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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Xovcnilior 2, 1912 TITO LKTTIRll100K.DAILY HHKAL1) MY HANDICAl' Caps "Correct" many occasions Yes, sir! There is no doubt about that since "EASTERN BRAND" Caps became the fashion. Designed to suit different face types, so there is a distinction about appeals forcibly to the "Tlioro-Bred" on sight. Classy in shape, A new one you'll be proud to wear, material one-piece can. Observe the long, drooping peak! No separate lining: to this lining- is woven into the material. This makes it more, shapely and warmer. The sweat band is of heavy roan leather. L "My Handicap" is new and and warm looking. Cloth'eflects are choicer and blend better. E Z K A cap as comfortable as the name of silk in alldesirable colors for real men. You can crush it in your hand like a roll up and put it in your pocket without injury. The of distinction for Motoring, Golfing1, correct head-gear for all outing purposes. D 19-A GENERAL PURPOSE' CAP Full front medium squarish peak and designed to suit the average face. Finished with Eastern Special Design Lining and Eastern Patented Leather Dome Fastener. A thoroughly serviceable and comfortable like it every day wear. Sold by every store handling EASTERN BRAND Caps. Eastern Hat and Manufacturing Co., 1 TRUHO, M.S. Cap American Rugby REVIEW BY FRANK FORCE of the championship. many occasions whun Heretofore OE one lias bcou Another Saturday of football in the West aud Ktisi Jlnds the raeii I'or championship honors in each section narrowing down, and before many days Borne of the decisive gamas he at liand. Minnesota, Chicago, Wisconsin, and Jllinois of the Conference elevens arc still very much at Uio ;op of the heap, while Xortliweatcrn. Indiana, and Ptirchie have bee.n eliminated by defeats. Ohio state still is mak- IHR claims, hut apparently is not aslenal trick in Moating Dartmouth b BtronK as Ihe leaders, ami undoubtedly isiich an ovunvliclmiuK score. Ye be lost in the shuffle before Harvard with Rt'rontj unother lius weak, hut this season tho -Uluo, iiui Crimson and the Omigit and Black will have po war- fill toums, and no man can tell whic i HU will bo victoniouR in the finale. V.'o iiad believed before last 'Satur- tt-ho can name an ultimate winner is lucky indeed. thus it did not take the ccaehcs long to have tho sttuad close up to the championship form. Whether the coaches will he nhlo to .hold their team np to this notch for Hie rest of 'ho season remains to he seen, al- fent by Dakota Western football thoiisb, of course, we will he able to critics generally believed that tho a n I'ho conferenco too, is very much up in the air. When Min- nesota started tho season with a de- NFURIATED BULLS CAUSED FATALITY CHASED AUTO THE DRIVER SEND- ING MACHINE OVER STEEP PRECIPICE Lisbon, .Nov. famous fight- !UK bulls of I'ortugal displayed their iivi'i-sion to motor cars recenilj- when an aulornobile omnibus with ten pas- sengfi-s was proceeding along a try road near Cintra, I'ottusal. A herd of ugHiug bulls [mm a ri'le- uaic.l brceiter's eslatilishnient, >cil- Iwily aiuuinl the corner. by llic throbbing the cugiac, the bulls Rot of hand aull Hi.irgrd. ilou-u on I lie vehicle, "he ilrivt-r hastily l_urm-a bis machine and and lied, pursued by the herd of in- furiated animals, hut, being ignoran of the neighborhood he drove tlie heavy conveyance over a precipice in- to a ravine !IO feet below. The driver and three passengers were killed outright while the r.lhcis were all seriously injured. B0UTI1ILLIER Gopher eleven would not recover ami that Wisconsin, Chicago and Illinois would battle I'or tho title. Since that time Wisconsin and Chicago have con- tinued to -show good Min- nesota lias come along with a rush and those wise men of tho gridiron, who a. few weeks ago were naming Wisconsin as a cinch for the champion- ship are now beginning to sit up and c.mj take notice of Dr. Williams' latest Satu'rdav line on the Badger play after the game of next Saturday with Chicago. Minnesota, starting with a green squad, developed very slowly ut the jump, bat after the players tasted vic- tory Ju the Ames game they have real- ly shown a wo-nderful abili provemcn-t and have gone along 50! stationed .it Linidbrcck, made the steadily that tlie team Ki now cousid-jurreiit. I (is preliminary lieatin championship possibility. On started before P. J.'liiddeli, J.P., ou COWLEY MAN IS HELD UNDER A VERY HEAVY NEWS ALBERTA'S PRIDE BEER IS A WHOLE SOME PRODUCT OF NATURE. EARTH I SUN AND AIR HAVE SUPPLIED THE IN GREDIENTS FOR A HEALTHFUL, INVIGOR ATING DRINK. THE HIGHEST QUALITY OF BARLEY MALI AND HOPS IS USED IN MAKING THIS BEER. Wl HAVE A STANDARD THAT INSURES THE H1GHES1 DEGREE OF PURITY THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING AND MALTING COMPANY LIMITED PHONE 554 Cowley, Nov. BouthUlicr was arre.sti'J Sunday morning when he reuirnt'd to his ranch to sec his wife and family. He came home with have real- j tho intention of giving :y for im-ipriiiUti llogan, oC the R.N.W.M.P., s Mncclon the best Erlflil.011 crcalion. AIthollgh the JIin. of the three, and certainly last Saturday Princeton turned a phenom- Mi-mr.--.if-i n M I> jiiinuu) ,11. ueiu iiiiti men IIHS ne-sota team _ has_ as _yot encom.tei-ed two Wl3eks for lhf, )io dei'erue lilco it will rn the rim ii; highest honors of the year arc awarded score over Brown Wisconsin mid Chicago, never- ]s, here j the k'by-Llit.1 Ciophor attack has been io one eleven or another. In -ilie East Yale, Harvard and Princeton remain undefeated and must-, light it out for the championship with the supporters of each eleven confident of the final result: Dartmomli, Krovai, Pennsyl- and when v.'e re- iiieiiibcr that lirown has some hustUng football elcvon we must regard the Harvard i'eat as the better of the two. Yale did not run such a, seore, but Yale is plugging along JUKC as it does every year and is pointing for its bifr oven a worse improving brilliantly with each suc- Syracuse and .Michigan are out games. The Bine team does not fi eeedhig game, and at this stage u is certain that neither the Badgers nor Maroons have any cinch o'ii the much coveted honors for the season. When the season .was not than a, week or two old Wisconsin was the general favorite, it is true that (he gers arc to be encountered on oval. Thus, if the Uophers can win handily from the llliui, they will have a splendid chance of rounding into form in the (wo weeks left them, and with any kind of luck should have team in tho field on November 16, that will be able to Wisconsin a battle" royal for .'the hc.nors. Possibly, however, Wisconsin will Tuesday, but his partner in the cat- tit; stealing aft'air had to be from Maclcotl, to give evidence. The hearing was linishcd on Wednesday with Houthillicr being sent up to tfaclcod to stand his trial at the next sitting. He was offered bail at S10.00U. Bail has not as yet been put up, but it is expected that it will be soon. No bail has been offer- ed Hnmeati. Large numbers attended the basket social in Pinclicr City, and the calico j H not be in the championship class her- ball in Piucher Creek on Mondav. Badgers have played right up to their .gg has just enough strength in liU squad to give him a chance against iho Cardinal hopefuls Wisconsin, however, must he named as the favorite, with a Chicago victory a possibility, but not a probability. carry edges uniformly sharper and harder than'the best the old steel-work' Every piece of steel from which Gillette blades are msde hss to come up i worked-out chemical analysis, so searching thai any' defect is quickly dotcctec Then, each paper-thin blade is hardened through and through by elec temperature regulated to a fraction cf a degree, giving sn even, perfect metal that hand-forging and rule of thumb methods could n At your Druggist's, Jeweler's or Hardware Dealer's, buy a Gillette you'll enjoy its lasting keenness- Standard Sets Pocket Edition to Sets up. The Gillette Safety Razor Co. of Canada, Limited FRENCHMAN BUYS AMERICAN HORSES Glgd to Profit by America Stop- ping it Mis- take, Though New York, Oct. Raymond Halbronn of Paris, France, the world- famous dealer in blooded Jioraps, who is in this country io complete ne: tiaiions for the jjun-hase of Hocksaml, August Uelmont's tialiion, one of the finest: thoroughbred horses, in the world, waa iiskfd by a report or bis impressions of .Nc-w York. ilr. Halbronn, iu his apart- ment, at Sherry's a book of French caricatiir-s by looked up with a f ilr. J-Iolbronn dci'iored the suppres- sion of rac.ing, which has caused tho omigrit! ion of nearly all ihe great American racing stablos and breeding. Then ho said: France the Gainer 'America's loss has been Krance's ?ain. We ovor there your wealthy men who iinvc IranspIniiLoil heir stables and h.-svo helped giv0 nn mpcius to the racing game. YVp aro stealing caso. C. Uobiiison made a business trip to Crows Nest Friday. On Thursday Mr. Richard Swift, was nailed by the holy bonds of matrimony to Miss A. Baiuiorman at the home of the bride's sister, Mrs. U. JleLaehlan. Just a few close Strong, durable brace, simply'constructed; guar- anteed absolutely i'or 865 days. Adjusts to every move of body. No safe. Nome "EZE" stamped on buckles. ttefuse imitations. aOc at dealers, or postpaid for 5Dc. THE KING SUSPENDER COMPANY Toronto, Canada friends were present. The new couple will reside in R. Benn's residence. Fbc best wishes for a long and pros- JOTOUS mairied life is extended by their many friends. I have seen faces of women .that: were fair to look upon, yet one could'! see that the icicles were lorming' round these women's, i Wendell Holmes, happy i.o win r.iees in I' truo I-'rancy? ponio o Uie world. Tal the and when they we are glad. ;IH i have brought to liiiest bovseij in T instance. ,Stian- ,Mr. norse. which won Prix dn .Municipal ai I is an American i horse, owned by att American, trainc )ij- an Amorlnm ;iii'l ridden hy it Anwrican jockey. Aninuils like thai we want, in Pranc'-. ''I to my counir.v hi'Kt. hnrKcs in ihe ''-vorld, and tluij. r.- why 1 ;un hnvitiu- American horses. have bought, naivnce. II. .Mackey't and now Rcckaand one of ihft srejitcK! stallions in Us' "Kor itot'sini: in ihe Jiil po.-d iior.v.'.s w.i ma.sl army di-inaiuKs l.iii'in. Thai in- Ciiiu-d Statci: is li-.iilii'. i Ihiuk mniiK-r or army will horKcs, and badly. Then how are VDII, K'-'t lltvni? you go into a store to buy a pair of gloves or mitts, don't ask for just gloves. If you want to get the full worth of your money and a guar- antee of satisfactory wear, tell the dealer you want [ivo pair fret pair of H.B.K. guaranteed gloves is made from the finest grade of tough horse-hide, specially tanned by the H.B.K process to give EXTRA WEAR. This process thickens and plumps the leather, and makes it soft, pliable and cystic. You can WASH a pair of H.B.K. guaranteed gloves and they will dry out soft and pliable. They arc specially made to stand hard knocks and give extra service. No other glove can compare with them for toughness and worth-of-the-moncy. Every pair is tested and inspected before it leaves the factory, and is built for honest service to the wearer. That is why we authorize every dealer to make good for every pair of H.B.K. horschide gloves that fails to give perfect satisfaction. Be sure to ask for tt.S.K- gloves. This is your only safety in glove buying. Uay Canada's Expert Glove Makers MONTREAL ;