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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Sal unlay. Jtily 20, LiiTflBBlriGE DAILY JIEBAirt) i you buy ask for THEY, HAVE A TRUE SAFETY BASE HEAD, SILENT TIP. WILL NEVER; EXPLODE .STEPPED ON: Eddy's Matches hare ut- lefloii Canadians siDco no others The E. B. Eddy Company, Hull, Canada BOSTON MANAGER A VERY WEALTHY MAN KLING HAS MADE A MONEY SUCCESS. OUT OF HIS BALL .PLAYING John G. Kling, present .manager of the Boston Braves, is. worth approxi- mately because he did not I follow, the I wishes .'of. his father that lie engage in -.the bakery business in preference to 'baseball. Through, his 'baseball earnings and profitable, business investments Kling in iu sK flguies Ming's fatne, died.six years .ago, leaving practically no yot'-'lsi -years ago .Kling found it advisablo.-to play under the name of'-Kline lots of Kansas Citj vhile workiEJ; it his fathers trade because -'Or'.paTental opposition I to iiasebiill. In the fall of 1807 Kling enned his first money as ball plajei Iflinporn and Winfleld-were, scheduled to play for the state championship, and signed by Emporia a-t ihe of pei game, The following spring lie sign- ed with Rockford as an 'outfielder at a salarj of "pel month, but was .the season ended be- cause In 1899 :Kllng again played on the Kansas CityHpwn lots and helped his fathers in -It was at this time that he played undei the name of Kline, 'He ako began catching, for which he showed a special aptl tude In the fall Jonnnj went on a barnstorming trip with the Kansas City. Western .Jeaguers and took part in a Atchisoh. Manager Me- Kibben ,of; the'.SL.'Josepb clirb, St. Joseph and finished the. year 1900 with the major leaguers.; Tim'Dbuo- hue, Frank Chaiice, Charlie bextei were the Chicago catchers at that time For 10 years thereafter Kliiig wai a regular member-of tho-west Bide club, and during the years' when fbui National' league pennants and .two world's championships were won by Manager Chance and Kling 'was considered his the players greatest among the spectators and.thought he detected signs of futtiie greatness in backstop So Kling was signed and plaved with St Joseph in 3900, catching in .JOS games, and bat- fug, ,303, Kling and Sammy Strang were bought by the-Chicago Nationals from catcher, in tan .His trusty nght arm and his heavy bind geon were a decided factor., in these victories, although Kling never "was considered a fast, man, bases Manj critics nttilbuted Olucago's loss of tho pennant tq Plitabiirg .m 11109 to Kling's retirement from the game that season to look after his Kansas! City business interests: Ho was reinstated to good in hasehall in 1910 upon application to mission, which decreed-a-.-fine of.1700 ami the serving out of .an unexpired contract with the Cubs. Last year Kling wa's ton in one of the biggest' deals, Jiu- merlcally, ever made in 'baseball. Kling, Kaiser, and iGrlffln were traded for Curtis and Collins, of whom .only mains with the.Cubs. .When. John'M. Ward and associates obtained con- trol of the Boston club last-winter Kling (succeeded Fred Teriuey as man- ager. MAGRATH IS CROWING TODAY Its Bail Team Won Lea- gue Battle From Card- ston Nine Magrath, July pitched Magrath to victory at the hall park yesterday, Cardston in a gilt-edge game, iu a score ol 7 to 2. Fullmer, Carilston's twirlcr, was batted all over, the fluid, and at no time was the game 'in doubt. Phip- pen heaved marvellous ball for the and he was given errorless hacking, the homesters showing up wonderfully under the new manage- ment. Me had Cjirdston's goat from. UK. statt, as Ins snakv delivery a complete puzzle to their swatters, They all locked the same to Charley The features of the game of course was the classy twirling of Phippen and the Merciless swatting of the Gardeners, while McKciuie made sensational running caich for Cards ton in right field. The Garden Cit aggregation, under the careful eye c Manager Scllens, worked perfectly, each and every one playing his posi- tion safe and truly. Douglas, 01 first, made a few muffs, in' the be- ginning, of the game, but. they were all recovered before anything serioiib came of them. After that he did good, effective work. .Sellens played a great game Behind the bat, and bat- ted, like a demon. Jim fiercer, who permanently located on third, FEARED HE HAD "Fnrl-i-tott" Cirtd Him TOM LONGBOAT-SRRUCING Up Halifax, July a ten mile race at. Windsor this evening Tom the 'Maritime' .--ten- mile record, defeating Cameron of Amherat in 53.04. At the end and three-quarter ;mllcs [apped Cameion and at the fifth rnile .laps -in. the. Cameron held on to the end, finishing hia teu miles in 50.40, Auto Spares For Sale Pair Woochvorlli Treads, Stewart Speedometer Head Jaeks, Spanners, etc. RING 4ftS nearly new was there all the.while, although it was very rarely his luck to touch the sphere. Magrath batted Fullmer wherever the) pleased He was a joke to the locals, and A. Mercer, the first man up, drove out a ihrec-bagger on his first suing The svvattesi never came-, to an end, and through all the ninc; innings Magrath pounded the pill on the nose for safeties. The team'work of Cardston .-was good, and the game was a .splendid exhibition of how baseball .should be played. Phippen has fourteen .strike- outs to his credit, no walks, and .on- ly allowed two safe hits Fullmer fanned five, walked one, and was pounded for ten safe lilts The Ma gralh team, as it is notv composed, is the strongest aggregation ever put in the field, and, Jack Sellens1 bngitic look like second placers. Cardston will have to strengthen her "pitching staff before she wins many more games, if hit assortment on Friday was a sample of his goods. Cardston ;.....010 100 2 1 Magr.itb 110 120 10 and Thompson Phippen and Sellens HVOH MeKENNA. CM. St. STKPHEN, N.B. Jan. lyth. 1911; "I wish to tell you of tile great good 'Fruit-a-tives" have clone for me. For years, I was a martyr to Chronic Consti- pation and Stomach Trouble. I was greatly run down and iny friends feared I had Consumption. 1 tried numerous doctors and ah kinds of medicines, but received no relief until advised to try by Mr. McCready of St. Stephen, and am pleased to say that I tiovv enjoy excellent health. "l-'ruit- a-tivcs" are the best, medicine made, and. I advise ray. friends to use HUGH McKENNA. "Fruit-a-tiye_s" is the only medicine that will positively and completely cure Constipation. This wonderful compound of fruit juicea acts directly on the liver, causing this organ to extract more bile from the blood, and to give up more bile to move the bowels regularly and naturally 5oc a BOT, 6 for 50, trill aiie, 350. At all dealers or sent on receipt of price by Intuited, Ottawa, IMCANDDRAMA by FIDELIO) r Kank, Knub and. Ranch King, Time 13.) 14 Five furlong Dash; -purse Alberta Boy, ROBS ft Reid 1st: Arany McLeod, Winnipeg, 2nd; Nick Tm- Great 06 34. Falls, Mont.; 3rd. Time SCALER AND POTTS AGAIN Decision Handed Out by Tommy Burns Not Too Satisfactory Edmonton, July Ath etic club; announces: through its sec- etary, Charles E Gudwell, sporting editor of the Capital, that it has re matched Kid Sealer, recently of Spo kane, and limmy Potts, of' Jlmne with the forth, coming Dry farming Congress in this city In Oqtoboi next one ob serves- that'a choir numbering sonn thing like one hundred voices, all fro Caixlston, tvlll bo note to assist In t muulclll program to be given durl: the Congress week. What about Lei budge7 Is It not possible foi t: various church choirs In this city! ituite Iu one laigo choral body for tl purpose of showing 'the Congress ors that we borne musical ami Ion and ll-fe? Th'bre Is lio reaso vhjr we should 'not be able to form "estlval chorus of bay tvvo liundra and .commence1 rehearsals ho end. of August I should like ee the various cholmiwsters get the beads together at once and put son of action In working order wit ut dela> ff an} one intciested In th lovement has anj thing to suggest hall be glad to-Jiear from them. Th act of a chorus of two hundred voice mgiug for the Congress ould piove a big asset to the city 'be chorus might possiblj remain ernianent festival organization. It I be hoped this matter will not veriooked for (ho sake of the m ai welfaie of Lethbridge Margaret Illlngton Tonljht One Of .the "main theatrical event the season Is the appearance o argaret Illlngton at the MajestL leatre this evening in Charles Ken leatro this in Chas Keiiyon's play "Kindling" as to how large an audience Mill be on hand to come the plnj is to be seen F'or tbe past five nights -Mian Constance Craw. ley and her clover company ap- peared to slim business Prev ious to that a company ot people plnjed three nights' engagement in blood and thunder stuff which should never have been allowed on the stage The en- gagement of Miss: Illington here this evening is a notable event and it is hoped that the audience will be Cod Ai A Cucumber STA81AND Clwf A Ai: AUCTION SALE -OF- Horses, Wagons and Harness Tuesday Next, July 23rd At 2 o'clock at J F. Rogers tile barn, 3rd Stree', Lcthbrldge 1 pair geldings, S and 9 years old, weight, 2600 1. mare, ,-S years old, weijht 1300. J geldings, and 8 years old, weight 1300 2 3 years old, weight 3200 1: 'gelding- 9 years old, weight 1160. All; these '.horses are well .broken. One Standard Bred Stallion, broken to harness 7 jean, old, with.buggj and harness, almost new B to 4-years old'. lumber jvaggons, nearlj new 1 democrat, nearb new J. A, 2 sets single harness X sots double team harness. 1 pony cart. Barn North of Standard Garage 00 This amount is for immeclialc investment direction will fi iu ou doulilcd bj January__lsl, 1913. t, 200 >SHKBLOCK l ALBERTA HORSES AT WINNIPEG FAIRLY. GOOD SHOWING MADE- CLOSING DAY OF THE MEET Winnipeg, last day'.-jot the meet provided some of the keen- est sport of the seven days'- rac.lng, though the races were decided by few heats. The free-for-all 'of course, tbe feature event hut Earl jr, v.a.3 ,the class of the four horses en tered and outside ot the first heat the dnvei had to use the whip to shove the fast horse across ahead of Hal .McKiniiey in remarkably fast time on a .slow track and when'he held the Earl back in the second heat, there was nothing to the event and H was necessary to put up to win Alcyfras, W. P. Johnson's horse, of Moose Jaw, proved the viiir prise of the race by taking second money bj some real brilliant Wotting Summary Three minute trot or pace; The Breeders' for .horses owned til Minnesota, .N. Montana and Western Canada" Manitoba A. C. McKenzie.'AVlnni- g ..Ill Arrocl (fotmei Lady Knight) .las. Dompier, Edmonton 2 Lady Vernon, J. Carson, 'Peg. .3 3 4 ay Americns, Rniimiist and.'El- liot, Duluth 4 Alberta Lass, D, T. Lowes, Cal gory 545 Onwell, Mathcson and Buller, High River outdistanced. Time 2 111 1-2, 2 20 12, 2'20 3 I Tree for All trot or pace, Winnipeg pursi J1600 Earl Jr, P H Murptn, Bnderhy B. C ...121] W. P. Johnson, Moose 3122 lal MeKlnney, .A. K. Rlv; 3 4 4 Peter Preston, A. C. Winnipeg j. 4433 Time' 2 10, 2 12 14; 2 14, 2 n 12 Seven Furlong Dash; pur-ie J250. Klodla, Hoss ft Miller, Troohii, Alta. Dorln Prince, Con Ulelz, Miles oil) Mont., Zoo Voiing, J. FVIJIernort, Fang-man. Sask.. 3. Also raw, gUun polls, for a IS round bout to be stag- d in an open air aiena at Diamond Park, here August The lefeiee question vvill be settled ithin a few The names of our prominent Innslh'ess men of'Ed- monton, with reputations beyond 're- proach and possessed of a first class knowledge of Marquis of Queensbury rules, will be submitted to both box- ers for them to upon one "The club- has. taken tills Mr Gradwell said today, "in view of the extraordinary dissatisfaction ex- pressed hy a nunihei of local boifng imtrons ovci the decision hand ed out by Tommy_Burns, the third map in the ring, at "the mill ,the night of July 9, w hen he declared Sealer a winner over Potts at the close of the bout Both men are willing to box agam, and we are looking foiward to a lively battle." CARDINAL TAKES UP GOLF Long Beach, N J Julj 18 al Farley, ivho is spending the som mer here; played his first game of 5olf on the Hollywood course :erdav, and succeeded in defeating Monsignor of Newport The caidlnal intends to keep up his golf throughout the summer GUARD THEIR HEALTH! ChUdren Who Gnw Verjr Fatt Ncri UreM WMchiaf. Next to infancy, the j'can between ten or twelve and eighteen arc the most critical in life, especially for the loys and girls who ;row too fast. Rapid [rowth and the ihysical changes hat are taking phcc endcr them :larly liable to eaVnwi and dis- orders of the diges- tive syitrm, kidneys or lungs that vciy frequently, _when allowed to run on, condemn them to a lifetime of'iuftcring. It n most important that at this period pflife those organs which cirrjr off the waste and bowels, .the kidneys and the kept active and vigorous. Nothing will do thii more effectively than that good remedy, Dr. Mortfl'c Indian Root Pills. It actl directly on each of organs, enabling them to do their'work properly, ind thui kccpi tut wjiule sysicm pure ana neattny. Dr. Menif Indian Rett are itill made from precisely the lime u when our grandparents uied them, ibr nothing better has ever been deviled, Made by W. H. ComstocJc Co., Ltd., Broch-ille, Ont., and lolri by til dealeri M i a large and representative, oue. Purbar.ln, Klnamaeolor Anyone who would Jiave predicted a few years ago that anj kind ot mo tion pictures would be exhibited at Brondsav theatie m New York at one dollar and a half scale of prices and draw capacity audiences, would have been looked upon as a dreamer Yet this remarkable thing Is now hap pening at the New York Theatre, where the wonderful Kinemacolor pictures of the gorgeous Dm bar cor qnation injndia are now being shown The pictures of the Durbar m In- dia, when King George and Queen Maf'iy were proclaimed JTmperor and creating intense excite nrent in London New Yoik am words fall to the bnliiant and thrilling reproductions Of the greatest Oriental pageant that the world has ever known Like scenes fiojn the Arabian Xlghti, the gorgeous spectacle ot the Durbar is presented with its hosts of. distinguished peisonages, King- Emperor, Qiieen-Bmpress, Princes and Jtajalis of Indian, CRieftairis and offic- thousands, of'British and Indian soldieis and man) hundieds of thons anils of the people of that mighty empire, all atthed in glowing colors of kaleidoscopic hues. ele phants, sacred camels and all ghttermgly attired, fill tbe scenes, while overhead is the turquoise bine slty, pulsating with the heat-raj s of the glowing December sun. The entire seilea of the Durbar in Kinemacolor, exactly as shown in New' Yoik, will be the attraction at the Mcjestic Theatre foi one week coin mencing Mondaj evening, July 22ud, with daily matinees 'thereafter. Even- ing prices will -be 25c to tlM and for, the% matinees, 2oc and 50c, with spec ial children's prices (A Big Scoop) MONDAY AND TUESDAY Star-land Scortl A COSTLY ATTRACTION (Wt Got It) Duke of Visit to Winnipeg A Unique and Marvelous piece of Motion CLEAR AS A BELL ORDINARY PROGRAM, JUST AS USUAL, No Advance In price of admission Olive Rlchardi, "The Starlind Girl" jnd "The Lethbrldge1 A C Watson, pastor of First Baptist church- called the attention of his congregation last Sunday to the coming of Margaret lUiiigton, in "Kin All said lie had seen tins plaj In Chicago last season, and had been greatlj impressed by its powerful message of the need of social righteousness, or the need at an offlc- iont social conscience relating to prob lems.of health-andimorals as effected by. environment. .Mr; Watson said that it vvas his profound conviction that Christian people should support, heartily, and with ho uncertain em- phasis, such efforts as Margaret III- ington Is malting In this drama, to preach the Christian message of love and justice to our generation. Bettei work than Margaret Illington's in plaj can hardly bo conceived MOTION PICTURES PHOTOGRAPHED IN NATURE'S OWN COLOKS OF THE CROWNJNO .OF. KING GEORGE and QUEEN MARY IN INDIA, AMID SCENES OF BARBARIC f "OUT GLOR.IES THE ARABIAN A lao.QOfi 00 PRQPUCT10N "THE VERY, IMAGINATION OUTDONE" Ai Preiented Before their Majeitle, In Lopdon and T. R. H. the Duke and DgeheM of Conniught in PRICES. Evemngi 75c, 50c, 2Sc; Mitlnets Scats 011 sale at Rochons' Ice Oeam Parlors CHARGED WITH MURDEH Toronto, Jnlv charge of manslaughter against John Bogelow was todaj changed tp mindei, arising fiom a in restauian JS'lii I arhament Street, oil July 11 Waltei Colleran leceived a blow on ear from which be died twenty, foui hours later. Two Voices from The Ground You are Invlutf to hear thli Sermon nut Sunday evening at Pint Blfctiit Church. A Toronto, July Umk, gill, charged by her Chinese husband malicious destruction of cuatomcra' laundry, told tile ma tratc todaj thai iho contmcted Icpro- s> from her husband who hatl also forced her to leid an Immoral life The charge agiinit her dlamisted and derlared she would scjiaiation CRINTER8 HECIIVE INCREASE Ottawa, July JD printers cm- n'ojed In the government printing bureau have been given an increase In pay amounting to 50 per week They now enjoj samp scale ol as In the Montreal Torpnlo printing establishments. Every yeai Westerr girls avail themiellcs o! the exceptional educational advantages afforded by St. Thomis, ont, Thorough conraes' In Music, ness college, ami.. Household Science. Kees' moderate. :iA splendid opportiraity id visit easteni vnca- tloiis. Fall Semester begins Septomlier 3th. Ifiiniluome Cat- endor sent upon application' lo Rev. R. l. Warner, M.A., D.D., Principal Toronto Conservatory Of Music EDWARD FISHER, Mm. Doo, Musical Director Reopens Tuesday Nepteiiiber 3rd {ATTENDANCE LAST STUDENTS: Pacultj of One Hundred Specjlliltl CONSERVATORY young lady jtudenti ia txlnj enlarged and will be 'tof ,thf opening.' l YEAR BOOK, 170 application. ;