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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3; 1915 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THKEE Late Grand Old Man of the Cricket World Tho New .York sporting writers are pll nralslne'the work of Frank Bar- rloaii, the" Vancouver welterweight and Canadian welter champion, since j his trip East. Barrleau has been! cleaning up everything in sight, and j is now under the wing of Harry Pol-1 lock, manager oE Freddie Welsh, the i world's light1.1.1 eight champion. Bar-; rleau bears the ear-marks of one of the few real fighters Canada has con- tributed loathe pugilistic arena. The following is what the New York -Sun Bays about Frank: "Another Jack the giant killer has entered the ring.. He Is a regular Jack, except that his name is Frank Loach Cross can toll you all about Barrleau, for Jlar- rleau is the very same child of the ring whom Leach toolc on at Vancou- ver sonic time back as a, means of picking up soft carfare home. Leach -will tell yon that Barrleau floored him three times in that fight, twice In the first round and once in the fifth. Also Leach won't hesitate in telling you that he brought home himself a bltfp. eye gathered in the unpleasant' moments he mingled with 'tile thumping Canadian. Harry Pollock is supporting the Giant killer. "Btirrieau has grown into welter- weight since, he fought Leach. Whi'ie he has been growing he has been aim- ing most of his healthy lunges at the hlg ones. He has annexed the welter- weight title oC Canada, but he writes Pollock that mowing down- the big. ones Is as much ofra joy to him as it was to that fistic demi-tasse) Joe Wol- cott. He has fifty knockouts to his credit, winning fifteen out of the last sixteen via the short cut. -Bud Ander- son's scalp dangles from his belt. He beat Joe Bens of Butte, one of the best of the, far western--middle-weights, af- ter Bens had beaten Sai'Ior Petrosky. Barries.u gave Benz fifteen pounds and copped in eight rounds. "He will make tilings hum around here. I wanted him to come East the first time I set his said HOW WOULD YOUR WIFE AND FAMILY Be Left Financially If you died now? Would they have to move Into a smaller house? YOU OWE IT TO THEM TO TAKE OUT A POLICY WITH THE MUTUAL LIFE CO. .OF CANADA "If it's Life Insurance, It MUST be MUTUAL" Phone or see E. R. J. FORSTER Phone 10th St. South. mm ON i si Substitute tor Coffey Coffoy will not meet Wlllard now, but as a fHibstltulo Postum might Ub. Brother to Succeed Him "George S. Ward will succeed tho late Robert B, Ward as president of the BrooklynTFederal league cl.ub. He is a brother- Penalty Too Llcht A Joliet football player was caught spying on the FreeporL team, while practising. Ho was ducked under a cold shower for ten minutes, clothes and all. He should have been court- martialled; condemned to death and taken shot at sunrise. Onc-Armed Rugby Star Dartmouth boasts a one-armed foot- ball player, Guy Neely, by name. He plays guard on the freshman team, and coaches, prophesy he will make the Varsity next This is nothing The standings ol the teams in the Isirte'-nrlug, "Ned" Martin, had only one old country soccer series to date are I At that Martin was a wonder- 1 ful viayer, and his tackling was one of the best features of his play. NORTHERN SECTION' W.L.D.Pts. Burnley Stoicc' Manchester City liury Manchester United OMIiam Athletic 5 5 a -1 4 5 2 4 3 2 Bolton Wanderers 2 Prestrn North End 0 HE'S HAPPY WHEN HE GETS ITI Houth'port Liverpool i Slickport Blackpool j 3 [3 Maybe 1 3 J.'i BH1 Clymer, according to a Louis- 2 2 12 v'He dispatch, has been signed to 31 n manage the Louisville team in the 2 3 11 American association in 3 2 10 j Bill Clymer, according to a Toron- 4 0 10; to dispatch, has been signed to inan- 41 9 age the Toronto team in the Iiiterna- il 4. Sjtional league in 1916. SO 8: Is this a mistake? or is Bill intend- 5 L 7 r ing to manage one by correspondence. 5 2 (i 1 5 11 LONDON SECTION W.L.D.Pts. DR. W. 6. GRACE Famous English cricketer, who died on October 23, at the age of (IS years. VW. G." was known, as the grand old man of cricket Pollock. "He's a hitter. They have not pot one around here, and I know he'll, be popular., He has yet to lose Chelsea Brentford Milhvnll West Ham United Tottenham Hotspur Arsenal Fulhaai 'Crystal, Palace O.ipton Orient Watford Queen's Park Croydon Common li 0 6 1 Soft As a result of live days' "work" in the recent world's series. 46 ball play- ers netted for themselves, without risking a dollar of their own money in the venture, or having invested a cent in the business organization which made the series possible, a trifle less than That sum means an average of nearly to each o player, or S650 a day, two hours' work a day, and expenses paid. (i' (i 5 Xotts County a decision or a fight. He knocked out Leicester Fcssc Harrv Brewer of Kansas City, a crack- Bradford erjaok, and defeated Milliard- Lang, Notts Forest the welterweight champion of Canada, Uarnsley for the title. He is a great'one, two Leeds hitter. Freddy We'isli thinks he .is a Lincoln City MIDLAND SECTION W.L.D.Pts. 5 1 2 champion, sure." HAVE ENVIABLE RECORD OF VICTORIES Huddersfleld Derby County Bradford City Sheffield United Hull' City Sheffield Grimshv Town 3 3 a a 5 2 5 3 Indlsnoeed Football at Yale is accord- ing to a somewhat Kcathin? arraign- ment of the sport in the Yale Dally News, Contributors call attention to the fact that for six years Yale has lowered her colors to Harvard's foot- ball team, and again is facing the seemingly inevitable this year. .The-articles have created a sensa- tion in the student bodv. Le Gore's absence is minimized, as are various charges that the team has not been supported as of yore. Celtic Morton Regina 1. rugby the Manitoba champions 4 to 0 and R-angcr club, which defeated the Caljjary Can- luought back the Hugo Hoss cup Hearts o! Midlothian nuck's Saturday by 7 to 1, has Eur since the coveted siherwarehas Ajr United undoubtedly the greatest record on remained m Regina. i Kilmauiock the gridiron than any-other Canadian j They retained the cup in 1913, de- Parttck Thistle organization as dqring the past four t feating Saskatoon and Moose Jaw Motherwell years they won 25 games and two games' each and Edmonton and Hamilton Academicals only lost three Hamilton Tigers n Wmn.psg ..-.-the sum-finals and fin- Dundee albo a wonderful record but cannofc J als They lost to Hamilton that year Clyue The Laugh Has Changed When the Western Canada league J suspended operations in 1915, it was given the loud.'ha-ha by the Canadian SCOTTISH LEAGUE i league mogulEC, .who .shouted W.L.D.Pts. ness as m a. gay chorus. It 82 0 16 tough experience. Every club in 7 4 0 14 the circuit and now the 7 1 0. 14 directors of the league are making 3 2 14 plans. to auit business until after the compare with Regina during the same space of time Since September 22, 1013, the Rc- fuid club lias not lost a game On but havea't dropped a game since. St. Mirieri lu 1914 they went through the sea- Queen's Park son-without "a defeat .and once more Rumhar.ton retained the cup virtue Faliurk tiat day they fell victims" to the tunes each over Moose Jaw and Sas- Third Lanark llamilto'n Tigers in an exhibition katoon, and a default of the Alberta Hibernians game plajed here In 1011 the locals champions and a victory over lliu Airdrieonians won four games and lost but one Manitoba champions 20 to 12 Aberdeen Followed'the Precedent Raith Rovers Hils some precedent to follow "The1 defeat was administered by-Moose .that being-- their last -victory over the Rough Riders However, 3 3 4 6 5 5 3 4 5 4 6 4 4 T 4 1 5 7 4 13 war. The Ottawa club, pennant wtn- 12 ner, lost-12000 ori the-season. Ham- 13 lUon lost the other four 12 clubs were even-deeper m the 12 cial mire but notwithstanding adverse coiHh-'CLYMEiR TO MANAGE LOUISVILLE World's' Series Aftermath LEONARD wearing a new CRAV- 5 ATH, took RUTH to see the game n She was a- demure little maid .of j QUAKER extraction, whose FOSTER- g father'was MAYER, a Her HOBBY was golf. She took no 7 STOCK m the national pastime She could not tell the deft GARDNER from the bat boy. The only thing familiar to her was CADY. It WHITTED his pleasure to .be toon. Thev wrae all prepared to go i through with four wins over Moose 'Derby Dav" Clymer who during the to Winnipeg after the western honors hut .at the last moment the trip was abandoned 'Big. Honors in 1912 :Tn-'1812-tie-Western Canada cham- pionship was brought to Regina for the. first time They defeated Mooso Jaw and Saskatoon one game each my other Canadian rugby team- w Ith for the Saskatchewan championship sucn a record we would hke to and vent to Winnipeg and defeated hear about it v Jaw and then landed the champion- last baseball season managed the To- ship and cup on Saturdav During the ronto Internatlonal league club, today present season they have run up no s, fl a Uoyear contract to lead the less than 99 points and have hid but L faulle team ol the American asso 9 scored against them, eigrtol .which O. H. Wathen of were secured bv Moose Jaw, 6 in one T Hiii an game and two in another If thercla lhe Lomsulle club made tlus aa' DILLON BEATS WEINART New York, NY, Nov 2 Jack Dillon of InJlanapolis feated Charley of -New- ark, NJ, In a 10-rmind bout here tonight Dillon was out We Are Still In The Ring! AND GOING STRONGER THAN EVER; D. L MacDonald QUNfMITH and INDIAN MOTORCYCLE Agent 407 Fifth Street S. BALL STARS GOING. ON TRAPSHOOTING TOUR Christy .Mathswson Among Players Who Will Make Big Trip Wilmington, Del, Nov mente-were completed today for a trap-shooting tilp of 3500 miles to be taken by a team of four well known baseball players, composed of Christy Mathewson of the New York Nation als, Harry of the Philadelphia Americans, CrandaH of the St Louis Federals, and "Chief" Bender, until recently, with, fche Baltimore Fed- erals The ball players, all of whom are crack target shooters, will tour the large cities in the Middle and In the East. They shoot a match of ,100'targets in eighteen cities competing with tea me of amateurs at each place SILAS GRIFFIS TO CAPTAIN VANCOUVER BC, 2 Silas Griffis, the veteran de- fence star of the Vancouver Stanley Cup holders, will pro- bably captain'tho Millionaires again this season. Frank Pat- rick will manage the teanffrom the bench. Griffis has-recov- ered from the unfortunate cident that kept him out of the world's series, and that, gave Barney Stanlej his chance to ahlne. .President Patrick an- nounced today that the Vmcou- VOT areiii will open for skat- ing on NOT ember 17, and tho plajers here will engage in their .first workouts. McGRAW BUSY FIRING PLAYERS WHO DON'T SUIT New YorkIVNY, Oct 27 McOraw la spending his days to "dope" out (he assembling of his 1916 team Jawn's going to tear the old machine to pieces be- fore the next season rolls around, and there will new faces In th eline-up. However, it seems certain that Mathewaon Tesreau will be -oh .the 1916 pitching Flet- chcr, Doyle, Robertson, and Burns Stroud, a pitching per- son, seems fiirlj sure of Uncprlns; but is a lot of doubt as others. squi "bird'of o wer her lovely brainless chatter. .begins: said he She forth-with elects herself principal SPEAKER She said "WOOD the GREAT ALEXANDER be GAIN- Oll it his.speed BURNS up the play- and would 'CARRrtJAN pull up his HED SOX If a foul ball knocked his said he, as he-landed on her. T'hen "What did he Grover Cleveland Alexander may he as eood a pitcher as Matty, but would as readily believe'that Cravath was as fast a sprinter, as Ty Cobb' Little things iaess Perfect Gum- is small in cost, big in benefit. Joy immense for 5 cents. It's i toothsome, soothing, refresh- ing. Made clean air-tight against all 'impurity. No wonder its sale txceeds all others. They've rhymed Kine Till the poor old soul Has had to take a rest; NOW throned in state King Spear the Great Reigns wisely end with Write for copy of "WRICLSY'S MOTHER a quaint humorous book in four colors. Addrm Wm. Wrijley Jr, Co., Ltd, Wrlsley BUdg., Toronto. HUSKY IMMHTS BAIT TO TEMPT THE TUKK APPETITE LESS MEAT IF BACK AND KIDNEYS HURT Take of Silts to Flush Kid- neys if Bladder bothers You Eating meat regularly eventually produces kidney trouble In some form of other, says a well-known authority because the uric acid In meat excites the kidneys, they become overworked sluggish, clog up and cause all sorts of distress, particularly hack- ache and misery in the kidney region, rheumatic twinges, -severe headaches. acid-stomach, constipation, t er, and -urin- ary, irritation. The moment your. ..-.back hurts or kidneys Daren't acting right, or if blad- der, boihfirs you, iret" about ounces of Jad Salts from any pharmacy; take a tablftspoonful In a -water before breakfast for few. days-and :your kidneys will then act finer This famous salts Is made from of grapes and lemon Juice, combined with lithla and.has been'used for generations to Hush kidneys; and stimulate :hem to noraa! activity, also to neu- acids In the urine so It no L longer .thus ending -blad- der'disorders. Jad Salts cannot injure anyone, I makes ft delightful llthia- water drink of ihen r-women take now and then to rkfop the kidneys and urinary or I gans clean, thus avoiding serious kld- I JH.A.MJ. r Ti ft. four good W. S. Johnson has returned from an extended trip through the western states, during nnich he visited the Utah "state and the 'Frisco ex- position At the fair and exposition he found a "remarkable for- age 11 ant called soudan grass, which Its states is hcmg highlj developed in all the middle and1 western states It thrives well HJ dry (arming countries and will produce good crops a year of a high miaiity of hay While visiting among tne farmers of Cali- fornia Mr. Johnston became much in- terested in thr, silo proposition, and made an extensive study of it He found that a 6ft-ton silo could be erected atsa cost Six-( tv tons of ensilage with plentj ofi ruffage as found m Mberta, will feed 30 head of .cattle for six" Wile in Nevada Mr. Johnson, saw the wonderful deposit of pure mineral soap, which can be mined, milled and ncr disease 3 p Hlginbotham refined at a cost-'ol Ic a pound He Co, Ltd Lethbridse, Alta. brought home a -sample with him It u vety effectite in Ukinf off greaM. Montreal, Nov. men ol military age are coming to Can ada are.jiot being welcomed at Que- bec, according to officers of the Al Ian Pretorian: The Pretorian arrived in Montreal yesterday There over eighty cabin pass- engers and among them a sprinkling of husky ypung men. The purser of the Fretotian'overheard one of the immigration commissioners at Quebec one strapping immigrant a gruel ling "You're not nan ted over the commissioner said "We do not want of military age. coming over trom Britain to grab the jobs in Canada ol those who hase gone to'the front It is further stated that the immi gration ofliciais at the evammmg sta- tion on Grosse Isle are only waiting the Word from Ottawa to-bar out all male immigrants of military age New Fodder Plant Success in Slates The offers made to and Turkey by the central empires are sug- gested by the map has promised Bulgaria all Turkey m Europe, while the Turks are to grt Egyptt Trieoli, Algeria and that part of Russia below the Caucasus inou (a VON BUELOW WORKING ON PEACE PLAN NOW Bulogna, Italv, Nov. 1 Nov. reported to have been sent to Dy the German government to peace will remain at Lucerne three or four correspondent of the ,jci car bino, to collaborate with jjsr Mar- chettl, Papal delegate to Switzerland, s drawing ui> peace whie1! Pope Benedict could to ,the Entente Powers.' The Re8to del Car- ilno asserts the Pontiff n0w Is engssed in combing the prom- g features of various projects for mediation Which hitherto. have been suggested, into one precise and def- inite p'an. The paper revives the re--1 port that the Pope will seek to Induce President to act ously with him in intervention In be-, half of peace. AfcMY TALK "HYSTeRIA" Topeka, Kan, Nov. ainit .militarism in the United was In an address tosjlcht by Arthur Capper, sas Governor Capper asMfM wild hysurto aess the west is keeping Its the nation u a whole hu lost luce fof the moment.J ;