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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 3, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, NOVEMBER n, 1911 THE LET II BRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THi TONIGHT IMffl "The Trey The Only Serial which Rivals The Million $ Mystery. THE ROSE FOR LOVE OR THE CARD FOR DEATH. HTONIGI 1? Tonight For The Last Time EVOLVING GREATER GAME Introducing Canadian Style of Rugby Into Game Played in States-Using Canadian Coachers TfK' Gill oJ Mystery- Tlie Wildernese Mail .FOURTH '1 reel Srliu'. a ^By IliigU S. KiUlcitoii). Judging from the ilovolopniciits in foottuill thus far l-bis fall, Anieriwi is evolving aJioUier fercat iialjionjil UiP tiamc gamo-a gams worlhy tootball. The ervolul/ioii of the great college game affords ati iuteresling study, jind the lovcr.s of the old, bruisins, �battering style of i;ame, the mass formations, hlio heavy line huckiui;, will be shwked and the cry of hernsy will arise when thoy leatu what strides in departure from the old game have been made. Twenty-dv-w years ago a few ot our Aiuerioan. colleges played a game 1 West call The Girl of Mystery THE EMPRESS TENOR WILL SING-"THE DEATHLESS ARMY" _ LUCILLE LOVE Bijou Theatre To-night 2 Screaming Comedies 2 Friday and Saturday, Nov. 6 and 7, "The Boer War" A masterpiece in Five Big Acts. We cheerfully recommend this as being far superior to any of the so called War Pictures you have seen. " A Million in Jewels " Mystic drama of the East Instead of opening out; and playini^ more freely, the game became one m do.ser and closer formations, heavier and heavier ^assaults, as little kicking as possible, practically no passing of .the ball. It was a strong man's game. As the game spread, the rouglmess and ofton the brutality of it arou.sed protests. Those who made the rules for football heard the storm (if protests and comnienceplays pitchers in I4JS league last season, 1 "smashing" success, with a record of IT won and three lost. cil, -A-as shown for tlie first time publicly." Tlie London Times says: "The liri-lisii .Armv lilm, whicit was shown to the pubiit: ;it tliM Palace Theatre, is bound to be iniinensely popular." BIG MONTREAL DRYGOODS HOUSE GOES TO WALL .Montreal. (.Uic.. Nov. 2.-W. 11. .Scro.;;,aie, Ltd., tlie largest drygoods store in .Montreal, assigned today on the demand of .Stewart & .MacDonald on a claim of S:'.'.!..'">,->. .lohn K. Hob-son, formerly C' advertising agent, is iiquidator. It is said tiie liabilities amount to ?7n�.()i)(i. Friday - and - Saturday " The British Army " In .j Parts. Endorsed by the Army Council of Great Britain SCOTCH CROWD PELTS STATUE OF CARNEGIE London, Nov. 2.-.\ disnatcli to a news asency from Dunfcriuline, Scotland, says t iat local snitiment against Andi'"w Carnegie, because of Iris a'l-'ieged tittitudv iii the war. is so strong that the sla.tiie of the iron master, wliich was erected by the citizens of his iiiitivr. town, last .lune, '.vas pelted by a crowd. ROCKEFELLER FOUNDATION j.DOOR SLAMMED: KILLED CKl't] TO HELP THE HUNGRY| _ - .Moose .law, Sask., Nov. 2.-^Ijvall .\ew York. .N'.V.. Nov. 2.-The Kock-| Hoy .McGregor, a lad of five years'] efellur foundation has determined to ^ �vbose home is in North DakS entploy its immense resources for the |--J['^|:;;i^�--'|f^^-^ relK-f nt rifles and ammunition, will he charged iac. for 10 shots. Those using their own rifles and am-intinition �ill he charged 10c. for 10 Khots. Members will he stiuadded in their order on the register, whicli they will sign on arrival, until all have tired in shots. 'I'hereafter, any members wishing 10 additional shois will be coti tijiue when range sliooting starts, an additional Jil.ab \\\\\ be charged. We have made the charges low so no one need he barred on that account iuul it will need a goodly number at these prices to pay the small charge the school hoard" makes for the lieat, light, and .jaiiit^jr service, so ctune out and inakc-jt a success. 1). I. aUK, Sec.-Tr.'as. the veteran Plank was tied for place with Caldwell of Now wiiile third Vorlt. Plank, from bis borne at Gettysburg, Pa., iulniitted over tbe. telephone that it was he who bad been made an offer bv the I'>deral league. He said lie was suriirised to learn that :Mack had asked for waivers on liiui. i__________ PEACE IN BASEBALL Chicago, III., Nov. 2.-Peace between organized baseball and the Federal leaflu: was discussed informally here Saturday by August Herrmann, chairman of the National Commmis-�ion, and Charles Weeghman, presi- dent of the Chicago Federals. Mr. Weeghman admitted that the bas-sball war was the subject considered, but said that the discL:ssion was so preliminary there was nothing for the public. Mr. Herrmann would not talk about the meeting. ANOTHER INSTANCE STALLINGS- OF STRATEGY Scrappy Manager Saying There Fifth of Boston Would Be Game Braves No The iiuinaS'jme'it of tl'o l'.i.iou the- mi $40 In Prizes First Week First Prize $25 - - Second Prize $10 atre announce the showing of file five-reel British Army film, having the en-dorsein>-iit of the British Army Council. Tills great film was first shown al Saielringhain House, by Koyal com- \ mand, and lias the hearty eiidorsatioii ;of their .Majesties the King and Queen. I From first to last, rioro than 25,1)111) officers and men assisted in this iiicture, which sliows the life of a British sol-(By Fullerton) Idler, botli at work and al play. None One of th(! inosi striking instances I imt enlisted men appear during the of eoufidence ever given in baseball 1 whole action of the film. Since its was shown by George Stallings, maiia-j arriva'j in Canada, this film lias been ger of the Braves, on the moi'ning ofinhown ;ii Ottawa, before the t!ie fourth game of the world's series. } Duke and Duchess on Coimaughr, and The Boston club had mado reserva- j the management of the Bijoii have on jtions for P) persons from Boston to jdisiday a letter of hearty endorsement ^Philadelphia. ! signed' by H.R.H. the Duke of Con- tin the morning of the fourth Ramei naught. This film will be shov.ii at .Stallings caUeti up the railroad ofJices I the Bijou on Friday and Saturday, iind cancelled the reservations, an-i The I'liiulee Advertiser: "The inili-jnou-ticing that there would not be atiy [tary event of the day was the march) necessity of the club going to Phila-! of "] 2iin officers and' men from Wat-1 delphia. When the news of this actjorloo station, bv way of Westminster ...............Piecadillv Cir- AND ONE PRIZE OF $5.00 Rules of the Competition. 1. The competitor will till i) coupon below, striking out tbe team] which he or she thinks will lose, and I'-ft'"" Blriklng out both teaius where a draw Is anticipated. 2. Twenty-live cents must accompany eacli entry. One person is at liberty to send as many entries as he wishes, but each must be aceom-panioti by twentj--tlve cents. ,'1. The amount of prizes will be published weekly, and the winners "II be aniioun<:ed every Wednesday. The amount of the prizes each week will depend upon the number of gueSBCR received tbe week previous. All monies received will bo used as prizes. �I. Competitors should write their names and addresses clearly, and may drop the letters into the tin box I in tbe business olPice of the Herald. Ill,, or mail them addressed to tho KdiUn-, I Fooliiall Competition, Daily Herald, reached the Brav(\s thoy wire like a lot of wild men, shouting with joy and bubbliiis over with eiitliusiasm. Whether ;=;talliiigs ilid it for effect, to keen ibo confidence of his men at tbe boiling point, or wbeliier be did it in earnest, he alone knows. Tl. .No person connectetl uitli The Herald will be allowed to compele. li. .All selections must be receive.I in The ilorald olllce not laler lhan Friday night at midnight. FORM OF COUPON 1 hereby agree to tbe conditions laid down in connection with llie comiietilion by Tlio Herald management, and agTee to .-iliido by anv fleeislon given by them. Name . Address TORONTO VARSITY TOOK QUEEN'S INTO CAMP Kingston. Out., Nov. -\'arHit.v took the InlercoUesiale game from j Ciiiccii's yi'stcrdav, lTp to 17. in a spec-: tai'ular game. The teams were even-j ly niaiciiod. but snappy 'uork on the I part of X'arsity on several occasions I c.ave the Tovontn team the victory. ' Varsity wmi in lite seeoiid and third j(]uarters when they scored all but one of their points. Bridge. Whitehall and cos to the Pa'iace Theatre, where tliey witnessi'd the l^ritisii Army cinemaio-giaph film, shown at tbe command perforinauce at Saudringiiam." The Daily F.\press sa;s: "A lliotis-and of the most severe critics of the ^.Nriiiy Silt in tbe gallery of tiie Palace jTheati't- yesterday, and lanulied and icbi.ered as the uev.- Brilisii .An.iv film, aut'.iorized by the British .\rn',v Conn- Almost Libelous .\ Chicago sport scribe calls .less Willard the leadinj; whit'? liope. Said scribe must bo teri'ihly peeved at \\":\-iard to refer to blm in such a slanderous manner. GAMES TO BE PLAYED SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7 English League-First Division Bradford City vs. .Manchester I'u-Ited. Burnley vs. Oldham .Athletic. Kvertou vs. Blackburn Hovers, Middleaboro vs. Aston Villa. West Bromvi'ieh A. vs. Notts County. English League-Second Division Birmingham vs. Arsenal. Bristol City vs. Hull City. Orin^by Town vs. Clapton Orient. Leicester I-'osse vs. Glossop. HudderBfieia yc. Leeds City. Southern League Brighton and Hove vs. .Millwall .\tli-Iclic. Ciirdlff City vs. tipeen's Park Rangers. Kxeter ( ity vs. Southeiul I'nitod. Crystal Palace vs. Portsinontb. Plymouth Argylp vs. Southampton. Scottish Lengue Aberdeen vs. Raith Rovers. -Virdrieoninns vs. Motherwell. Falkirk vs. Ayr United. Clyde vs. Hearts. Third Lanark vs. St. .Mirren. Can't See Tliem Hat .Nelson Is wearing a moiiucle in vaudeville, but even wilii that be cannot see ally of the iireseiit day liglil-wcightii as chamjis. WhaCs It All About We liojie to be able to determine by .laniiary I, iHKi. 'ubo won the championship billiard match between Willie lloppe and .Mc'.bourne Iiiman. Belongs With Other Experts .ludging from tbe <'onsistent manner in which be picks losers in boxing niatehes, .lim Corbett would be a groat baseball and football expert. Wasting a Perfectly Good Rock Ping Bodie is said to have visited "Bonesetter" Reese recenfiy. Some rowdy must have bounced a rock off ills lioad. .V (''liicago reformer wants the state Io regulate free luiicii counters, which is a direct blow ai. a herd of Chicago prize fighters. "CTCII WKISKlf i RUCRiWHIT^' v *.'i.-rj::'7'M.',vt^rio *. 7*' �ouu OF ccK*'": o o Hi Takejrour Cue Mr. SAM SADOWSKI The popular Lethbridge violinist, who will give a concert in Knox church, assisted by Mrs. Stella Lumbard Lay-ten, soloist, and Mrs. W. J. Nelson, ! accompanist, undsr the auspices of * Knox choir on Tuesday. Nov. .17, \ V 'Sold by all Keliable D�al�i ;