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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 2, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, FE11KUAUY THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY BONSPIEL COMMENCES TOMORROW AT 10 A.M. Twelve Local Rinks Will Be in Line-Number of Outside Rinks Unceriain-Ice in Good Condition-No More Games in Local Competition Till After Bonspiel HOCKEY League Victoria 7, New Westminster 5. Coast Standing Wnccuver Victoria...... Westminster.... Coals F. A. 5S 50 eo 61 45 55 Thc-rv W i: Uie locul comj-etiliou at C.e ci'.rlin: till after tfce ho'assfil. T'se will be. lo-jched touirti, lzi will conserved until ihe bonspeil inences tomorrow. The hour set for ihe ii 10 o'clock. What number of rinks will be ia oat-j it is iiunossijle- io stale Stewart......11 i 'flu- is'tiie suindini; of the riiiis iu ilic local CL-inr-etil i W. Uvan'.oss........ Narlliern A.A.H.A. [Senior Group) 'Varsity 8. South Side 5. Group Standing W. L. T. HAVEN'T LOST A GAME FIBST HALF OF SCHEDULE COMPLETED LARGE CROWDS SHOULD GREET REV. T. BEES DURING HIS MISSION HERE Itev. T. ttecs, of MitMd, F.ngla delivered a stirring address to J la congregation in St. Augustin's clmrih vestcrday mousing. Tho reverend gentleman look as liis subject, "Christ Manifesting Ills and iu an eloquent yet biin- and direct discourse l-.e empha- sized Iiow Christ's glory is shown iu (U- ol Ciod. Christ c.ime as a little child and touches Ike lives of nirn and women in the little things, ihe joys acd sorrows, which vonteiu them, the veil which SCREAMED WITH THE STATE AID FOR MEN WHO QUIT POLITICS WITHOUT NECES- SARY MEANS Tlu- l.clhbridsc Wliist has completed the tirst half o[ its sche- ule of games hut theie are lumber of postponed panics still to he ates Christ tram the sight of children here, being thinnest at the where Christ touches most nearly His servants gathered at His table. In the aiicir.oon Uev. T. Kees ad- dressed a splendid men's meeting in ic-nl, but goodly representation club.? is expected. Twelve rinks, jiave sc-nl In their entries for the vari- ous competitions, and there will likeiy lie other entries m sent in. Tbose wbo-liave signified their intention to pilot rinia are: Jas. Aird. .lohn Bruce. D. McXatb; M. Freeman. K. .lohnson. C- R. J. A. IWd. X. T. Jfacieod. L. Clarke, Hush Scott and H. Marrs. The ice j is- in splendid condition and hope runs h'is'a for a great' and glorious j Ccmpetilion The followinj: are the of the sanies played Saturday in llie local competition: J Clark..... .r, N'ltniuon? McCviHoch t; Keid Sfctt.......10 Marrs j jI3ruce skelih Aird...... ShcjliwJ HcNabb lioyd...... Peat 'Varsity .SM j South STdt. j played pit yet during the season. The. gt. Cyprian's church and in the even- 'I'unherlands are the leaders and hive addressed a very fine congregation F. A. j a record up to the uieient, liar-1ai st. Mary's church. Goal: In- played nine games nnd won then! I Tte nicclings to kt aJdress- 16 The Callies arc- their by the reverend gentleman in St. Loudou. Jan. record in state pensions is eslabllsL.-d In the cast c-f Viscount Itoss. former cabinet loin lilvr. whose occurred recently. He- drew a pension of J10.000 yearly for his total of in ,_ only by C. I1. Vlllicrs who eslab-. listied the former record of at Ills deaib In ISi'S. I There are i.ovv only former nilutsters drawing pensions, George Hamilton, uho receives 110.- 000 a year; Henry Chaplin, whose pension Is IGOOO yearly, and Lord Slal- fcur of Iturlelsh, who also rece'vcs Theso pensions ari> drawn im- iler an act of parliament nlitcli pro- vides that a former member of cab- inet who has no means to maintain his diRiilty as an ei-uilnlster may Dislrissiag Kiliej TrMIe. ST. TnouAS. OKT., Aprtt ul. 1913. "la up with 'Vioubleaurl not able lo get out of IUT cbasr. 1UJ tried nuny kiduey without sitisfactozy remits. The paiu was excruciating aud iny Kicatus conUl be heard Oceday afiieail from OlUira came (o see me, lud Trlitti he found tue iu cuch poor hiaUh, lie woulil Mud iat a sample of "Fruit-a.- which be- did and 1 cotnrnecced taking them. The jreic ?u was completely restored to my conaAl state of health. I v.vnld strongly advise anvoue stifTerinp with Kidney Trouble lo'take "Fruil-A-livea" and cure ILemselvu" CHARGES CAIA'EART. 5OC a box, 6 for f z.50, trial size, 250. At ill dealers or from Fruit-a-lives Limited, henedicts and, ii is friie, he ccr- lainly has the Ijcsl wishes o! all the yrople o! MaroiLS. Mrs. has been here apply for state aid- 22 competitors with six wins ami 37 .less. Here is the standing of teams: the Sas'-uichewcn League Reeina 6. Robin Hoods 3. Melville Rouleau 5. O. H. A. Senior St. Michael's 6, Kingston 3. O.H.A. Intermediate Lor.dor. 5. IngcrsoU 4. Belleville 21, Bovvmanville 1. Berlin 10, Waterloo 3. O.H.A. Junior Victoria Harbor 6. Midland 5. V L.D.l'ts. Cumberland Callies......... Roses S. 0. K....... Kmtlsliicm Invirtas jliritisnias 1 N'oniads A 0. K....... C. 0. F....... 0 0 61 0 0 0 3 3 1 3 733 Northern Ontario League Wiarton 3. Cheslsy 1. 11, Palmerston 4. Mildmay 10, Hanover 2. 3 5 S 1 S 1 S 1 What's the matter .vith ths A. 0. K-? If they don.t .ilor.g the other learns will claim the games. For Tuesday, February 3iil, Ihe games are as follows Cumberland vs. S. 0. K. C. 0. F. vs. Hoses. vs. CallieE. illentishrr.en vs. A. 0. F. Britts vs. Invictas. church this evening and to- lorrow evening at- eight o'clock, will o doubt he largely attended, and all re cordially invitco. DISEASE SEEMS TO BE SPREAD- OR TWO LARGE COLONIES 1'aris, Jan. minisirv the interior is alarmed ty the crease ol leprosy iu France, and par- ticularly in Paris, and has asked Dr. Marcriour, of the Pasteur Insti- SOME STATISTICS IN LARGE FIG- URES WHICH MAKE INTER- ESTING READING for a week or EO in the homo oi her son, A. IV Gumming, returned on Wednesday to her Komo in Clares- Iholin. rvin Itlt rm Thursday Ic-r us homo In Mrs. M. Rilberniiin, who lias Ipen ill for several weeks at the Call hospital in I.ethbridge, is reported as entirely reeoverett and is especteil onie today. The A. Cunmiitjg (amity inoveil oul to the J. T. Taskcr farm east of Uarons on Wcdursday, whero Mi. will act- as foreman tuH summer. It is surprising hovi- much trouhlo one small pig can sometimes cause and we Lelieie that one little pig (aud a dead one. at tiiat) here the record _so iar in these parts. A weeks Hcrt (Jow bought. this Washington. Jau. Kami alii mals iu the United Stales January 1 were valueii at the partmeul of agricultdrc anuonnccil today. This was an increase of 53SV 410.000. or 7.1 per cent, over tlie pis a farmer east of Barons, value of animals on farms and ran- ges January 1 last year. Hcrses numbered an in- crease of over last year; fiut before it could bp brought lo town, it is alleged that another fai- tner living near there stolf the pig. a de" luo ere valued at 5103-33 crease of and had a lotal val of llules numbered 4.H9.000. an of C3.000; were vaiueil He then brought it to t and it to Dr. Wallwiu, who. io turn, re- sold it to Jlr. Gow. A few days lat- er tlie pig died. Mr. Gow ihea discov- ered that this was the-pig he had bo'Jghl once before- it had disap- peared. Everjbody seems to thinfc the. joke is ca Mr. Gow in having bought the pig twice and then losing it nnd been tept husj- setting up the It fiiay, however, nol tuni oul as big a joke for one of the. par- ties concerned when the- case comes Wednesday Jphnaoa.. Simpson.. Freeman Clark franklin Nelson Robinsoa InterprovEncial Union Renfrew 10. Almante 1. tute, to report upon measutes fitted to prevent any fuithcr spread ORGANIZED. BASEBALL HAS ITS INNING .1-13 i of the disease. Leprosy is cents, ami had a total value of J351.- contagious malady, hut exactly how it is coramur.icalcd THREE PLAYERS AGREE TO AC- CEPT TERMS OFFERED BY MAJOR LEAGUE CLUBS Milch cows numbered M.7.17.000.1 increase of 240.000; were valued remains a mystery. Xo less than per cent, of the sewer rats oi Paris "SMOKY" JOE WOOD DID WELL IN 1913 al J53.04 a head, au increase of J8.92, the number ol lepers Bsston Courage and tad a total value of in" Paris his increased in a few years up for trial next Friday. Oilier cattle numbered a from 50 to 300. In the provinces the U ivas reported here o .WORLD'S SERIES LEADS IN ONE. DEPARTMENT LAST SEASON: i.-Cour- arc "rav decrease of bj- travelling men that C. P. li. Saa Francisco.- Jan. and liart a total value of 'at Alilcrsyilc branch lo three trains a The present service OOU. Sheep numbered crease of were 54.04 an increase of 10 cents, had a total' value of 5--OC.S03.000. Swine nui crease of 2, of 54 but a change of of the lown circulated a petition tlic Heel Sox not liate as socd n seasoa last year as he haJ.in bet protesting against ihls change. signert hy nearly cverv- luc campaign with more _ acc.pt ite letnu round acd drcw riTe. s no great icas0tt whthe secretary ot the Associated feats to creoit of Tr.idc at T.cthbridgc with the re- quest tliat ha secure petitions from ihe other along tlie line and take the mailer up at once willi the C. I1. K. and see ntiat ran be flrst 45 a 25 per cent, increase jto leper houses if velv isolated. This time Scott landed that Ibc Fedc-rol League .league 3ots of money, oodles of determination ivhich and a strong desire to away the j club- The po'r.t at variance, was finally adjusted, ivas thr. amount t oihe Johnson's Performance .Had Waller Johnson not been such e wonderful relief- artist he would Jiare claimed just as many_ strike-out j feats as Wood. Or. July 'K, going to game. They Fanned Twelve Pitchers credited with Jan stars of the American and National nas to receive after J5 days.ii he Leagues? Webb iiurphy, says the Chicago Even- ftruck out in an American league ccn- last season, hut it should be re- iiiunbered this game laeted fifteen Inning. 1513 strike-out record for a S- Innine game' was made by "Death Valley Jim'' Scott of the White Ron tjlc gt Louis Browns on .Tune 2-. Tr.en K.iof the Missourians tcct thc strike-oat count, but they won the Kanio ngvert'p.eles-, the score being 2 to Scott not was the '.one Ameri- can Leaser laat year to breeze ir> also was ti-.e cniy person whirled H Athletics. T I foe, I'lank of Pblladelrilila, Coraitock of Detroit, Mitchell of Cleveland, and Hall. Kcster and Bcdient York, .Jan. WAGNER GETS A YEAR was held al tin National le.igue of- ciliic'r one or the other of'em. lint number of fans welcome the or any other factor Pirate Shortstop "has Received Big I firw today at which the status numbe "i baseball, teas'i for Seven Years and the Federal Inaguc was thorough- (hat looks as tho-gh It might hand CHEW _y discussed. The meeting was at- Mr. Murphy, a whack President fiarney Dreyfus says lhat Attorr.ey-fimeral John- Murphy's attitude in the Chance llsms Wagner has teen getting jHV c( episode, the Kosd Imbroglio and 000 for the last seven years, for the for .John K. Tcner, 'many, many other Htuations have no llml tlrr.i! breaking filoace on a moot- oi the National'league John nr.dearcd him lo the hearts of .Chi erl question. He said, concerning llie c. Toole, attorney .lor.the. National ca go' fans. yearly American lejgtie raid: "The leag-le Jnhn'A. Ileydier, secretary jl'insbnrg cl'ib playing in liie league, and I.nHoy Itecves, see- r land or.f at the Copley Square .refary to Pmidcnt Tlncr: 1 Hotel Wasner csrne to me and asked j The. legality of the old .ar.d new or a contract. He explained thnt tlu- fr.rnis of National league contracts people wl-o were getting up the new jwjs rliscussed. Mr. Toole drew up the league wore bothering him lo dealh new contract _vtars ago ar.d .Mr. j ullli all sorts of rroiicsltions, and lie "ell expressed his opinion lhat Ihe THIRD ROUND had hrfn gelling rid of tin.-m hy giv- tl-iu.se try which player is paid 25 out idea that lie bad already. V" "f Ijis salary as an option GOOD PROGRESS MADE IN BOLIVIA SURVEY The 1. 0. (J. K. strurl; rather a lad night lo: their dar.cc last Friday evening. H was very cold and stormy owl, while the crowd was not large as was expected, j-et it proicd I-ondon, Jen. letter from the one oi the most enjoyable dances ol Bolivian Survey Commission dated I tte The music by the tar- Abnni river, November 25, and Barons orchestras com- cc-s that the expedition commanded bir.ed was oi the rcty bcs hupptr Herbert A. Edwards of the Drlti-.h 't "e v has completed over of holc! Ms by ever; the fronlicr survey and Incidentally "inaugurated a new era In explora- tory Tho expcdUton fix- ed all of its loiigitudi'S fey wireless telegraphy from Porto VaHo, tltuat- ed 120 miles from the base of opera- Time signals were received every night by mo.itis of a rough re- set and a long wire which rigged up on trees. Commander Ed wards declares that rnetiiorls will enable the explorer .to dispense with chronometers and easily and accurately fli all longitudes. Mr. and Mrs. ii. P. Millard will leave on Saturday for'the home, ol Mrs. Millard's parents in New Ilruns- wick. Allcr a short visit there they will eo to Ihc home oi Mr. Millard's parenls in Novn Scolia, where they will make their home in the (nluie believe Mr. Miilatcl liaK not de- finitely decided on his plans lor the future, hut il is likely lhat. he wil go into business with his falhcr. The Milllnls have mide many Iriends RalUvajs in thy year ending March 1 last killed S4S persona and injured M1. Of the killed, 250 vert trespass- rs. Trains caused 104 fires. SUGAR TOBACCO Quebec MELLOW ana Manufaaured bf CITY TOBACCO CO. Old Country Football signed contract. 1 to'.d services the him 1 had no (or.lract made wit for "'o'V'l hold in :.ny him. He ?aid that i.iatlc-red he J wanted a blank contract. "Only a seasons after tliia I'.os- JEAN FORD ton incident Wagner oas drawing down a year, and we paid him J10.000 per jear ever slr.rt." year WITH EDMONTON CLUB .U-nn Ford, brother of Icusseil and Willi-jr Ford, n-lli pitch for the Ed- HASN. ill., Jftn. a letter to (-ri'.an aAioriallon, and rrore recently his parents here today Arthur Wilson, i labored for liie Detroit Tigers. He re- catcher for the Noir York den-1 tlroil from thu major leagueg for busl- icd thallK; signed a contract a'lth i neifl Interrsls. but couldn't refrain Tinker's Chicago Federal league team, j hrnsefiaH's glittering siiotllghi, lie a'l.-o aaserled tiiat he has not sijri- ami lias signed a contract with Kd- ed a Mil contract with McGrav.. monton. OF THE ENOLISH CUP l.or.ilon, Keb, is the schedu'.e. of the third round of llie Football Association Cup, lo bii play- d on Saturday. February 21, on the ground of the firm-named club In icfi case: Anton Villa Wen Bromwlth At- hlon. Illltrall Atbictlc Sheffield Un- ited. Wolverhamplon Wanderers or Shef- field Wednesday vs. Itrlghton and llovo Altlon. Sunrlerland VB. I'rcalon North Knd. Birmingham vs. Queen's P.- Gers. Ulackhurn ItavMt Manchester CM. West Ham Knited VB. Uurn'ey vs. flolton Wanderers. ENGLISH TEAM TO GO AGAINST IRELAND Ixindon, Feb. fa the Engllrh team to meet Ireland In Kng- land on Saturday, February 14: S. Hardy 'Aston goal; R. Movers) and .1. Ponnington (West Hromwich backs: F. Cuggy I-'. Dnckley (Derby Co-.mly) and W. Wat- son rialf-lncks; C. Wallneo (Aston Vlllnl, D. Shea iMackhurn O. W. Klliott (MlddlCiihof- II G. Hovers) and II. Martin (Sunderland) forwards. Koserves: T. Ilrlltlcton (Sheffield Wednesday-) and here, all ol whom will regrel exceed- ingly to see Ihnn leave (he town. Hay Minew has been here from Okoloks for abnul a week visilinfi hi brother, (iraydon. oi Ihe Union Haul stall. The lirst meeting of Ihe new school board was held on Monday cv enlng. The regular routine ol husi ness w.is gone Ihro-Jgh with and Mr C. A. Oow was elecled sccretaiy o flic hoard for the coming year. Mr. Mcl'arlar.d, the gore-rumen elephor.e trouble maa. her .lie latl week coii'S Ihe. tura ines. K. A. Grant spfnl .Monday Tuesday ol (his week in I.clhhridg on business. -D. Annable has been visiting.r Jatives in Clarcsholrn for two or thrc days. Miss Marie InVslcr has been a sitting in the store during his' al ,cnce. Kvcrybody is maVing plans for -ll big masquerade ball which will he given on the evening of St. Valen- tine's day, the Illli ol next monlh, at Manhattan hall. Ti.c nnd Karons' orchfblras will furnish Ihe. music and we believe that this affair will he as big a success Ihis year as il has always been. Arlhur Perry has hnughl H. P. Millard's furrjiluie anil rented the P.. Illmes house. Runinr has if thai Mr. will soon rnli-r the lisl 01 OPE TO FIND IOD1ES OF VIC- TIMS PINIONED IN WRECK OF MUNBOE Xorfolk-, Ya.. Feb. weul own' in" a sea today for bori- ;s in tbo sunken Old Dominion, liaer lonroe. hud como to the 6ur- ace, and tlie only hope teemed (o finding bodies .pinioned In (ho tech In fifteen fathoms cl water. A ;iff ,Lree7.e made the "ivoi-k of the div- ra difficult. If the bodies are found, rnedal eteainer nill lie tent out or them. UNITED SOCIETY 33 YEARS OLD Angeles, Fsb. Pursuant o ths 3'iggeatlon ol Rsr. Francis T.. lark. of the United Society In re- of 118 ttirlr-thlrd rear of aelivlty today, In many sections of tho :ounlry this week has been tet aside 'or revival meetings. Na-Dnvfii Dysptpsii TiHDs Put DUordKid Stomacte Riitt t tereldtoa to the dnpeplic lo ftel >lttr heirlr wten followed by one Hn-Dni-Ce Tablet, He piepMM fer Uie tlmost mtjlc relief rivMhup from tlie TtnouldUeOBlorU to irlikfc IM li tccuilomea mt'itf. U stop tti file the cenled to j Coutiiiiiog ia themtelru Uie i principle letded for digesllnf kind of [ooJ, Tablets enable, eren to gel the jrood out m ii eaten, nreveutiiig lit 6l food gM. With liltlo help for a while, Ihe WftM their strength, do their worlc r, and your troubles ire over. of Kl-Dru-Co from ronr tlniRiist loHtj. ind CherciMl Co. of UmVfi, Kontml, 1M ;