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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBR1DGE HERALD, iHURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1909. E MOVING PICTURES.1 SO- VAUDEVILLE, Pictures 1 Oliver Twist 2 Louis XYIL 3 Two Baudboxes Continuous Performance Prof. Kovarnack The Famous Violinist Miss Orma The dainty soubretie Tippel Kliment Comedy Musical Artists SPORTS AND AMUSEMENTS Pittsburg Paper Had To Crawl Down TON'S POOL supplied with the BliST FIXTURES IN ALBERTA And io :ool, bright and pleasant. Best Cigars and Tobaccos in stock Barber Shop in of Oliver The [ate of a newspaper p'wner and his leading editorial writer in Pitts- discover your mistake and make what amends vou can." Mr. Rook, the Barrie, Oat., Nov. of doing grievous bodily harm to the late Michael was the verdict returned late to-night in the trial of James and Wm. Smith, who were originally charged with manslaughter. Michael Kelly, an aged farmer of Elos Township, died'on June 27th. following a fight with the Smith brothers. Barrie, Ont., Nov. Dee- Kan, an employee of the Barrie Tan- i aery Company, fell five stories rto-l day, receiving fatal; injuries. It is I believed the ladder on which- he was working slipped. He leaves a wife and three children. Your Collar, Sir! The New Castle Brand 3 for 50 Cents burg deserves to be carefully ponder- j ownpr Qf the admitted that hq ed by those persons of naturally sus- deiiAbied. Canadian house wive-s the Happy T'hour'lit best evi- dence cf its superiority. If you want complete will buy a "Happy Thought." It solves kitchen MADZ IN BOTH C AND STEEL The "Happy Thought" Range phases in every'way. IRON any who has ever used a "ILippy Thought." explains the czclitsiw uVvifo- end-, tells how they make for perfe'ction, A frost card unll brine; it. troubles because it is built right. H AYR BROS., Local Representatives Manufactured by THE WM. BUCK STOVE COMPANY, Limited BRANTFORD, ONTARIO knew nothing about baseball and was j noi even aware that the players shar- ed in only the first four games of the j scries, so that it was entirely to j their interest to win in four j straight games, if they could. Ho j said that he had known nothing about) the article until he saw it in i paper in the morning. He promised to do everything he j could to correct the false impression given. The editorial Vriter who pen- ned the bitter jest was in a verv penitent frame of min-d .after he got through with his little interview _ with the commission. Hereafter he j will devote his talents to comment j on things about which he knows a little something and he may be more careful to learn the facts in the case j such-'a. direct and unfair attack on attacking a Stable institution.' the integrity of the national game. !Tt is unpleasant to have to say any- j Chairman' Hermann's mode of; on such a point. handling the Dispatch people was ex- picious minds who are always look- ing for something crooked in any big sporting event, -says the Cincinnati Enquirer. After Detroit had won the fourth game of the series, tying up the count, "and making it two games each, the Pittsburg Dispatch, a morning paper of Smoketown, start- led the public by a head-line feature 011 the first page, charging that the J series was fixed to run as long as possible in the interests of the gate. I This article 'was endorsed by a lead- ing editorial on the same subject. The National Commission took quick action in the matter of this li- belous charge, secured a lawyer and required- the immediate presence of the proprietor of the paper and -the poor fellow who had lent his pen to Made in can buy shaPe in Elk Brand named "NELSON" 102 SUDDEN DEATH AT NORTH BAY North Bay, Ont., Nov. bald Herbert Brandon; G. T. R. ag- ent st North Bay, died suddenly on Sunday.'' Mr. Brandon had b'een ill a few days with' lagrippe but was re- covering nicely when hemmoTrhage i of the stomach He "was thirty-nine' years of :age. All men who know ballplayers well quisi'te. He said to the owner of the know that every game is played sheet. "You have made a serious i strictly on its merits. 'It would be charge, and we ask you. in fairness the most impossible thing in the to a great business and a great sport i world to induce any one player, let I to investigate the matter thorough- j alone an entire, team, to throw ily. If you find the slightest 'evidence game of ball. Argument on this sub- pf truth in any of your published i'ject is wasted on those who know the charges kindly print the same in a facts- Furthermore, any one ac- j prominent place in" your paper. If you j quainted with Barney Dreyfus and i 'find that the article was false, it sportsmanlike spirit is well aware j will be only fair for you to retract! that he would give up all his share: it absolutely "with 'just as much j in. the receipts to-'win four-straight j strength as you can. You per-! games irom the opposing team. Bar-! haps unknowingly and hastily, done j ncy' is a very successful business man. a rash and foolish thing. We wish j and has become so by putting sport to give you every opportunity to ahead of dollars. and be sure drink only ti-i-se beverages bottled by The Prewing -Maiting- Co Tb-s union. o. flight forty night, riders Ky., Nov. double barreled [Orient, and hundreds of cases of hitherto unexplained dejection, lazi- atrd is frequently seen strolling ab- out the grounds of the royal palace when- they brr-ke- clown the- door her father's house. The riders of ap- peared, at the horn" of George Kreitx with-.the iiif-'ntion f was re- fused the -door was -beaten in with :m piug him. When entrance Great {was the excitement when in the last half of the final game the Press stood slightly in the lead with both teams going well. At this stage the Klansmen and their'allies com- menced to drop and the Press pulled steadily ahead, increasing the lead and finishing up in line style. The feature of .the game was the ted excellent 'bowling of Capt. Evlans, of the Press, who has always led bis team in previous matches, but on this j arrests occasion in the last- gnme he came j -at the Kreitz ilv. across with the grand total of 219. j the f.trm The Press have now received n ehal-j Kerijamin and shot len-e from the League of the Kan for! trough window.' 1, ngnock--r Dr. and crow burs. l-Civitz's .young i (printer-'standing1 ready with a load-; slvotsriivi, tiirn-.'d ioosi- both bar-' tft. supposed luck of moral .in-j itself. This flaunting of her person- ality in the capital has increased the King's unpopularity among the Bel- gium aristocracy. Presence Resented They tried to shut their -eyes, to his affairs with French dancers who came: to Belgium- only for the Ostend sea- son, but they fiercely resent-the con- stant presence of an ambitious young woman who exercises great influence itiative aiv now attributed to inroads of the little parasite. Hi-rbert, Gtinn. who is directing a campaign of physicians against the disease. said, yesterday: "I have treated more, than 100 cases I recall honk worm in .this-city. least one death due to boy who died in the hospital two years The disease has not been known the eunclusion of the preliminary trial he was committed to the next supreme court at Macleod. Myles Hardic was also up before Klu Klux Thompson 160 Arnold........... 140 Cook lo- Nicholson Klan 157 177 152 131 126 153 147 130 press ciub the beak today on a charge of as- sault, iE. Wall being the informant, j Rygg Hardie was Jet off by paying the j Total costs. Km ma Scareroffe was another cul- prit at the magistrate's court today. Emma, who keeps house of an un- savory reputation was fined and coste .for selling liquor without a license. 1 Mrs. Geo. H. Eeiu is having her _________________ household property sold by private I DAUGHTERS AND MAIDS 473 j 410 I 395 j 21401 '-xist in 'California except in very Over the monarch, and is disposed to ITJV until four years ago." meddle in politics, as witness her Many of the Philippines efforts to coerce the Prime Minister .-UK; travellers business men j jnt0 ennobling her' children. from t.iv.- Orient-have returned afflict-! The King is old and more amenable with the small vampires. such influences than in the earlier in the country districts are I period of his masterful career. Evan? 157 B. Davies 133 J. Moore 124 Nicholls 116 G. Moore 170 161 161 140 London. Nov. proposal j is afoot for a party of the London j teachers' association to spend next j summer holidays in Canada, thus re- j turning the visit of the Canadian j '.J teachers to Kngiand in acquired through the skin of feet. 1'nfected water and un- also spread Army and private, been known to pick up w-onn in their wet shoes while through rice fields. St. John, N. S. ion W. C. T. I7, decided to-day meet in Quebec next year. Domin- to The Belgian people build great hopes upon Prince Albert, his heir, a modest young man, who, if he does not inherit all his father's great abil- ities, has not his vices either. North Bay, Ont., Nov. 3. George Hunt, manager of. the Glen Lumber Co., who was injured in a runaway accident Saturday, is dead as a re- sult. 123- 113 417 416 j 413 Total'.. 2246 CANADA'S CRACK RUGBY TEAM The Hamilton Tigers sale with the intention, of joining her husband in British Columbia as s'-on as possible. OF ENGLAND Held Very Successful and Dance Social and GOTCH TO HELP JEFFRIES Chicago, Nov. Inter-Ocean, j this The Daughters and iMaids of Eng-i land held, a m-.'st successful social morning says: "With -the hope of being good and strong when he last n.ght m the Caiedon-: Jack Johnson in their battle! kr> HaIL Thcre was a for the heavyweight championship ance- which augers j world. Jeffries has decided to en-lwe11 the Antelope, October 1 to 30 We can supply you with everything ou want for hunting big game, and can even mount the game for you when you return io a good, rive, up-to-date SPORTING GOODS HOUSE and get what you want at right prices The Letiibridjje Sporting Gooiis Company Edison's October Records just in gago Frank Gotch. the champion wrestler of the- world to work with him for a few months when he bo- I training for the fight. Jeffries j intends to work twice a day with Gotch so to be in fine condition wlu-n the bell clangs. Gotch will probably accept Jeffries' offer to as- sist him in his training." BASEBALL MAGNATES MAY ABOLISH SPIKES j Ciiicago. Nov. American j at. jt-s annual meeting next i month, tin- exact djte of which has! and E. 0. Stickley: song. C. E. Stcpb- j :icty in the city. The program was a varied and in- teresting one, each item being greet- ed with rounds uf applause. Special mention should be made of the sing- ing oi Mrs. H. H. Johnson, who has a, beautiful voice and knows how to use it. This was Mrs. Johnson's first appearance in Lethbridge, and who; heard her last night will look- forward to her next appearance. Tile following was the program: Piano duet, Misses and Warren; song, Miss Hings; song R. C. Tarris; banjo duo-i, E. Tjibnun not. been decided., will take up seri- j ously the matter of abolishing spikes H. H. recitation, A. C. Mrssor; song. Mrs.! song, from, the paraphernalia of the dia-! Johnson; comic song, K. m.ind. President JMin'on said it j reading, iMiss Pattoson; violin s-lo, j hoped a suitable substitute for j Mr. Valhmce; clubs, Mr. spikes now in use on the shoes Refreshments were handed ,'ifter which dancing and cards were of players would bo discovered and agreed upon f.'.r the purpose of c-lim- enjoyed until 2 a.m. The music was Meldrun and at kast a portion of the aw.-j supplied Messrs. cident-i which have marred the sport i Gaskell and S. acted as M. during the last season. C. ;