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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, May TTTT; MymTmincE DAILY HERALD FOOTBALL Remarks on the "Stauordale" The public's choice for 40 years, and still without a rival. Sold by all first- class dealers, cafes and clubs. HO The Elite Cigar Store Adjoining .Morris Theatre Have just received a large consignment of Prince Albeit ig Tobacco MORE' MONEY FOR BALLPLAYERS National Commission Decides Burns Entitled to Increase The right of a player to an increase In salary when advancing from a min- or to a major league club was upheld bv the N itional Baseball at Cincinnati recently, when it, order- ed the St. Louis National League club at once to fix the salary of I'lav er E. at 25 per cent, above (he salary he drew monthly from the Tacoma club of the cljiR? B western League, or .to. release him outright. The St. Louis club purchased Burns release in and had tendered him n contract at a lower figure than he received in Tacoma, MOVING PICTURES SEEM TO ROAR London, Maj pictures that speik were exhibited last m bt at the Royal Institution here. Films shown of a cock crowing and lions roaring, in a den, the sound be- ing- reproduced with such startling realism' that the; pictures appeared .to roar. A demonstration of the "chrono- phone as it is called hi which elm. .films and gramophone re: cords.can be presented simultaneous- ly with the sounds and movements to periecc nni on WTS giien two jeais but was not then quite perfect. Tuesday., ovenlng last, saw the football season of. Ill 12 off to a KOO In It thbililhe Ibo ciuit MIS fiu 01 cd ullh apicmlld iieathci an c-onsidoiiui, the houi in nhic.li tho game was timed to stilt 6 .JO p m a honi iihen most lollcb me, Illcii liioiilui, DILI attendance mu hint been satlbfi hit to the olllelalh of the Olt> league Ihe final lesult? o the match between thoao old opponents, Caledonians and Sons of-Bug in a senao, disappointing to tho spectators, bin both '-tennis were. I in iiglne, satisfied with ii point apiece. Though the result wns Indecisive. k a gnme uid the moil exlieting fan nab tomnollcd to confess thu had i lint fol hib inoiiuj The ohibb of football UPS quite up to the -Her _ of past seasons and jildgini fiom I uesda) b ditpl u anil conslderl ig tha II tho Hint match ot iho season ind tint the boii, wore not exacth i high waler mark, so .far as their physical fltnesb was concerned, I am ii cllned to Iho belief -that this season's football will be of a higher grade tha ever before In this city, It may have been a source of worry to the officials, of the English tean I'or a day or so before the match that the goal.keeper they originally intenci ed to I met with a rather serious iiccldc'nt, whicl prevented 'him from taking part in the game', if Indeed-.It has not put hin out for good, but they arc decidedly fortumite in having Cole to fall bacl on for I waul to say right if there was one man on their team to whom the Sons of England are Indebted'for that one point which stands to their credit, that man was Cole, tho goalkeeper. As a spectator sitting near me on tho stand summed up his performance, "He beats Boss at lite best ind if t ole fjn lelun the foim he displaiod on Tuesday nigh ll'ioiighoiil the season, it will not be his fault, if a good big share of t'be silverware does not tiud a resting place in the S. 0. E. lockers. Time and again the Callie forwards piled him with hot shots, and tlnie and again wns Cole equal to tho occasion, and, except lor a muff In the ope-a- ing minutes of the game, his work was clean and finished. 1 shall certainly look forward witli much interest to seeing Cole guard the uprights again. 11 goal foi the tallies did not neiilj so much to do as Ibo English custodian, but what little he had, ho did well. We know Mac. deliver the goods when called upon, and on this occasion It was not his Juilts that the Scotch backs and half-backs were in such form as to hold the English forwards in chock. "I- -f 'I- -f1 lo Cole's display in goal, the feature of the match was the half- back play on both sides. There was hardly a moment throughout the entire game that the halves did not control the situation. I-n the iirst half the Eng- lish forwards were, for the most part, the -more agressive, and the Callie; rear gunni were hard put to it to keep their charge intact, that they did so successfully, the final score of conclusively shows. 'In this half Wlivi.p was Ihe outstanding figure, though he was ably seconded by Easton. Against, them, attar the first ten minutes or -so, the S. O. 13, forwards could do noth- ing. As a centre half. Whyte is Improving right along; lie is a great work- and is never beaten. the early part of the game'the'S. O.-'E. forwards played good football, ami with irore practice togethe sho lid da ..lop Into a good line. Gnrr and Parker were the best of the, quintette; arid it was a pity the former's wins were so sadly neglected in the second half, though that was hardly the fault of his half-backs, as the Callies rear di lalon plased perslstentlj to then lett mng in the latter period ind right nobly did that same left wing respond to the occasion. Temiant and Me- i 3 Hurtle worked'like Trojans to get that coveted goal, but they, found oppon- ent! unrihi "f 'i iVIl-'t- Oh slick irJ ,mi, splendid little half-back. -He tackles nicely.-but Is inclined to be. a trifle weak in feeding bis forwards.- As a matter of fact, that was the only fault.] witli both half-back lines on Tuesday, and accounts in a measure for the weak display given by both front lines. Blocking and tackling are only I part of a halt-back's be perfect, it is required that be place the ball j where bis forwards Could do something with it. Lee. with a veteran's know- ledge of the game, really gave the best exposition of half-back play, and some the. younger players could well afford to copy his example. Lights and Shades of Jack John- son's Life in His Climb to Top Here is some interesting dope (ho and shadows ot Jack John- son's life "IVhv hare 1 insisted on S.'iO.OOO lot- .will, win: lose or draw, before 1 Mouli tutu tin mil, to dLfeiitl in> title Why, the answer is casv. I liad a hard iirnc tr, win the chain- Jloiiijlnp 1 he climb to (he fop u is more difficult for me than it had1 jccn for other champions. Ami] here fL faitlici reison clnm lion 1 am entitled -to a champion's j nrse, 'I I en-ember, back in the old (lavs' vhen the inatcliinakers talked to UK- a battle l.hcv would say How.much will yon fight for. Jack I would .shake my Jiead. 'We will make'it they would n ''I have never forgotten those ay.s, ,iml I don't think I can he lamed for trying to get as good of- as I can while I .im champion. 1 YU.I1S HROM siom Ulun I cunt hick from 1 lere were many who said I was 'oke that I would be willing to' lor most, in kind 01 i pursr brought hauk'turee new automobiles ith we. That: doesn't look as if I as broke. Ami before I had been HARUEY WILL MAKE TOUR OF ANTIPODES Davidson, world's champion five-mile roller skater and holder of many world's, both ice and roller, has completed arrangement! for a tour of Australia with Jesse Parr of Reading, Pa., and.Joe .Munch, form- er eastern chain jfon left from Vancouver on the steamer Ma ama for Australia May 15. Chisivick played his usual useful, game, and on several occasions re- faults commi leed bj his companions Ifains too n 1C good He bad the time of his hie i-n the second half but 'acquitted like the gallant war -horse: he is. J.' It was a pity, that Clementson, the'Cullies' centre-forward met with, if mishap jubt befoie lulf time This delajed Ins reappearance the rest j ot thr plljeis after the mterial and though he tppeired shor h aftei it u-it plamlj evident that he ins little more than a passenger hit effect this mishap had on the final result of the match caa; of course, only be an opinion; but In my view it cost the Callies the match. The scoring m ichme on the Scotchmen b side is nndoubtedlj Tred Oliiei but in the The Black Champion second half owing to Clementson b accident the piaj was pmpoeeh dhert ed to the left ttinn and the lesult u is that Olhei got little chance to sin-ne Linning his paitner is I i new comer but he made a favorablr immpsRinn Ho IB ie s n (I ar QQ.I him and it Is to be hoped n ill us It Linning Cole in rhe last ininutes of the game and would beiten inj toiikcepei bu the Englishman ceitamlj at home on luesfl-n night Oi the whole, it wns a fairly good gime ind the ment was maintained right up to the final ivhiatle Uc'-i heic tno dais I hail am num 'er of offers of JUjiOO a ne k for the ilncil dates one's for fijiis I KOiildn t-tonch SU OOt) Chat pioicil prcttv eoniincingli Uiat 1 t rloiin and out Op lo tile lira I signed to nert Jim llinn foi the championship m U full 1 I Ind been re nil for a long tune to g ic ini good heal ju eight elnnee it ,m tillr I m not oier anxious to lip-lit liut bemi, clnmpion it has been up to me lo defend it the right man cum -ilong I behel rluln Fight.man. I Just Hold the GILLETTE Naturally Shaving with the GILLETTE is not a fine art, nor does it require skilled labor. You may be "no good with yet you can shave yourself easily and well with the Gillette Safety Razor. Hold it lightly, as illustrated, .and it falls naturally into the right shaving position, blade edge just touching the skin. Then draw it across the face, not hoe fashion, but with'the Angle Stroke shown, and the keen GILLETTE blade will cut smoothly in any the grain, across it, or against it. If you want a "'light shave, or if your skin is lender, screw the handle tight. If you want a close shave, loosen the handle'about a quarter turn. This allows the blade to spring away from the guard a little and take more hold. Buy a GILLETTE and forget your shaving troubles. St.nd.rd Silt, Edition., to Jfl.OO. CambinAtim S.I., up. Al your Drvijiit'i, 365 CD GILLETTE SAFETY RAZOR CO. OF CANADA, LIMITED, Of rice New GiDfltto Bldg., ST. ALEXANDER STREET, MONTREAL.' Expect Duke to Attend Lacrosse Game i, Many Offen of Cuo, Rec.ived by Do- Big Four championship. Th Poor According to Bunch boxing expert the crop of middleweight? in the ring at the. time ia the poorest known.in this division in a long time Not ilhee -the .death of Stanley Ket- chel has there been a lighter nortlu of the name in class. There is much curiosity: evinced In the young I Frwch middleweight. George Carpen- and It is probable that the sports en this side of the' water wi] given be chance to see him in action f must compliment lack Dai is who refereed the game in an exceeding b c ipc.ble mannei He is not a ubistle fiend and his comprehension of tne olfside rule met iilth the approval of all Next Tuesday the Overseas make their league debut of the season, when thej meet the Caledonians Anotbei good gime is inticlpited as the Over aeis teim Is slid to bo a much unproved one President Wanless nhen seen >esteidaj nould not tonimit himself as to a decided opinion concern iTg thp probable result ot the game bu contented himself nitli sajlng that the Overseis going to put up a big fight for the honors As I hale not had the pleasure of seeing the teim it practice I am unable lo judge a-, to their capabilities but mj information is tint anothei good game is in store toi the loieis of the soccei code The nialrj between Ihe footballers noith and south of the tiaoks keen ind it u-is a liappj idea on the part of the Citj Leigue offlcialb to Elie the bois -i chanec to settle the question of supeiioritj 1n a match which is lo be plaied on Saturdnv Iiine 1st for the benefit of Wilkinson the piijer who Ind the mistoitune to haie his leg bioken at practice the othei dai The cau e is T deserving one ind should be pitroilyed by everv loiei of tlie game Dei old of the etcllemcnt ot the nsml bittle foi points I look to see a good exposition of association footb ill is the men nbo mil be chosen to lepreSent their re peetii e distncts nill be 1 een to iiin Kere, at Last, You who have only half-liked union suits of the past slip into a suit of the uew, better kind the kind a man can wear with genuine comfort and contentment Just ask for 73 ia really comfortable underwear for you I PENMANB LIMITED PARIS CANADA Closed-Crotch COMBINATIONS The part that was always so troublesome in the old kind now sets as snug as can .doesn't strain. Truly it's an improvement you will Some trustworthy store you pass every day has an nrray'pf these combinations in stock that inclurtw your favorite weight and style. Ask for Pen-Angle Closed Crotch, thc-mmj underweir idea, and look for the trademark. SWEATERS HOSIERY UNDERWEAR the best fighler of the bunch to n way of thinking. Main- seem to wi" to dodge the issue: HOW TIT CM TED KION'DIKr One illiistrniion mil indicate wha I mean Soiictimc igo I happened Ii be Msillng the sporting ilcpnrtmcn certain Chicago ncwspapei there one ol Ilir- iinterc toll! me ilni a colored heavyweight of Chicago bail been tUKing hi nould Hoot men IIP go1 nr in sinienngvilh him. riiii n is i man mu klondikr i fiirh good fighter il one lime llr 151 bit; ring! felloli with a good rrconl Klondike 11 is lug in a saloon at the .time I an: lefenm-- lo uid ilie boxing ciittc oflerpd to call him up and see what be Ind [o si Tie got Klondike on the wire anil I sat nearbv to bear what nas going on 'Hello." said the critic, "is this ion i londilp It uas the big fel low ill n0li( I Inn the cnlic iskfd him if he ins sincere in his t ilk wanting to fight Johnson 'Von bet.1 exclaimed Klondike, Tin reaflv to mi-el him at time.' a said the critic. Merc's ,lolmson now MADK HIM QUIT took up tlie receiver ami spoko to Klondike. .'What's this I I inquired. I gurss he must bave caught a cold in those few sec- onds, for bis voice became hoarse in an inslant can't ialk very over the Phone, Mr. he 'Got nn awful cold I was sick and tired of the line of Ialk lie bad been banding out in the .newspapers, so I gave it to him good and plentv 1 I don't think you1 arc good enough In fight mo for the I uiri. if you want to mi'ct alone in some room, leave SflOO out- side Ibe donr on top of my and -the firs! man outside, gets the coin why I'll bo glad lo take you on.' 'Klnndik-e gasped a second, ex- cused himself nnd hung up the receiv- er. Thai's the way it goes. 1 don't Ihink you could have dragged him in- to the same ring with me i i Quin; announced Ibis tno of fers of trophiec had been receiied by the Rig Four ofiiceis. President Car on of Lacrosse club, was commissioned last offer the Dominion LacroRse "association one of the finest and biggest cups money could buy, while another equally pro nnnenl Montreal, gentleman is also _ matter will be taken up this months executive of the p" -Aeals. 'ion reached so' that'the 'cup! cinl be -prepared before the 'season Querrie made the Torontus'an offer this, week of .llurton for Warwick but the trade li'ai, tuined'j down by" the street railway magnates, who expect to have their speedy1 home fielder in line before the week is ouf Querrie will Interview Tommy Gorman, of Ot- tawa, in citi Wednesday nightL in -town for a few hours. He to come to terms with tho Capital home fielder and have him In shape before the tegular seafaon opens. v R. J. Fleming of the Tor- ontos hopes to have Canada's new- Duke 'of Con- naught, present at the official opening ot the Big Pour at Scarboro Beach, v Officers of the club'are now interview- ing government house officials with that end in view. i mo uiiawa Pitcher "Iron Man" Lange. of tht White showed jeal class recently _when bejanned the mlghtyiTysCobb _ TPHE duty you save in the Tudhope buys J- extra comfort, buys greater power, buys more com- plete equipment. The long stroke motoi, with cist tn bloc, ii superior to the motor you get in imported cars, sold at Tudhope The chrome- nickel Dual High-Tension Ignition System Demountable Rims are not found in other cars at You get them in the Tudhope because it is wholly made in Canada. Tudhope "Six" 48 h.p. 5 Pisienifer 6 Pisscnfer J2.2I5 2 Ptsienjcr Torpedo Tudhope "Four" 30-36 h.p. 5 Puttnjtr 2 Pisienfer Light Delivery Prices trt l.o.b. Orillu include Top, Windshield, Speedometer. EXTRA TIRE and rim nickel trimmings. Two Yetrt' Guarantee Calaltgue entry buyer of cars skmld read. Yean far ptsl-ctrd. lit The Tudhope Motor Company, Limited, Oriiiia, Canada Tudhope Anderson Co., Limited. Winnipeg, Brandon, Regina, Sankatoon, Caleary, Lethbrldge, Swift Yorktoa, ;