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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 10, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1911 THE LKTHBHIDGE DAILY HtiKALI) PAGE FIVE PRESIDENT TORY SAYS IT HAS NEVER BEEN SUCCESSFUL- LY ATTACKED BY CRITICS CURLING RINK YESTERDAY Ar TERNOON SCENE OF VERY CLOSE MATCH HANNES KOLEHMAINEN RESPONSIBLE FOR 44 OF 57 NEW TRACK RECORDS GREAT FINNISH RUNNER IS MARVEL AT ALL DISTANCES BETWEEN TWO AND TEN MILES-CUTS RECORD FOR FIVE-MILE RUN !0 PAUL JONES' FEAT IS GREATEST. The ladies aie inure fhusiastic Uian cicr in the roartn' KJUIC, some my 'exciting contests laving fabw place. A keen, too. place yesterday afteir.oon httivefn a rial.- including the Misses Stcv.ait, anJ a rink including Misses XlmmoM. Mrs. and ijrs. The score was 6 to 5 in favor ol the foni-.fr. A match willi the Taber ladies is Roir.g tu be airanse'l at an early date, wlicn tlie.niasculicc sex expect lu pick a few pointers in the art oi curling. Hie i-liukT anil Indoor tracks during the year just passi-d. Hanncs Koleh- iiutuen, (ho Finnish distance CUBANS TO- BET ON BALL Havana- Mayor Soon Will Itiue De- cree Allowing Gambling on Dia- mond Contests llai-ana, Cuba, .Fel. Froyre inayor of Havana, will soon issue, a decree allowing free betting on baseball games. Pub- lic baseball wagc-ra have net been per- mitted here, since the occupation of Cuba by American troops under General Wood, FIRST ITALIAN BATTERY IN -.PROFESSIONAL BASEBALL Montreal, Que., Feb. only IlaP.an tallery in organized baseball will be seen in aption in the llonal-leaeue iicxt Beaton. The Mon- treal club has signed Tony Carlo, a Chicago 'and Catcher Johu Smith, whose.'real name is GugUelino Heoli, of YoL'k, who formerly played with the Kingston ami York Amoricai! leigno clubs. KEEN RIVALRY EXISTS BETWEEN THE TEAMS Tomorrow nigbt In the V. 31. C. A: gymnasium, the local Sail tossen will line up ngalnst the. Magrath bas- belball teams In What promises lo be one of the best exhibitions seen here this winter. Magralh ulaya tho snap- 1'lest ball in the the opinion cf the locals, 'wlio have met nearly uvorvthtng there is in Iho line of basketball When Ihey journeyed to the Garden City some time ago, they r-uoceedeil in winning from the in- termediate-.team, wiiiie the 'seniors held the Mngralh boys lo a small score, There is keen rivalry between the two teams, and a good game will t-o Iho resull. The Intermediates play at S p.m., and the reniors after the first game. runner, U credited with 44. "Koleh- iiiftlnen broke more records and at- tracted more attention than any track athlete has In several yearn. At all the distances between two and ten miles tho Finn ju-ovc-U to tc a marvel. When he stcppc-d oft the five miles at .Madison Square Garden (luring the meet held by the New York Athletic Club on February 12, in the remark- able time of 24 minutes 23 ami 1-5 he knocked more than 20 SOCODIIS from the previous record held by Georgo Uonlian, anil hung up a mark which Is likely lo stacil for some time to come. record for the ten miles outdoors Is 51 minutes 3 2-5 seconds, while in- doors he is credited with 51 minutes G 3-5 seconds, both world's records. Although Kolelunainen broke more records tlrau any otlic-r man track, ihe greatest Individual the per- formancti niuEt Lo credited lo Juan IJaul Jones, the champion miter from Cornell. At the intercollegiate tham- plonsblps In the Harvard stadium, on Jlay 31. Jones knocked a fail second off his own previous ivorH's record for ihe mite by covering the distance In 1 minutes 14 3-5 spcoi-.ds. Only once In the history of running has tills record been exceeded over a measured mile, anil that vai when G. George, the English profession- did r 'h'lt-'s 12 3-5 seconds over a generation While Jones covered himself with glory by making a record for tie miU outdoors, il remained for Abel Kivlat to hang up n new mark for the Indoor mile. At the Columbia university games last spring KIrlal reeled off a mile iii 4 minutes ]S 1-5 seconds, which now stands as Hie wcrld'a re1 cord for the distance indoors. GRIFFITH TAKES SHOT AT FEOS Senator's Boss Calls New Oi tfort a "Near League" "You csn T.-nscr your last kopek that this near-league ivill never sur- vive cue season. I have been watch- Ing the work pretty 'ivell, and 1 hap- pen to know that the whole thing I? built on a bluff. They talked of having Milan and 3loellcr, when, as a matter of fact, the report was ab- solutely without foundatin." This is a tlont ti-hleh Clark Grif- fith takes U all the talk of the trou- ble'.whtch the Feds expect to make for organized baseball. "Why, .that gaiig that Knabe has announced at Baltimore is not even up to the standard of the Interna- tional league, and it's a good bet thai when the time rolls around, Baltl moreans will awaken to.the fact that Dunn has a better ball club than IhU self-sijled major league." HOCKEY Pincher AT PINCHER CREEK Creek, Feb.' fast clean game of hockey was played on Friday evening between the Indians aud the town team. Tile aight was extremely cold, but nevertheless the game was "witnessed hy a large num her of spectators. The line up was as follows: Indians Joe Dehnas, Aloylres, Prescol, Rainy Chief, White, lias teau and Duabar. Plnchcr Alexander, Lynch, Dobliie, Pelletier, Kettles ani! Taggart. Tucker. Stars of the game were Dobbip, esander, Dunbar, White and Delrnas, Made in Lethbridge The Lethbridge Brewing and Malt- ing Co., Limited Manufacturers of the famous Al- berta's Pride." An ideal beverage with refreshing, invigorating and tonic properties Pure, sparkling, delicious Brewed by a process peculiarly our own, therefore inimitable. Competi- tors cannot duplicate the rich, delicate flavor that belongs to this beer only If you want the best of beer make sure that it is Alberta's Pride "The Beer Without Peer" THE LETHBRIDGE MALTING COMPANY, Limited PHONE S54 N. LETHBP1DGE FOOTBALL CLUB ELECTS OFFICERS ENCOURAGING PROGRESS IN AFFAIRS OF NEW ORGAN- IZATlON At their, meeting last wecV North Lethbriilgc football club' eilect- ed a very substantial organization. The meeting was large and enthusias- tic and reports were fiven and excel- lent- progress was shown to have, been made, thanks to the hearty 'supporl accorded the club by the rtsiijents ol North1 Lethbridge The-following officers were'elected Williamson.. fiec.-Trcas.-J. A committee composed ot fbl- ioiving gentlemen.was 'also; selected Jlcssrs. I.ivie.i Farrant, rpSrTaldsSn, Johnson, lluttoh and j Kaiser Went a Trifle Too Far in Decorating Colonel I Von Reuler Berlin, l-'eli.- 3- Ktce ow an iucreasiog diEconlerit In the ________ I MacU-oJ. Feb. orator-j leal poueis are not limited lu ical or edwatior.al siibjcots. Dr. Tory, iue3ider.t of tbe Alterta I'ni- lersily, proved when he lor over l.our in the Meiho- hlist church here on SSmnay nigbt, 'taking as his text the story of Ihf tiled man uho ua1? by Christ as He passed, v.itli a piooe of Imllilarism ar.d tbe entire form of u'olster.ed with spittle. In tbe course. things ever achieved bv Influence dons by "the Kaiser, j bis address, which a most eovermncnt la the IVthtrland. One stritlng Olif, ,ht ot the moat dwlng and amazing speaker delved deeply into a number milluriat o! funtiamentaL priuclpUs whk-h hr explained were capable of experin-.t-n- ,tal demonstration and did cot neces- trhea hfc upon "the, cotor-jMriiy ,Mt 00 philosophical or theo- iout Colonel ton coinnnnd- liug tho SElh Prusilaii cently etitioncd at Zabevn, Alitce- txirralne, tbe order ot ihe Hed third-clasB. Colonel von Jleuler, as all world knowB, is the C. marvellous goal keeper of the Canadlens. Vezlua li tbe best net guardian in the X. H. A. He always get a. warn reception. HOCKEY National Hockey Association CanaiJieni 9, Toronto 3. .Quebec 8, Ontarlos 4. Wanderers 4, Ottawa 2. N.H.A. Standing WOLGAST FACES HARD GRIND Former Champion- Has! Four. Beuts Billed This ''Month Chicago, ill.. Keb. Jones, manager of Ad. has .out- lined a strenuous campaign' for the former title-holder, which he -believes will result in n return malch ivlth Willie Ritchie (or the championship. On February 1C tlie Michigan- "Bear- cat" is staled to step ten founds with Tommy Gary, the Chicago Heights lightn-elghl, in Cincinnati.'. For a week prior lo the contest Wolgast will appear at one of th- Cincinnati theatres. Two days after ihe Gary inalch, Wolgast is scheduled lo box efghl vouiida with Palsy Droulllard at Following this battle, Ihe .former champion ar.d his manager will go to New York, 'where Wolgast will meet Johnny Dundee in a' ten- round contest on February ?i, OtUWa Torontoi Canadlens.. Quebec Ontarios Wanderers W. logical basts. In conclusion he assfrt- td that although tht Bible bsd bten vigorously attacked Its essface hail never auccessiully cotabattej be- cause there was not a single moral j truth conttined in it (hit did tot find j expression in the- agonizing suRerinss onder of scme whose command the 91th Regiment! ndulged in all manner of ridiculous excesses at Zabern. A world-wide fame came to the colonel when he told the farcical court-martial, whk'h professed to In- vestigate' tho Zauerji incidents: "1 should look upon It as fortunate if blood were to flow. The civilians I bridge last week. COWLEY CoKlfy. Feb. 7.-These last two weeits tlie blizzard ot the- season struck Cowley, but was mild com- pared with eastern weather on ac- count ol not being so much snow. The thermometer registered thirty-eight bclovr, the coldest point. John Tabree was i visitor at I.eto- rnust not laugh; I do not. want to do so. tt they, laugh again I will order the scoffers to be The U. F. A. of Con-Icy held their meeting Jan. 31st, when a large crowd met In Miles' Hall., and there- are all prospects of them having their Wheii eventually. In. the nitural or- cd-operative store in 'the' future. der of things, the valiant von Reuter was acquitted, enthusiastic people senl him congratulations. Tho Crown Prince also a telegrfem Ernest Parker spent the week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs K. Parker. Miss Isabel Murdock, ol Dlairmoro, complimenting the savage little 'man I was tht week-end guest of ber 'nioth- 3It3 w. G. ABtev The I. 0. 0. F. ol. Cowley intend holding their annual ball on Feb. 20, with the I'inclier Cretit orchestra in attendance. upon his determined stand. The Red Eagle episode, added Lo tho fact thai .Lieutenant voir Forat- ner, who assaulted a peaceable crip- pis with bis sword, successfully ap- Miss 5Tartha Liltletou has been vis- iting 3Iiss Beatrice Welch of Lund- weei. Goila F. A. 43 35 65 46 EO 45 66 421 47 pealed against the punishment In- flicted-upon him, has aroused tbe. indignation ot all right-thinking 'or tiie mans. Tha Berliner TegeWatt -and 'V of towley, wlio the Frenkfurter Mtuns agree lloc' only a parliamentary regime tn Wednesday lHfaiBlabtet't est many cfa now.-coiinterbaJance aM ?j a policy. 'stick Tho Gerraan 'democrats have not f The Cou.ler Women's'' Institute Comb Sage Tea in Hair to Darken it Grandma kept her locks dirk. giossy, thick with a mixture of Sage Tea, and Sulphur The old-tioie mixture oT Sd.x.t Tea acd for darkening grey, tirpaked auj faded hair is tuaiim-at, and iolLb arc again using it to keep (Mr hair a good. color, vLUh !t-i quke sensible, as we are Iking lu au age when a youthful Is ol the grcfeteit advantage. Nowadays doa't fcava tLe task or gathcrlCK tae sage and the nussy miyicg at home. AU drug stores eell the ready-to- use 11 rod net railed b'e Sige and Sulphur Hair Hfinedy" for about CO cents a Lottie. U is very popular berauee cobody can discover it has been applied. Simply moliten your comb or a a oft brush with it and drau- tbls through your hatr, taking crce Ft rand at u time; by morning the gray hair die- tut what delights tbe ladles wllb Wyetb'r. Sage ar.d Sulphur IB that, besides beauti- fully darfcentng the hair afur a few it also pro- dices tliat aoft lustre tod of abundance vbicb IB so attractive; prevents dandruff, Itcbin? fall- hatr. -l. D. Hlrlnbolbam Co., Ltd-. Agentz. Mercantile'- League D, N. R. 4, Wood, Vallarct i Mercantile Standing been slow to mark their disapproval. Vor instance, pa Iho same nfternoon ,the decoration was announced, the Kaleer came out i ol his caetle to make his usual automobile tour the city. .He tfas alone in tlie motor- car, "which went very slowly. But, GoalB {contrary to custom, not one shout of Ad- D. N. H..... W. V. A. Hudson's Bay Acme Fruit Customs CHICAGO AD CLUB WITH FEDS Hearty Boosts for Weegh- man Co. at Luncheon Chicago, ill.. Feb. S.-It was n nice affair tendered Weegliroan and Tink- er Ijy the Chicago At cluti last week. Damni A f.itmore, nidoral president, was to have been one of the principal? at the Gathering, tut Mr. Gllmore whs detained In the'easl on. Federal league Nearly 0110 thousand people, all ot whom seemed to he. Kcd'ora! league boosterivlur.ctied at the club between 12.30 and 1.30 o'clock. Sho'i epeeclica were .11 be seen that the" gathering uras strong for the Federal league. Well wishes 'Wero bestowed upon Weegnmah, Tinker and thft Federal BOXING IN VANCOUVER Vancouver, B.C., Feb. couver may slionly have leading box- ore of.the country here (or (en-round, no decision bouts under civic super- vision. The finance committee ot the city, council today recommended that permission be- granted for short distance tiouta. An effort'will bo made to open Ih'o game fnjhp city attain with a match between Harlem Tommy Murphy and Ad. TVolgasl. IT'9 ANYHtny In Chicago they want to knew wlirther tlio sinker referred to by Wccglunan, when he said. I am with j Ihc Federal league, hook, line and linker." Wja'onc of his blsoulljl J' -vW. 4 ...3 .1 1 1 0 Union Mt. Royal 13, Calgary 'Varsity 4, O. H. A, Intermediate Riversides 10, Markham 3, Orillia 3, Midland 2. 0. H. A. Junior 'Varsity III, 5, Hamilton 3. Intercollegiate Union Senior Queen's 'Varsity 2. Intermediate 'Varsity II. 6, MoMaster 3. Junior U. T. S. 9, T. C. S, 0. Interprovincial Union Sherbrooke Laurentide 4. j ______ Exhibition Cleveland 3, Argonauts 0, Montreal Vies 6, Brooklyn cents 2. was hesrd from tho crowds staoding alongside the Untcr den Linden; cap was lifted; not one sign ot greeting made. meets with Mrs. W. G.. Askejr OIL r Saturday, Feb. 2Ut, at 3 p.m. A strong deputation, representing all the trust companies in y" "wailed on Sir Itodmond lloblin in stout with a bill regarding tl.e r incorporation oi an" Ontario company in Manitoba. In the past Ontario bas rrfusfd reciprocal treatment to Man- itoba companies. MACLEOD CHURCH HAD PROSPEROUS YEAR portant business of the year be t alien up. Thos. fjaneeley is at present visit- ing at H. H. Hodgers o[ Lundbieck. We arc sorry learn that Eddie Parker of is again very low, and all wish him a speedy recovery. H. H. Stevens, M. P.; seeks lo amecft tte Money Lemiers' act' by making it an offence lo charge more than 12 per cent, pn loans up to or in excess of that amount. The present act applies to loans up to Macleod, Feb. the annual meeting ot St, Andrew's church which- proved to he the largest- and most satisfactory in the history of the church, reports received from Session, Managers, Ladies' Aid, Young Ladies' Guild, Sabbath School, Missionary Society, Mission 13and, secretary- treasurer and choir, were ol an en- couraging nature, substantial pro- gress being shown in each. The man- agers elected for the ensuing year arc i Messrs. It. T. McNichol Ili. J. E. Gatdicer Richard Cottani, James More-j ;nsh, John Kinland, J. P. Jluldoon, D. A. nain and E. T. Mitchell, while IN HEART OF.GITY HOTEL SAYOY SEJkTTLE "Twclri Storitf of Sold In thu ctnlrc of Oilr.p atorca on hoth lidf Bui r tleel marble, El'ltOFEAN fUN-SI With fit mp GLOSSOP FOUND LINCOLN CITY AN EASY VICTIM London, Feb. On Ihe-lr own ground in a postponed League game today, Glossop held Lin- coln City scoreless while they netted four goals. CELTIC DEFEATED CLYDE Qltfgow. Feb. a replayed ScoilHti Cup lie game, played today on the Clellc-'o ground, Celllc defeat- ed Clyde by (ho acore ot two foali to nil. BYRNE SIGNS WITH PHILLIES Philadelphia, Pa., Feb. Byrne signed a contract today with Iho Philadelphia National club. Al- though a third baseman he. will piny at second this succeeding otto Knabe, who signed with the Haiti- more Federal league club. the committee, composed of llev. win Smith, J. A. Stnlthcrs and M. C. McLean, appointed to look inlo the tnatler'ol creeling a new church and having plar.s prepared for same, reported that plans had bw-n secured, but that- they deemed it advisable not to tafce any action until after the passing oi the money stringency. Votes oi thanks were tendered to the j retiring officers, and refreshments be- ing served-by the ladies, Ihe meeting j closed with the benediction'. Secretary-Treasurer Gardiner A grand total ol raised by all Ihe organizations, shows splen- did spirit ot loyalty and devotion on llio part ol the people to the cause- oi Christ r.ot only in Macleod but in home and foreign lands. So far as I can find out irom the hooks, trie to- tal receipts lor 1812 from bolh enve lope and open coltecllons was less than H200. This year as you from the statement, our receipts from the same sourer were. an increase of over regard lo tl.e disbursements I find that- on February 1, 1913, we had CATARRH Of THE BLADDER] MRfTIt H. 24 Hour. 3 total liability at made up Hank, out- standing salades other accounts, Tfijs lalttr amount lias hrfn paM and several other extra expendi- tures, s-jcli as nev chairs, fitting In cliurdi, induction expenses, insur- ance occurring only once In three years, and J300 extra to our minis- ter. Our total liability today is as lolloivs; note at bank, and HO outstanding accounts, being about Ifss thai, last tear. To ttilufc of arranging passage for ycur Trlenila bnd relations In The Old Country whom you expect to bring put in the eprins Voii can secure their tickets here and all arrangements will be made for their fortyardEug by THE DONALDSON LINE for information, rates, etc.; apply to any steamship or rail- way ajent, or H. E, LIOMAN, Oln.r.l Aj.nt 349 Main Wlr.nlptg vppultrly tf l.IXE to TcrteD Uvei end friends come out to- CA1VAOA THE OLD COUXTnT The Mr cftend Li ccllid ID" COXTOI.T Thft HAW twia OTOT fftyrv.ny ona (H) Cabin Inird elm V :_ Wora added to the CANADIAN SERVICE In rlllJ, TcHfc tvtrj modern Improve Lou n ft, QrmTHjlum, Room, Smoking Room, Open Orchwtriu Other iplesdld JllOAMA ADJOJIA tone MOB Cam IBB ona (ID third dun onlf. TRAXCOXIA (MW Ull) LACOXLL toni Set-Mr OJUmASIA (30.0W Eeconil Mi Third The Cunard Tr.n'ntalD fcatirwn. New Liverpool, Bonton, QtHeiwtown, FdhguArd, New Madiltrranean, Adrlillc, Infllud- inf tbe fastest In'th't ire rid and Now bulidlnc for QMtfltna' loffa. ale.. or StMmthlp A .ppw to nt, OT I. B. Mitchtll, Agent, i-ethbritftii THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIX KDMUXD WALKEK, C. V.O, D.. ALEXANDER Gnnul Muaeer JOHN AM'( Gnxral MuuV V. C. MOWN. tl BcudM CAPITAL, HESEHYE FUND, TOURISTS AND TRAVELLERS The Canadian Bank of by reason of large number of branch ei in every Province of Car-ada, direct representation in London, New York, San I'rancisco, Seaftic, Portland, Mexico and Sf, John'j, Nfld., wilb A tredit 'Bank overcome the ar.r.oymg difficulties of obtaining' rspcclally in where is by ihi marks, lir and Draflg on alf ihs of (he world, drau-n in steriing1, kronrn, tie., can be cashed ofpurcharcd at rcusonablc ralei, T724 Read This: It May Save Your Life Siuol Kidney Remedy is made from herbs and ta perfectly Jjuratris. TOU are a sufferer from Gall Stone'. Kidney Stones, or Gravel, Sanul Will effeat a positive cure. !f you hire backache, kidney, uladder trouble, or rheumatism, Uiat Is caused by sxcen of uric acid, dizziness, [ngs uniJer the eyes, swollen feet and ankles, lived r.ervous feeling, ijrine veiy pale, or extra dark and too frequfnt and painful urioatipii. brick duet Bedlment In fctauding B few houre; you nre In danger and Sanol Kidney Remedy Vilt save you. i For sale by the Frank Drug Store, Lstbbridge. Jl.aO per bottle. Literature. Sanol mg Co., Ltd., Winnipeg, Can. adyt. Lethbridge Branch R. T, Bynnner, Hgri ;