risk and everything to gain, for your money will be returned if after a trial you fall to get results from ORRINE. ORRINE is prepared, in two,.forms; No. 1, secret treatment; ORRINE No. 2 the voluntary treatment;' Costs only 91.00 a box. Ask us for booklet. Red Cross Drug Store, Third Avenue' S., Lethbridge, druggists. i Edmonton, Dec. ll.-^-Captafn PottsSs, of the 97th battalion which^will'jbe^ generally known as'the Americiffbafcl11 talion, arrived here tMs -'�'mdrninfg5"' from Winnipeg'and- is putting-:'up tit the Chateau MacDonald. Captaltt| Potts is arranging for tlxe enlistment of an Edmonton unit" for tUe Ameril can battalion and will Jtheff ''go''-to' Calgary" where >a similar unit for thi same battalion will be organized. " Christmas Tr '} Five F�et.to Six feet ifUkHf) 75c to $1.00 1 t DELIVERED , , AH Guaranteed Good trees ; Phbiic 652 The King Transfer:^ HAVE YOU CANDIDATE IN THE HERALD SUBSCRIPTION IF NOT, THE TIME IS RIPE FOR THE "HELPING." IF YOU HAVE MADE A PAYMENT, THERE IS NO LAW AGAINST �REBEATINc.�> THE P^P^ COSTS NO MORE-AND THE CANDIDATES WANT THE VOTES. After December 21st, your subscription will be valueless so far as, votes are concerned. Tips From Headquarters  Work for subscriptions every day and every evening, too,; if you have not readied tho mark set when you start out in 'the morning. '~ The Jast week.has always bsen most productitve in othef Herald subscription contests-this contest will not be an-exception. " ' Readers of the Herald have been "taking notice" t'oii-somp': time. Don't 'waste too'much time on a "hard one." There are plenty ^wfio will, be glad to give you-a subscription. The field is far from covered!-,�r,{!',i. -  ,Don't be too modest. Co after the years-get one if youtaaa't get five.; . The big subscriptions-the five year, kind-are the ones that will "shoot" you to -the front faster than the small ones. Twenty-nine thousand votes-in a 'bunch is the limit at this stage. True, these big subs.' are not plentiful 'but bnce-in'a while a candidate lands one. Try your luck. Then ,theres!,. the extension: Every one a Candidate -egtsV brings the >s,the: fin^'i-^Mioa .vofe,1" if the tirst subscription was" secured on ' or .before November 30th. ' ' ' tk -1 '  ^ " W "Anotu'er point to bear in,mind is: While you are on-the hunt for renewal payments, remember that every/pei-son you-meet is a posslble'subscrlber, and that the field for new business'is-not exhausted.. ' - ^'--'�r-'^'^v^-.^1"'1' *"� � '�'' .... ..'-v: � ' �>:'��..�00 Mre. Thomas Bernter, 2 First Street South ............ 195,000- Geo. T./Wrlde, Kaynro'nd, Alta.'"........... 193,000 Ml�t Rita McAndrews, Retlaw. Alta................ 189,300 Mies Annie: Pelletier, Monarch/^Alta............... 187,400. : Mrs. O.-HJiensen, Commerce, Alta. ............... ... 171,300 Mlee Iv* Walker, 624 Ninth Street South ......'.... 163,000 Mrs. G. W. Haley; Grassy Lake, Alta.................... 152,000 Mlee Louise 8cott, Macleod, Alt*.'..4____................. 139,200 - Miee.Allee Rearden, Pincher Creek, Alta............... 132,000 Mlee Eva Hutton, 814 Sixth Avenue South .... ,. ..... 125,000 A. Mcllvena, A. R. &' I, Libra,ry,Lethbridge ............ 75,400 Mite Elyer^Thelln, Orton, Alta........................ 62,000 ^llaWirhibiSj: M. Whyte, Foremost, Alta. ........ ____ 56,400 Mlee* WWhd I.,Sellene. 711 7th Street A South...... 27,000 � Robert"^ard,y,No. l Fire'Hall...-................... 12,000 .John ?^rt5J�(ey|( 1216 Fifth Ave.: A South............i ,'w 7,200 ",-".MlM-:OiRl^,'Wol^iMn, -A1tara4ai',Alts..............�^ OF COLLECTIONS MADE To the Candidate Having the Fourth^Higheet Vote ; 20% ./oF\ COLLECTIONS MADE �To the, Candidate H�vinJI ,.t*�e. Fifth r^igheet Votp OF COLLECTIONS-,MADE To The Candidate Having the 'Sixth 'Highest Vote 10% OF COLIpECJTIONS MADE , , To all' RemaininjrActive -Candidate* ' , , ,.v To Candidate Collecting the Moeil MjMyJ-for ,8Mb*criptl*q�fto the Wei Herald-Thle In addition ^ *"*^?^$'>{^^ [:'�'U>WW 'jiitM 41 ;