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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 14, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 14, PIE IJAJLY HERALD Get This Beautiful P? Cigarette Case ri CC As token of appreciation of your of Canada who smoke 'Black Cat" want to give you a cigarette case of rare value. This case is British made, and is perhaps, the handsomest souvenir of the coronation ever offered. Emblazoned and inset on each, in colours, ere the portraits of their majesties, King George and Queen Mary. Over of these cases have been given to oiir smokers in England. One is yours in exchange for 50 coupons of "Black Cat" Cigarettes. The coupons are asked for only as proof that you. are a-smoker of this famous brand highest class Virginia cigarette made. You couldn't get a better cigarette than the ''Black Cat" at any price. You couldn't buy a more exquisite or more lasting souvenir of the coronation than the "Black Cat" gift-cigarette-case. 'And remember: Both the cigarettes and the case are products of British financed by British capital. "Carreras" is England's foremost tobacco concern. The "Black" Cat" Cigarette is one of their the cigarette case is their gift. Here is no foreign concern masquerading under a British name, with intent to deceive. purohiiml "BUolc Cifmltn, pltiie iee tint the leilinf bind .round Mch picket ii unbroken. In every picket you will Snd one Coronation CitfiretU CIM Coucon. S.YC iheie, end when you litve .ccunjuliced SO, mil] them to tfaf below, citfentte MM will ruoh you by return pott. Addreu: CARRERAS ft MARCIANUS OF CANADA, Umkti Maken of 853 St Lawrence BonUraii Black Cat Medium for 10 Cents" Pjncher Creek Fqpthall .Visted Coleman and Met a Waterloo Blairmorc, June 13. An exhibition of high class football wltnessei af Blairmore on Wednesday evening whonr, Pincher visited the Turtle mountain :town aiid had -to put .up with a of .'four goals to nil, The; gRme ataTted.-at 7.30 in dull threatening weather and things be- came Sensational from the very out- set, the left wing of Blairmore, Will Russ, and Jack display- ing a combination of such; high class tactics which fairly delighted tU'e big crowd preiant, and by a delightful series- of- .lightning runs down the wing plainly showed that something was in the air. The game, was only five minutes old when iMcAndrew, getting on the ball, ruslied it past.Wilflon and placed his side In a majority of 1 to 0. Pin- cher letalla'ted promptly from the kick off and 'bore' down the field like n 'miniature avalanche, Klssock send- ing in a flue ahot high up right in goal, negotiated it in great shape' and. had the ball away' over to the redoubtable, pair on the lett wing again, ftfcAndrews promptly proving "Johnnie on the spot" and onco more he lent the leather past the Piricher goalkeeper. It was rain- ing pretty now but the enthus- iasm of both players and spectators were not' .dampened and the game procwded with great vigor. i Eagtr RUBS, who was playing at thin time on the topV his game, centred beau- tifully aprofts the goal mouth, but Danny Dunlop, too to score, nearly Jumped ,oyer the goalkeeper's great game at 'thle time, in fiict the .visitors, displayefl good foot- ball hut 'were outclassed, Blairmcre really displaying first raite 'form. Mc- Andrew. caused a' little aniiiBemeut now, when after boing tackled -and tJisappointed a't losing another golden opportunity, slaps the ball with his hand.and a free kick results. iRuss gets 011 the balLaniJ flys down left, ceuti'es over-to Dunlop, and twice In succession Danny foozlms right in the goal- 'mouth. We will put it down to youthful V Play and r arc now pretty general, the ball very wet, and after Jack 'HcAndrew just grazes the goal post with a low shot, the naif the WESTERN CAN. LEAGUE RED DEER HITTERS WERE HELD DOWN BY FORD head and loat a fine Kelly, tlie Pmcher left hajf, was playing a] Edmonton, Ford, diminutive Bdniontoil. twirler, held "iard hitting Red .Deors to one scratch lit and no runs toulght Score Edmonton 5 0 Red Deer 100 OJO 2 1 Ford and Daniels- and BULLETINS S. O. E. MEET TONIGHT The S.O.B.F.Q.. will hold, meeting practice tonight in the club rooms to connitlor the propos- i-d trip to Frsiik on July 1st. AH mem- beru requested to iattend. Western Canada Agency, Ltd. Carry in Stock POWDER, DYNAMITE; CAPS md FUSE, BLASTING BATTERIES PAINTS, OILS AND CREASES, RUBBER HOSE IN VARIOUS GRADES AND SIZES, PACKINGS, BLACKSMITHS TOOLS AND SUPPLIES, BANWELL HOXIE FENCING PEERLESS HOOFING IN ONE, TWO and THREE PLYS iUILDING, TAR AND FELT PAPER BOLTS, NUTS, COACH SCREWS, ETC., ETC. QUOTATIONS CHEERFULLY GIVEN Western Canada Agency, Ltd. FIRST AVE. .SOUTH x LETHSRIDGE, ALTA, score stands Blairmore 2, PIncher Creek 0. Spectator in Danger ia being played in two half hour sections to let -the visitors to catch their train home.'; The, sec- ond, half smarted with two fpuls again and Dunlop and McArid- rews, and In giving 'wblstle blows against his own side Referee Tom Roberta could not be accused o'f fav- oritism. Th-e Pincher Creek for- wards press on Foulds several times and the Blairmore goalkeeper nearly lost his citadel on two occasions by running out of goal, and strong support of Charlie HJscock Love, Jiig ba-cks, the Blairniore goal would have Cameron, Piricher Greek forward, gets' iiurt and changes places with Kelly, who play- ed a groat game as left the first, portion of the game. RUBS gets going towards 'the goal, and dp- ng the stunt'all bv himself, scores )ri a hard shot with his wonderful left-foot, mtgses the goal post by :nchfes and nearly spectator who was watching the iit- ,lp centre man with mouth open. Fra- ser is held up for doing a bit of acci- dental on purpose tripping but noth- ing results. Again we see a mls'takc Poulds, the Pincher forward di- vision sail down on him in a-body, and running out to meet the ball, gets marooned and a general Bcrlm- mage Is broujcht off right in the goal mouth, but Hiscock ultimately' rush- ing to the rescue and taking the space in goal, does something akin to the "splits" and sends the ball to safety to the far corner and saves the situation by a hairbreadth. The ball Is rapidly transferred -'to the Pincher goal, where Wilson'.gets com- pletely rattled, a corner resulting, and Me Andrews slams In a third goal for. Bliiirniore. Pincher press hard now and although they 'liri-e some" good openings, shoot wildly, Mpodic playing well at centre hal-f at'this Juncture. Lambeth has a break away from his place at half back, and sails down the left on his own, nearly scoring. A rimh up towards the Blair more goal is promptly brought to a finish by Iliscock, being badly tripped up, and from the kick off, the tlonnl run of Hie match is brought off, Billy Kuss getting the ball on the extreme left find rushing down on a fine individual dun. scores a magni- ficent goal and the yells of enthus- iasm have hardly ceased when the whistle blew, the final score Veading i to 0 In favor of Blairmore. B. Koougli, -the InlmlUhlo Mport pirifi'aphor and 'who wrote under the caption of "In Woke of the.News', by in the Chictgo" Tribune until hln -death last Sunday from pneumonia, was a Can- iidlah by birth. The Chicago Tribune its' ''obituary stated: "Hugh Edmund Kcough was born on Jan. 24, 180-1, at. Hamilton, Olit., itiiU received his education in that city. From the Uiiio he way 17 years old until his death, n period qf thirty- one years, he.devoted his life to newspaper work. "Mr. Kcpugh'g first newspaper work on. 'the Spectator in his native city. He afterward worked in Jn- dlanapolls and Logansport before coming.to Chicago in -the early '80s. The competition was keen in the Chicago: flekl that time, but his ehnrj) and treuchau'c pen earned him: tho position of sportinK editor of the j Tims-s at a time when a sporting j writer was rctjiilretl to know every subject. Returnt to Journalism "When racing was practically wip- ed out in this section, .Mr. Keougii became managing editor of the Lake County Tljnes at Hammond; He 'was at the same time conducting a col- umn in the Sunday edition of .the Tribune called 'Offside Plays.1 His good ntftured criticism and witty cynicisms at the-expense of popular fallacies enjoyed such a vogue that six years ago he-accepted a perman- ent position with the Tribune. Sir. Keough hail a world of sym- pathy for others '-in trouble. His words of appreciation, published in his column, up'on the death of his friends and comrades, were often re- printed by relatives for memorial cards. Tribute to Old Friend "Upon the occasion of the death ot Charles F. Striding, an intimate friend .of Mr. Keough, the latter wrote; 'TO 'CHARLES''P. SPALDING HIS .MEMORY. Let's lay aside the, lighter thought And pause a little while; Let's give a voice to feelings pent- Let tears usurp the smile. HIOAY AND BIG DAYS ACTIONS SPEAK LOUDER THAN 4 pictures and bi convinced.) At the Point of the Sword A high class romantic picture full of stlnliiR action. Powerful .thrilling, absorbing, He Who Laughs Last A swell wMtern comedy which Is both enjoyable and extremely funny and shows some mamlflcoat crn scenery. TVie Posing A. beautiful and imprewlve drama depicting the lire tragedy of an "Artist's Model" This Is a fine picture and Is strikingly original The Office Favorite A well-acted and touching storj of a brave female stenographer uhlch is life-like and rings true Let grief reign where the laughter was, And let us cease to doubt Tbp.t friendship liyeg beyond the 1 good out. "Friends Mr. had re- quested that sonve ot his writings be reproduced in book form. He was collecting .material for tha't purpose when he ill." Casey Jones. With Ollie Mack "Casey Labadie's latest comedy successj which will seen under the management of Nor- 'ton fc Andrew at The- atre, Saturday June' 15, is a comedy of character types and Is distinguish- ed by au abundance of wholesome humor, .energetic action, breezy re- partee and sympathetic touches of human emotion, interspersed with numerous singing and 'dancing num- bers. Mack of Murray and Mack fame, will be seen in the role, of "the jovial, typical Celt, ''Casey. who finds the romance! of his life at Rosie O'Brien's villa. Pearl Goldlng, formerly of Zleg- ield's "Follies of is well quali- fied to impart these quaint 'touches of romance and realism so'pertinent to the part of Rosie O'Brien. Seats now on sale at.Rochon's ice cream parlors. CARDSTON BIG DAY ON1ST Mayor Called Mass Meet- ing to Arrange Program of Sports and Con- sider Other Things evening in response to the by the .May- or and' the. President and Secretary of the Board of Trade arid Agricultural Society, a large'number of the for- ward and or the ;own met 4n.a, mass, meeting held in the assembly hall. (.'The meeting was announced for the purpose of appolnt- ng committees, toXarrauge ,for Dom- nion Day sports and also to sound the feneral public in respect to the seem- n g of an agricultural exhibition ;round- The :fore-part of the even- ng's proceedings were in the form of en adjourned meeting from Monday, when too few. turned out to select com- Majestic Theatre S ATURDAY, JUNE 15 THE COMEDY HIT OF THE CENTURY MR. OLLIE MACK THE FAMOUS LITTLE COMEDIAN IN------ "Casey Jones" WITH THE DAINTY CpMEDIENNE MISS PEARL GOLDINGt AND 'SPECIAL CAST An Alluring and Fascinating Play of Newest You'll Laugh till You're in the Face NEW SONGS MUSIC Prlcec 76c, 50e, ZSc. Beat's on Sale at Rochcn's PaHora Memories of Bygone Dayi Ottawa newspaper men, it any. en- joyed n free meal In the Chateau l.nnrier, the like of xvhioh they not lasted since the great, days of V Mamie, when the Capitnllon j.m-nallsts. v.'ere feSBted kltch- eu at nidcKi Ha.'L The Great French Tonic VIGOROL Makes men and -wo-' men strong. J. Hig'hiboHiam Co., Ltd., your druggist, the first to import .this into Ledibridgc. Got a botile and be licalthy. Since the introduction of VIG- ORpL into Canada the sale has beeii phenomena 1. VIGOROL is purely a builds up the run-down system, creates a new lease of life. Everybody should take a tonic. The only question its what to take. You can rely upon. VIGOKOk as one of the greatest, If not mn.n ever prescribed. of this wonderful French Tonic contains life. Your nerves are toned up to their proper tention. The stomach and bowels arc made healthy and strong, while the kidneys and liver are clean- sed a'nd put In goorl working order. Headaches, biliousness and all blood impm'i'ties arc at once removed. The akin be- comes clear and healthy. VIGOR- 01' in short will change your whole system making it pure and healthy. Mr, -Higinbotham, your druggist, will refund your money if it fail-i. PHco n bottle. mlttees from. The mayor, was nominated, as the chairman of the central committee, the latter made- up from the sel- ected chairmen 'of Lho five committees appointed-'as fallows: flnanca, .D. H Cauldwell; program, .Frank Brown, decoration, R. C. Beck; reception, Mra, M. L. Stoddard; sports J. Y. Card. These chairmen are to choose two as- sistants, and report at a meeting on Tuesday evening.next at the council chambers. At. of this meeting, 'Mr. J. Y. Card was asked to take the chair on behalf of thu agricultural society aiid board of trade, of which1 he is the sec- retary., In.a. few words he stated the object of the meeting and.solicited the the general public, report of'-the program of. the agricul- tural society's doings and their desire to buy 40 acres of ground "to erect a graudstund and exhibition hall on in connection good nice track. Some.of the citizens availed them- selves of the opportunity of sounding their ;loyar support to the movemeTjt as onei which would advertise the town and district lo advantage and be a lasting-credit t othe promotera of such. It waa not.Xelt that it a hard task to raise or in. for- warding work and rushing things to completion for this fall's fair. A number of ladjos were present and all felt to lend .thoir support. It :s safe to predict that Cardston's riti- zevs will not allow their 'stater towns to out-strip her in' this respect and will eoori be able to bbnst of a-splendid race track, exhibition hall and all that is 'necessary to make up hat end of town. The Cardston Military band turned on', and with pleasant, music called ;he people They are prqv n? themselves he a most ua'ofiil or- gnnizaiion, and undor the able leader- ship of Mr. S. S. we might expect and receive :5SonieLhInK very good from' them by the time of the September fair All of the officers of-tUe tions interested are highly elated over Che glowing projpiT.tsi. This Was "Some" Ball Game Cardston, .June there is nothing heard, on the streets'but base Last evening the first league MAGRATH QUERY ANSWERED game was pulled off at Cardston. The Cardston nine were on the field de reading themselves oa foi about two hours. The fans played the hardest game; next to them oamo the umpire and talley while Cardston .balli fumblers lost all their .wind innings. It was meat excftlng. ations on the home team, when in the Held, were made, as; fol lous, Charlie Wilson thought he tossing cheques through 'the cage to the ledger keener, and looked at them twice to see that they wore .propei- ly endorsed beiore parting with them sWatner men made home runs, D. Spencer, lacing ;his look up In time to sco two rqore men .walking quietly towards the plate, Cairncross ran hard and fast and worked hard; but didn't get back to first in time to catch life .nie Gobbert, the twlrler, out of practice and couldn't push againbt the wind, willing, good not much acconi; pHahed Madden, he'll got inhere next time, said if be could just run on one foot half the time, he'd the Warner 'nine p. thing or two. Thompson, well 'his eyes were glued on the grandstand, and' settled it Thinks he'll be all right it' Rajmond Pirie, so glad to see ;be boya from Warnpr, he forgot ..all ibout what they had come for, swore ball was greasy, he cpuldn't bold ,o it; .showed a deep gratitude for all and words from the crowd, and was seen to lift his cap: to the >a'dies. Gardston. Gobbert, Thompson, "Wil- GairncrosB, p Spencer, i Giles, Piila, V. Spencer, Madden. A Wai Ijiiker, Bnrehart, Gorrill, Applein, Phelps, Graham, Moe, Bigford. Umpire, Howes, of Kim- AH the stoies in the tonn and a large ciowd of hundwl or over were on the grounds, quite a -number of automobiles In evidence, as well as carriages well filled 'and lorsemen of all deBcrlptiona. The public look foi-ward jWith mingled opes and anxiety for the next IML gue game: In the evenniff a dance TTJUI given n the Assembly Hall, the Haymond orchestra the music, which vns splendid and much appreciated especially by the Cardston dineare. A few of; the Cardston were able to of them lad business alien here, X most tleasant evening, enjoyed by a Maurath, iJune 1.2th, IS Sporting Editor: Kindly'let me know through your paper, who holds the world's record I for the live mile ruiij outdoor? i Subscriber five mile made by Jack White, Hackney Eng- land, time 24.min. 40 seconds; amateur five-mile by Alfred. Shrubb, London, England, 1904, time 24 33 seconds. Of course Shrubb is a professional now but that' doesn't dissolve his amateur records. SOLDIERS MADE TOE THE MARK Winnipeg, June of .the. 79th Cameron High. Janders were summoned before Lieut.- Col. K..N. Thompson for not appear- ing OIL parade y-eaterday. They were eacorted from their'various places of Ijuihicas and seyercly rcprfnmndod by the Colonel, NEW HOTEL FOR REGINA A (hew 200-room hotel will bo built in Hegina, You want the best TIRE PROPOSITION On The Market Don't You Then buy the Goodcrich Tire--the best on the long run We carry complete itock of Gooderich and the Price Alto large itock of H. T. Henderson Garage Cor. 01 h aim riione 588 ;